Welcome to Duncan’s Place!

Duncan’s Place is a non-profit organization dedicated to aiding homeless cats in Northern Colorado. We provide compassionate, safe havens for homeless cats through foster care until their forever homes are found.

We also endeavor to provide the Northern Colorado community with humane education and resources such as our pet food bank to help humans and felines live harmoniously together. Duncan’s Place feels that we need to approach animal welfare issues on multiple fronts, bringing together community resources and providing not only animal care, but also pet sterilization and public education.

We rely heavily on private donations to house and save domestic cats in need.

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12 thoughts on “Home

  1. Pat elisha

    A dear older lady on our meals on wheels route has been taken to a nursing home and is near death. She has a cat “Chubby” still living in her empty home but we fear that won’t be for much longer. He is loving with her but very scared of new people. It would take some time for him to warm up seeing that he has only been around her. She has no family or friends able to take him so I thought we would contact you for help or advice. Thank you so much!
    Pat elisha 970-619-0746

  2. Meredith Laine

    Hello Duncan’s Place,

    I have an adult male feline, 7 years old and de-clawed, who is in need of a home. He is special needs and requires Urinary SO food. His best environment will allow him to be the only pet, with no kids. A senior household might be ideal.

    I will appreciate any suggestions you may have. My fiance is moving in this spring and he is allergic to cats. I’m not going to be able to keep this kitty.

    Thank you,

    Meredith Laine

  3. Paula

    THANK YOU, Cathy, for getting Chubby to a new home after Kathy Carr passed away. Your efforts were greatly appreciated!

  4. Sandra

    I know a healthy feline colony (of about 9) that need a place to grow old at. They have been well cared for, and spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed over the past two years. They are actually people friendly with some hesitation as two very mean neighbors have been very aggressive and brutal at throwing rocks/newspapers and running at them screaming, trapping them into corners……(you know the type) The city has been trapping beautiful, healthy cats and killing them because they are a nuisance to the neighborhood : ( They don’t bother anybody, they just play and hunt at night. My heart is broken but they need to be moved if possible…. I am extremely disabled, all alone and in the end stages of lung disease. They come into my house and sit and eat. There are a few that love being scratched and rubbed. And LOVE playing with kitty toys! They all have names, and know their names when called! Any info would be great.

  5. Tatiana

    I am in need of a healthy home for my 1 1/2 year kitty. He is up to date with vaccines and is neutered. He is a little shy but is very loving when he gets to know you. Unfortunately, I became asthmatic because of him and my symptoms keep getting worst. I have tried to control my asthma, but from doctors recommendations I cannot keep him any longer.

  6. Gary Nale

    I wonder if you might be able to help me. I adopted my Moms 2 senior (12 year old) Norwegian Forest Cats a few years ago when she had to go into an Alzheimer’s facility. Now my girlfriend and I are moving to Hawaii in mid August and I need to find a safe place to leave my cats since taking them at their age would be too stressful on them. I’ve asked everyone I know and contacted all the no kill cat shelters but they are full. I won’t leave them at a place that might euthanize them. Bootsie (the male) is very friendly and loves being around people. He is not aggressive at all and has been neutured. CC is the female. She is also very friendly once she gets to know people but it can take a while for her shyness to wear off. She isn’t aggressive at all either and has been spayed. They are beautiful cats and I would be willing to make a generous donation to know they are being well cared for and safe. If you aren’t able to help me, do you have the name of some other facility that might. I’ve contacted so many and all are full right now. Thanks for you time….


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