NoCo Kitties

is our mission

Every kitty we save . . . comes with his or her own story.

We aim to give each and every one a happy ending with a loving, safe, forever home.

2023 is shaping up to be an incredibly exciting year for NoCo Kitties! We are so excited to be able to offer even more services and support even more cats!

We could not do it without the NoCo Kitties community of supporters and volunteers!

If you are interested in volunteering or making a donation check out our Volunteer and Donation pages.

What We Do

Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)

One of our primary goals is to end domestic and feral feline overpopulation and suffering through trap-neuter-return in our local communities and neighborhoods.

Cat & Kitten Socialization

We socialize cats and kittens who are tame-able to become adoptable. Most of the kitties we’ve rescued from abandonment, hoarding, and feral communities have successfully been socialized.

Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinics

Due to the efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, all spay-neuter clinics have been suspended until further notice.

Foster Program

Our fosters provide love, care and socialization for kittens until they're big enough for spay/neuter and adoption. We provide all supplies. Check out our Foster page.

Barn Cat Rehoming

We offer integration strategies and placement for feral, unadoptable cats needing a safe barn home and maintain a rigorous approval process, including a site visit and support.

Kitty Adoption Program

We offer kittie adoptions. We showcase adoptable cats & kittens on our website and social media accounts. Follow us for the latest updates!

Local Shelter Support

We work with local shelters to rehome their working cats into approved barn homes.

Community Education & Support

We offer education and resources to Colorado residents to solve common pet issues and assist our community through all of the above services.

Four Ways to Help

Meet your new furry family member waiting to meet you, too! 🙂

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We are always on the lookout to expand our team of dedicated volunteers who are on the front lines of our mission’s efforts.

We could not fulfill our mission without them and we would LOVE to have you join us!

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We rely on the generosity of community members & cat-lovers just like you to keep saving lives year after year.

Your donations are so needed, appreciated, and always tax deductible! You can donate by cash, check or credit card.

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Download this list of supplies we are always in need of. You are welcome to donate used items or newly purchased.

Please contact us by email or phone to coordinate a drop-off or pick-up (or you can also ship directly to us).

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Who We Are

Davida duPont-Potter, founder/director of NCK volunteered for a trap-neuter-return group (TNR) in 2012. She was hooked after the first few spay/neuter (S/N) clinics on the notion that the true ending to feline overpopulation and suffering began with TNR. Almost all kittens that enter shelters are born outside!

Since then, NCK has become an all-volunteer organization dedicated to supporting cats/kittens in underserved communities where TNR is most needed. NCK support includes set up and training for TNR, low cost s/n for feral and community cats, food resources for colony caretakers and all aspects of rescue, foster and rehoming of feral and friendly cats.

We are dedicated to cats and kittens in Colorado, Wyoming and western Kansas. In 2021 NCK found homes for 367 cats and kittens, barn homes for 81 feral and under socialized cats and assisted in 207 TNR surgeries.

With our new facility opening in Loveland in 2022, which includes a spay neuter clinic, we look forward to assisting many more surgeries, adoptions and feral placements in the coming year.

Our success is due to our partnerships in these communities, Humane Society of Weld County, Hanks Petfood Market, and the many TNR groups that work long hours to trap and monitor these colonies. Together we are making a difference!