Who We Are
Hannah's Hope Cat Rescue is a small, non-profit organization located in Rincon, Georgia (on the outskirts of Savannah).
We currently have 12 healthy cats that need homes. If you can't commit to a long term adoption, we appreciate anyone who can foster even one cat. If you can't adopt or foster at this time, donations would be greatly appreciated. We can always use California Natural cat food, litter, Advantage flea control for cats, paper towels, old bath towels and vinegar.
Our mission has always been to help as many homeless, abandoned and helpless cats as possible with medical care, spay/neuter, socializiation and placing in loving, forever homes. We strive to promote public awareness about the importance of having all pets spayed or neutered to fight the ongoing battle of pet over population. We can't emphasize enough how important it is to keep your pets inside where they are safe from cars, predators, poisons and cruel people. If you are even considering having your cat declawed, PLEASE research it first. There are so many alternatives to declawing, such as Soft Paws. Declawing has been banned in over 33 countries because it is considered inhumane. Many cats end up on the streets or in shelters where they are euthanized because of behavioral issues due to declawing.
Adopting a Friend
We strive for a purrfect match between the cat and a forever home. If you see any of our cats that you are interested in adding to your family, please fill out the online form, submit and we will review it and call you within 24 hours..
NOTE: Please do not advertise your pet for free. Free pets often end up as dog fighting bait, in labs or face other horrible fate.
Our rescued cats live in private foster homes of volunteers. We are happy to schedule a visit with any of our cats in a calm atmosphere. We do take the cats to
Petsmart in Savannah as often as possible , but because the cats get stressed by being crated, traveling in a car and being in a noisy environment, many do not show
their true personalities. By visiting them in their foster home or adoption shelter, you are able to take your time playing, observing and bonding with them.