Special kittens in the news

Two kittens recently rescued by Infinite Hope caught the attention of the publishers of Love Meow. Daktyl and Morela were trapped by Infinite Hope volunteers on a cold winter day and once they were in care, we realized that there was something special about them. It turned out that they have chromosomal abnormalities that give them their unique look. Love Meow published an article about these beautiful siblings, which helped to find their perfect forever home. Daktyl and Morela's story continues on their adopters' Instagram page: theparsonspets.


Join Us! Support Us! Infinite Hope's team will be part of Strut Your Mutt on October 7th.

We're looking for adopters, supporters, and volunteers who can join our Infinite Hope team in this year's Strut Your Mutt. A national event organized by Best Friends Animal Society to raise funds for animal rescue, Strut Your Mutt is a fun day that provides huge support for Infinite Hope's annual budget. If you can't be there in person, you can pledge your support


Join us for Meow Mixer on April 27th!

Tickets are now available for the 2017 Meow Mixer! Featuring delicious specialty cocktails by Industry City Distillery, light fare, and a silent auction full of awesome items. And the best part: We'll be gathering together to celebrate and support Infinite Hope's rescue work! We hope to see you all there! Purchase tickets in advance here.


Help support Infinite Hope with our February Wall of Love fundraiser!

Send some love to animals that need your help! Please donate to (and share!) our February fundraiser - we can't provide the care that rescue kitties need without your support. The minimum donation is only $5, and with your donation you can share a photo of your favorite furry friend on our Wall of Love!


2016 Statistics

Infinite Hope 2016 in Numbers

Statistical Data on Intakes, Adoptions and more..


Infinite Hope's rescue work - 2016

As 2016 draws to a close, we’re taking a grateful look at what you helped us accomplish this year - and we’re looking forward to seeing what we can do, together, in 2017. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today!


Support our Strut Your Mutt campaign until 10/31!

We had a great time on October 1st walking in the Best Friends Strut Your Mutt fundraising walk! We are REALLY hoping to meet our fundraising goal before the 10/31 deadline for contributions. Donations will go directly toward veterinary expenses for kitties in care. Please contribute what you can -- every amount helps! Thank you again to our walkers and supporters!



Submit your adoption story in the Petco Foundation's Holiday Wishes grant campaign

Did you adopt from Infinite Hope? Did the love of your adopted animal change your life for the better? You can tell your story in the Petco Foundation's Holiday Wishes Campaign and potentially win a gift card for yourself and a grant of up to $100,000 for Infinite Hope. The deadline is October 15th. Please submit your story and help our rescued animals' holiday wishes come true!


Join the Infinite Hope Strut Your Mutt Team!

Infinite Hope will be walking in Best Friends Animal Society's Strut Your Mutt event on Saturday, October 1st to raise money for animal rescue. Strut Your mutt is a fun, family-friendly fundraising walk in NYC's beautiful Hudson River Park. The festival includes interactive games and activities, including contests for dogs! Click here to join up, donate, or learn more!



Thank you to the Maddie's Fund for Lunito's happy story!

From euthanasia list to a loving forever home, Lunito has a new lease on life thanks to Maddie's Fund! Through a grant from Maddie's Fund for veterinary care and other needed funds, Infinite Hope was able to cover the cost of leg surgery for a sweet stray cat named Lunito from the at-risk list of the Brooklyn ACC. He had a noticeable limp and an irregular gait, and the vet at the ACC indicated that surgery or amputation of his left hind leg would likely be needed. 


Once in Infinite Hope's care and upon further vetting, it was discovered that Lunito had previously badly fractured his left femoral neck and needed FHO (femoral head ostectomy) surgery to alleviate his pain. Lunito underwent surgery at Faithful Friends clinic, one of Infinite Hope's partner vets, and spent several weeks rehabilitating in foster care, before being adopted into a wonderful forever home. His adopter recently had this to say of Lunito (now named Rigby):  "Lunito is doing great! I eventually decided to rename him Rigby. His hair is almost totally full length now, and his leg has healed perfectly so I almost totally forget about his surgery.  He spends most of his time either curled up on my bed, sunning/watching people out the window, or trying to get me to pay attention to him. He continues to be the sweetest and friendliest cat I've ever seen, and I've even got him trained to respond to his name. Thanks again!"

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