Thank you for considering adopting a new best friend! As an organization, Community Cat works diligently to find loving homes that are the best match for our rescued felines (and occasionally other furry friends). With this in mind, please consider our guidelines when we are reviewing adoption applications:
Potential adopters must...
Be over 21 years of age
Provide government issued photo identification
Have consent from all adults living in the household
If renting, have permission from the landlord to keep pets at the rental property
Community Cat reserves the right to perform additional steps to ensure a good match between a pet and any potential adopter, including calling veterinary references, confirming pet policies with landlords, house visits/interviews, etc. At all times, Community Cat has the right to accept or deny any adoption application.
We also recommend that you carefully review our Adoption Contract before adopting from our organization and familiarize yourself with all related requirements.
Interested in finding your new best friend forever? Fill out an adoption application! Please be as thorough as possible and our volunteers will be in touch within 2-3 days.
Community Cat charges a nominal fee for adoptions that helps offset our veterinary and supply costs (these mooches don't feed themselves!). Each cat or kitten is spayed/neutered and has all age-approriate vaccines. Frequently our cats will have additional veterinary care including dental surgeries, amputations, enucleations, hospitalization bills, etc. Other furry friends receive all appropriate veterinary care and attention, as well. Your adoption fee helps us continue to rescue cats that are most in need. Remember, no cat left behind!
Our adoption fees are as follows, unless otherwise stated:
Kittens (6 months and under) = $100, or two for $150
Adults (6 months to 8 years) = $50
Seniors (8 years and up) = $25
Others = Please contact Community Cat, as these are determined on a case-by-
Ask about our Seniors for Seniors program! Free adoptions of senior cats to
Oh happy day- Community Cats being adopted by their new families!