Who We Are
Happy Jack Cats, Inc., is an Idaho Non-Profit Corporation. We are a foster-based, no-kill rescue and
adoption group. HappyJackCats@gmail.com; facebook.com/happyjackcatsinc; PO Box 33, Meridian, Idaho 83680.
Happy Jack Cats, Inc., (HJC) was founded in October/November 2015 by individuals concerned for the welfare of "throw away" kittens and cats in the Treasure Valley. HJC has no employees, but has a strong foster program made up of volunteers in homes throughout the area. Our funds come from grants,
donations, crowd funding campaigns, and re-homing fees. All of our kittens are in foster homes throughout the area, and, at this time, we have no storefront location, but look forward to having one in the future, when funds allow.
Happy Jack Cats, Inc., is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, EIN #47-5455805.
What We Do
Rescue. Adopt. Everybody wins.
- We provide clean, healthy, and loving environments, food, shelter, and temporary housing in foster homes for abused, stray, orphaned or abandoned kittens until their adoptions. Animals are housed in cages only for special purposes: quarantine, injury care, other special needs and display at Petco stores.
- We promote public health and safety by encouraging vaccinations, including rabies.
- We educate the community about animal welfare issues.
- We find homes for cats and kittens in order to reduce the need for euthanasia.
- We promote the spay and neuter of pet cats and kittens.
- We are a no-kill shelter/rescue. We do not euthanize to free up space.
- We applaud and support the efforts of other shelters and rescues.
SAVE THEM ALL
Happy Jack Cats has been accepted to the No More Homeless Pets network program created and administered by the Best Friends Animal Society (Best Friends.org) of Kanab, Utah. Happy Jack is honored to partner with Best Friends to help "Save Them All."
"At the core of Best Friends' work is the dream that one day animals will no longer be killed in America's shelters. By implementing spay/neuter and trap-neuter-return (TNR) programs to reduce the number of animals who enter shelters, and increasing the number of people who adopt pets, we know we can end the killing. We know we can Save Them All." ~ Best Friends