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Make a Gift

Your financial contribution allows us to provide spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations, vet care, food, and supplies for rescued cats and kittens.

Donate Supplies

View our Amazon Wishlist to see what we need and order items to be shipped directly to us.

Be a Fairy Godparent!

Each Friday we’ll feature a foster in need of a Fairy Godparent, someone who can supply them with their favorite treats or meals from time to time (the frequency is up to you – monthly, quarterly, whatever fits your budget). Let us know when you’ve ordered their item and we’ll send you an update about that foster.


Petaluma is our first cinderella, the first foster feature. Petaluma along with her friend Murietta have been with Kitty Revolution the longest – in fact, they were our very first intakes! Petaluma comes from a hoarder house, filled to the rafters with garbage. She and Murietta learned to survive by avoiding the rest of the cats in the house. Too much stuff, too many cats. The two of them lived up in the rafters. They were some of the easier cats to catch in the house because the people who trapped them didn’t have to navigate through the towers of stuff. So much stuff! Years later, Petaluma and Murietta still prefer to live up high. They spend a lot of their time up on the highest shelf in the room. They do have friends in the room and they often come down to curl up with a friend or two. They still have a strong mistrust of humans so when a human enters, they head for their shelf. Petaluma does chatter up a storm to her caregiver at meal time, which proves she doesn’t hate her. She and Murietta are still working on trust.

They’ve been with us for over three years and we’ll continue to give them time to unwind. They don’t hate humans. They just don’t trust them yet.

Petaluma does love her food. Her favorite is Weruva Paw Lickin’ Pals Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food (5.5-oz, case of 24… she’s very specific). If you’d like to be her Fairy Godparent, you could purchase it from our Chewy wish list – In return for sending her favorite meal, Petaluma will gladly update you on her life on the top shelf.


Dandelion has an incredibly rare disease – brittle bone disease. It’s unheard of in cats! When his calcium level dips too low, Dandelion can have a seizure. If it goes too high, he can have a heart attack.

Dandelion was first diagnosed with brittle bone disease after a very small fall caused his shoulder blade to shatter. His front leg needed to be amputated as a result.

Months later, Dandelion looked very punkish. He spent a week at the ER with incredibly low calcium levels. After much research, his diagnosis finally arrived – brittle bone disease.

Dandelion has spent almost two years trying to get his med levels just right. He goes in weekly for blood work to see where his calcium is. His meds get adjusted accordingly.

Dandelion would love it if you sent him Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Goldie Lox and the 3 Fares Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food from our Chewy wish list –

In return for sending his favorite food, Dandelion will happily highlight his hoppy life for you.