FAQ’s & Resources

Most frequent questions and answers

Click Here – To visit our Program page

Adoption Program – Creating “Happy Ever After” stories one cat at a time! Purpose: To give adoption -Challenged a 2nd chance at getting their “Happily Ever After’s.” We work with adult, senior, geriatric, and special needs cats who need more time and attention than typical shelters can provide. Click Here for more information.

Lease for Life – When temperately lasts a lifetime! Purpose: We believe every homeless companion animal deserves to have their “happy ever after’s”. Elderly cats with a high quality of life deserve to spend their golden years with a family who loves and cherishes them. Click Here for more information.

Pet Pantry – Helping to ensure no pet goes hungry. Purpose: We are dedicated to helping families keep their 4-legged family members. We help to prevent pet homelessness while supporting and encouraging the human-animal bond. Click Here to find out more information.

We can house up to 20 cats in our cat building. Since our resources are limited, we can only take cats on a “cat by cat” basis. We currently only house adult cats, and cats with special needs who have a difficult time getting adopted in high intake shelters or rescues with limited resources to care for these cats in need.

To see if a cat is eligible for one of our programs, CLICK HERE for a complete list of our intake requirements and fill out our surrender application.

Kitty Kat Haven is an ADULT-only cat sanctuary. We don’t currently have the resources to take pregnant cats, outdoor/ barn cats, Leukemia +, or sick strays.

Our focus is on pet house cats, seniors,  FIV +, cats with behavioral & medical issues, and other special needs felines.

We strive to place ALL our cats into forever homes, through Adoption, and Long & Short term fosters. We encourage healthy and balanced feline-human companions bonds. The cats that can’t be placed will be able to live out the remainder of their lives at Kitty Kat Haven sanctuary.

We are a pet cat sanctuary. We can NOT provide any medical care, spay/neuter, or help with medical bills.

Someone is available by phone Tuesday – Friday 11 am – 5 pm. Phone: 360-304-1457 

Program Center:
Open Tuesday 11 am to 4 pm
462 N Market Blvd
Chehalis, WA 98532

Cat Building:
By Appointment only Wednesday – Saturday afternoon
Located on Private Property,

Mailing Address:
Kitty Kat Haven
PO BOX 306
Chehalis, WA 98532

The quickest way to get a response outside of business hours is by Email: [email protected]

Visit our Contact page to summit an inquire Click Here

Resources

Kiaja’s – The Almost Home Project-

Takes Kittens & Adult cats Patty – (360) 508-0151

The Cat’s Meow SNAP –

Low cost Spay/Neuter, bottle babies, outside & semi-feral cats. Twilia – (360)-623-0820

Concern for Animals (360) 456-8176

  • Provides limited medical care funding,
  • Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Vouchers
  • Pet food bank
  • Rescue & adoption programs in the Thurston, Mason, and Lewis County area.

Seattle Humanewww.seattlehumane.org

No kill, will take pets from all over WA (425) 649-7561

RedRover.org– Provides financial assistance, resources and emotional support to pet guardians struggling with economic hardship when pets are in need of urgent and emergency veterinary care, as well as support and resources to help victims of domestic violence escape abusive environments with their pets.

YouCaring.com– a free crowdfunding site that focuses on raising money for people who need it for personal reasons – everything from education to pet expenses. Each month, they have over 2,000 crowdfunding campaigns for people needing help with pet care costs.

Family-to-Family Adoption

Believe it or not, you are your pet’s best option for finding a new home. Some people think shelters or rescue groups would be best for placing your pet because we have experience, facilities, screening guidelines, etc.

However, an individual, particularly one who knows the animal, can focus all their efforts on that pet, provide the most information to prospective adopters, and best determine the appropriateness of a new home.

Also, shelters are stressful for animals. The shelter setting, no matter how nice, can bring on stress-related problems. Anxiety, aggression, and even illness are common, and these natural reactions may make adoption difficult or impossible.

  • adoptapet.com– Adopt-A-Pet is one of the nation’s largest adoption websites, your post reaches millions of visitors every month!
  • Join and post an ad in local Facebook groups
  • Network with friends and family