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Ashley Valley Community Cats is a 501(c)3 non-profit, no-kill cat rescue based in Vernal, Utah.  We are made up of a handful of passionate, cat-loving volunteers.  We are a foster-based organization that depends on donations and grants to operate.  We have a wide network of volunteers that operate in both the Uintah Basin and Utah County.
We have a strong focus on rescuing cats and kittens from local shelters and giving them a second chance at finding a loving forever home.  We also participate in humanely trapping, sterilizing/vaccinating, and releasing (TNR) feral and free roaming cats in our community.
  Spay and Neuter is the key to No-Kill.

Cats Available for Adoption

  • Pin Leg! 2 year old female
  • Mama no tail 2years- sweetest kitty ever!
  • Monet- 2 years
  • Larry- senior
  • Vesta- female 2 years
  • Jude-9 mth male- beautiful boy but very skittish! He loves Rose and does best around her.
  • Veda!
  • Zoey- female classic tabby 1.5yrs

All of our cats and kittens are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped prior to being adopted into loving forever homes.

We also have adoptable cats and kittens showing at the following Petco Stores:

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We got our cat in January of this year and he is the best cat I have ever owned my kids adore him, the adoption process was quick and easy and the volunteers helped match the right cat to our family!

Ashley Lundin

We adopted two cats from Ashley Valley Community Cats, and absolutely love them. All their cats are so sweet (accounting for personality, of course!) and our Dove and Jasper snuggle with us, each other, and are gentle all around. Additionally, when Dove was a little sick soon after we adopted, they helped us with the vet visit to make sure she was okay. All in all, I just can’t find enough good things to say. If we are able to adopt a third cat, we are going to Ashley Valley Community Cats!

Philip Awbrey