Feed the Kitty

Feed the Kitty Every dollar or bag of food donated to Feed the Kitty (formerly Pussycat Pantry) goes to purchasing cat food for locals to feed their cats. Our volunteers go out every night feeding cats on the Big Island of Hawaii and pay for the food out of their own pocket.

Our island cat colonies live in a harsh environment. The volunteers also have to carry gallons of fresh water in addition to cat food as there are no sources of fresh water on the Kona side of the island. Our non-profit organization is dedicated to providing food for the volunteer feeders. We work closely with a number of Big Island non-profit organizations that help with TNR (Trap-Nueter-Return) for the feral cats. While these wonderful charity organizations offer free spay/neuter services for the cats there is a desperate need to help with feeding cats once they are returned back into their colonies. Every dollar donated to our non-profit organization Feed the Kitty (formerly Pussycat Pantry) goes to purchasing cat food for the feral cats. Without volunteers feeding cats in numerous local cat colonies many cats would suffer from dehydration and malnutrition. Many people believe that the cats should just eat mice and rats. They do! However there are no sources of fresh water on the Kona side of the big island of Hawaii and most of the cats live in very barren conditions.

Operating as usual

UPDATE:As of April 26, 2021, The Kona Dump will, until a permanent solution is reached, allow cat feeding and watering t...
04/23/2021
The Kona Dump Is Authorizing 100% Water Deprivation And 100% Food Deprivation To Slowly Dehydrate, Starve And Kill 100-150 Abandoned Cats - WHERE'S THE ALOHA?

UPDATE:
As of April 26, 2021, The Kona Dump will, until a permanent solution is reached, allow cat feeding and watering to continue. Mahalo to one and all who reached out with their care and concerns!

https://movingtokona.com/the-kona-dump-is-authorizing-100-water-deprivation-and-slow-starvation-of-100-150-abandoned-cats/

As of 04/26/2021, The Kona Dump will, until a permanent solution is reached, allow cat feeding to continue - Thanks to one and all who called with their care and concerns. I think everyone agrees that the cats at the dump need a better solution, place to live and access to food, water and shelter. A

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Easter Lilies are toxic to cats.

02/25/2021

UPDATE: She came home!! Mahalo to everyone who searched for her.

We were fostering a dog and it attacked our fluffy black and white tuxedo kitty Wednesday night Feb 24, 2021. She ran off and is likely injured. please contact us if seen.

Please share on your page. Help us bring home our little girl. We have posted on AdvoCATS, Love Those Dog Paws, Kua Kats, Feed the Kitty, and Kona Foster Felines

Injured cats and kittens will usually hide under houses, trees, bushes, cars , and any structure. Please look around your yard for Oreo Cookie.

Near lewa place and Nani Kailua
Neighborhood Niki place, melelina place, Lilia Place

Let's help find Pebbles. Kinue Rd, Captain Cook.My step mother’s cat climbed her fence 2days ago and hasn’t returned hom...
07/20/2020

Let's help find Pebbles. Kinue Rd, Captain Cook.
My step mother’s cat climbed her fence 2days ago and hasn’t returned home. She did leave with a pink collar similar to the one in photo. Please if any sees her call/text. Mahalo for your kokua!

Have a rodent problem?  We have cats!We are on the Kailua-Kona side about eight miles south of Costco. We are willing to...
06/11/2020

Have a rodent problem? We have cats!

We are on the Kailua-Kona side about eight miles south of Costco. We are willing to drive all over the island to re-home to a good home Have mice or rats? We have cats looking for work at your farm or yard. They are natural pest control. No chemicals, no traps.

We have been fostering some beautiful outdoor cats looking for a permanent home with a yard / farm to patrol and do what they do best! We can provide a large kennel to keep them in your yard for a couple weeks till they get used to their new surroundings. They will help keep your property mouse / rodent / rat free. We adopt them out in pairs or sometimes three or more. A ready made colony. They are bonded with each other and depending on how big your property is you will probably need a small colony. They still need fresh water and food put out for them but that does not affect their mousing. It is in their nature.

