Kitty City is a project of
30 Union Street South,
Concord NC 28025
Kitty City is open
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 5:00pm until 8:00pm ; Saturday 10:00am until 5:00pm
Cabarrus CARES (Coalition of Animal Rescue Efforts and Services) is a 501(c)3 organization and your donations are tax deductible.
Kitty City operates upon donations,
please consider making a gift to Kitty City.
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We Always Need: Purina Kitten Chow and Litter! With over 100 kittens to feed every day, we need your help.
We can also use paper towels and cleaning products (disinfectants & bleach) to help clean up after out kittens and puppies!
The Nicholas Stoner Kitten Fund
Rescue can be overwhelming. Each day our staff deals with hundreds of unwanted puppies and kittens and dogs and cats. Unfortunately there is not space or resources for them all. Please understand that we may not be able to accept your animals in need.
For the seventh straight year, we have been blessed to receive a grant from the George D. Patterson Family Fund, administered by Foundation For the Carolinas. While the grant gives us faith in our mission, it also gives us wings to soar with new ideas.
The Value of adopting at
Kitty City vs a "Free" pet.
(click on the dollar to see how you
save adopting at Kitty City.)
Plan on attending our Big
"Save a Tuxedo"
October 13th at 1-6 pm
The Orchard House
BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE!!
Click on 'Tux' the Cat's pic for all the information!
Buy your tickets in advance and SAVE!
**Exciting New Opportunity!**
While Doing Your Shopping Help
Kitty City Raise Money!
Kitty City Welcomes back Students!
We look forward to teaching High School and Middle School students about responsible pet ownership.
We’re Not Just Another Pretty Face …
(although we do adopt a lot of cute critters into loving new homes) – But Kitty City is also an education center and a community resource center.
We teach pet safety and responsibility to thousands of children in schools in five counties. We mentor Eagle Scouts and high school graduation projects. We show kindergarteners how to survive an attack and we teach teenagers compassion and respect for life .
We also partner with Meals on Wheels, Concord Parks and Recreation, area veterinarians and many other rescue organizations to improve life for pets and the people who love them through innovative spay/neuter campaigns and health care programs.
To promote COOPERATION, COMMUNICATION and EDUCATION among animal advocates and companion pet owners.
Jason Norwood passed away unexpectedly July 16, 2013. Jason was an active volunteer at Kitty City and served on the Board of Directors.
We at Kitty City miss Jason and mourn his passing.
His obituary can be read by clicking on his photo beneath.
Rest in Peace