Cat Adoption

 

Fabulous balls of fur!

These are our current Adopt-A-Pet fosters:

Lisa

Lisa is a sweet tuxedo kitten who was found as a single stray…all alone in the big world! We put her in a foster home with some kittens her same age and she was instantly excited to have furry friends to play with her! She loves affection and will purr happily whenever she’s picked up. She loves playing with her fellow foster kittens but likes human attention just as much.

Behaviorally and socially, it’s best to adopt young kittens in pairs. Kittens really need a playmate in their forever home…and then they can get to play and snuggle while you’re not home. Check out Adopt-A-Pet’s Pick A Pair page to see if one of her foster buddies is still available, or she’d love another kitten VERY close in age.

If you are only interested in adopting a single kitten, and you’re home most of the day, and able to spend interactive time with a kitten, Adopt-A-Pet will consider adopting out a kitten older than 4 months. Each foster home knows the kitten’s personalities best, and they follow their recommendations for single placements.

Lisa’s estimated date of birth is 8/23/19. Her adoption fee of $150.00 includes her vet exam, FVRCP vaccination, FIV & Feline Leukemia testing, routine deworming, microchip and spay.

The “R litter” is ready to roll over to your home, bringing cuddles and cuteness with them.

Rocky

Rocky is handsome and very confident. He loves to play with his sister and finds a toy to amuse himself with. Then comes over for some pets. His manners are impeccable, he will be a wonderful companion. Rocky is very affectionate and LOVES his sister, Ruby, who he is currently fostered with, but he’d love to be adopted with one of his siblings too!

Ruby

Ruby is such a adorable young cat, loves to sit in your lap and serenade you with her big purr. Her energy is infectious as she draws you in to play, and will be happy to chase around. She has perfect manners, and is a true sweetie pie. Ruby is very affectionate and LOVES her brother Rocky, who she is currently fostered with, but she’d love to be adopted with one of her siblings too!

Randy

Randy is an adorable little Tortie with “freckles” on her face! She’s a fearless explorer and is the first to check out a new object or try to climb up on a windowsill for a better view. She’s so tiny that she sometimes gets stuck, but so smart that she inevitably figures out a way to get down.

 

 

 

Behaviorally and socially, it’s best to adopt young kittens in pairs. Kittens really need a playmate in their forever home…and then they can get to play and snuggle while you’re not home. Check out Adopt-A-Pet’s Pick A Pair page to see if one of her foster buddies is still available, or she’d love another kitten VERY close in age.

If you are only interested in adopting a single kitten, and you’re home most of the day, and able to spend interactive time with a kitten, Adopt-A-Pet will consider adopting out a kitten older than 4 months. Each foster home knows the kitten’s personalities best, and they follow their recommendations for single placements.

Their estimated date of birth is 9/8/19, and the adoption fee of $150.00 EACH includes the vet exam, FVRCP vaccination, FIV & Feline Leukemia testing, routine deworming, microchip and neuter/spay.

Meet the last of the Dr Seuss Litter

Lorax is an orange tabby who loves people! He is the first one to greet you when you come into the room. He also loves wrestling and running around with his siblings.

Cindy Lou Who is an all-black cutie with a sweet personality. She is adventurous, a real explorer. She loves to run and play with her litter mates, then snuggle up with you for some affection.

Her estimated date of birth is 7/28/19 and the adoption fee of $150.00 includes the vet exam, FVRCP vaccination, FIV & Feline Leukemia testing, routine deworming, microchip and spay.

We have everything you need to get started, and, when you adopt any cat you’ll get a coupon book filled with tons of savings.

 Please understand that though you may want to take these adorable animals home with you when you see them, you will first have to go through the application process through Adopt-A-Pet. Applications can be found here; fill it out and send it to volunteers at Adopt-A-Pet. One of their adoption councilors will contact you. 

We are one of the many foster homes for Adopt-A-Pet, and rarely know the adoption status of these cats. You can see all of the animals that Adopt-A-Pet has and contact them regarding the availability of a particular cat on their main site here.

Check out our foster dogs here.