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Found someone you like? Check out the steps to adopt a new feline friend below.
Step 1: View Available Cats & Kittens
Step 2: Meet With A Matchmaker
Step 3: Meet & Greets
Step 4: Complete Adoption Paperwork
Step 5: Head Home With Your New Friend!
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.
- 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
KITTENSUnder 6 Months
- Kittens can be an absolute delight! They are silly, playful, snuggly, and surprisingly FAST!
- We strongly recommend adopting two kittens together as they tend to be happier, healthier, and better adjusted. This is especially true for kittens heading to a home with no other cats. For two kittens adopted together, the adoption fee is $300, otherwise, a single kitten’s fee is $175.
- This is a fun age to adopt a cat as they are often outgoing, goofy, playful, and affectionate.
- Your young cat is likely already litterbox trained, but you should anticipate some accidents.
- Young cats this age play a lot, and often at night time. Having another cat in the house can make a big difference in your new cat’s energy!
- The majority of our available cats will often fall in this age group.
- These cats are typically full-grown and have settled down somewhat now that they are out of kittenhood. These kitties will require plenty of enrichment and affection from you.
- Cats can often live until they are 15-20 years, and should be seen regularly by their veterinarian.
- If you’re looking to adopt a cat, consider saying yes to a senior and giving them a haven to live out their golden years!
- Senior cats often are quite vibrant and have many years ahead of them, but tend to be passed by for younger cats.
- Be prepared to keep regular veterinary visits and expect that your new friend may need more care as they continue to age.
Learn about the condition Cerebellar Hypoplasia, in cats and how “CH kitties” make wonderful companions!
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...
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;...
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I pay the adoption fee?
I rent/lease my home. Can I still adopt?
Can I adopt two kittens at once?
How should I introduce my new cat to the home?
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?
Read an adoption update about Buttercup and Westly kittens thriving in their new home with their loving family!
Read an adoption update about Moon Pie the cat, formerly known as Bernie, who was adopted from The NOAH Center and is as happy as can be!
"We didn’t rescue Phoebe - she rescued us. We lost 5 family members in 2021 and it was a difficult...