See our detailed list of cats and kittens available for adoption on Petfinder.com
We usually have kittens that aren't listed yet who are too young to be
adopted, but we can hold one for you until they're ready to go. Kittens must be a minimum of 8 weeks old to be adopted. We prefer to adopt them between 10-12 weeks. We also prefer to adopt young kittens in pairs unless you have other friendly cats which will be a companion for a young kitten.
are always young adult female cats that need homes. Every year we get
pregnant and nursing mother cats along with their litters of kittens.
Most are barely a year old when they have their first litter. Consider
adopting the mother cat instead of a kitten. These cats are young
enough to still be fun, but they're more settled down and easier to care
for than young kittens. We'll also have them spayed so you never have
to worry about having kittens again!
you have enough safe outdoor space with a barn or adequate shelter and would be interested in taking
feral cats please let me know. We have feral cats which have lived their
lives outdoors. They've all been spayed/neutered, tested for feline
leukemia/FIV, and been vaccinated. We often have feral kittens which are
being tamed so they can live indoors. They'll need a little more TLC
because they're still a bit shy and would do best in a quiet home
without small children.
contact us or fill out an application if interested in adopting or if
you're looking for a particular type of cat. If you don't see what
you're looking for, fill out an application anyway to be put on our
waiting list. Or we'll refer you to another local rescue or shelter.
spring is kitten season, there are so many unwanted kittens who need a
home. Check back with us often, new cats and kittens are available all the
We do ask for an adoption fee. This helps us recoup some of the expenses incurred while caring for the cats. Prior to adoption, our cats and kittens are tested for feline leukemia/FIV/heartworm and seen by a vet. They're given vaccines, treated for worms, ear mites, fleas and spayed/neutered if old enough. Any illnesses are treated before adoption. If the cat has a chronic condition our vets will gladly send all records to your vet.