Feline Lifeline for South Carolina
Who We Are
Feline Lifeline is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization staffed entirely by volunteers. Our volunteers help local homeless cats living outdoors in groups (colonies) by feeding them and giving them fresh water daily. Populations are managed by removing all kittens and tame adults whenever discovered so that they can be offered for adoption. Those too timid for adoption are spayed or neutered and given other vet work so they can live out their lives without reproducing.
Our Adoptable Cats and Kittens
We have several rescued kittens and cats available for adoption. All of our animals are spayed or neutered with the exception of the very young kittens. Adopters of young kittens will be required to sign an agreement stating their intention to spay or neuter as soon as their pet is old enough. Those cats who are old enough are fully vetted, tested negative for FeLV and FIV (two very serious illnesses for cats) and current on all shots. Thousands of unwanted animals are euthanized every year due to uncontrolled breeding. We encourage everyone to spay and neuter!
See some of our adoptable cats and kittens in local Petco cat habitats 24/7!
Stop by the Petco stores in Greenville, Simpsonville, and Clemson.
To adopt from Feline Lifeline, you must be at least 21 years of age and meet our guidelines. We will determine your approval through your application, an interview, possible home visit, and arranged meeting with the animal.
Please apply for adoption by filling out an application at www.FelineLifelineSC.org. Please note the Petfinder inquiry form is NOT an application.
Once your Feline Lifeline adoption application is reviewed, a volunteer will contact you within 48 hours for an interview by phone or send an email. (Be sure to check your "SPAM" folder.)
If approved, we will then schedule a meeting between you and the cat to make sure you both like each other.
Thank you for your interest!