They were rescued from a colony as kittens. They were in a bad situation in the colonies and they never became what you would call a"lap kitty." While friendly enough, they prefer to be outdoor kitties on the prowl for rodents and are ready for a forever home! All have been spayed, neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated, tested for feline leukemia / AIDS and flea treated.

Small rehoming fee - all donations go to the spay/neuter and care of future rescues

Thanks! Gina

This is one of the 7 sick kittens we received last night. Kitty has an upper respiratory infection. Feeling much better ...
01/14/2020

This is one of the 7 sick kittens we received last night. Kitty has an upper respiratory infection. Feeling much better after a morning Sub-Q and eyes and nose cleaning.

Today only!
11/03/2019

Today only!

07/03/2019
Kona Foster Felines

UPDATE: He was adopted!!!

This absolutely gorgeous male Kitty that we have nickname Zeus is available for adoption. He was diagnosed about 3 weeks ago with feline leukemia. He presented healthy but we test all Foster kittens for feline leukemia and Feline AIDS. Feline leukemia is only contagious to other cats and only through saliva.
He is extremely healthy right now. The virus does not harm the cat, it just can lower the immune system so opportunistic illnesses can take hold. He would need a better diet and a bi-yearly checkup which we can provide the checkups.
We will perform another test in six months as he could actually shed the virus.
He would do well as an indoor cat with another feline leukemia Kitty, a dog or by himself. He was turned into to the Humane Society and his previous owners left the island and just let him loose. So he was probably suffered a bite from another cat and contracted the virus. Our vet said that he could live a very normal long life in a low stress environment.
He is super friendly and very loving. This is what cat rescue is all about.
Zeus could use a loving forever home.
Please contact us for more information.

We're back! It is kitten season. These two Cuties are at Petco today. We will be coming every Saturday during kitten sea...
06/01/2019

We're back! It is kitten season. These two Cuties are at Petco today. We will be coming every Saturday during kitten season

Pussycat Pantry
05/29/2019

Pussycat Pantry

Pussycat Pantry's cover photo
05/29/2019

Pussycat Pantry's cover photo

12/07/2017

This is Gabby . Some thoughtless person literally dumped her . We recovered her during a routine trapping . She’s my Girl. She’s a talker hence the name Gabby.🐈😃

04/09/2017

Gabby. Jabber. Jabber. Jabber.

Little tiger
12/21/2016

Little tiger

Karl. He was captured and we thought his jaw was broken.  He actually has no bottom teeth which gives him a sideways smi...
11/18/2015

Karl. He was captured and we thought his jaw was broken. He actually has no bottom teeth which gives him a sideways smirk. Karl has feline leukemia. We moniter his health in the colony

We spay and neuter our ferals at the free AdvoCAT monthly clinic
11/18/2015

We spay and neuter our ferals at the free AdvoCAT monthly clinic

We spay and neuter our ferals at the free AdvoCAT monthly clinic

Rescued kittens we found a forever home for
11/18/2015

Rescued kittens we found a forever home for

Rescued kittens we found a forever home for

Pussycat Pantry's cover photo
11/04/2015

Pussycat Pantry's cover photo

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Every dollar donated to Pussycat Pantry goes to purchasing food for the feral cats

Without our feeders, our cat colonies would suffer from dehydration and malnutrition. Our feral cats are fed by local volunteers who purchase the food out of their own pockets. Some visitors to our beautiful island throw food and for some reason a lot of pizza down on the ground for us. While we like pizza especially ones with anchovies (meow!) it is more healthy for us to have dry and wet cat food. Our feeders also bring the cats gallons of fresh water. There are no sources of fresh water on the Kona side of the big island of Hawaii. Without our feeders, we would suffer from dehydration and malnutrition. While there are thousands of feral cats you may never see one as they only come out at night .

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Thank you for the bags of food! The cats and the people who feed them appreciate it so much. Keep up the good work. TNRM works! #cats lives matter!