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  • Vaccinated

  • Rabies*

  • Microchipped**

  • Disease Tested***




      Ear Mites

  • Strict Medical Protocol

  • Litterbox Trained

  • Raised in private foster homes

  • Examined by a Veterinarian



* If age appropriate


***If applicable


Click here to read why it's actually easier & better to adopt two kittens instead of one!




  3. MEET & GREET / ADOPTION DAY at foster home- no rush or crowds to deal with, you can see the true personality of the kitten.


 If you would like to get a head start on the process, please fill out our ADOPTION APPLICATION and send via email stated on the application & leave your name and number. We do give priority consideration to people who apply ahead of time. If application is approved or additional follow up is needed, we will contact you promptly.


 If you find that our application & process is too tedious, then you likely lack the patience needed for a rambunctious kitten! The process is intended to ensure a best-fit, long-term successful adoption for both the family and pet. Thank you for understanding! 


 We encourage all members of the family to be present when selecting their new pet to ensure compatibility & for any allergy issues to manifest themselves.


 We do offer same day adoptions for most kitties however there may be occasional circumstances where a more thorough interview or home check process is required. Also, we do have times when multiple qualified families are interested in the same cat & we will work to make the most appropriate match. You are also welcomed to get the cat an appointment with your own veterinarian at your expense prior to adoption. Please note this may delay the adoption by several days. 

By adopting from us, you can see the kitten's true personality in its usual environment without the stress of a noisy, crowded adoption venue. You can spend as much time as you would like with them.



  3. MEET & GREET / ADOPTION DAY at foster home- no rush or crowds to deal with, you can see the true personality of the kitten.


$150 for single kittens under 6 months/$200+ for a pair

$75 for kittens 6-12 months

$50 for adults

*Highly sought after breeds or anomalies maybe more- such as Siamese, Russian Blue, Maine Coon, Manx, Polydactyl, etc. 

Multi Adoption Discount applies. 

We make NO profit whatsoever on any of our cats. Our veterinary costs have almost tripled due to COVID- related issues such as appointment availability, staffing issues, and supply price hikes. If you would like to donate more we will gladly accept to help recoup some of our costs as it costs on us on average $288 PER kitten to run through our high quality program. 




 ALL cats & kittens are rescued. Our adoption fees don't even cover half of our expenses in raising & preparing these kittens for adoption. And because we do not cut corners with our cat's health, it costs us more to provide. Because other places may be cheaper but that is likely due the minimal health protocol provided- which can put your resident pets and your wallet in jeopardy. In other words, YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR Yes, you can find kittens for free, but a "free" kitten would end up costing you much more than our modest adoption reimbursement if proper, responsible vetting was provided. If you price all the vetting we provide with your local vet, you will find that our fees are literally hundreds of dollars less than your vet would charge. Owning a pet is a serious financial consideration, so if you feel our adoption fees are too high then it may be that you are unable at this time to financially care for a pet.


 There are major perks to adopting from a private rescue like us. We are small so we really know our cats well & give them the most thorough & utmost care.

 We receive no government money; all staff are non-paid volunteers & we fund our rescue efforts purely from adoption fees & donations. So let us do all the work & adopt to you happy, healthy, fully vetted kittens!


Click here to read why it's actually easier & better to adopt two kittens instead of one!

It can take until kittens are 10-12 weeks old to fully get rid of parasitic worms! That is why we DO NOT adopt out our kittens younger than that for your safety. They also benefit from the longer socialization periods with their peers, so our cats tend to be especially well behaved, loving & adaptable. Plus there's far less chance your resident pets or children will contract the worms or diarrhea.

Our veterinarians have adopted from us multiple times due to our strict medical protocols and socialization strategies.


Do you want your kitten to be cuddly & sweet? A kitten left alone during the day can become lonely and bored, which sometimes can lead to mischief & destruction.  Two kittens will never be lonely and will entertain each other.  Even if someone is home a lot, we as humans are not suitable peers for kittens. They get their energy out on each other instead of on your couch or your child's face!  Because they've expended their playful energy out on each other, then they save the cuddling for the humans. Many people who experience behavior problems with kittens find that they go away when they adopt another playmate. What may be perceived as mischief or destruction of property is often just the result of boredom. Read about the dreaded SINGLE KITTEN SYNDROME & watch the video below to see if you want this type of activity level on your arms & legs!

Also if you have multiple children, it can be a lot of love for only one cat to absorb, therefore the kitten can become aloof and dread human attention. Getting two kittens helps spread the love around for everyone!



There is no sight so endearing as two kittens curled up together for a nap! Also since they use their feline friend as a playmate, they tend to look at their human owners as more of a cuddle buddy- so they become more affectionate with you!



Even the most devoted human caregiver can quickly become exhausted by trying to keep up with the energy of a single kitten. Two kittens will wear each other out, leaving their human parent free to just enjoy them.



You're saving two lives instead of one!


Do you have an adult cat at home? 

Experience has shown us that adopting TWO kittens tends to actually be much less stressful on your older resident cat, especially if they are over 4 years of age and even if they are active. The kittens will have each other to wrestle & play with while your resident cat can pick & choose when to get in on the action, observe from a distance or leave. A single kitten may become much too pesky for an older cat and behavioral problems from one or both cats may develop! 


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