...devoted to the stray cats and kittens on the streets of, West Michigan.


We specialize in F.I.P. treatments, abandoned neonatal kittens, pregnant and nursing queens, CH cats, and other special medical need kitties. We also work with a lot of hoarding/overpopulated stray/feral situations!


Kittens In The Mitten, Inc.


The only way we can fulfill our mission is with your donations to help fund medical treatment and care for stray/ sick/ needy cats.
Kittens In The Mitten Inc is a 501c3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible in accordance with State and Federal tax laws. 





If you would like to adopt any of these angels,


be sure to go to download an adoption application by clicking HERE


and send it to Chalsey by clicking HERE!

These cats have been through some extremely disturbing things and were lucky enough to survive to share their success stories! 

(SOME of them are available for adoption and some have already been adopted. If you wish to adopt one of the survivors, please go to "Single Cats" below this to check if they are available!)




If you have a big heart, these stories are going to be hard. However, they deserve for their voices to be heard! These stories might help change someone's view on cats and what is acceptable as a morally responsible member of society and pet owner!

These catsare cats who need a special home due to disabilities. We believe every cat deserves a chance at a healthy life full of love, regardless of disabilities! They are extremely loving and loyal, and they just need that special someone to give them a chance!

These are cats who are ready to be adopted and looking for their furever homes! Most of these cats get along with other pets, are good with children, etc. But some may not be, so please read the descriptions on their pictures for that information!

Separating a bonded pair is very traumatic on any bonded cat. The cat will mourn the loss of their best friend, and unfortunately they can become depressed, and often times develop behavioural issues. This is one of many reasons why it is so important for shelters, rescues, fosters, etc., to adopt bonded pairs together regardless of how long they have to wait for a home.







Harrison is a survivor! This poor guy was living on the streets in Holland, Michigan (on Harrison and 21st Street) when he was kicked by someone who ultimately broke his jaw in many places! Luckily, with our experience in trapping, we set an inviting trap out for him and got him fast! We took him to the emergency vet who informed us Harrison had not been eating or drinking.  After getting Harrison stable again, we were referred to a special vet who has a lot of experience with these kinds of injuries!


So far, he has had one of two surgeries! His first surgery left him with a wired shut jaw. Those wires were just taken out and he is preparing for his second, and hopefully FINAL surgery!


Harrison has been adopted by an amazing woman who is going to be able to provide everything he needs, even if that includes future medical care, given the severity of his injuries. We are so happy to have been able to help Harrison find a home! However, your donations are what provided this opportunity for Harrison so we can't thank you all enough for your help and support!