To donate, you can mail a check to:
TINY PAWS KITTEN RESCUE
901 S. Lowry, Stillwater OK 74074.
We also have a donation drop box by the front door of the rescue.
You can bring supplies to the rescue.
Call us to make arrangements: 405-612-0071.
We are always in need of:
Litter (clumping, nonclumping), cat toys, cat carriers / top-opening pet carriers, Science Diet dry kitten food, Beech-nut baby food chicken with chicken broth, unscented baby wipes, heating pads (NO AUTO SHUT-OFF), pet bedding, scratch pads, cardboard flats (for disposable litter boxes)
paper towels, tall trash bags, dish soap, bleach, disinfecting wipes, latex or vinyl gloves (S,M,L), paper towels, bleach, window cleaner
You can also donate online:
Donate using PayPal:
Visit our Amazon Wish List
Order through Smile Amazon. Specify "Tiny Paws" as your chosen charity and the kittens will receive an additional donation from Amazon at no cost to you.
Monetary donations help with medical costs and saving the kittens. Neonatal babies are labor intensive and often require emergency and extended medical care. Most of the babies are rescued from perilous circumstances. Many of the babies arrive in critical medical condition. Tiny Paws does not refuse a kitten because of its dire needs. We give it all the medical care required to save its life.
Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue, Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit agency.
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The Wonkie Fund
Five month old Wonkie was brought to the rescue in a tattered cardboard box by farm workers who had found him the night before. He was starved, sick and limping in pain. X-rays determined that a bullet is lodged near his spine. The veterinarian diagnosed that the bullet had to be removed because as Wonkie grew the bullet would become more deeply imbedded in his spine, causing greater damage and eventually, death. Although Tiny Paws is a neonatal kitten rescue we never turn away an injured or sick animal. Tiny Paws took this kitty with the commitment to care for him to whatever extent was needed. There are no funds in the budget for benevolent care of animals outside the scope of the Rescue. Generous donors raised over $1000 for Wonkie’s surgery. Sadly, Wonkie did not survive the procedure. But in the short time he was with us he left a lasting impression on our hearts as a tiny spirit who overcame the cruelty that left him to die.
Donations to THE WONKIE FUND are used for emergency, lifesaving medical care of kittens outside the scope of the Rescue. Specify “Wonkie Fund” with your donation.