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To promote the health and well-being of felines rescued from local animal control, while providing integration into a successful adoption program; grant spay and neuter referrals, pet emergency medical assistance when possible, and further develop Trap, Neuter and Release initiatives within Northwest Indiana communities.
The Feline Community Network focuses on rescuing felines from local animal control centers with low adoption rates, and integrate them into a successful adoption program. Cats in our care are fully vetted, including being spay or neutered prior to adoption. Kibble Kitchen is committed to reducing overpopulation through responsible spay and neuter programs and establishing a local Trap ,Neuter, & Release (TNR) program benefiting the community.