MeoowzResQ Kitties are Movie Stars

As a kitten rescue, we know how important it is to spay or neuter kittens and cats in order to help keep the feral population down. Kara Guezze has created several YouTube videos to try and spread this message as well as other important issues facing domestic animals. Check out Kara’s latest video … Continue reading

MeoowzResQ Volunteer is a Cool Kid!

One of our very own volunteers, Rocio Valdez, was nominated as one of ABC7’s Cool Kids! The weekly segment airs on Thursdays at 4:00pm and highlights some amazing kids and their talents, passions, or incredible stories. Rocio, 17, loves cats and has three of her own. She was asked by MeoowzResQ … Continue reading

Abandoned by her Owners

This beautiful Russian blue was abandoned by her owners along with two other cats. Residents of the building where they lived had all been chipping in to feed and look out for the three adult cats. When this cat had her first kitten outside, one of the residents brought her … Continue reading

The Little River Rat

Pearl was rescued as a tiny tot down by the Long Beach Harbor. One of our volunteers was flagged over one night by some rock fishermen who said they had been hearing a kitten screaming for hours but couldn’t find the kitten. Everyone set out with flashlights and finally found Pearl screaming her head off, all … Continue reading

Another Broken Kitty Ready for Adoption

Do you remember our sexy little man, Bopper? Some of you donated to his surgery and, thanks to you, he is all healed and ready for his forever family. He will require no further medical attention and will lead a normal, healthy life. You can meet him today at the adoption … Continue reading

Our Tiny Miracle

Welcome! MeoowzResQ’s tiniest family member has arrived. This weekend, MeoowzResQ got a call to help with a hoarding situation down in San Diego. We listened when a rescuer asked us to help an older mother cat and her newborn kitten. This calico mommy is 14 years old and just had a litter on … Continue reading

Cornflake’s Happy Turn of Events

Cornflake has seen some ups and downs in her short life. She was rescued as a very young kitten, presumably from a shelter, by a well-meaning private rescuer. When the rescuer died, it turned into a hoarding situation with deplorable conditions. The cats left alone by her death were not … Continue reading

Boy George — the Kitty who Almost Wasn’t

Boy George is a perfect example of why we don’t test kittens for FeLV. He was rescued from the Riverside shelter and adopted out to a nice family last September at about three months of age. The family took him to the veterinarian who tested him for FeLV and his … Continue reading

What Does It Take to Rescue a Kitten?

Rescuing kittens is not all fuzzy, happy babies running around a foster’s home. It is, day after day, spending hours in front of the computer reading email pleas for kittens and cats at death’s door all over Southern California. It is deciding which ones to help based on the amount … Continue reading

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