A Call to Action: Kitten Action Team

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Today, as a part of Zee & Zoey’s First Annual Cat Ruler of the World Campaign for a Cause Contest Extravaganza I get to tell you a little bit about the shelter I selected. First let me show you why I love them so much…

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!

KAT Graduates

Meet Sandy, the founder of Kitten Action Team. Sandy never gave up on me, never. She was so happy when I got my forever home and just couldn't wait to tell everyone that I had been adopted.

While Kitten Action Team does not have a major presence on the web, they are a real-world, boots-on-the-ground force for all things good in the world of cat adoption. Literally thousands of cats and kittens have been saved and placed in loving forever homes through the endless work of their small, but mighty group of volunteers.

Kitten Action Team runs Cat Adoption events on weekends at one of the local PetSmart stores in Greenville, SC. Let me show you some of the residents currently in the care of Kitten Action Team. These photos were taken at adoption day two weeks ago….

Look at these two cute tabbies, don't they look like little Sister Gracies? They were very attentive and are more than ready for their loving homes. And notice too the photo hanging up on their cage. This sweet lady was rescued with her eye ball hanging out of it's socket. Did they give up on her? No! They got her the medical attention she needed, which in this case meant the removal of her left eye. She is now ready for her real forever home and I hope someone gives her the love she deserves really, really soon.

There was lots of orange tabby goodness there too and these two would just make any home a happier home.

Of course, you know I just couldn't resist showing you one more tabby that is ready and waiting…sort of looks like me when I was waiting there.

Kitten Action Team does whatever is necessary to save the kittens and cats. One of the volunteers recently spent weeks trapping several ferals (TNR) at the request of a lady who was taking care of them.m Once they were finally all TNR'd guess what happened? The lady caring for them up and moved. Seriously. The KAT volunteer is now caring for them until so other proper arrangement can be made. They are always, it seems, headed somewhere to find and rescue the kittens. Let me tell you, they've crawled under many an abandoned house to rescue the kittens.

They are truly a wonderful bunch of humans and I am thrilled to have a chance to try and help them out. They really maximize every single dollar and every single thing they get. Most of all, they maximize the love given to the cats and kittens in their care. Thanks for being there for all of us Kitten Action Team, we love you!

Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!


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50 thoughts on “A Call to Action: Kitten Action Team

  1. Mollie

    Oh it’s so sad Brian..all this kitties needing homes, they are all so beautiful..So pleased the shelter is a no kill shelter..That’s just great and the people who work so hard to help these Kitties are real hero’s 🙂 Have a great Thursday xx

  2. Marg

    Those people sound like such terrific people to help the animals like they do. We sure hope you win so they can get the prize. I just might have to start campaigning for you Brian. We would love to see this shelter get that prize for sure. If they ever want me to post about any of their cats, please give them my email. Take care.

  3. Katie Isabella

    Oh Brian..I am so impressed with them and you and your two sisters came from there? Good enough for me!

  4. Cherry City Kitties

    Three Cheers for the Kitten Action Team ! We can’t imagine you had to be there for so long before you got your forever home ! As a couple of rescues (Tipp – UNCats, Dexter – AC Paws) and one who would have been in another week or so (Harry) we know that “Rescued” is the bestus breed. Keep up the good word Brian! Thanks for the awesome story

  5. Zee and Zoey - Deb Barnes

    How wonderful that you and your sisters, Sascha, Gracie, and Zoe were all adopted from Kitten Action Team! What a great organization of caring, devoted, and compassionate people.

    I am humbled more than words can express as to the significance of this contest and I am so proud of all of the Cat-idates who are participating. All the shelters are so worthy and it is such a privilege to be able to give them the spotlight they deserve.

  6. Cathy Keisha

    Such great shelters and only one vote. It isn’t fair. Before I was “convinced” to work for Katie, my first choice was a Cat Ruler who supported his local shelter. While I didn’t come from A Call 4 Paws, I work for them and they, too, don’t have a splashy web presence cos they spend all their time helping animals. Best of luck.

  7. Cheysuli

    We were really excited to hear more about Kitten Action Team because we know you all advocate for them so much through your blog and this was a chance to tell us all! They do sound great–I mean they found you and your sisters didn’t they?!

  8. Old Kitty

    Wonderful KAT people and rescue residents!! Me and Charlie love you all too!! We are so grateful for all the good wonderful and beautiful work that KATs do and we just know these beauties here will find forever homes!! Yay!!! Take care

  9. Wendy S.

    Brian we’re so glad you were rescued by Kitten Action Team. It’s always amazing how much love humans can have for kitties when there are so many sad stories out there. Thank you for bringing the Kitten Action Team to our attention and good luck with the contest.

  10. CCL Wendy

    Kitten Action Team does indeed sound like a truly honourable and worthy cause. They definitely are in it for the long haul. I can certainly see why you are so invested in them emotionally and want to help them continue all their good work.

