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Welcome to Kindness For Cats, Inc!

KFCI is a small group of foster parents who volunteer for Orange County Animal Services (OCAS) in Orlando, FL.  We provide safe, comfortable and stress-free environments for at least a few of the countless kittens and cats abandoned at the shelter and attempt to find them permanent loving homes while in our care.  Please click on the "Kittens & Cats" tab at the top of the page for photos and information about our furry friends available for adoption.

KFCI also promotes spaying and neutering, the key to combating the heart-wrenching problem of unwanted pet over-population and so many deaths of healthy, friendly kittens and cats. We believe that education and information for all pet owners is also imperative. We've created this website in part to provide resources for those seeking information on a variety of cat topics.

Check out our page Highlights & Accomplishments to learn more about what we do!  Thank you for visiting! 

 **Please note: KFCI is unable to take in cats and kittens outside of Orange County Animal Services.  We are a very small group whose main focus is on the feline population at OCAS due to the thousands of stray or surrendered cats and kittens euthanized there every year.  We have created and linked many resources on this website hoping to help those of you needing assistance.  Please see the "Cat Care" & "Resources" menu at the top of this page for a list of information.



Highlighted Cats
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  Chester C. Arthur, the C is for Cat
Meet Chester C. Arthur, the C is for Cat! This little man is a bit shy at first but comes out of his shell pretty quickly. He LOVES other cats, and he loves human pets but is often apprehensive at first. He likely had a rough kittenhood, so he's learning to trust again, but as soon as you scratch more about Chester C. Arthur, the C is for Cat
Meet Star - a spayed female approximately 5 months old and part of a bonded pair (North).  Before coming to her current foster home, she was terrified at the shelter.  After working with her, she came around and is very comfortable with her foster mom, but still wary of strangers. more about Star
Meet North - a spayed female approximately 5 months old and part of a bonded pair (Star).  She came to her current foster home because she was terrified at the shelter.  After working with her, she turned into a very loving kitty. While she is very comfortable around her foster mom, more about North
Highlighted News
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Kitten Cuddle at Rollins -- Wednesday April 28th, 2021
Tiny Dusty Saved by FD, OCAS & Kindness! -- Saturday April 24th, 2021
I Found a Litter of Kittens! What Should I Do? -- Wednesday March 31st, 2021
Kitten Season Has Begun! -- Tuesday March 23rd, 2021

HELP! I found these kittens...what should I do?

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