ADOPT A CAT OR KITTEN
Bring joy into your life with the love and friendship of a cat! Click on the
links below to view just some our beautiful cats and kittens available for
Adopt a cat to LOVE!
Our primary focus for cat
adoption is the assurance of a loving home and quality care. We request that
an adoption agreement be read and signed, with a fee paid at the time of the adoption.
By adopting from us, you
know that your cat or kitten has been given the best of care. Also, since we
home-foster our cats, they are well-socialized, and we have knowledge of their personalities, quirks and special needs. Cats are only caged
when isolation is required due to illness, or when working with them on
behavioral issues. Since several of our cats are in homes with dogs, we can
also tell you who would work well if you have a dog. We sometimes offer
special adoption fees to place certain cats together in an appropriate home
if the cats seemed to have formed a strong bond and would be unhappy without
each other. It takes us longer to place them, but their happiness is worth
it to us and we have done this several times.
Our adoption fee is $115 for a single cat or kitten. If you adopt two cats or kittens, the fee is $200. The fee covers the following:
Feline Leukemia and
Feline Aids testing
Vaccinations appropriate for the age of the cat including FeLV
and rabies. The rabies registration will be the responsibility of the adoptive
parents in their municipality .
Checks for worms, fleas,
ear mites and treatment for same.
The spay or neuter to be done
at one of our affiliated vets if the kitten is too young for surgery
while in our care
Micro-chipping of the cat
so if it should ever get outside by mistake, it will be easier to identify when found.
Our goal is to place
our cats into homes where they will live out long and healthy lives. We have "repossessed" cats
with the help of local authorities from new owners who do not have their Cat
Network cats spayed/neutered, or if we find they are being left outside to
roam. Fortunately, these situations have been rare.
cat stretches from one end of my childhood to the other.”
-- Blaga Dimitrova