    It’s wonderful that you and your sisters who came from their shelter are now giving back to them in more ways than one.

    By the way, Sister Sascha is on her third date with Dante today on his “All about Lacocoon Dante” blog at https://allaboutlacocoondante.blogspot.com.

  11. Glogirly & Katie

    Thank you SO much for sharing the story of Kitten Action Team with us. What an amazing organization. Bless them for the tireless work they do to help these kitties in need.

    We are so honored to be part of this Campaign For A Cause Contest. ALL of the shelters make a significant impact on the lives of so many cats in need. It truly is heartwarming to learn about so many organizations that are there to help. …but heartbreaking that the need is so great.

    For once we’re relieved we don’t have to vote.

    We wish they ALL could win.
    xo, Katie & Glogirly

  12. da tabbies o trout towne

    dood…we NOE this haz ta bee a grate shelter considerin they helped ewe N yur sisterz find a forever loving home….an awesum post N we hope ALL de shelters in zee & zoey’s campaign bee come winnerz… de votin iz gonna bee tuff 🙁

    peace out N rock on =^..^=

  13. CATachresis

    Brian thank you for sharing about your lovely shelter. It is another very worthy cause. It is going to be difficult for folks to decide I can see! xx

  14. Sparkle

    Wow, Brian, with so many family members graduates of Kitten Action Team (including yourself), it’s no wonder you are supporting this awesome rescue! I wish everyone’s rescue could win – each one seems so deserving!

  15. jansfunnyfarm

    What a deserving rescue! How neat if you win you will be giving to other kitties where you were all rescued.

    We couldn’t get the Zee & Zoey link to work.

  16. Diddleymaz

    Kitten Action team sound awesome Brian!
    So glad they helped you and some of your sissfurs.

  17. Tamago

    What a great rescue! The lady cat who lost her left eye breaks my heart..but so glad she was rescued by those wonderful people. She deserves really good home and other kitties, too.

  18. Sharon K Mayhew

    Kitten Action Team sounds like an amazing group. Stripes was a rescue cat. Peaches was left for dead on the side of the road and my vet saved her…and now she is a very happy one year old cat. She still has a limp and always will, but she loves everyone in the family, even the dog…

  19. Abby

    Oh Brian
    We just got all warm and fuzzy.
    That is one wonderful shelter.
    We are so glad that there are so many giving humans out there that work for US!!!

    ✿•*¨`*•. ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥✿•*¨`*•.

  20. Devoted to Willow

    Its so great to meet these pawsome individuals who helped you and your sisters find forever home. Sandy and the Kitten Action Team are beyond wonderful in the work they do in helping cats find their forever home.

  21. Fraidy Cats

    hey, those grads look familiar 😉 bless everybuddy at KAT for working so hard on the kitties’ behalf – another wonderful organisation! purrs,

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, Hollie

  22. The Teacher's Pets

    That is heartbreaking and also heartwarming that the cat with the eyeball hanging out was rescued and is not waiting for her forever home! Love the updates about this rescue organization. What a wonderful thing they are doing for these sweet kitties!

  23. Jet

    Hey Brian, Jet here.

    Thanks for shedding a bright light on such a heartfelt group doing such kind and caring work. Breaks our hearts to see felines so poorly treated, reminds Mom of Puffy and Fluffy’s story…

  24. Oui Oui

    You’ve stumped for them before and we can see why! What excellent work they do! Best wishes to all their kitties and hoping they find their new homes soon.

  25. caren gittleman

    Brian thank you for this post. We are partial to the smaller organizations because we adopted Cody from a smaller rescue that also brings cats and dogs to our local PetCo (at the time). They weren’t well-known at all but had they not been at PetCo on July 28, 2007 (and 2 weeks prior to that when I first saw Cody but didn’t adopt him) I might never have my most special boy!

  26. Simba

    What a wonderful organization and people who work for it. We are glad to realize that all even the runner-up shelters will benefit. And the publicity the contest gives to them all is great.

  27. Debbie and Rus Sammeth

    Hi. I am hoping you can provide me with some advice. We are providing food & shelter to 2 adorable feral kittens – 1 male, 1 female. The mama cat was dropped off, she gave birth in the fall & has abandoned them. It has been a challenge for us during the snow & ice to keep them warm outside, but my husband has gone the extra mile to protect these sweet babies who are probably now about 12 weeks old. Occasionally, I am able to catch & cuddle the little ones, but they are so shy that I must regain their trust at each feeding. They will come to me when called, they purr loudly, but still seem very skittish. We are concerned about the little female soon going into heat & the viscous homeless cycle starting again. Also, there is the fear of rabies exposure. Short of trapping them & dropping off at the kill-facility, what can we do??? We are animal lovers and these little ones have so much personality/ potential. We will not be able to continue caring for them long term. Please help w/ any options you can provide. We would be willing to pay for reasonable spay & neuter charges if someone wanted to provide a forever home. They deserve at chance to live happy lives??

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