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COMING UP KITTENS!
Who can resist a tiny, cuddly kitten?
Kitten season is in full swing, and we all love the babies...who wouldn't? But we at RappCats, like many other rescue groups, are well aware of how many kittens don't end up with happy lives. Many, born to mothers without homes, die from disease, hunger or predators. Others, taken to overwhelmed public animal shelters, are often euthanized before your car has even left the parking lot.
As a private,no-kill shelter, RappCats has the good fortune to be able to give many kittens a great life by being cared for in foster homes and adopted to loving families. It's a joy to see a family thrilled by the adoption of their beautiful new kitten.
Contact RappCats if you're looking for kittens, or a terrific cat just waiting for that loving forever home.
We'll help you find your purr-fect companion!
Spay and Neuter Saves Lives! Contact RappCats for Help Getting Your Cat Spayed or Neutered!
RappCats is a volunteer, 501(c)3 organization working to help the stray, abused, abandoned, and injured cats of Rappahannock County. We assist with low-cost spay/neuter, veterinary care, and finding temporary and permanent homes. We also operate the RappCats Adoption Center, a cageless, no-kill facility that is the only community cat shelter in Rappahannock County. The RappCats Adoption Center is also the only State Veterinarian-approved private animal shelter in Rappahannock County.
RappCats is not affiliated with the Rappahannock County government. We rely entirely on the generosity of people like you to support our operations. We also depend on volunteers to run the RappCats Adoption Center, to provide foster care, and to help with many other needs. Our task is difficult and costly, but also rewarding. Donations and volunteers are always welcome!
RappCats relies on volunteers like you to staff the RappCats Adoption Center! Can you give as little as 1 - 2 hours per week to help feed and socialize our adorable cats? Your help will keep the shelter open!
We want to keep our members and volunteers involved and updated with all news relevant to our organization. Please continue to check here for important announcements or subscribe to our mailing list for regular updates!
We've compiled some helpful tips to guide you on what to do if you find a homeless cat or kitten. Read our emergency guidelines and contact info.