Kentucky Kitty Cats, Inc.

We have been doing this for over 8 years and just continue to evolve. Our main goal is to keep cats out of our shelters so they don’t get sick and die or be euthanized. We used to hold kitties till 3-4 months and spay/neuter and send to larger rescues for store adoptions. Many of the cats we get do not do well in the stores or are skittish when we get them. So we began looking for quality homes with experienced cat owners. It seems the more we do, the less the shelters around us do. They closed their doors to intakes back early in March when the virus hit and cats are being thrown everywhere to birth and nurse kittens in the cold outdoors or wherever they can try to find safety. It is heartbreaking. Since so many new fosters have stepped up, we decided now was our time to grow. But my records are a mess. I need desperate help.

Cromwell, KY,42333
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Phone Number: (270) 256-1803



Labrador Retriever | Cave City, KY

Age : 3 Years 10 MonthsAdultMaleMediumPoodle (Standard)



affectionate gentle doesWellInCar intelligent lap leashtrained obedient olderKidsOnly playful playsToys

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Activity Level

Moderately Active

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House Trained




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Meet Kip

Kip is such a sweet lab/labradoodle mixed boy who loves to cuddle. He has been dearly loved for his fist 3 years, but Kip has decided he has had enough with the little kid in the house, and now just can't fathom the thought of a second one coming. Kip doesn't want the family to have to rehome the children, so he has decided to put himself up for adoption. Kip wants everyone to know, he doesn't even have to get part of your bed. He is completely satisfied just laying on his bed next to your bed or on a blanket. He already knows all his basic commands and is potty trained. Kip even barks to let you know when he wants outside. If you are looking for a dog to spoil with bones and treats, take for long walks, play fetch, or even just go for car rides with, Kip is your man. He loves to go bye-bye. Kip doesn't even mind if cats are in his home, but is dog selective. He just really wants to get all the dog lovings. If you need to leave home, he will wait patiently by your window, maybe take a nap or two or watch tv, but Kip would really like to find someone that works from home or is retired. He is searching for a mature home that is all about him.  Now Kip knows that nobody is perfect, not even an awesome pooch. Kip is a bit of a nervous guy, just because he tries to be so grand. If he gets too nervous, he may need an emergency bathroom trip. He is also all about letting you know if someone knocks at the door, although most people think that is a great thing. He just wants to keep you safe. Oh and like so many doodle mixes; he isn't non-shedding, which is just fine for us too. We think he is just labraperfect just as he is.   

Adoption Process
We generally adopt out fully vetted cats and older kittens, but we are attempting some new options. Since the covid we have taken in over 140 felines, and we are not set up for this. We have cats everywhere and lots of new fosters; many of which intend to adopt once cats are spayed/neutered.

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