Kitty Kisses Rescue of Reno (KKRR) is a non-profit charity organization serving Reno, NV that focuses on cat welfare and resources. 

KKRR is built on 4 important pillars: 


To promote a kind, caring, compassionate, and considerate attitude toward every cat.


To raise awareness and educate the public about appropriate cat care/welfare.


To advocate for responsible, reliable and accountable pet guardianship.


To encourage a sense of admiration, esteem, high regard and honor for all felines.

KKRR is a non-profit 501(c)3 charity organization that provides the Reno community with the following services and resources:

  • Cat welfare activities such as cat advocacy and promoting cat care.

  • Humane education that supports responsible cat guardianship/companionship and cat retention.

  • Assistance in finding fosters and/or assistance with rehoming cats via courtesy listings to our audience. Assistance with tending to abandoned/stray cats.

  • Assistance for cat guardians in need of food and/or other cat care supplies.

In the future, KKRR will take on additional services for the human and feline community in Reno. You can contact us at [email protected]

General resources we recommend

International Cat Care: Cat Care Advice Happy healthy cats require good owner knowledge and understanding. Find everything about keeping your cat happy, healthy and safe. Find out what your cat and your vet would want you to know!
ASPCA: General Cat Care ASPCA veterinarians and behaviorists offer up tips, solutions and answers to some of your most frequently asked feline questions to keep your kitty happy and healthy. and
Fetch by WebMD Trusted, comprehensive information and resources for your cat’s health.
Best Friends Animal Society Cat Training and Cat Health
Cat Care Society When you need information or someone to turn to, we recommend these resources for all your cat-related needs.
Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine Feline Health Topics We know that finding reliable information on the web can be difficult at times. The Cornell Feline Health Center offers a variety of articles, brochures, and videos online for cat owners and enthusiasts alike. You will find links to articles and brochures that help answer frequently asked questions as well as links to videos that demonstrate how to groom, medicate, and care for your cat.
Cat Adoption Team You and your cat matter to us! We want you to have a successful relationship and a strong bond. Whether you’re struggling with a cat behavior problem or just want to learn more about cat care, you’ll find answers here: 
Alley Cat Allies Community Cat Care –
American Veterinary Medical Association Educate yourself on proper pet care and pet health problems by asking questions and finding answers from reliable, trusted sources of information—such as your veterinarian, their staff and the pages on this site.
The Humane Society of the United States Cats bring joy and companionship to millions of people. Here’s how you can take care of them:
Fear Free Happy Homes You want what’s best for your pets, and so do we. As pet owners and animal lovers ourselves, we want to help you give your pets happy, healthy, full lives by providing all the expert-reviewed tips and tricks you need in one convenient place. Take a look around. Your pets will thank you!:
Jackson Galaxy I believe that the pathway to a happy life with your cat is through understanding all cats so that you can know your cat, and can depend your relationship with them. Whether you’re here to solve a problem or prevent it from happening in the first place, I’ve put together a thorough catalog of posts & videos to get you where you need to go. I encourage you to explore it all:
American Association of Feline Practitioners Cat Owner Educational Materials:
Pet First Aid App
Nevada Humane Society Animal Help Desk

Specific topics we frequently get asked about