NC Paws Rescue is a 501c3 charity. Why NC Paws? Because Pets Are Worth Saving.
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Our mission is to help our furry friends find their forever homes...whether it be rescuing from high kill shelters, the streets, an abusive home, fostering or transporting - each of us can do something! We want them to know the love and kindness they deserve. When we place one of our rescues, we do so after careful consideration. This way, we can be confident that each one is placed in a loving home. Therefore, a good fit for the rescued baby as well as its new human family.
Check out the different ways you can help!
You can donate to the vet directly - Conover Veterinary Hospital - 828-465-5720 - just put it on our account!
You can donate time by helping us take care of the cats we have at Petco .
You can donate items - food, litter, formula - check out our wish list!
Of course, monetary donations are always accepted!
You can contact us in several different ways.
email, phone 828-820-2333.
A bit about our adoption process
Our adoption fee is $150 per cat or kitten adopted. You can see our cats and kittens for adoption at Petco in Hickory or you can see them at Petfinder.com and AdoptAPet.com. We do not do same day adoptions. You must first fill out an adoption application for our review. Applications are reviewed in the order they are received. Not all applications are accepted. If your application is approved for the adoption, we will contact you with information about the next steps. .
You can click here to
Apply To Adopt or scan the QR code below.
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You can also check out our cats and kittens for adoption at Petfinder.com
Spay and Neuter Please!
Did you know that in just seven years, a single pair of cats and their offspring could produce a staggering total of 420,000 kittens? That is a lot of cats. Please spay and neuter your pets.
Free Kittens Are NOT Really Free
When you adopt from NC Paws Rescue you are adopting a cat or kitten that has already been to the vet and has been spayed/neutered and given all the age appropriate shots.