Adoptable Cats

Concern for Animals offers a small, personable adoption program for cats. The cats available from us are rescues saved from life in feral colonies and unwanted strays. Our cats 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.

 

You can see our adoption application here.
 

*Finding the perfect home and match takes time and personal attention. CFA does not facilitate same-day adoptions.

ADOPTION FEE: $115/CAT

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The newest kittens are ready to find their forever family.  
 

Meet the Kittens! Our latest kittens are two pairs of siblings. The grey ones are Griffyn (M) and Kymera (F), and the black ones are Charlotte (F) and Savannah (F). All kittens come vaccinated, spayed/neutered, and microchipped. We estimate the kittens are around 4 months old.

Griffyn is chatty, brave, daring, sweet, and very curious about the world around him. Griffyn would thrive in a home that can give him a lot of attention, stimulation, and affection (from humans, other cats, or both).

Kymera is a lovely little lady who knows how to romp and play with the best of them. Kymera warms up fast and loves to “give kisses” (head bumps). Kymera would do well in a home with other respectful cats.

Charlotte is a bit bashful in new situations and with new people, but with the help of her sister, Savannah, Charlotte is gaining confidence and learning to trust people again. Charlotte would thrive with another cat (like her sister!) that can help her learn to come out of her shell.

Savannah is sweet, silly, and so adorable. When she’s not rolling around on her back for tummy rubs, Savannah loves chasing after toys or snuggling with her sister, Charlotte.

Our kittens are not required to be adopted in pairs, but because of their feral backgrounds, adopting these siblings together benefits them as much as their human families. Kitten pairs are great at keeping each other out of trouble, socializing with one another, and boosting each other’s confidence. As these kittens have spent their early formative months together, these sibling pairs get along well together.

If you would like to meet the kittens and apply for adoption, please call 360-456-8176 or fill out an adoption application and email it to opc.cfa@gmail.com

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Valerie is looking for a permanent love match.  
 

Meet Valerie! This beautiful, striped, 9 month-old female started life on the streets but quickly worked her way into the hearts of one of our board members and her family. Though Valerie comes to CFA with a mysterious past, what we know for sure is that she is a playful little lady who appears to do well with cat-savvy (respectful or disinterested) dogs, and older, respectful children. She still needs to work on her manners with other kitties, but she would do beautifully in a home with other cats who can show her the cat ropes (or at least stand their ground during intense play sessions).

 

Valerie counts peacock feathers and sleeping in (your) bed (with you) among her favorite things, but prefers to show affection on her terms. If you're looking for a young, pretty, spunky little gal with lots of love to give, look no further than lovely Valerie!

If you would like to meet Valerie and apply for adoption, please call 360-456-8176 or fill out an adoption application and email it to opc.cfa@gmail.com

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