ZAZZY CATS KITTY RESCUE is a Non-Profit Public Benefit Charity Organization based in Long Beach, California. Our rescue was founded for the primary purpose of rescuing high risk cats, kittens, expectant and nursing queens directly from the community as well as city and county shelters in the greater Los Angeles area.
ZAZZY CATS rescues as many furry friends as we can, provides them with medical care, places them in loving foster homes until permanent adoption homes are found. We are an all volunteer organization and rely solely on the support of public donations to provide care.
Looking to adopt a cat?
Please visit our Adoptable Pets page. Prior to every adoption, all our cats and kittens will be:
Help I found a Cat or need to find a home for my Cat...
Due to a very busy SoCal kitten season and our continuing commitment to Local shelters, Zazzy Cats is currently over max capacity and cannot take in anymore cats or kittens at this time.
What we can do to help..
We will be glad to assit you assit you with promotion and adoption of your furry feline friend providing that they meet the following requirements:
1) Medical Records..including current age appropriate vaccine certificates
2) FIV/FELV Tested
3) Spayed or neutered
4) Behavior assessment and evaluation by Zazzy Cats Rescue
You must be willing and able to keep the kitty safe and indoors and healthy while placed for adoption. (YOU Must foster or locate a foster for the kitty while they are listed as adoptable)
At the completion of kitten season, we will review adoptable kitties and if we have space at one of our PetSmart Adoption Centers you will be notified and only then will we ask you to surrender the kitty to us for adoption and we will assume responsibility for them. Until that time, YOU will be responsible for any and all expenses related to their care.
Please email us the following information with your request:
***All of this information must be included to be considered***
Your Contact Information: Name/Address/Phone/Email
1) Current Photos 2) Age 3) Breed 4) Description
5) Age appropriate vaccine record, medical records and proof of Spay or neuter and FIV/FELV Test results from a licensed Veterinarian.
6) A brief bio, including temperament/behavior, likes/dislikes, response to other cats, dogs, strangers, children, loud noises, etc...
Once we have received this information a volunteer will contact you to set up the evaluation. This may take several days to process. We encourage you to continue to contact other local rescues for assistance and possible vacancies.