The Kitten Rescue adoption fee is $120 for a kitten or cat up to two years old, or $200 if you adopt a pair. Cats between two and 10 years old have a fee reduction of 50%, and we will waive the adoption fee for any cat over 10 years old.
All of our cats have already been:
If you adopt a kitten, depending on the kitten’s age, the FVRCP vaccine series may or may not be complete (as kitten vaccines are given 3–4 weeks apart up until the age of 14 weeks). If the vaccine series is not yet complete at the time of adoption, it will be the adopter’s responsibility to complete the series.
Our adoption fees do not cover the average cost of our rescues. We always provide any necessary medical care for the cats and kittens we take in, such as surgery for injuries or congenital problems, x-rays, blood panels, fecal tests, and treatment for upper respiratory infections and viruses. Donations above and beyond the adoption fee are greatly appreciated and help us continue to rescue the cats and kittens most in need.
Once you’ve adopted a new pet into your family, all veterinary expenses are your responsibility for the life of your pet.
To help ensure that we place our cats in loving, responsible, committed homes, we have a screening process before you can adopt a pet from Kitten Rescue. We reserve the right to turn down potential adopters as we deem necessary.
First, we ask that you complete our Adoption Questionnaire — either our Cat Adoption Form or our Dog Adoption Form. You can complete the form online or you may stop by a weekly adoption event to complete form in person.
Second, a home visit or a home delivery of the cat or kitten is also required as part of our adoption process.
If for any reason you wish or need to return a cat you’ve adopted from us, you can do so within one week for a full refund of the adoption fee.
After that — be it months or years later — if you need to give up your Kitten Rescue cat or kitten for any reason, we require that you must return him or her to Kitten Rescue. We won’t be able to refund the adoption fee, but we will place him/her in a new home. This policy is in place because we don’t ever want our kitties to end up on the streets or at a city shelter ever again.
Animals are for life. When you adopt an animal, it is a commitment you make to the animal, for the lifetime of that animal. We’re always here to answer questions and help solve problems. By adopting a cat or dog from Kitten Rescue, you’re making a commitment to provide love, care, and medical treatment for the life of the animal, which can be up to 20 years. Adopting a cat or dog is a serious commitment, but one that is incredibly rewarding.
If you are unable to make such a long-term commitment, we would be happy to have you become a foster parent instead, or consider volunteering at the KR Sanctuary. It’s a great way to make a difference in an animal’s life without taking on such a long-term commitment.