Tolliver's Angel Fund

Ever wonder how we take care of all of the stray kittens and cats you see in our reception area? We fund a lot of their care ourselves, but Dr. Marsden created this fund in dedication to a kitty with a huge heart: Tolliver! This fund, named after the kitty that Dr. Marsden adopted during her college years from a Feline Nutrition Research Facility, was white, blue-eyed and deaf. He loved everybody including kittens, dogs, baby robins, even squirrels! PPVC takes donations and adoption fees in honor of Tolliver as a way for caring people to help these kitties get into forever homes. We have a donation box on the reception desk for spare change and can also take checks, cash or credit for larger amounts. We hope to create a non-profit by the beginning of 2020 so that your contributions can be tax deductible. Your help is always gratefully accepted. Thank you!



Our Current Available Adoptions:



Hercules is about five years old. The person who has been feeding him for the past two years was finally able to catch him after he was used as a chew toy by a dog. PPVC's staff treated his wounds, neutered and vaccinated him, and gave him an extensive shave to get rid of his mats, but he will grow in beautifully.


Hercules is slowly coming out of his shell, loving scratches on the side of his face and soft petting. He loves everyone's attention and needs a patient, caring person to give me a forever home.


Hercules did test positive for FIV, so may not go to a home with non-FIV kitties. With proper care and nourishment, he'll live a long life as long as he's kept indoors.    

Storm the Bunny

Storm was dropped off to Pikes Peak Vet as a stray during the bomb cyclone, hence his name. We've been caring for him and feel that he's ready to find his furever home.


Storm is a neutered male with no apparent health concerns. He can be a little unpredictable. Sometimes he likes to snuggle, but if he's done, he may kick suddenly to let you know, so it's better if he's not in a home with young children.