Our Current Adoptees

Pumpkin 

8 year old Black & White DSH

 

Pumpkin was surrendered by her owners who wanted to euthanize her for going potty outside of her litterbox! Luckily, Loving Arms Rescue saved her from this fate and brought her to us. Down, now, nearly seven pounds, Pumpkin is active, very loving and happily using her litterbox! She adores head rubs and will gently remind you of your petting duties by tapping you with her paw. Her charming and loving nature has made her a clinic favorite! However, what Pumpkin truly needs is a forever home; one that will give this sweet and tender kitty all the love she deserves!

 

Landon and Colleen


9 month old Brown Tabby with White DSH / 9 month old Brown Tabby DSH

 

Say "Hello" to Landon and Colleen! Two recent rescues from Frisky Paws Rescue who are in search of their forever home. They are about 9 months old, and love to be held and cuddled, as you can see. They LOVE to play and even get along well with cat-loving dogs! Colleen and Landon are both spayed/neutered, up to date on their vaccines, and have been microchipped. All they need is You!


 

 



Our Rescue Program cats change frequently.

We will update this page and our Facebook with the fur babies we have available.  

About Our Adoptions

The Rescue Program is a voluntary program funded by the Cat Vet Clinic. 

We are very proud to facilitate a rescue program that places homeless cats with forever families. We invest a lot of time, energy and love in raising these cats.Thus, we strive to place them in homes where they will receive excellent care and love.

 

Application

If you are interested in adopting one of our cats please fill out the adoption application found on the Forms page or pick up an application at the front desk at the Cat Vet Clinic. We give preference to established clients, but if you have never been to the Cat Vet Clinic we still encourage you to submit an application. On a case by case basis we are happy to place our rescue cats with non-clients.

 

Trial Run

Potential adopters take cats on a two week trial run. At pick up we will go over the recommended integration procedures, nutritional needs, and any questions you may have. If there is any issue at all with the cat they must be returned to us. After the trial run, new owners must sign an adoption agreement.

 

Adoption Agreement

You can find the adoption agreement on our Forms page. This agreement states that you will take full financial responsibility of your new cat, will not declaw, and will provide proof of spay or neuter if done outside of the Cat Vet Clinic.


The suggested adoption donation is $75.00. This goes towards the cat's initial testing and vaccines.