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Adoption Process

The tiny toe beans at our rescue are precious, so finding the purrfect home is our second most important job. Our most important job is making sure they grow with love, of course! The adoption process is a fun and exciting time for you, us, and your tiny toe beans, and to make sure that these precious animals have a lifetime of love and security, we are very thorough.

Please Read Completely Before Applying to Adopt

Adoption Fees:

  • $125 for a solo kitten or cat
  • $200 for a pair (do not need to be bonded, related, or same age group)
  • Applications will be accepted for a kitten anytime they are shown as available, but they will

not be eligible to go to their furever home until they have been spayed/neutered, microchipped,

and received their first 2 FVRCP vaccinations. If the kitten is at 12 weeks when it is spay/neutered,

they will receive their 1yr rabies vaccination at that time. If not, it is the responsibility of the

adopter to do so between 12-14wks, it is also the responsibility of the adopter to make sure the

kitten receives the 3rd FVRCP vaccine if the kitten is still due to receive it.

  • If you wish to place a cat/kitten(s) on hold, you will need to pay a NON-REFUNDABLE

fee equal to the amount of the adoption fee for the cat/kitten(s). Otherwise we will

continue to accept application, go to meet/greets, take the cat/kitten to adoption fairs,

and generally promote the cat/kitten as adoptable.

  • We do not do same day adoptions. If you wish to bring home a cat/kitten from one of

our adoption fairs, you will need to apply in advance and have had the adoption approval process



  • We only accept applications from adopters over the age of 21
  • You must complete an application through the link to the ShelterLuv page
  • You will need landlord/property manager approval for all applicants leasing or renting their home (we are very thorough in checking)
  • When adopting a cat/kitten for a household, all members of the household will need to meet the pet before the adoption can be finalize. No exceptions.
  • All adopters will sign a contract stating they will not declaw their cat nor physically alter it in any way
  • We will perform a home visit before approving the adoption. This can be virtual, and we reserve the right to require an in-person visit should we feel we need more information.
  • All household cats should be indoor ONLY cats.
  • Remember that cats/kittens need regular well check visits, vaccinations, and sometimes sick

visits, when adopting a new pet, you must be willing and financially able to provide the care.

  • Even indoor only cats/kittens need to have regular flea prevention. Flea meds like Revolution help prevent fleas, ticks, ear mites, etc.
  • Unless there is a documented health concern, all pets (cats & dogs) must be spay/neutered, on flea/tick/heartworm meds, and be up to date on vaccines (rabies for both FVRCP for cats). We know that some people have concerns with FVRCP, we are happy to explain to you why we believe this vaccine is not negotiable.
  • You must have a carrier. Even if you have a current cat who is harness trained, you would need to have one for transporting the kitten you wish to adopt and for emergencies.
  • If you have current pets, you must list your current vet. If you have had a previous pet, the vet you list must be yours. You may not list your parents vet, your roommates vet, nor a vet for any pet you have never been responsible for or owned.

Check out our adoptable kittens profile below!

Chicken is a very playful girl. She is a bonded pair with her brother Macaroni and will not be adopted out separately. She loves to have zoomies and play with multiple toys while she zooms around the foster's living room. She is very much bonded with her brother Macaroni. They play and cuddle frequently. She plays very loudly with her brother and has a cooing sound that is similar to that of a pigeon or a chicken, she does sometimes "yell" at her brother when he plays to rough, but she is fine and able to turn the tables and throw down with him. She would do great in a household with a child who is at least 6 and understands how to be gentle and love kittens. Her favorite human in the foster's house is their 7yr old, and cuddles in his lap frequently. She does not like being picked up by the adult humans, and will protest softly with her pigeon/chicken sounds. She does, however, love to jump into a lap on her own terms (which is frequently) where she will cuddle and make many happy biscuits.

Coco is shy with humans, but very much enjoys affection when he is given it and purrs very loudly. He seems to crave the attention of other kitties (the other foster kittens as well as the personal adult cats in the foster home) and would do best in a multi-cat household or adopted with another one of our kittens. When he plays with toys he "talks" to them, which is adorable. He plays very loudly with other kitties and sounds like he is being hurt, but he runs off when he has had enough. He is used to being around a 7 year old child, but would probably do better in a home that is quieter

Macaroni is a wild man and goes on zoomies frequently. He is a bonded pair with his sister Chicken and will not be adopted out separately. His favorite human in the foster home is the husband and cuddles in his lap nightly. Little Mac also loves the other humans in the house and is quite affectionate with a quiet but deep purr. He enjoys the company of the adult cats in the household as well. His favorite activities include: throwing down with his sister Chicken, "nursing" on a super fluffy blanket, playing hide and seek with anyone who will play, and attacking any toy that moves. He has one adorable white whisker near his chin that turns down and a patch of longer white

These Kittens Are Not Yet Read For Adoption, but Can Be Applied For