Who Are We?
Kitten Division is the largest resource for cats in our community. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer organization devoted to finding homes for abandoned cats and kittens. As the only shelter in our county that receives zero funding from taxpayers dollars, relying on our community to help us care for those we take in. We are also the only shelter in our county that has no paid staff, assuring that all contributions go directly to providing for those in our care.
Kitten Division Adoption Center provides for the adoption and placement of rescued cats and kittens in permanent homes. We are dedicated to the care and well-being of community cats and educating the public on the need to spay/neuter pets, responsible pet ownership, and actively promoting trap-neuter-release (TNR) in our community.
Kitten Division Adoption Center996 Missouri Avenue
Saint Robert, MO 65584
Outstanding Needs of Kitten Division Adoption Center
Item Needs (click need below to see detail)
Cat Care Items
Purina Kitten Chow
Purina Cat Chow
Non-clumping Clay Litter
Kitten Milk Replacer (kitten formula)
Monetary donations to assist with veterinary expenses.
Volunteer Needs (click need below to see detail)
Volunteers perform a variety of tasks to help ensure that the adoption center is tidy and the cats are comfortable. Tasks include inspecting cages for any needed cleaning; changing bedding and litter as needed and feeding the cats; running a load or two of laundry and washing food dishes.Foster Homes
Do you have room in your home to foster abandoned kittens, puppies and/or expectant moms? Kitten Division is always in need of volunteers who are willing to open up their homes to cats and dogs in need until they are ready to come in to the adoption center. Each year, especially during kitten season in the spring and summer, we rescue many underage kittens, puppies and pregnant cats and dogs and place them in available foster homes until ready for adoption. The time commitment could be just a few weeks for weaned kittens to several months if you are fostering a momma cat or dog and her litter.Special Events
Volunteers are needed to help with fundraising and adoption events. Tasks may include planning, securing sponsors, promotions, volunteering at the event, etc.Photographer
A good picture is crucial to assisting in our adoptions. Volunteer photographer would need to be able to take photos and return them to Kitten Division in a timely manner so we can better promote the cats available at our adoption center.Adoption Counselor
During our adoption hours, Adoption Counselors are available to greet visitors, accept adoption applications, discuss cat care, aid in the selection of the appropriate pet and complete the adoption process. Adoption Counselors may also do laundry, keep cages and common areas clean, and answer phone calls.Trap-Neuter-Release
As a volunteer, you may respond to requests for trapping feral or free-roaming cats or assist a more experienced TNR volunteer doing the same. Duties may include counseling the public, trap pickup & delivery, assessing trap sites, setting traps and arranging for monitoring, retrieving trapped cats, and cleaning traps.