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ABOUT KITTY CITY
Kitty City, established in 2016, is a free roam, cage free, self contained safe haven for disabled and FIV+ cats. Kitty City also traps and places healthy cats in permanent homes through adoption. The disabled and FIV+ cats at the Kitty City sanctuary are permanent residents. Kitty City is located in Mandan, ND and is a 501(c)3 organization making all donations tax deductible. The Kitty City organization is funded strictly through donations and has no paid employees. They rely on your donations, volunteers and fosters.
To learn more about FIV, click here.
Kitty City is an addition to the Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue. Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue was founded by Steve and Alison Smith in 2007. Triple H not only takes in miniature equine, but full size equine, donkeys, pigs, goats, chickens, rabbits and ducks. The rescue/sanctuary for many, is a last stop last chance scenario. Many of the animals would have been euthanized or abandoned if there had not been a safe place for them to go. We provide end of life care and a place to retire.
Adoption of a Kitty City cat/kitten begins with filling out an adoption application.
Adoptable Kitty City cats/kittens are showcased on the Kitty City Facebook page and can be seen in person at the Bismarck Petco. Adoptable cats will be vaccinated, dewormed, spayed or neutered and FIV and FELV tested.
Microchipping your new cat/kitten can be decided on upon adoption. The cost is $30 and will give you peace of mind should your cat ever accidentally get outside and become lost.
A microchip is used for identification. The electronic chip is the size of a grain of rice, it is implanted under the skin of the cat/kitten. The chip contains a unique ID number for identifying the owner.
Time spent with cats is never wasted.
Many hands make light work and we would love to welcome you as a Kitty City volunteer. Our volunteers are making a real difference in the lives of the animals at the Kitty City sanctuary as well as helping hundreds of homeless pets. Volunteering requires love, compassion, patience, time, energy and dedication. It’s also fun, fulfilling and you get to make new friends. We have many volunteer opportunities from helping to care for our Sanctuary cats to helping prepare cats for adoption, fostering, cleaning duties at Petco, events, transporting, trapping and more. We ask that volunteers are 18 years of age or older to work alone or 14 years or older accompanied by a guardian. If you would like more information to see if volunteering is right for you, please fill out a volunteer application to get started.