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CFA Rescue & Adoptions

CFA offers a small, personable and adoption program.  Our rescued animals are housed at the CFA office and with foster homes until they are healthy and ready for adoption.  All CFA adoptable animals are spayed or neutered, fully vetted, up-to-date on vaccines, microchipped and treated for parasites.  Finding the perfect home and match takes time and personal attention!

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Meet Aly. Aly is about three years old, spayed, and vaccinated. She loves flopping on her belly and using her scratching post. Ear rubs are also appreciated. What she's not so fond of are pesky kittens. Before CFA found her and spayed her she was a mother of six, and she is definitely done. Please drop by the office at 1414 State Ave NE, Olympia, WA 98506 or call 360-456-8176 if you would like to meet her. 

Kinney is a sweet tuxedo at CFA who's ready for his forever home. He enjoys belly rubs and ear scratches (and of course toys). Stop and he will follow you. Other hobbies include tussling with his siblings and climbing into laps. His spay is on Dec.19th, and he can be taken home afterwards. To see him, please come by the office or call 360-456-8176.

Meet Vlad. Vlad is a playful little tuxedo up for adoption at CFA. Favorite things include pestering Aly (one of the older cats) and acting as our executive assistant. Her specialty is chasing the mouse. When she first came, she was feral and liked to scratch the people giving her de-wormer, hence the name Vlad. She's very cuddly now though and has definitely mastered the side flop. Her spay is on Dec. 19th, and she can be taken home after that. To see her, please come by the office or call 360-456-8176. 


Cost of Adoption:  $100 cat 

The Life of a Cat

by Michael M. Middleton, who adopted Blackie in 2012

To live the life of a cat
would well be worth
the few years given.
A life of true freedom,
at peace with oneself,
is a life that’s worth the livin’!
To live each moment in wonder…
like a child
the world to see;
to simply play and to run
or lounge in the sun;
that seems like a good deal to me.