Kitkat Playroom Inc is creating a safe space for vulnerable neonatal kittens and momcats
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Kitkat Playroom Inc is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit kitten and momcat rescue based in New Jersey. We believe that saving many small lives makes a mighty big impact. All donations are tax-deductible. 

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Neo-natal kittens are at an extremely vulnerable age and require a great deal of time and care. We know from experience that most neo-natal kittens can thrive under the right conditions and environment. Unfortunately, thousands of newborn kittens find themselves in shelters every year. Their lack of immune system means they are extremely susceptible to illness and disease in overcrowded shelters, where they are surrounded by other cats and handled by multiple people. Kitkat Playroom rescues these kittens and their moms from these high-risk situations and raises them in a sterile, safe, and loving home until they are ready for adoption by a forever family. All of our rescues are spayed/neutered, microchipped, dewormed, and receive all the veterinary care they need before they graduate from foster care. 

   O u r   S t o r y   


My name is Jenny Mack and I founded  Kitkat Playroom as an official nonprofit rescue in October 2016. It was no surprise to anyone that I started my own kitten rescue. The question people ask me now is, "Are you going to grow? When will you rescue goats??" Maybe one day! 

I've been fostering families of kittens and broadcasting them live since 2014, but my rescue days started 35 years ago. My dad would take my little sister and me to the local live animal auction about once a month, and we'd inevitably come home with a rescued bunny or chicken. We had a small micro-farm in the huge backyard of our suburban home that I'm sure was completely illegal but the neighbors didn't complain. My dad would bring home turtles who had been run over, glue up their shells, and return them after they healed. He was good friends with Betty Woodford, who founded Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge in Medford, NJ. 

I think my family realized that my heart was dedicated to saving ALL THE ANIMALS when I was about 3 years old. I was sitting on the porch outside, with my back to the house, hunched over -- sobbing -- and diligently trying to do something. My grandmother came out to see why I was so upset. I had a worm in my hands. I told her that I'd accidentally broken him in half, and I was desperately trying to tie him back together with my itty bitty fingers. It wasn't working and I was devastated. She reassured me that she would take care of it, and got me back in the house. Of course, my grandmother just threw the worm (worms?) back in the yard. But she says she had never seen a child care about the life of a little worm so much and she knew I'd be saving animals forever. 

It took me a while to get here... I work full-time as a software developer, so I split my time between Kitkat Playroom and supporting my life. I'm just thrilled that I get to share this experience with the world, meet so many folks who fall in love with the kitkubs like I do, and want to support me as I do this. 

   T H A N K   Y O U    


Kitkat Playroom relies entirely on donations from individuals like you. Thank you. We absolutely could not do this without you.

Love, 
Jenny and the rest of the volunteers at Kitkat Playroom
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Kitkat Playroom is a foster-based kitten rescue that cares for the tiniest, most vulnerable babies while they grow, until they are big and strong enough for adoption. Baby kittens often require unexpected veterinary expenses, in addition to gobs of food, formula, and litter. In order for Kitkat Playroom to survive, we must be able to rely on a regular monthly income that will sustain the minimum cost to care and treat the abandoned, homeless, and/or medically-needy babies we take under our wing.  
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Kitkat Playroom Inc is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit kitten and momcat rescue based in New Jersey. We believe that saving many small lives makes a mighty big impact. All donations are tax-deductible. 

   F o l l o w    U s !    



Neo-natal kittens are at an extremely vulnerable age and require a great deal of time and care. We know from experience that most neo-natal kittens can thrive under the right conditions and environment. Unfortunately, thousands of newborn kittens find themselves in shelters every year. Their lack of immune system means they are extremely susceptible to illness and disease in overcrowded shelters, where they are surrounded by other cats and handled by multiple people. Kitkat Playroom rescues these kittens and their moms from these high-risk situations and raises them in a sterile, safe, and loving home until they are ready for adoption by a forever family. All of our rescues are spayed/neutered, microchipped, dewormed, and receive all the veterinary care they need before they graduate from foster care. 

   O u r   S t o r y   


My name is Jenny Mack and I founded  Kitkat Playroom as an official nonprofit rescue in October 2016. It was no surprise to anyone that I started my own kitten rescue. The question people ask me now is, "Are you going to grow? When will you rescue goats??" Maybe one day! 

I've been fostering families of kittens and broadcasting them live since 2014, but my rescue days started 35 years ago. My dad would take my little sister and me to the local live animal auction about once a month, and we'd inevitably come home with a rescued bunny or chicken. We had a small micro-farm in the huge backyard of our suburban home that I'm sure was completely illegal but the neighbors didn't complain. My dad would bring home turtles who had been run over, glue up their shells, and return them after they healed. He was good friends with Betty Woodford, who founded Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge in Medford, NJ. 

I think my family realized that my heart was dedicated to saving ALL THE ANIMALS when I was about 3 years old. I was sitting on the porch outside, with my back to the house, hunched over -- sobbing -- and diligently trying to do something. My grandmother came out to see why I was so upset. I had a worm in my hands. I told her that I'd accidentally broken him in half, and I was desperately trying to tie him back together with my itty bitty fingers. It wasn't working and I was devastated. She reassured me that she would take care of it, and got me back in the house. Of course, my grandmother just threw the worm (worms?) back in the yard. But she says she had never seen a child care about the life of a little worm so much and she knew I'd be saving animals forever. 

It took me a while to get here... I work full-time as a software developer, so I split my time between Kitkat Playroom and supporting my life. I'm just thrilled that I get to share this experience with the world, meet so many folks who fall in love with the kitkubs like I do, and want to support me as I do this. 

   T H A N K   Y O U    


Kitkat Playroom relies entirely on donations from individuals like you. Thank you. We absolutely could not do this without you.

Love, 
Jenny and the rest of the volunteers at Kitkat Playroom

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