Available Cats & Kittens
Established in 1995, PALS Animal Life Savers is a no-kill, all-volunteer feline rescue group based in Salem, MA. The goal of our small, but dedicated group is to find appropriate homes for stray, abandoned, abused or surrendered cats and kittens.
View some of our cats who are ready for adoption here. For inquiries, you may email email@example.com
Find out more about our adoption process here.
Foster. Donate. Volunteer. Advocate.
The goal of all of our volunteers is to find permanent and loving homes for all of our animals.
Fostering is an extremely rewarding experience, and one that is integral to the successful placement of our cats and kittens.
You can help our cats and kittens in foster by purchasing items from our Amazon Wishlist. Our list also includes items to keep our cats and kittens entertained while at the Adoption Center as well as essential cleaning items.
Today PALS has expanded to more than 40 volunteers who help keep the Adoption Center operating. Duties range from FCS (Feeding, Cleaning & Socializing), Adoption Staff, Laundry, Transport and Cleaning.
We adopted our boy Zander (pictured on the right) back in April 2019, and he’s been such a wonderful addition to our lives. He quickly became best buds with our other cat Bernie!
Stacy & John, Saugus
Peter loves his mouse on a string toy I got him. We play several times a day and he races around the living room and jumps in the air as I make the mouse run along the floor. He curls up in my lap watching TV and comes up in the bed a bit, but so far seems to prefer sleeping in my recliner chair. He is full of energy and affection, eats everything I give him, and is already unafraid of my coffee-grinder, paper-shredder, and dishwasher… Anyone who passed on adopting Peter missed out on a wonderful kitty! ♥️
Piper (previously named Emelie) has added so much love to my home, and is stuck to me like glue. Her favorite things are soft food, sunbathing, and playing with any toy that involves string. Her neurological diagnosis does not stop her from fully exploring the apartment (even the kitchen counters), but she is still working on making her predatory crawls more graceful. She spends her nights sprawled out on my bed and does not move until I wake — because that means it’s time to eat. When my roommate comes home, she has mastered pretending she has not yet eaten so she can con her way into a second meal, but we have learned to see past her trickery. Thank you for allowing me to spend life with this fur baby.
Jasmine, Exeter, NH