Cat breed rescue listings. This page contains a directory of rescues and sites that handle multiple breeds of cat.
While some rescue groups focus primarily on adoption and fostering of a single breed and that breed's look-a-likes, these groups will handle a variety of breeds of cat. Some of these organizations will also work with cats of undefined origin, random bred, mixed breed, etc.
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The Cat Fanciers' Association Breed Rescue Program
Area: National (US)
CFA Breed Rescue Program works with CFA member clubs and breed councils
to, as they put it "ensure the safety of our recognized breeds,
particularly those at risk of euthanasia in our community shelters, and
to aid the rescue community at large for the benefit of all cats."
Cat Purebred Rescue
Area: Washington state and greater Puget Sound area
Purebred Rescue (CPR) performs identification, shelter pulls, and
re-homing of purebred cats in the Pacific Northwest US. They also accept
cats in need from individuals who are unable to care for them.
Paws of Gold Feline Rescue
Area: Northeast US
of Gold uses foster parents to temporarily house rescues of cats of all
breeds. They do not allow their adoptable pets to be declawed, and the
cat must be an indoor only cat.
Purebred Cat Breed Rescue
Area: National (US)
you want to adopt, or need to find a home for a cat, the Purebred Cat
Breed Rescue website provides a list of purebred rescues by breed.
Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue
Area: Western US
Plus Cat Rescue matches homeless purebreds "plus" other cats in need
with forever homes, and provides fostering and shelter pull services.
Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue
Area: Midwest US
Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue (SPCR) is located in southeastern Wisconsin, and works to find homes for abandoned purebred cats.
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