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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. Please take a look at our adoption application here. Finding the perfect home and match takes time and personal attention!

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Arthur is an eight-year-old male looking for a home. He enjoys playing with his dangly toy, head butting, and shoulder rubs. You can see him at bit.ly/ArthurCFA. He used to be an indoor/outdoor cat, and he needs an owner who will let him be so again once he's used to his new home(not on a busy road). If you would like to meet him, please call 360-456-8176 or come by the office at 1414 State Ave NE, Olympia, WA 98506. 

 

Meet Ollie and Patches. They have both been neutered and are up to date on their shots. Ollie is four, and Patches is eight. They both enjoy ear rubs and treats (you can tell by Patches' double chin). They're affectionate, but beware--your space will become their space. They need a quiet household without children and an experienced owner. If you would like to meet them, please call 360-456-8176 or stop by the office at 1414 State Ave NE, Olympia, WA 98506.

     

Slim was originally feral, and we had him ear tipped, but after a week he decided he would much rather be a house cat. He's very easygoing and enjoys being cuddled and petted. He also loves his kitty hammock. If you would like to meet him, please come by the office at 1414 State Ave NE 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.