Catering to Cats and Dogs

Welcome to Catering to Cats and Dogs website. We are a 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization and our website is intended to educate the public.

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Interact with our Volunteers and communicate with other pet lovers like yourself.
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Dog Information

Meet our Dogs

Browse through our Adoption section.
Kitten up for adoption
Cat Information

Meet our Cats

Browse through our Adoption section.
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Adoption Information


Learn more about Adoptions and the Adoption Process
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Foster Information

Foster a Pet

Find out more about Fostering a pet today

Rewarding volunteer positions available.Volunteer

  • Open your home to a cat or dog in need
  • Choose to foster one of our adoptable pets
  • Help at Petco Huntersville on weekend adoption days
  • Transport our cats and dogs to and from Vet appointments
  • Collect donations at your place of business with our donation canisters

Please contact us if you are able to help:

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I’m Ready To Volunteer

Make a difference in the life of an animal todayAdopt Loving Pets

Complete an Adoption Application today and please follow the steps:

  • Go to the Adoption Page and fill in all required information
  • Complete the application and make sure to hit submit!
  • You will get a confirmation email from (be sure to check your Spam/Junk mail if you do not see an email from us soon)
  • We are a volunteer staff so it can take up to 48 to 72 hours for some one to contact you regarding your application
  • You may fill out a single application for more than 1 pet weather you plan to adopt more than 1 pet or not.
  • Be sure to sign up for our News Letter, Become a Member and stay up to date.

Thank you in advance!

I’m Ready To Adopt

Foster Babt KittenHelp Save a Pet

C2CND is a non-facility organization and we desperately need your help to shelter deserving pets that need a temporary and loving home until they are united with their forever home

Why Foster:

  • Fostering immediately saves a pets life. When you agree to foster we can pull a pet that is destined to be euthanized.
  • Fostering will increase the pets chance to be adopted to its forever family.
  • Fostering Keeps animals out of shelters.

Thank you for your consideration of saving a pets life!

I’m Ready To Foster

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I adopted my new best friend from C2CND several months ago. He has been such a joy and a perfect addition to our family. My wife and I along with my 2 other dogs are so happy that Haskel has entered our life.

Thank you C2CND!

Joe Dostie, Volunteer/Adopter
I have not only been a foster, but also a foster fail for C2CND. I love the fact that for every dog I foster I know I’ve saved another at the shelter by leaving space, and also love seeing the joy on an adopters face when they find their baby. Not only all that, but C2CND also allowed me to meet and fall in love with my favorite furry boy Wise!
Tammy Savage