FAQ

What is your adoption fee?
Our adoption fee is $100.

Wow, what’s all that cover?
Our adoption fee covers spay/neuter surgery, microchip, first round of vaccinations, dewormer, and a flea & tick preventative.

Will we have records of the vaccines?
Yep! We will give you all your new family member’s medical records once you adopt them and take them home with you. We will also keep a copy in case you lose them.

Are your cats socialized?
Our cats are socialized with other cats, dogs, and sometimes children. We provide guidance on the types environments our cats are most likely to thrive in.

Where is your facility?
We don’t have a facility. We are run out of foster homes. To meet any of our cats please complete an application and contact us using the Contact Us Form.

Where can I see your available cats?
Check them out on PetFinder or on Facebook. We do our best to keep these pages up to date, but sometimes it takes a few hours after a cat is adopted to update the page.

Where is your application?
You can find our application here.

Is declawing dangerous?
Here is some information about declawing cats from the American Veterinary Medical Association here.

What is feline herpes?
Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (FVR) is an infectious disease caused by feline herpesvirus type-1. As with other herpes viruses, the virus is very species specific, and is only known to cause infections in domestic and wild cats. More information about Feline Herpes click here.