Devoted to rescuing and rehabilitating unwanted and abused cats in Southern California. We educate our communities about the importance of spaying and neutering, and we believe that all animals deserve dignity and kindness as we work toward the day when all public shelters will be "no kill".
The Cat Posse works to save the lives of homeless, unwanted and abused cats in our community. Most of the cats in our care are senior cats and/or cats with special needs. The Cat Posse’s mission is to rescue and rehabilitate unwanted and abused cats in Southern California and to educate communities about the importance of spaying and neutering their cats. We believe that all animals deserve dignity and kindness, and we work toward the day when all public shelters will have a “no kill” policy. The Cat Posse is entirely operated and driven by a group of dedicated volunteers who rescue, rehabilitate, foster and adopt out cats. We are currently caring for approximately 200 cats, and 110 of these cats are up for adoption. Approximately 50% of the cats in our care are ten years or older, and many have special needs. We have cats with thyroid, dental, eye and intestinal diseases; cats who need fluids on a regular basis, cats who have respiratory problems, cancer, and cats who periodically need surgeries for a variety of reasons. Our experience has shown that many of our cats, due to age, special needs, or temperament, will most likely not be adopted. These cats will remain with us, receiving loving care, for the rest of their lives. The Cat Posse does not have a shelter per se; rather, we maintain numerous volunteer foster homes in Southern California, primarily in Pasadena, Altadena, Tujunga and the San Fernando Valley. The cats we take in are strays, owner surrenders or selected from the local Humane Societies. We are fully committed to the cats in our care and it is a privilege to serve them.
P.O. Box 60992
Pasadena, CA 91116