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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 RescueSunday, February 25th, 2024 at 9:40pm
Today was a new beginning for many of our kitties! Happy life little ones!
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Trenton Cats RescueSunday, February 25th, 2024 at 9:31pm
🐱✨ Trap. Neuter. Return. It's not just a strategy, it's a lifeline for our feline friends! And we NEED your help🌟

Every day, countless cats roam Trenton streets, facing uncertainty and overpopulation. But together, we can make a difference through TNR. Please JOIN US in our mission, we cannot do it alone!

Every day, we receive calls for injured, abandoned, or cats in desperate need of TNR services. As a grassroots organization, we operate solely on donations and volunteers - we get NO Financial help from the City of Trenton. And we only have so many volunteer boots on the ground, the cats vastly out number us!

Please, lend a hand:

Foster a cat in need 🏡

Volunteer your time 🤝

Donate to support our mission just $60 Dollars can fix a feral cat! 💸

Even your patience and understanding mean the world as we work to make a difference. Together, we can create a brighter future for Trenton's cats.

Your involvement can change lives. Let's work together to create a brighter future for every feline friend! 🐾💙 #TNR #CatCare #CommunitySupport

To help please donate below or head to to fill out a volunteer or foster application today!
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Trenton Cats RescueSunday, February 25th, 2024 at 9:00pm
Meet Whitney (who we think is between one and two years old), a charming brown tabby female searching for her forever home. Whitney is an affectionate sweetheart who loves human company. She is a very talkative kitty who loves to have conversations with her people. She's not a fan of other animals, she'd prefer to be the queen of her home. But, she does eventually do well with boy kitties once she gets used to them.. Whitney is spayed, up-to-date on vaccinations, and ready to share her love with a caring family who can provide her with the attention and affection she craves. If you're seeking a loving and communicative feline friend, don't miss the opportunity to bring Whitney into your life. Who can resist this face ? Whitney wants to know why no one has picked her yet. We told her not to worry, good things come to kitties who wait. Whitney came to us with her kittens who have all been adopted and she thinks it's time for her to get adopted too !!!
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Trenton Cats RescueSunday, February 25th, 2024 at 7:32pm
Brody (fka Tiny Garfield) was adopted by his foster family a few months ago. He is doing great in his forever home and he and the family's Great Pyrenees are BFFs.
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Trenton Cats RescueSunday, February 25th, 2024 at 5:04pm
Beautiful Brigitte was adopted from us as a kitten and was very much loved. Unfortunately, her owner ran into a housing issue and this very loved kitty had to be surrendered back to us. Now Brigitte finds herself in the position of having to find a new home at five years old.

Brigitte lived with a dog and likes them, but she is afraid of other kitties. She is very shy when she first meets people and will hide her face under her paws. But once she knows you she is a total lovebug who loves attention from people. a total mush kitty. She's not really a lap kitty but she does like to hang with her people and chill out. AS you can see from the pictures she also likes to lay around like a seal LOL.

This beauty really wants a person or people who will love her and give her a great forever home .
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Trenton Cats RescueSunday, February 25th, 2024 at 3:00pm
If ever a cat deserves a wonderful home ,it’s three-year-old Klagg. This big handsome boy was found outside in September when someone asked us to TNR a bunch of cats in her area. Our volunteer knew he was not feral, obviously he had been owned by someone at some point and dumped outside. He come to us with infected eyes , one cleared up but the other couldn’t be saved and had to be removed. He is also FIV+(he likely got bitten by an FIV+ cat when he was outside). As we say with good food and vet care, FIV is not a big deal. FIV+ cats can live as long as any other kitty and with cats who are not FIV+.
When he first went to his foster home he seemed to never sleep ,which was probably because while living on the street he always had to be alert in order to protect himself. He wouldn’t get on a bed or couch either. Now, his foster parents say he loves a cat tree, comfy couch, or the human beds in his foster home. He LOVES food too. This guy has learned to relax and enjoy life after all the terrible things he went through. He does great with other cats (there are several resident cats in his foster home) but is a bit of a high energy player. He also did just fine with the small dog in his foster home. He likely wouldn’t do well with very small children.
So, this three-year old, black, FIV+ cyclops kitty is now looking for the forever home he should have had and didn’t get. He survived his time on the street, got the medical care he needed and has learned to be a pampered house cat again thanks to his wonderful foster parents. Klagg thinks it’s finally time he got his forever person/people.
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