We post about all our events and adoptable pets.

There are many ways you can contribute to our cause.

See photos of our beautiful cats and kittens looking for homes.

Fill out an application to adopt one (or more!) of our kitties.

About us

We believe in full-circle cat rescue in our community

Tigerlily Cat Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit, all-volunteer animal rescue organization, committed to helping homeless cats and kittens find forever homes, and to helping reduce the pet overpopulation problem. Tigerlily believes in ending the cycle of reproduction that leads to kittens being born outdoors through TNR (Trap Neuter Return), rescue, and fostering. This means no moms (or dads) left behind!

We provide foster homes for cats and kittens, including food, litter, emergency and basic veterinary care for the animals in our organization. We are dedicated to making every effort possible to present healthy, friendly cats and kittens for adoption, and to promote spaying and neutering.

We look forward to the day when there are no more homeless pets!

You can come take a look at some of our adoptable kitties at the cat habitat in the Troy Petsmart location at Rochester Rd and Big Beaver. Hands-on visits will need to be scheduled through our adoption application, but they love attention from everyone they see! We are always on the lookout for new volunteer caretakers for our Petsmart cats.

Please shop our Tigerlily custom apparel store for all our past fundraiser designs. Every item purchased helps support our rescue efforts, while delivering cat swag for you to enjoy!

Check back often, as we update the store with new merchandise options.


Tigerlily Cat Rescue is looking for outdoor homes for feral and semi-feral rescued felines. 

Support will be provided for each placement, along with guidance on acclimating your new kitty to his or her new home. 

Barn Placement Program

• Cats will be vaccinated and spayed/neutered

• They will require food, water, and shelter

• Accilmation time is needed

Help us save these cats who are not fit indoor life. This rescue effort may be their only chance of living out a happy life!