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We are an all foster based 501c3 non profit corporation NO KILL animal rescue, all of our animals are fostered in our volunteer’s homes, and we do not have a physical location. We are very active in TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return). We personally go out and trap friendly and feral cats and their kittens, when the cats are Feral they are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and returned to their colony and when they are friendly we evaluate, fully vet, and foster them until they are adopted. When the funding is available we also supply food to low income individuals who care for feral colonies.

Adoption Events

Every Saturday & Sunday from 12-4 at the Florence, Ky Petsmart (1060 Hansel Ave, Florence, KY 41042) 

First Saturday of Month 2-4pm Loveland, Ohio Petco (12156 Montgomery Rd 45249)


A Cat named Miracle

On April 7, 2016 our director received a call from her niece about a cat that was laying on the side of the road in Avondale, Ohio. She feared that he was dying and didn't want him to suffer so our director quickly drove over to pick him up and take him to the Vet to end his suffering. It appeared he had been hit by a car and after asking neighbors she found out he had been hit the day before and left there to die alone, and somehow he had managed to crawl to the side of the road. The Vet took a look and said that his visible injuries may be repairable so we decided to give him pain meds and more time to assess the situation. The next few days it didn’t look like he was going to be strong enough to undergo a surgery to check out and or fix his injury’s and we were given a difficult decision to make, then out of nowhere a “Miracle” happened, another cat was at the vets office was making a lot of noise and in response Miracle started to perk up and show some signs of life, because the this the Vet decided to move forward with a surgery. The next few months were filled with ups and downs, we found out that his entire head had likely been run over by a car and every bone in his face including his eye sockets were fractured. He ended up having 3 surgeries, multiple doctors, tests, etc and was ultimately left blind from the accident. He ended up surpassing every goal we set for him and is now a completely healthy, playful, loving, crazy cat. He eats and drinks normal as well as uses the litterbox; we never thought these things would be possible with him. He taught us to NEVER ever give up on a cat, if they are willing to fight you should be too and that is what we are about at Crazy Cats Animal Rescue, saving every cat we can no matter how much work or time that takes. He now has a facebook page dedicated to him and his progress, you can visit it by clicking here