About Me

How I'm Helping the Cat Population

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My name is Amanda, I live in Southern California and I run Kitten Rescue Life as well as my 501c3 non-profit organization, Save Them All Rescue. I always wanted to make a difference to animals in need. The more I saw and the more I learned, the harder it became to stay uninvolved. Finally in 2017, a colony cat I named Henry ignited a level of inspiration I could no longer ignore. I began fostering and shortly after started coordinating for a local cat rescue. The two years I spent fostering and coordinating gave me a lot of the knowledge and experience I needed in order to properly care for animals and run a 501c3.

 I mostly work with the young or neonate kitten population and severe medical cases. These underage kittens are at high risk on the streets and in shelters. Motherless kittens won't last long on the streets and in shelters they are at risk of euthanasia. I provide a safe environment for them until they can be adopted into forever homes. I'm experienced in treating sick or fading kittens and I've saved many lives by following practiced rescue protocols. I also have experience socializing and trapping feral kittens. I'm a huge advocate of both TNR (trap, neuter, release) and spay/neuter programs.

Founding Members

Sushie Tran

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A dedicated cat lover and supporter of rescuers, Sushie has gone above and beyond on many occasions to help us reach our goals. Thanks to her we have a microchip scanner, life-saving incubator, oxygen concentrator, and nebulizer. Without her we wouldn't have been able to build a solid foundation to rescue on. Without her help we wouldn't be where we are today. 

Pictured here is one of her cats, Poco Pang-Tran.

Mary Ann Phillips

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Mary Ann has been a dedicated donator and supporter to KRL and STAR since before our nonprofit. She has been there through the ups and downs with us, and has given a friendship and level of support that has truly helped us continue our mission. I don't know what we would do without her. Thanks to Mary we were able to file for nonprofit status, and she helps us maintain needed supplies.

Pictured here is one of her cats, Twiggy Ann Phillips!

Garrett Mac Mullen

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My partner in life and in rescue, without his help and support I truly couldn't do all that we do. Caring for so many animals at once is an enormous task and commitment. Long sleepless nights bottle feeding, keep their bellies full and environment clean. My roll dog when we need to pick up medications, go to vet appointments, pick up our newest rescues. 

Pictured here is Garrett with our former foster, Gomez.

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