Kitty City


Rating: 4.6

Average rating from 25 reviews.

(4.6 out of 5, based on 25 reviews)

36 Union Street SouthCONCORD, NC 28025
Hours: 5 to 8 PM week days

1107 miles away
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Reader's Reviews (25)
Rating: 5

Purrfect Pet Source

posted 6 years ago

Kitty City is one of the best attractions in Historic Downtown Concord. They do an incredible job of caring for the cats that find their way there, and then finding them good homes.
Besides this operation, their parent organization, Cabarrus CARES also works to help Senior Citizens get their pets spayed or neutered and to feed them during these tough times. They work with Meals-on-Wheels to get pet food distributed.
Patsy B goes to many area schools to do presentations educating kids about caring for pets. Many of the kids work to raise funds too!

Pros: The staff get to know the cats well to make the best fit with a human

Cons: A little crowded - they need more space

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Rating: 5

Eye-Catching Storefront Adoption Sight

posted 7 years ago

This small place in the downtown area of Concord is a draw for potential adopters. The staff is friendly and helpful.

Pros: Very Visable

Cons: none

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