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28 Cats Rescued During Search Warrant

***Update May 16: Five of the kittens are now ready for adoption! Toast, Devin, Kia, Cork and Mercedes. All moms are still available for adoption***

***Update May 3: The five mom cats are now available for adoption! Velma, Bertha, Penelope, Piper and Paisley are now fully vetted and ready for their new homes! You can learn more about adoption here***

On April 5, we were contacted by Sauk County Humane Society about an urgent situation, where 28 cats were found when a search warrant was served in Sauk City. Without hesitation, we said YES! We’re thrilled to share that five amazing mom cats and their adorable 18 kittens (ranging from 2 to 4 weeks old) have found refuge with Angel’s Wish foster parents. Alongside them, we’re also caring for four juveniles from the same home.

We’re thankful to Sauk County Humane Society for completing intake, providing intial vaccines, testing for FeLV/FIV, and arranging transport to us.


While the juveniles will soon be ready for adoption next weekend, our other furry friends will need a bit more time to grow and flourish in the loving embrace of our foster care. But with 28 new cats under our wings, we’re gearing up for an exciting journey ahead, and we can’t do it alone!


Caring for these precious souls will require significant resources, especially in terms of additional veterinary care. Your support means the world to us, whether it’s through monetary donations or checking out our wishlist.


NBC 15 joined us on Sunday to help tell the story of these kittens.
28 Kittens Video


How You Can Help:

Monetary donations: Veterinary care, food, and litter are our biggest expenses every year. We can help your dollar go even further by purchasing food and litter wholesale. Please donate now

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Donate Items: Check out our Amazon and wishlists below for essential supplies.

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Foster: We urgently need foster homes standing ready as kitten season hits full swing, particularly on the east side of Dane County and surrounding counties. Your temporary care can save lives. Learn more here.

Adopt: By welcoming a cat into your home, you create space for another in need. See our available cats.

Spay/neuter: “If you feed them, fix them.” Spaying/neutering your cats and community cats in your neighborhood is far more cost-effective (and humane!) than feeding an ever-growing population. See a partial list of spay/neuter resources here

Together, we can save lives of cats in our community. Thank you!