Almost Home Adoptions for rescued cats (aka Almost Home) is a no-kill, private 501c3 nonprofit, cage-free rescue and adoption center. Almost Home does not receive government funding (tax dollars) like the municipal (kill) shelters receive, and therefore depend on generous and caring individual donors and volunteers to keep our doors open. Almost Home is dedicated to finding loving, responsible homes for rescued, homeless, and abused animals. This video will gives you a glimpse into Almost Home Adoptions for rescued cats, what we do, and how much we care.
The cage-free environment helps in the overall physical and mental health of the cats, and it provides a communal living environment for the cats with plenty of horizontal, vertical and cubical space for exercise and play.
The fully enclosed outdoor enclosure (the “Catio”) provides a safe environment in which the kitties can enjoy fresh air and sunlight.
Almost Home takes in homeless, abused and abandoned cats and kittens. Many cats that find their way to Almost Home are strays. Our residents come primarily from the streets of Colorado and public shelters where they had once been scheduled to be killed.
Almost Home is one of the few area rescues that takes in orphaned and abandoned “bottle babies” (babies not yet weaned). Often weighing only a few ounces, bottle babies must be kept warm and fed around the clock.
Special Needs Cats, Sanctuary, Hospice
We do not turn cats away due to age, medical need, or “lack of adoptability.” Almost Home is a safe haven for several older, chronically ill, or handicapped cats. These cats are able to live full and happy lives with medical care, adoration and the connection to life to which they are all worthy. Almost Home provides consoling care and a warm, loving environment for chronically or terminally ill cats to live out their lives in comfort.
Medical treatment and follow-up care is obtained and provided for sick or injured cats and kittens.