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Mission Statement

The Agee Memorial Wildlife Fund, Inc., (Fat Kitty City) is a non-profit 501(c)3 Corporation, dedicated to ending needless animal suffering, through spaying, neutering, socializing, adopting and other aggressive approaches.


Agee Memorial Wildlife Fund, Inc., (Fat Kitty City) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to ending animal suffering by rescuing homeless animals, providing them with a safe haven, addressing their nutrition and medical needs, and especially finding them loving lifelong homes they deserve.

Every animal we rescue receives sanctuary at our rescue facility, veterinary exam(s), ongoing veterinary care, vaccines, spaying, neutering, micro chipping, and any other medical aid that the rescued animal may need. We are committed to help end animal over population and communicable diseases by saving as many homeless animals as our finances will allow and educating the public regarding responsible animal care.


Average Review 3 reviews

Would you recommend Fat Kitty City?

by Gina W. from Placerville, CA (2010-10-13 22:17:43.0)
Volunteering to help the animals at Fat Kitty City (Agee Memorial Wildlife Fund, Inc) means so much to me. I am contributing to a cause I truly believe in, and it has enriched my life immeasurably. There are many volunteer opportunities at Fat Kitty City, something for every animal lover. Ed and Cindy are great people to volunteer for! I have been one of their volunteers for over three years.
by Gina W. from Placerville, CA (2009-08-20 19:28:35.0)
I love volunteering for Agee Rescue! I have been a volunteer for over two years. Knowing that my services mean so much to the founders of Agee and to the animals, has brought great joy to my life. I recommend volunteering at Agee.
by Patricia K. from Folsom, CA (2009-08-19 15:38:07.0)
Cindy & Ed are so dedicated to the animals at their sanctuary. They truly appreciate their volunteers. The cats love having visitors and really make you feel welcome!