Volunteers Needed!Almost Home operates a no-kill and cageless rescue, adoption center and sanctuary.  We do not receive government (tax) dollars like the municipal shelters do, and we rely on volunteers who want to MAKE A DIFFERENCE!.

YOU will make a HUGE DIFFERENCE by volunteering or fostering to help homeless and abandoned cats and kittens.

For more information, click one of the following:  Volunteer or Foster.

 

NOTE:  Date change to Sunday, September 28, due to circumstances beyond our control.  Thank you for understanding!

The 8th annual "Power of Love" fundraiser, including silent and live auctions, music and lots of fun, will be held on Sunday, September 28. We need your help to raise money for the care of the cats and kittens.  Our ability to help them is limited only by the funds we raise. Please donate items or services for the silent and live auctions. Drop items off at the adoption center during open hours, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for a pickup, or send them to the adoption center (6010 West 88th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado, 80031).  Ideas include gift cards, wine, gift baskets, spirits, artwork, jewelry, home décor, etc. Corporate or individual event sponsorships are also deeply appreciated. (Gold level at $1,000; Silver level at $500; Bronze level at $250.) For more information, contact Sylvia at 720-375-1660 or via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Thank you for your continued support for the kitties!

 

Almost Home Adoptions is completely dependent upon the community for donations, as we do not receive any government funding. Unfortunately, donation levels are down and need for our services is greater than ever. We urge you to open up your heart and your wallet to help us continue to give rescued kitties a second chance. Every dollar makes a difference in the life of a homeless, abused cat. We dedicate our time and with your tax deductible donation, we can continue to make a difference!

Click Here To Make Secure Online Donation

 

Help 40+ Cats with Major Medical Needs

40+ cats were admitted to Almost Home Adoptions for Rescued Cats from the Aurora Animal Shelter after being seized from a home with too many cats.  All of the cats are in need of major medical attention.  Upper respiratory infections; mites; dehydration; malnourishment (one adult cat weighed in at just over 3 pounds); nails so overgrown they grew into the toe pads; stomatitis; Giardia; advanced dental decay, disease and abscess—these are just a few of the medical conditions currently being addressed.  Almost Home's veterinarian has issued an official statement stating that the condition of these cats has taken years and years to deteriorate to this condition.

Almost Home is reaching out to the public for help in the form of donations for medical expenses.  These expenses are conservatively estimated at $30,000.

Every donation to help nurture these innocent victims back to health is graciously appreciated.  Your donation is tax deductible.  To help, click here to donate: http://www.almosthomeadoptions.net/donate.php

 

 

Molly is a beautiful and playful lady.  She enjoys pets and keeping an eye on all the activity from a perch.  She was rescued from the streets when she was pregnant and was a great mother.  All of her kittens have been adopted, and she would love to be the only cat in her new loving forever home.

Carrilyn is a 5-year-old friendly and beautiful girl.  She was rescued from a foreclosed home and is doing well at Almost Home Adoptions, but she dreams of finding her very own special loving forever home.  She is a sweet lady who enjoys pets and lap time.  She’d be good with children, but would prefer a home with no dogs.  Come in and meet Carrilyn and let those eyes of hers melt your heart!

   
Tilly is a sweet and playful girl who does well with other kitties. She likes attention and to be petted, and she would do well with children. When she is happy to see you, she twirls around your legs and "chirps." Tilly is in her own space at the adoption center so she can remain on a limited-ingredient diet for her food allergies. She would love the run of her very own forever home, while staying healthy on her special food. Come say “hi” to Tilly, and let her show you how much she’d love to be with your family.
 
Join Our Newsletter

Click HERE to sign up for our email newsletter!

Facebook FanBox
Who's Online
We have 4 guests online