Calling all kittens!


As we prepare to say goodbye to 2020, our team would like to celebrate an incredible year in rescue. We had some amazing adoptions this year and even got most of our remaining 2​019 kittens adopted!

Most of all, we gained the support of so many new people in 2020. Rescue takes a village and we appreciate each and every one of you who has joined our village. Without your donations, post sha​res, and loving messages we would not be able to do what we do. Thank you.

We also must take a moment to thank our incredible team. We are an organization made up of volunteers. The people on our team do not get paid to help. They choose to help out of the goodness in their hearts. To our fosters, general volunteers, and all other members... Thank you for rocking the show.

We are looking forward to what 2021 has to offer us. We welcome the new year with thirteen current foster felines and we hope that they all find their very own forever homes!

Stay safe everyone. This year has been a tough one, but you made it. You are doing great.

Much Love,

Tiny Toes Kitten Rescue

Please consider making a tax deductible monetary donation

Donations are what keep our organization running. Without the help of our community, we cannot save lives. 


About Our Organization

In 2016 a small family was paying entirely out of their own pockets to rescue and adopt out homeless felines from a feral cat colony located on family property. They found their true passion saving the lives of vulnerable felines. After realizing that there was not enough space in the rescues already in existence to take in all of the homeless felines in the area, they decided to begin the journey of starting a rescue of their own.

Tiny Toes Kitten Rescue was founded in 2018 by that same small family who found a passion in caring for orphaned kittens. As of February 2018, Tiny Toes Kitten Rescue is now a 501c3, non-profit organization. It is entirely volunteer and foster-based, so all felines are housed in members' homes throughout the Southern Maryland area.

Tiny Toes Kitten Rescue prides itself on being a completely transparent organization. We will always be 100% honest, both about our rescue and the felines in our foster system. We strive to create an experience that is welcoming and low-key for interested adopters and volunteers.

Being recognized by the IRS as a 501c3, non-profit organization means that all donations are considered tax deductible. If you make a donation to our organization and would like a receipt for your taxes, just let us know!

Not ready to commit to years of pet ownership, but still want to help cats in your community? Fostering is a great option!

Not ready to commit to fostering, but still want to help cats in your community? 

Volunteering is a great option!

Not able to foster or volunteer, but still want to help cats in your community? 

Donating is a great option!