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Our Mission

Our Mission
CLP Animal Rescue is dedicated to humanely reducing the population and suffering of homeless breeding feral cats: one spay/neuter and adoption at a time in central Florida.
Our Purpose & Goals
Carrie always dreamed of helping animals. When she was 12 years old, she started volunteering and fostering kitties. She hasn’t stopped since.
Over the years, she has shifted her focus on the over-population of homeless feral cats and kittens. She dedicates herself to helping as many cats as possible to no longer have to breed litter after litter outside with no one to care for them.
At the age of 26, Carrie became a certified 501(c)3 organization with her own rescue group and support team in place.
CLP Animal Rescue
EIN 87-3420909
Not-for-Profit 501(c)3 animal rescue organization
in central Florida

Tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated


Adoption Policy

Adoption Policy
Adoption application is required. For renters, we do check with your landlord to make sure pets are allowed. Kittens are normally required to be adopted in pairs or to a home with another young kitty champion to prevent single kitten syndrome.
Adoption fee includes spay/neuter prior to adoption, up-to-date vaccinations, micro-chip, FIV/FELV negative, dewormed, flea treated, and have a clean bill of health. Note that these are rescued cats and we cannot guarantee, or be held liable, for any health issues after adoption.
Adoption Process
Inquire via email
Complete and submit Application
Submit copy of pet lease agreement with landlord/property manager
Meet and greet after application is approved
Arrange to take your new pet home

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