ADOPTION

We offer 2 types of adoptions!


TRADITIONAL ADOPTIONS
(Cats go home with you)

This is the traditional type of adoption, where cats leave Love A Cat Charity for new homes.  In keeping with our mission statement, new owners must promise to:
  • spay / neuter kittens before their six month birthday

  • if the cat is no longer wanted, the cat must be returned to Love A Cat Charity

New owners are always welcome to call us for assistance or advice in helping their cat settle into their new homes.

if you are interested in making one of these special cats are part of your family!

Success stories of cats who have found new homes

VIRTUAL ADOPTIONS
(Cats stay here with us)

Landlord doesn't allow pets or you already have several of your own?  You can still help out by virtually adopting Love A Cat Charity cat!  For $5.00 a month you become a cat's sponsor, ensuring it's health, safety and comfort, while we provide the daily love and care.

Virtual adopters are welcome to call or anytime for information on how their adopted cat is doing.  In addition, we hold an Adopters' Open House during the summer, where virtual adopters can visit, pet and get to know their sponsored cat.  You'll also receive a monthly "Cat of the Month" email, featuring one of special cats at Love A Cat Charity.

Sponsor one or as many as you want!  And, if a cat you sponsor is lucky enough to find a new home, your sponsorship can be transferred to any other cat of your choice.

Find out how you can become a virtual adopter!


Alexander
"Zander" is a beautiful, large "in your face" kitty. He came to our door testing positive for FELV and, since he was just a baby, it was likely that he may only have had his mom's antibodies showing up in his blood. Just in case, we raised Ari and his brother, who was also FELV positive, separately from other kittens for a few months. When retested, this personable fellow was indeed FELV negative but already used to the special attention that he now expects.
Alfalfa
Alfalfa and his siblings were rescued from a large animal charity when the head of that charity unexpectedly died. This family of kittens were well-loved at their previous home, so are very affectionate toward people. Alfalfa is an Abyssinian mix, ticked with tabby legs. He is well named as he is the alpha cat in this little family, sitting up high, guarding his human and his cat family from whatever he is imagining at the moment. Alfalfa meets your eyes and you know he is thinking only of you. He is such a people cat.
Alfie
Alfie was found on the sidewalk at a school, where he was unable to move, due to starvation. A teacher called and asked us to help. After a few days of special care and lots of food, Alfie is learning that he has no more worries and he's gettling along well with the rest of the cats.
Alice
Alice was brought to a vet's clinic when the little girl who found her was told that she could not keep her newly found kitten. The little girl took awhile to decide that Alice would be safe there and, before leaving, made sure that everyone knew her name was "Alice". Being Siamese, Alice is beautiful, alert and smart. When sleeping, she pushes herself right up against people.

Anella
Anella was barely an adult when she came to Love A Cat Charity. She came from a person who had to move from the islands and could not take his pretty cat with him. Anella adores people and wants nothing more than to sit and "cat chat" with you.

Ann
Ann and her brother Dan were older kittens who were found by a cat lover. Pretty Ann is fearful of humans but loves other kitties. She is a healthy and sturdy girl who can be found taking naps on the cat tree.
Aristotle
"Ari" is a playful fellow who loves people. He came to our door testing positive for FELV and, since he was just a baby, it was likely that he may only have had his mom's antibodies showing up in his blood. Just in case, we raised Ari and his brother, who was also FELV positive, separately from other kittens for a few months. When retested, this personable fellow was indeed FELV negative but already used to the special attention that he now expects.
Bella
Bella and her brother, Carlisle, were found by a one of our colony feeders, curled up behind her water heater. They are both very friendly, love to be petted and will follow people anywhere.
Bendi
Bendi was found near the Airport trying to eat out of the trash cans. She was named for the bright orange "bendi" marking on her forehead, like a proper Indian lady.
Bo
Bo and his brother, Didley, were found at the Airport location. They were "dropped off" by someone and had no idea how to survive in a feral colony. They've become comfortable and now thrive at Love-A-Cat.
Buckwheat
Buckwheat and his siblings were rescued from a large animal charity when the head of that charity unexpectedly died. This family of kittens were well-loved at their previous home, so are very affectionate toward people. Buckwheat is male tabby with white. He loves to sit on your lap and look longingly into your eyes. He loves it when a person takes the time to read to him.
Bucky
Bucky and his sister were just 5 days old when they were found abandoned. While his sister has found her forever home, Bucky is waiting patiently for his.  Having been bottle fed and hand-held, he is exceptionally responsive to human voices and human touch. Bucky has bold, striking tabby markings and LOVES to nap up on your neck so he can feel your heart beat and smell you. 
Buddy
We met Buddy at a spay/neuter clinic. The feral caretaker in front of us told us that he trapped this kitten but was reluctant to return it back to the feral colony. It's back half wasn't working too well as it seemed to have met with some traumatic accident. The vet said he still had feeling in his back half and might recover some movement. We agreed to bring little Buddy to the Charity and exercise him. He now walks with almost perfect movement.  
Captain Kirk
Captain Kirk had a very dramatic beginning to life. His mother came to Love A Cat Charity pregnant and seemed to be having trouble giving birth. The vet advised doing a Cesarian section to save her and the babies because they would soon die. There were four babies and Captain Kirk was the biggest of all. Mom and babies all did well.
Carlisle
Carlisle and his sister, Bella, were found by a one of our colony feeders, curled up behind her water heater. They are both very friendly, love to be petted and will follow people anywhere.
Chanel
Chanel is from a litter of three that was turned into a vet for help because they were found with no mama. Chanel's beautiful medium fur and good size build suggest that her parents had Main Coon ancestors. Chanel has a unique personality. She accepts human pets and sometimes a hug, but will act offended if she doesn't want your admiration at the moment. She is greatly loved.
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