Almost Home Adoptions for rescued cats (Almost Home) is a no-kill, private 501c3 nonprofit, cage-free rescue and adoption center. Almost Home does not receive government funding (tax dollars) like the municipal (kill) shelters receive, and therefore we depend on generous and caring individual donors and volunteers to keep our doors open. Almost Home is dedicated to finding loving, responsible homes for rescued, homeless, and abused animals.
Almost Home takes in homeless, abused and abandoned cats and kittens. Many cats that find their way to Almost Home are strays. Our residents come primarily from the streets of Colorado and public shelters where they had once been scheduled to be killed.
Please thoroughly read the following information about adopting an Almost Home cat or kitten before submitting a request:
All Almost Home cats and kittens come with health records and are dewormed, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, FIV/FeLV tested, and microchipped.
Applicants must live within 1 hour of Almost Home Adoptions, and have reliable transportation.
Kittens do best when they have a friend! Almost Home kittens are typically adopted as pairs. We adopt out single kittens only when available, and only to homes that already have at least one cat. Please do not ask us to separate bonded pairs; these requests will not be honored.
Please do not apply on a whim! Out of consideration for the time and energy of our small adoptions team, we ask that you apply only when certain that you are ready and able to adopt.
Fill out the form thoroughly. Incomplete forms will not be considered.
Must be 21+.
All adoptions will require a home visit (in-person or via Zoom) prior to final approval.
If there is a specific cat/kitten that you are interested in, please complete the appointment request form on our website. We are unable to hold cats/kittens, so we cannot guarantee availability. Our Petfinder page is updated frequently.