K9Kastle Corp. is a small, not-for-profit rescue group, taking animals from bad situations and rehabilitating and rehoming them. We get many, many cats and dogs from the NYC shelters, where the rescue coordinators work very hard to place every last animal in a better situation. Many kittens come in with street colds, and we get them veterinary care, medications, specialists when necessary, and manage to find wonderful homes for all. If you're interested in fostering, please write us and let us know--and be sure to say what the letter is about in the subject line, or we won't know to read it. (too much bad spam!)
Many, many of our cats and dogs are rescued with debilitating illnesses, fractures, congenital conditions, and we rarely say "no." We have several amazing vets who take care of them, do surgeries, chiropractic, acupuncture and more, and some are hospitalized for weeks. But in the end, we have remarkable pets who are grateful for the love they find in their adoptive homes. But, all this costs money. Lots of it. Our vets are great to us, but we could use all the help we can get.
We also rescue small, elderly dogs, or special needs dogs, and would love foster homes so we can do more of that too. Let us know if you're interested in fostering. That can be a two day or a many-month commitment, so be prepared. Our adoption fees will vary depending on the dog.
If you're planning on adopting, please take note of the following: We ask for a tax-deductible donation. and we also ask that you be aware that cats respond to the stress of moving, traveling, changing environments, and other factors in many ways--including hiding, temporary litter box issues, suppressed immune systems, eating disorders. That is not to say every cat will respond that way, but you should be sensitive to the needs of your new family member, and patient till any issues are resolved. Please let us know if you want an application in Word or in Word Perfect. We get so many calls from adopters who can't find their new cats, and are in a panic. We certainly understand this (most of the cats did the same to us when they first came into foster care), but we know they come out at night to eat, play, use the litter box, and then hide when they hear us. That last a week or so, and then they adjust.
If you would like short-term love and can foster cats of dogs for us till they're adopted, please contact us by e-mail and we'll gladly send you an application.
Who We Are
K9Kastle Corp is a small, not-for-profit, 501 (c) (3), rescue organization that finds animals in undesireable situations and places them in terrific adoptive homes. We welcome many pets for placement on our web site, though cannot always find foster homes for them. (Occasionally, we can foster certain animals, but we are NOT a shelter or kennel.) Please e-mail us if you have a pet to place, and we will try to post it. Please be sure to include a full description, including gender, neutered or not, size, age, physical attributes, health history to the extent you know it, personality attributes, whether there are any special needs or considerations, whether the pet is good with small children, etc. Please try to include a photo, and make sure it is smallish and low resolution.
Adopting a friend
K9Kastle is a proud member of the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, and is grateful to enjoy the generosity of Maddie's fund.
Come Visit Us!
Come to Petco on Flatbush Avenue at Utica, and at Avenue Y and 17th Street, and on 86th Street and Stillwell Avenue, all in Brooklyn, and see many of our cats and kittens there on site, available for adoption.
And now, every Sunday at Unleashed by Petco in Park Slope we bring many, many fine felines for adoption.
When you see the pet of your dreams on our site, please contact the person indicated in the description to set up a meeting.
K9Kastle@gmail.com Click here for a list of pets at this shelter