Adoption FAQs

Is there an adoption application? 

We do not have an application. Instead, we use a conversation-based approach to help you find the purr-fect match. You’ll begin by speaking with an Adoption Counselor, who will ask you some questions to learn more about your household and what you’re looking for in a feline friend.

Can I meet the kitties? 

If you’re considering adopting today, we’d love to introduce you to available kitties! To reduce traffic and stress for the cats, we can only offer visits to potential adopters—if you’re not in a position to adopt yet, please enjoy the kitties from this side of the glass. (We have wand toys at the front desk to interact with them, just mention it to the volunteer at the desk and they will be happy to give you one!)   

Can you place kitties on hold?

Unfortunately, due to the small size of our facility, we are not able to place kitties on hold. (There is another kitty out there waiting to come to safety as soon as a space becomes available.)  

How long will it take to adopt?  

We do same day adoptions and will help adopters on a first come, first served basis. We strive to serve everyone efficiently. We will be with you as soon as we can, and we look forward to helping you find your new feline friend!

What are the adoption fees / what’s included? 

All the cats are spayed or neutered, microchipped, FVRCP vaccinated, and come with a free post-adoption vet exam as well as 30 days of pet insurance with Trupanion. 

  • Cat or kitten* under 7 years: $125
  • Two cats or kittens under 7 years: $200
  • Adult cat 7 years and older: $50
  • Two adult cats 7 years and older: $75

*Can I adopt a single kitten? 

Kittens under 6 months of age need to go to a home with another kitten companion. This is important for their socialization and growth into a well-adjusted adult cat. (Read more about Single Kitten Syndrome.)

I already have a kitty at home—do I still need to adopt two kittens?  

We encourage you to speak with our Adoption Counselors to discuss whether your feline friend could be a good fit with a single kitten. (Single kitten adoptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis depending on the personality and history of both the kitty at home and the kitten in question.)

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