About Us

Guardian Angels is a non-profit organization that rescues homeless, lost, abandoned, injured or neglected cats and kittens.

We have over fifteen years experience in feline rescue and work primarily in the Metrowest area outside of Boston, MA. In the last year alone, we have rescued and placed more than 300 cats and kittens in life-long homes.

WE ARE DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS

We’re not sponsored by the state. We receive no grants or major funding. We’re staffed and operated by a network of volunteers (Guardian Angels) who care for the animals, help them get veterinary care, provide foster homes, and run local adoption events.

Find out how you can become a volunteer

LAP-RAISED CATS & KITTENS

When cats and kittens come to us, they’re abandoned and sometimes injured. With the help of local veterinarians, they get the medical care they need. Next, we focus on giving them a proper diet and the affection they need to thrive. This means placing them into a foster home as soon as possible. This unique approach, which we call “lap raising” helps our cats and kittens quickly become loving companions, ready to be adopted by local pet lovers. As you can see from our many success stories, this method works wonders.

Learn about our adoption process

WE RELY 100% ON DONATIONS

For the Guardian Angels to continue our work, we need your donations to pay for the veterinary care, medications, healthy diets and living environments these cats need.

Your donations help us do everything humanly possible to ensure the well being of these cats, including screening for infectious diseases, spaying and neutering, and providing rabies, and other appropriate vaccinations.

NOTE: As a general policy, Guardian Angels does not set limits on the amount of veterinary care which it will provide to a sick or injured cat to return it to a state of good health prior to placing it in a home.

WE SAVE CATS & HELP CONTROL THE POPULATION

In addition to improving the lives of the homeless cat population, we also work with other rescues/shelters to save more cats from euthanasia. And we work toward reducing the future population problem through feline sterilization.