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Adopt a Cat or Kitten
To view our adoptable cats and kittens visit our
Adopt-A-Pet page
Or you can view adoptable cats and kittens on our adoption website:
Complete the on line application here:
 Adoption Application.  If you prefer we can email you the application in PDF form.  Once your application is reviewed and approved, we will set up a mandatory home visit and we will bring the kitten or cat along for a meet and greet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I come to your sanctuary to see what cats you have, and choose one I want? 
Young cats and kittens are fostered at our volunteers homes.  You may set up an appointment to visit available cats/kittens after your application has been approved.  Complete Adoption Application here.  You can view available cats & kittens on our Adopt-A-Pet account or our Adoption web site.
I'm looking for a specific color / breed of cat, but you don't have it on your list. Can you contact me when you finally get the kind of cat I am looking for?
Unfortunately, we cannot personally email everyone who asks us if we've gotten a certain kind of cat in yet. However, you are welcome to check our Adopt-A-Pet account as often as you like. Most of our adoptable cats/kittens are Domestic S/M/L Haired cats or kittens.

I just adopted a cat/kitten from you. It's been hiding for days, and not eating much. What do I do?
Cats are a highly territorial species. A new place, full of new sounds, smells, and people, can be very scary for a cat. Many need a few weeks to start feeling comfortable in their new space. To help ease your cat's transition, we recommend that you quarantine them to one room for several days before gradually letting him/her into larger spaces of your house. Toys, exercise, treats, high-quality cat food, and brushing can help calm your cat. Avoid introducing your new cat to your existing pets for a week or two.


The cat I adopted from you isn't working out.  //  I have to move to a new apartment and my new landlord doesn't allow cats.
We at Happy Cat have a liberal Return Policy. If you cannot keep your cat/kitten and have no family members that can take your beloved pet in, for whatever reason--no matter how long you've had it--you can return it to the sanctuary. We prefer that you do this rather than abandon it at a kill shelter, put it out on the streets, or in the woods. You will not be refunded your adoption fee, but you will have peace of mind knowing that the cat will be in a safe environment.  

If I adopt a cat or kitten from you, will it already be neutered / spayed and have all of its shots?
Yes! All Cats or Kittens will be Spayed or Neutered, vaccinated, SNAP tested and Microchipped before placement.

I have a dog(s). Do you have any canine-friendly cats that I can adopt?  
Most of our adult cats have never interacted with a dog in their lives.Therefore, our standard policy is that we do not adopt out adult cats to households with dogs unless the cat has already been exposed to and/or previously lived with dogs. We will assess your dog(s) during the home visit.

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