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WHAT IS DOMINO'S CAT RESCUE LEAGUE?

What is Domino's Cat Rescue League?

Domino's Cat Rescue League is a non-profit 501(c)(3) special NO-KILL, cage free, adoption cattery located in Palm City, Florida, offering a healthy, safe and loving environment for kittens and cats. It is a place where cats can become kittens again and kittens can grow up to enjoy the love of a caring family when adopted.

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THANK YOU TO OUR CATSABLANCA SPONSORS!

A heartfelt THANK YOU to the sponsors of this year's Catsablanca.  It's a very special event because we are celebrating the 15th anniversary of our rescuing, sheltering and finding homes for abandoned, orphaned, or abused cats and kittens.  Without the ongoing help from our supporters, these efforts could not exist.  Click the READ MORE button to learn more about our sponsors!

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HOLIDAY BAZAAR

Once again, we will have our traditional holiday bazaar complete with small gift items, holiday crafts, refreshments, raffles and a petting zoo for the kids!

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2017 Calendars

2017 Calendars

Our 2017 calendar is on sale NOW!  Don't miss the opportunity to see the our 12 "Catmates of the Month" as well as lots of adorable small photos of current and former Domino's kitties.  They are a great holiday gift for any animal lover.  This year's calendar is dedicated to Tiiu Evans who conceived of the idea more than 7 years ago.  Her passing earlier this year saddened us all, but she lives on through this calendar.  Her kitty, Buddy, is one of this year's Catmates!

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Sponsor a Special Needs Kitty

We offer our Sponsor a Special Kitty program for people who want to support our mission but cannot adopt. 

It costs approximately $95 a month for each cat who resides in our shelter. This includes food, litter, medical care, staffing, and operating expenses.

As a no-kill shelter, we provide compassionate care for all who come through our doors. Of course, we hope they will all find "Forever" homes, but some are less likely to because they have medical conditions or may be too shy for most potential adopters.

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