These cats are available for adoption from the ASPCA Adoption Center at 424 E. 92nd St. in New York City. Don't live in the area?
Pablo is a handsome 3-year-old red tabby that came to AFRP after being surrendered to the Santa Cruz County Shelter. He was in a busy, noisy household with kids, dogs and other cats and he was feeling stressed. Pablo has always been an indoor cat and is not comfortable going outdoors. He has a super sweet and gentle temperament and loves head rubs and kitty treats. He greets you with a cheerful meow! Pablo is looking for a quiet home where he can be your one-and-only furry friend. Meet him at the AFRP Adoption Center in Pacific Grove.
Victor is an 11-month-old black cat who loves to chase wand toys and nibble on kitty treats! He was rescued from the streets of Salinas as a youngster, and was raised in foster care with other cats and a small dog. Victor is a shy guy and is looking for a patient and loving adopter that will give him time to gain confidence in a new home. Give him a chance and you'll have a loyal little friend! Meet Victor at the AFRP Adoption Center in Pacific Grove.
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Cats for Adoption - Cat Care Society
We currently have more than 300 cats (we also have dogs and puppies that we have rescued) available for adoption. Good forever homes are urgently needed so that we can continue rescuing friendly, stray cats who otherwise may not survive on the streets or on "death row" at shelters. During the winter months, the plight of abandoned, domesticated cats becomes an even more life-or-death situation.Cats: The adoption fee for young adult cats is $40. The fee is reduced to just $20 for cats 5 years and older. The adoption fees for kittens range from $50 to $70.Looking to add some furry love to your household? Check out our nationwide database of available, adoptable cats. Search by zip code to meet eligible cats in your area! If you live in New York City, don't forget to check out the cats available at our . Don’t miss CAT’s annual Kitten Palooza adoption event on Saturday, June 24. More than 100 kittens will be at the shelter for adoption, plus activities, food, and fun! Please note, these cats are ready to leave the ASPCA Adoption Center today. Please visit the Adoption Center in person to see more of the cats and kittens in our care who may be available for adoption in the future. In some cases, cats or kittens who are not ready to go home today can be reserved for an additional fee.CAP has many wonderful cats and kittens available for adoption. Also, new animals arrive every day at the shelter, so our site features only a portion of our residents. For a real feline fandango, stop by the shelter, located at 17555 Katy Freeway in Houston, Texas.