Being small gives us the opportunity to know each cat and kitten – their personality, what they like to eat, and how they like to play.
This insight helps us match the right cat with the right adopter – making the cat adoption a win-win for everyone involved. While in our care the cats and kittens are given the best food and medical treatment possible. When adopted, the new owner is given a packet containing medical records and information on how to care for the cat or kitten. More importantly, Furry Friends is always there as a support system for the new owner.
- spayed or neutered
- tested for feline leukemia and FIV
- are examined and treated for ear mites, worms, and fleas.
- Cats 16 weeks (4 months) and older will also have a rabies shot.
Although Furry Friends has not increased adoption fees in many years, our cost to take care of the kitties continues to rise. In 2017 alone, we spent $65,606 on medical to take care of about 200 cats. So beginning January 1, 2019, our adoption fees increased as follows:
- $70 for one cat by a Senior (65 years or older) who adopts a cat at least five years old (up from $60)
- $100 for one cat (up from $80)
- $140 for two cats
- $180 for three cats
Your adoption fee helps cover these costs.
Upon receipt of your adoption application we will check your references and your home prior to an adoption. We advocate all adopters to keep their cats indoors only and not to declaw their new furry buddies.
Please fax the cat PDF adoption application to us at 1-800-353-1686.
Senior Adoption Program
Are you over 65 years old? If so, special adoption benefits are available to you through our Senior Program. The adoption/donation fee is $70 for one or $90 for two cats. You will receive a zip lock bag of dry food and wet food samples to get you started besides an Adoption Packet with the cats medical information and AVID chip data (we pay the registration). We ask that you adopt an older cat, 5 years or above. Let us help you find your new best friend!