Our mission is to rescue and socialize kittens. Getting them completely vetted and into forever homes. We always want the best for our furry friends so we make sure each cat is spayed/neutered, dewormed, deflead, vaccinated, and given and medical care necessary. They will be fully vetted by the time they get adopted.
Verify that you are allowed to have a pet of the breed and size where you currently live
Be able to spend the time and resources necessary to provide the training, medical treatment and proper care for your pet
Bring along all family members (including children) to meet your cat.
Be able to take the pet home on the day of adoption by bringing a crate.
Be available to spend up to an hour with an Adoption Counselor to discuss the responsibility of owning a pet and making a lifetime commitment
Spay or neuter any resident pets before you adopt. This is the most important thing you can do to help stop pet overpopulation, and also gives your pet many health and behavioral benefits!*
We love our cats and want to make sure they do not get declawed.