We are doing all we can to help, holding true to our high standards of care providing a safe, clean, free-roaming environment, love from volunteers and foster families, top-notch medical care, and a thorough adoption process.
If you find a nest of kittens or even a tiny lone kitten (ones that cannot eat on their own) it is best to leave them where they are. Momma cats go out and hunt for food, but they will be back. Tiny kittens have a greater chance of survival if they are able to be with their mom until they are old enough to eat on their own. When should you intervene?
Foster care is simply opening your heart and home temporarily for kittens who cannot care for themselves, as well as adult cats who need a break from the center or may be recovering from a medical condition or illness.
Visit our adoption center at 2675 E. Flamingo, near Eastern, designed to minimize the stress and make it easier for cats to find loving homes like yours.
Homeward Bound Cat Adoptions is a volunteer-driven organization, which means that the care of our cats as well as raising awareness for what we do entirely depends on people like you. We would not exist without volunteers.