Adopt-a-Kitty is an all species/breed caregiver to lost, homeless, and unwanted pets that are in need, locally and in nearby surrounding areas, concentrating mainly on cats and kittens. We accept special needs pets as well, when in need. In the last 5 years, we have placed hundreds of animals, a good portion pulled from high kill shelters. Our mission in life is to love, care for, and PLACE animals who haven't been given a chance. All pets are tested, spayed or neutered, vaccinated, etc. prior to adoption. We provide a safe place for our rescued pets to stay until a forever family can be found. We are a no kill shelter.
Jambalaya (10 mo old in Dec. 2023) is a super cute, playful, snuggly spayed female, tested, shots, microchip. Good with kids, cats, dogs. Her adoption fee is $150.
14 day money back satisfaction return policy
Email [email protected] or text 251-404-0022 ADOPT-A-KITTY.ORG
Adoption Process We charge a nominal fee to recoup costs for spay/neuter, tests, shots. Have a written contract & application. Usually $75 to $125 per pet.
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