Cause 4 Cats

Lolette & Russ Robrahn
667 Canyon Drive
P.O. Box 0488
Lebec, CA 93243

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Cause 4 Cats is dedicated to improving the quality of life for CATS: pet, stray, and feral by providing TNR (trap-neuter-return), rescue, and shelter.

Cause 4 Cats, Inc. is a California non-profit organization supported solely by private donations. We have tax exemption status with the IRS as a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, Fed ID# 34-2018427.

We're located in Lebec, California. This is right off interstate 5, 35 miles north of Valencia/Santa Clarita, and 45 miles south of Bakersfield.

We do adoptions at Petco in Bakersfield on the weekends. Come by and check out our cute rescued kitties.

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Help Needed Immediately - Urgent Needs?

It is the start of kitten season! Saffron is a stray cat who made a "no pets" apartment complex her home. A kind lady started feeding her and realized too late that she was soon to be a mother. Saffron and her 4 newborn babies were brought to us March 4th. The week before we took in a mom with 6 baby kittens and 3 cats that were too-pregnant-to-spay. We are in urgent need of foster homes and donations to help support these families. Fostering abandoned or neglected momma cats & their tiny kittens can be entertaining, heart warming and rewarding. Tax Deductible donations needed for medical care. Many of the rescued kittens need shots, checkups and treatment. Help save these tiny adorable kittens, left helpless hoping for a new home and loving human parents.


This ia Silver. She came to us Feb. 18th at 5 weeks old. She was found with a broken back leg. When xrays were done, the vet said he would try to insert a pin to mend the break. However, he was concerned about her tiny fragile bones. Because of the location of the break, her leg may have to be amputated. Surgery always has its risks, but it is especially dangerous when the patient is so young. Silver underwent surgery on Feb. 27. We were so relieved when Silver came through it. Sadly, the bone was too damaged to repair, so the leg was amputated. Since she was already used to getting around on just 3 legs, Silver is doing fine. The vet generously discounted his services, but this was still a big expense we didn't have extra funds for. If you can help out, please use PayPal or send us a check and note that it's to help with Silver.

Update: Silver has gone to her new home in San Diego. This is her new mom Tawny. Her new dad is a 22 year veteran as a Navy Seal.

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Non-use of the litter box is the number one reason a cat is abused or finds itself in a shelter. Cat Attract is the first cat litter to specifically address problem cats. It is also an excellent litter for getting kittens off to a good start with their litter box habits. Cat Attract™ comes in a flexible, easy to pour cube. It is easy to carry and easy to store. Furthermore each bag also contains a free booklet to help cat owners solve their litter box problems.

  • Helps bring problem cats back to the litter box
  • Great training litter for kittens
  • Hard clumping
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  • Ideal for sifting/mechanical litter boxes
  • Superior odor control 99% dust free

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Helpful suggestions for litter box problems:

Scoop litter daily, cats are very clean animals and often won't use dirty litter box

If you have multiple cats, some cats prefer their own litter box, have enough litter boxes

Your cat may have pain or discomfort, if it persists see a vet illness is often the cause

Never give your cat milk or cream, cats cannot digest cows milk and it leads to problems

Can you help our cats find homes?

Many of the cats are loveable 1 year olds. They were kittens from last year and are indoor only cats. We have some that would like indoor/outdoor homes where the environment is safe from predators, heavy traffic, loose dogs.

We also have some healthy feral cats that would be fine in an outdoor environment such as a protected back yard or perhaps as barn cats.

Could you help by adopting or being a long-term foster for one or more of these cats? Cats also are great when indoors to control any pests, rodents - their food, litter and vet bills are partially tax deductible if they are helping with pest control (check your local deductions for pest control).

Please spread the word to your friends, family and coworkers. Please help us find forever homes for these cats and so many others that are in need. Call Lolette at 661-755-4848.

Here is a cute kitten & loving momma video - invite a kitty into your home

What are we doing for our community?

We provide sheltering for lost, abandoned and unwanted cats

We provide low-cost spay and neuter referrals to local residents

We provide assistance with lost and found pets

We provide assistance with adopting pets into kind, loving homes

We have collectively rescued and adopted hundreds of cats in the mountain communities. The number of animals needing help will steadily increase as new homes are built and more cats are brought to the area.

What are our plans to improve services for animals and the community?

To develop and implement a spay/neuter awareness program

To extend and enhance our foster home program

Inform & Help pet owners understand healthy choices for cats / kittens

There is still much to be done and not enough people or funds to do it with. A community problem requires a resolution from the entire community!


How can YOU help right NOW?

Help us find homes for these cats and kittens!

Donate materials or labor to improve our shelters

Sponsor a homeless cat with a monthly donation

Donate funds to the spay/neuter fund to help curb animal overpopulation

Become a foster caregiver - give an animal a chance at adoption

Donate funds to the emergency veterinary care fund

For further information please call:
Cause 4 Cats - 661-755-4848

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