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Surrender Applications are Closed
We’re sorry to announce that we are closing our surrender applications as of July 8, 2015. We have a waiting time of probably 6 months for the cats already on the list and want to focus on getting them into Happy Cats. Please watch this page for estimates on when we will be able to reopen intakes. For now, please refer to our Other Cat Resources page for other organizations that might be able to help.
We are a non-profit organization and depend on our family of supporters to help us to help the kitties. Please consider making a gift to help us adopt out more cats so we can take in more. $10 will keep a cat or kitten with food & litter for a month, $20 pays for their FeLV/FIV virus test and $40 provides a spay/neuter.
Both Paypal, below, and Colorado Gives offer recurring donations so you can become a Happy Cats sustainer. Thanks for helping us to help them all!
Sookie, Goliath and Sandman were adopted this week! Jog on, kitties!
Please CLICK HERE to see the rest of our adoptable cats and kittens.
Check out our Facebook page to see our kitties heading home and happy Read More→
Mitty came to Happy Cats Haven as a stray in a large feral cat colony. The life of a cat in a feral colony is rough, and Mitty’s likelihood of surviving past a few years was extremely low. When Mitty came to Read More→
Boggle and Yahtzee are two brothers that came to us before they were even born! A pregnant kitty mother was surrendered to us, and she gave birth to them while in foster care. Boggle had experienced an injury Read More→
Trixie is a small female Tortoise shell cat that came to us as a stray. Trixie and her 3 babies were found under a porch and were taken into Happy Cats Haven to find a permanent, forever home. One of our Read More→
Shilo is a pretty and plump silver tabby with big green eyes. We worried we couldn't keep her when she first came to Happy Cats. She screamed in what we fondly came to call her outside voice. She hit the bars. Read More→