Caroline's Kids Pet Rescue
It costs $25,000 per month to run our facility!
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My name is Missy and I need you to sponsor me. I love to ride on your shoulder and lick your ear lobe!
If you unable to have a kitty in your home, you can help our kitties in their home by being a sponsor of one of our furkids for $20.00 per month. Email Us for details. Thank you for your support!
my name is Caroline and even though I've gone to the Rainbow
Bridge, my spirit lives on in Caroline's Kids Pet Rescue.
Currently we are not accepting any cats. We are a limited admission
facility on an available space basis.
It costs us $25,000 per month to run our facility.
Help us help our kitties: We are in dire need of Kitty Litter and Food.
Please Donate needed items via Amazon.com.
Thank you for your continued support!
We are a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the care and humane treatment of aged, chronically ill and abused cats.
The kitties at Caroline's Kids Pet Rescue and we, Tom and Judie
Brown, and the staff and volunteers at our no-kill cat sanctuary,
Julius' House, in Concord Township, Ohio, need your help to provide for the
cats in our care.
Documentary: Caroline's Kids - A Forever Home by Jessica East
With the deepest gratitude to Tom and Gerri Slavkovsky of Willoughby, Ohio who are the winners of the $1500.00 raffle and generously donated the entire amount back to Caroline's Kids cats.
This donation was made in memory of their 11 year old cat BEAU who crossed the Rainbow Bridge on February 25, 2009.
Thank you Tom and Gerri for the difference you have made for the care of our sanctuary cats.
Judie and all the cats of Caroline's
Founder, Judie Brown being nominated for Cat Hero of the Year
[News Herald article written by Jenny May on 9/26/08]
Press and News Releases:
As seen on Channel 3 News 9/19/12
Add IDA's Guardian Policy to your e-mail signature
We are asking all IDA supporters to help educate others by adding the following text to your emails and web pages:
I no longer use language that accepts the current concept of animals as property, commodities and/or things. Rather than referring to myself or others as "owners" of animals we share our lives with, I now refer to myself and others as "guardians" of our animal friends and to animals as "he" or "she" rather than "it." Guardians do not buy or sell animals; instead they rescue and adopt. I urge you to do the same.
1 House 280 Thanksgiving Guests
By WEWS Channel 5's Ted Kortan Newscast broadcasted 11/25/2010.
CONCORD TOWNSHIP, Ohio - Turkey for 280. That was the task at Caroline's
Kids Pet Rescue in Concord Township.