Kittens Unlimited was founded in 2002 by Pamela Iversen.
It is a small, non-for-profit, 501 (c) (3) rescue that does its best to help with the overwhelming cat overpopulation problem in Ohio.
We rescue cats from pound and owners who can no longer take care of them as well as taking in strays from the local animal control. We are quick to respond to emails and, unless something is going on, will return any adoption requests within 2 days.
We have a large barn, and are looking forward to opening our shelter to farm animals and horses. We have several stalls, a house, and our shelter. Our shelter is where our cats are kept. Because we do not believe in caging our animals other than for medical reasons, our cats are kept in rooms according to their age, needs, and personalities and are matched with cats with similar personalities. We have a Volunteer, Deb, who lives in the house next to the shelter so we are sure that our animals have 24 hour care. All of our animals receive some of the best Vet care, seeing Dr. Daniel Beer with Care Pet Clinic here in Columbus and if there is an emergency or the animal has something Dr. Beer is unable to treat, we take them to MedVet. It is clear our animals get the best care.
Kittens Unlimited is located just outside of Canal Winchester. Because all the Volunteers at Kittens Unlimited also work, all viewings are done by appointment and only after the Adoption Application has been submitted to the shelter's satisfaction. The application does not obligate you to adopt but makes the process go much smoother.