Step 1: Search Our Available Fur Friends
Find a cat or kitten you are interested in by searching our online database at feralcatwarriors.org/adoptable-cats. Adoptable cats are viewable online, in real time.
Step 2: Verify The Cats Location
All cats and kittens listed on our adoption page are either currently in foster care or at one of our retail partners. You can click the “Adopt Me” link on any page to submit your information and inquire about that cat.
Cats At Our Retailers: You can either contact the retailer directly at the number listed or we would be more than happy to contact the retailer for you.
Step 3: Meet Your New Friend
We will arrange with you a time and location for you to meet your new fur friend with one of our fosters or adoption managers. If the cat is with one of our retailers, please feel free to go see them at your convince.
Step 4: Complete the Adoption Agreement & Take Your New Friend Home
Once you have decided to adopt your new furry family member, you will complete the adoption packet including the adoption agreement. Please bring an appropriate means of transporting your new cat/kitten home.
Is the Cat/Kitten Spayed or Neutered?
All of our adoptable cats are spayed or neutered by our local partner veterinarian before being placed for adoption through our fosters or retail partners.
Is the Cat/Kitten Vaccinated?
All of our adoptable cats receive several vaccines based on their age:
FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia)- This is a combination vaccine that protects cats against feline viral rhinotracheitis (feline herpes), calicivirus and feline panleukopenia (feline distemper).
Rabies vaccination is administered to all of our adoptable cats and kittens over 12 weeks of age and will be required to receive boosters annually.
Cats and kittens in long-term shelter care also receive the FeLV vaccine. IT is not considered a core vaccine for indoor cats.
FeLV/FIV Testing Policy
We do not routinely test cats for feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) prior to adoption. FeLV and FIV are uncommon viruses that can be transmitted between cats. Under our policy, testing will be limited to cats with health concerns that are associated with the FeLV and FIV, cats with known exposure, and other specific cases.
Our policy is based on information from the American Association of Feline Practitioners.