KLK's mission is to relieve the suffering of helpless, abused, neglected and abandoned cats in Kuwait by bringing them to the United States, providing medical care, and facilitating adoptions to loving forever homes.
Kitty Love Kuwait was founded in 2012 when International Flight Attendant, Deborah Grant, saw a starving kitten outside of her Kuwaiti hotel and brought it in her room to feed and nurture. Realizing the kitten's fate would not be good when she left Deborah made the decision to bring the kitten back to the United States where she found a loving family to adopt it. That was the beginning of Kitty Love Kuwait and kitten rescue.
Kitty Love Kuwait is a foster-based Maryland private foundation under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3). It brings in approximately twenty cats every month from Kuwait to the United States, provides them with veterinary care including spaying and neutering (and sometimes far more extensive medical treatment), places them in volunteer foster care homes, provides for their care until they are ready for adoption, screens all potential adopters, and helps arrange transportation as needed between the foster and adoptive homes.
There are many ways to join us in our efforts in saving the lives of abandoned cats in Kuwait. You can support KLK with a monetary donation or by donating food, supplies or medicine. Your tax deductible contribution will help us save the lives of as many cats as possible. To donate supplies please send an inquiry in the contact us section of the site and someone will contact you.