We are a non-profit organization dedicated to rescue of abandoned & orphaned kittens, pregnant cats, mama cats & their kittens through foster care. So many kittens are in need of a loving home.

Kitten Angels runs weekly adoptions clinics at the following locations and on the days indicated.

*Due to Covid-19, not all locations are having  adoption clinics at this time. Please call the store prior to attending one of the clinics listed below. Thank you for your understanding during this difficult time. Stay safe.

  1. Saturdays at PetSmart located in the Mohawk Commons Mall at 406 Balltown Road (corner of State Street and Balltown Road) in Niskayuna from 11AM to 3 PM (see map). 
  2. On every other Sunday at Pet Supplies Plus in the University Plaza at 1235 Western Ave in Albany from 11 AM to 3 PM (see map),
  3. Saturdays at PetSmart located at 609 Troy Schenectady Rd in Latham from 12 PM to 3 PM (see map),
  4. Saturdays Petco (Clifton Park) at 6 Halfmoon Crossing Blvd in Halfmoon from 12 noon to 3 PM (see map), and
  5. every other (Sunday) Petsmart located in Amsterdam Commons at 4930 State Highway 30 in Amsterdam from 11 AM to 2 PM (see map). To confirm dates of Amsterdam Clinics, please text or call Lori @ 518-844-1828.

Please call the location of your choice before attending the clinic, as times and days may change due to other events in the community. Other select events around the Capital Region are held throughout the year. Please see our events calendar.


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2020 was a very tough year for all of us at Kitten Angels. Due to the pandemic, we were unable to do our planned fundraising events nor were we able to perform our adoption clinics. Thankfully, our volunteers stepped up to the challenge and reinvented our practices and because of it we did an amazing number of adoptions despite the difficulties imposed by COVID-19. Unfortunately, the recession also caused a greater number of Rehomes this year with owners no longer being able to care for them but we were able to find them new homes as well.

2020 also was not kind to our furry friends either. In an un pandemic related turn of events we saw record numbers of severely injured and sick Angels who needed our help. With the help of our supporters, we were able to return them to good health and find them loving homes. Even so this has taken a heavy toll to our finances.

We asked a lot of everyone in 2020 we know, but at the start of 2021 we would ask for your continued support to be able to help those at-risk Angels who would not make it without all of us. It is because of your donations and help that we can do this for them.

Thank you for all that you do.

Judie Janco