Adopt A Cat

Your new feline friend awaits! Check out our available cats and kittens, read their bios, and learn about our adoption procedure and fees.


Adoptable cats

View and learn more about our available cats and kittens in real-time by using the button below.


Found someone you like? Check out the steps to adopt a new feline friend below.

Step 1: View Available Cats & Kittens
We recommend first viewing our available kitties on our website and then coming in to see them in person. As feline friends are adopted and more arrive, our available cats are constantly changing. If you’re looking for a certain gender, age, or color, keeping a close eye on our website can save you some trips into the Adoption Center.
Step 2: Meet With A Matchmaker
Once you’ve found someone you’re interested in adopting, the next step is to meet with an Adoptions Matchmaker and complete an Adoption Interview. This step helps to determine if the cat or kitten you are interested in adopting is a good fit for your family and visa versa.
Step 3: Meet & Greets
Your Adoption Interview went well and it seems that your family may be a good match for the feline friend you’re wanting to adopt, congratulations! Now it’s time for all of the family members to meet the kitty.
Step 4: Complete Adoption Paperwork
It’s a match! Once your meet and greets are finished and everyone seems happy, we’ll head back to complete the final adoption paperwork. This takes about 30 minutes, and only the main point of contact needs to be present.
Step 5: Head Home With Your New Friend!
Everything is finalized and your new feline friend is officially YOURS! Congratulations! Should you need any help along the way, check out our Resources page.


Adopting a new feline friend from The NOAH Center saves two lives; the cat you bring into your life, and the newcomer we can now transfer to our Adoption Center.

When purchasing a purebred, it’s possible to choose the specific breed, but mixed breed cats make just as great of companions.

Adoptions Include

  • Spay/Neuter
  • Distemper Combo & Rabies Vaccinations
  • De-Worming Treatment
  • Flea Treatment
  • Collar & NOAH I.D. Tag
  • Microchip Implant + Information & Collar I.D. Tag
  • Free Veterinary Exam Voucher


Introducing Your Dog to a New Cat

Introducing Your Dog to a New Cat

When introducing a resident dog to a new cat or kitten, we recommend letting them sniff through the door of the sanctuary room, first. Provide plenty of opportunities for them to smell each other through the door. Consider swapping bedding so they have even more of a...

My Pet Has Runny Eyes/Nose

My Pet Has Runny Eyes/Nose

When it comes to health and safety for your new friend there are a few things to keep in mind, especially since your new pet has come from an animal shelter. All of our dogs/puppies have been exposed to Kennel Cough and cats/kittens to Upper Respiratory Infection;...


How do I pay the adoption fee?
We accept most forms of payment for adoption fees, including VISA, Master Card, Discover, and cash. At this time, we do not accept checks.
I rent/lease my home. Can I still adopt?
If you lease or rent your home, please review your terms to make sure you are allowed to have a pet reside with you, if there are any size or breed limitations, and if you need to pay an additional damage deposit. Please have your landlord’s permission to adopt a pet.
Can I adopt two kittens at once?
Yes, and it is actually encouraged! Kittens are social and tend to thrive when adopted together. Pairs are more likely to adjust better to their new home, to be healthier, happier, and they often have a bond with another cat for life.
How should I introduce my new cat to the home?
We strongly suggest providing your new cat with what we call a “Sanctuary Room.” This is a space in your home, perhaps a bathroom or laundry room, where the kitty can safely decompress. She should have as much time in the Sanctuary Room as needed, and it may take a transition period before she wants to come out entirely. More information relating to the Sanctuary Room can be found in our blog post, Providing a Sanctuary Room For a New Cat, and we will go over this again during the adoption.


Looking for the warm and fuzzies? Read some success stories about kitties adopted from The NOAH Center and the wonderful lives they’re living now. Will your new friend be next?