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Humane Solutions for Trenton's Cats

Trenton Cats Rescue

Trenton Cats Rescue is an all-volunteer, foster-based, 501c3 rescue group in the greater Trenton, NJ area.
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Trenton Cats RescueSaturday, January 19th, 2019 at 7:37pm
Detective kitten Phryne Fisher found her forever home this afternoon. In addition to her human family, she will have a 3-4 year old feline sibling who will hopefully wrestle with her. Phryne loves to wrestle.
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Trenton Cats RescueSaturday, January 19th, 2019 at 7:33pm
Persimmon found her forever home this afternoon. In addition to her human siblings, she will have a canine sibling.
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Trenton Cats RescueSaturday, January 19th, 2019 at 6:53pm
Thank you Petvalu East Windsor for your generous donation of kitty food. The white bags are filled with wet cat food :-). Thanks for helping us feed our TCR kitties !!!
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Trenton Cats RescueSaturday, January 19th, 2019 at 6:38pm
No TCR adoption event Sunday 1/20 in the Petsmart in Fairless Hills due to the predicted storm. We want everyone to stay home and be safe.
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Trenton Cats Rescue added 3 new photos.Saturday, January 19th, 2019 at 11:56am
Tinygal was surrendered with her sister when their owner moved and could not take them with her. We think Tiny is around 5. Tiny was very shy, but then we noticed her sister was really an alpha cat and that she kind of dominated Tinygal. So we separated them in our foster homes. Once that happened Tinygal has done really well with other cats like her, who are quiet. She loves to play with other kitties and loves it when people pet her. She's actually not too tiny, she's a round cute little girl. If you have another cat who is kind of quiet, who you think would be happy with a buddy with the same personality, maybe Tinygal would be perfect ?

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Shadow Cats

Trenton Cats Rescue takes in many shy, nervous, fearful, or under-socialized cats. These cats are often overlooked by adopters because they tend to hide in the back of their cages and can be a...

Adopt a Senior Cat

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Fostering really does save lives!

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