P.O. Box 391693
Solon, Ohio 44139
Monetary donations are always most welcome
and allow us to provide medical care to our
new & existing animals!  Please make checks
payable to Kelley's Kritters or donate on-line
with Paypal
, gofundme or your credit card.
For a full list of Kelley's Kritters Wish List, please click here!

  • Gift Cards - Petsmart & Pet Supplies Plus, Amazon.com
  • Clumping, scoopable litter (Tidy Cats)
  • Purina ONE dry food
  • Purina kitten food (yellow bag)
  • Dry cat food (any variety) for feral cats
  • Canned cat food (any variety) for feral cats
  • Fancy Feast wet food - specifically fish & shrimp flaked
  • KMR powder
  • Frontline Flea Treatment
  • Revolution Flea/Tick Treatment
  • Cat Beds
  • Pet cages
  • Antibiotics & Worming Medications
  • Pet coupons
"Until one has loved an animal,
a part of one's soul remains

-Anatole France
2 uncontrolled breeding cats create the following:

2 litters a year at a survival rate of 2.8 kittens per
litter. With continued breeding:

Year 1 = 12 cats
Year 2 = 66 cats
Year 3 = 2,201 cats
Year 4 = 3,822 cats
Year 5 = 12,680 cats

Multiplying to a staggering
Year 10 = 80,399,780 cats
At this time of year, small, baby kittens are very
uncommon --- in general, the cats are not
breeding.... thank goodness!!!!  The shelters &
rescue groups are given a small break!

However, don't let that stop you from adopting
your new best friend!  We have
MANY kittens in
the 4-6 month old category, available for adoption!  
Not all of them are posted on our
petfinder.com page yet!

If you are interested in adopting a kitten/cat,
please fill out the
pre-adoption application.

You can email it to kelleyskritters@yahoo.com
Peanut is a 5 year old Somali/Domestic Long Hair cat that was rescued as a
small kitten (upper right photo).  She was extremely malnourished weighed
only 0.2 pounds!  In a matter of one week, she began to gain weight and thrive
(lower right photo).  After being treated for ringworm, her fur became beautiful
and she has grown up to be a beautiful, extremely loving and loyal cat.  

In the last 1 ½ years, Peanut has developed wheezing and has shown signs of
respiratory distress.  She underwent a rhinoscopy last July, which revealed
she has severe nasopharyngeal stenosis (narrowing of the nasal section of
the pharynx).  Despite aggressive antibiotic and steroid treatment, her
condition continues to decline.  The treatment for this rare condition in cats
is nasopharyngeal stenting.  To see a video of Peanut and "hear" how her
condition sounds, visit our YouTube page by clicking

This procedure will be done by a cardiologist at the Ohio State Veterinary
The expected procedure costs, with follow up care is estimated at
If you wish to make a donation towards Peanuts’ medical fund, please
">here to visit our secure PAYPAL link.  You may also make your donation
online by visiting our
GoFundMe page.

Checks can be mailed to Kelley's Kritters, P.O. Box 391693, Solon, Ohio 44139.