Adoption times may be delayed due to limited veterinary availability for spays and neuters.

We, and all of our kitties, appreciate your understanding and patience.

The Foster Kitten Project

Saving Kittens One Bottle At A Time

The Foster Kitten Project specializes in orphaned and abandoned neonatal kittens, defined as newborns up until four weeks of age.

Many shelters are unable to take in these kittens due to their intensive round the clock care, because of this; they are one of the largest groups euthanized in the United States every year.

The Foster Kitten Project rescues these kittens and gives them a fighting chance at life.

Learn more about The Foster Kitten Project and our founder here.


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July 30st-31th, 10am-4pm

Are you thinking about adopting a furry family member from a local shelter or rescue group? Are you interested in meeting the great people who run our wonderful, adoption-driven humane organizations? How about just a fun event to attend, meet fellow animal lovers, and maybe even win some great prizes?

If you answered yes to any of these, then you should attend Pets in Omaha's Pick-a-Pooch (and kitties, too!) Adoption Day Event!

The Foster Kitten Project will be there all weekend with kittens and selling our handmade cat toys.

NOTE: animals will not be allowed to be taken home from the event. All potential adopters must complete the adoption process. However, you can begin the process by filling out the below adoption application for 'Waitlist Kitten.' Once approved, you will have the pick of the litter and no waiting.

Adoptable Kitties

August 3rd-7th

Join us at the Sarpy County Fair, fun for the whole family. We will have raffle prizes and our handmade cat toys for purchase.

The fair will have additional activities, like a carnival, live music, and food.

Click here for more information.

We are FKP's Most 'un'Wanted

The below cats have been with The Foster Kitten Project for more than six months without even one adoption application.

They are healthy, loving, and purrfect but can be a little shy, meaning they need someone patient enough to allow their personalities to come to life. We promise they are worth it.

"Will you adopt us or share our profiles on social media?"

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Hello, my name is Spock.

I don't know why I'm so shy. I'd love to tell you it was because my mother neglected me, and it might've been, but I don't remember her. Thankfully, I had an incredible surrogate mother (Cheyenne) who cared for me, kept me clean, and loved me. I had terrific littermates, too; they snuggled with me, kept me company, and played with me.

However, for some reason, I'm a timid boy. (That cage at Petsmart didn't help, that scared the crap out of me). I think it's because I'm very analytical and like to assess the situation before jumping in, unlike other kitties. I don't think I'll ever be the life of the party, but if you give me a chance, I could be the love of your life.

Once we become besties, I'll sit on your lap and let you tell me stories. I'll also purr songs to you at night in bed while you scratch behind my ears.

Adopt Spock

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