Smitten With Kittens is participating in this year’s Strut Your Mutt, a national fundraiser sponsored by Best Friends Animal Society. This huge event is taking place from June 17 – Oct. 31 to raise money and awareness about the lifesaving work Smitten With Kittens provides to cats and kittens in our community.
Smitten with Kittens, Inc. (SWK) is a no-kill 501(c)3 non-profit kitten rescue group in Tallahassee, Florida, with a focus on rescue and adoption of the very young. We are active supporters of community spay and neuter efforts and the education of the public regarding the benefits of controlling the population.
We are a foster-based group of volunteers that rescues kittens that will be euthanized or face certain death. They are the abandoned, the newborns, the deformed, the blind, the sick, and the injured that do not otherwise have a chance for survival. We provide the medical care they need as well as the socialization skills to become loving pets. All our kittens are provided age appropriate vaccines, are tested for communicable diseases, and are spayed/neutered prior to adoption.
The highest euthanasia rate in most area shelters is the kittens under 8 weeks old. We provide a safe, loving, temporary home for these little ones to grow until we find their permanent one.
Click REGISTER on this page to donate. Ask your family and friends to get involved!
If you prefer to donate by check:
We can accept checks made out to “Smitten With Kittens” with “Strut Your Mutt” in the memo line. Checks can be sent via U.S. Mail to Smitten With Kittens at 8031 Red Eagle Rd., Tallahassee, FL 32312.
If your business is interested in becoming a sponsor:
Contact the Team Captain, Brianna Garris, at email@example.com and we will send you sponsorship information.
When you’re out and about:
Download the ResQwalk app from the App Store or Google Play. ResQwalk is a free mobile app that lets you raise money and resources for your favorite animal welfare organization, and all you have to do is walk! Select “in support of” Smitten With Kittens. Remember to “start walk” every time you are out and about.