Adoptions give animals a second chance to have a safe and loving home. When people adopt, it frees up spaces in the local shelter and recuses for them to take in and save other animals lives.
By adopting from shelters and rescues, you are supporting animals locally, instead of supporting breeding facilities or puppy and cat mills that have cruel practices. When adopting from a shelter or rescue, your pet will have had the appropriate medical care such as spay/neuter and vaccines prior to being adopted.
Below you will see a button taking you to the cat/kitten application. Please complete it and return it back to us for processing.
Please be advised that we place kitten and cats in homes according to the animals needs. If there is a large volume of applications, it does take us time to go through all of them. Please be patient. We answer everyone's application.
All animals have been seen by a veterinarian.
All cats/kittens are tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV.
They have been spay/neutered and have had a rabies vaccine as well as a distemper vaccine. Ear mites and parasites are treated if necessary.