How to Adopt
The Feral Cat Foundation does not have a shelter. All of our cats and kittens are fostered and socialized in volunteers' homes - and as a result, we get to know them very well and can provide detailed personality descriptions to prospective homes. Importantly, bringing any domestic animal into your family should be for the natural life of that animal - not to be returned or discarded or taken to a shelter when life takes a different or difficult turn - and therefore, FCF asks that you only consider adoption when you are able to make that commitment to providing a cat with its "forever home".
All cats and kittens available on this website have tested negative for feline AIDs (FIV) and leukemia (FelV). All have been spayed or neutered and had the FVRCP and Rabies vaccinations appropriate for their age. FCF does not vaccinate for leukemia; and the decision to vaccinate for leukemia (or not) should be discussed with the family veterinarian after adoption.
Your adoption donation covers only a portion of the costs incurred to prepare a cat or kitten for adoption and is tax-deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law.
Click the links below to see pictures and descriptions of cats and kittens looking for homes.
We also have scheduled adoptions at various locations in the community.