Helping Homeless Kitties in and around San Jose, CA - TNR Advocates
Welcome to Itty Bitty Orphan Kitty Rescue.
We are a non-profit, no-kill rescue group based in San Jose, California.  

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Adoption Fairs


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  All of our very young kittens are adopted in pairs! Please don't ask us to separate them!  To learn why, please read this:  Why Kittens Should Be Adopted in Pairs?  

  Pre-Wean Kitten Project

To learn more about our Pre-Wean Kitten Project: Click Here!

Have You Found Kittens? Contact us for a FREE PreWean Kitten Starter Pack to help you care for your found kittens at ! Or you can pick up one FREE at ANY PetFood Express Store !

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Rocket aka Baby Boy is listed as a courtesy to an independent rescuer.  He is full of energy and runs, jumps and plays with our many full grown boy cats. He is not afraid of them playing with him and he goes non-stop for a few hours then sleeps for a few hours. He is social, litter box trained, more about Rocket
  Little Bear
This is a Courtesy Listing.  Please call Dana at 650-964-1182 if you are interested in meeting Little Bear or complete an online adoption application.  Thank you!  Hi!  My name is Little Bear and I am ready for my Forever Home.  I was rescued with my kittens in more about Little Bear
Delilah is a beautiful gray and white tuxedo girl who loves to play and also loves to snuggle with her people.  She is a true lap cat and if there's a lap, she's in it. She is extremely social (although may be slow to warm up to new people) and will push her nose into your hand when she wants more about Delilah
Elise is a beautiful girl who is overflowing with  personality.  She came to us as a young feral kitten and has been in foster care since 2009!  She loves her foster mate, Buddy, and enjoys spending her days cuddling with him or watching the birds at the birdfeeder out the window. & more about Elise
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Did You Know?
Some people think that neutering their pet may hurt them. Actually, neutering helps prevent some harmful medical problems for animals and decreases their chances of getting cancer. Neutering also deters high-risk behavior such as roaming, getting into fights, and mating. So, neutering your pet doesn't hurt — it helps.   sn-savelivescd
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