Adopt a cat from Habitat – a pet becomes a family member.
Most of the cats and kittens we place for adoption were rescued by Habitat for Cats volunteers. Many cats have experienced being lost, abandoned, neglected, or being born outside. Some may never have been in a home. These kitties require a little “TLC” before being available for adoption.
Habitat for Cats does not operate a shelter in the traditional sense. Friendly rescued cats & kittens are placed in foster homes or get adopted through other adoption organizations which we partner with. Adoptions are done by appointment.
The privately scheduled adoption process gives the cat a calmer, quieter environment and allows the adopter to get a better sense of the cats’ personality as is seen by our volunteer foster parents.
Our adoption process takes into account your needs and preferences and we will try to match you with a compatible pet. HFC adoptions focus on being a successful match for a lifelong home and we’re proud to say we have high degree of successful adoptions based on 20 years of adopting cats.
The adoption fee is: $200 for cats or kittens.
The adoption fee will assist HFC in paying for the cost of medical care (spay/neuter, vaccines, etc) and foster care (approximately valued over $200).
Please read & review the adoption contract. The Adopter will sign the contract, in person, upon completion of adoption.
Click here to read Habitat for Cats Adoption Contract
Fill out and submit the online adoption application form using the link below
More Adoption Information-
Cats and kittens presented for adoption have received the following medical treatment:
• spay/neuter surgery and a general veterinary wellness exam
• de-worming and flea protection medications (as required)
• one or more distemper (FVRCP) vaccination(s) (as required by age) and a rabies vaccination (age permitting)
• Cats and kittens are tested for feline leukemia (FeLV)
(due to the nature of the Felv illness – on rare occasions, the cat may develop FeLV later in time after a negative test has been indicated; consult your vet if this occurs)
Habitat for Cats will not allow the adoption of a particular cat if the cat’s needs, personality and temperament are not suited to the adopter or the adopter’s living situation. Our goal is to form permanent placement for the cat. For this reason, our Adoption Counselors have been trained to help you find the right cat for your home and your lifestyle. The adoption Contract covers the requirements for adoption.