Adorable Adoptables

See all of our pets ready for adoption HERE!

All kittens and cats ready for adoption have had necessary vaccinations and are spayed or neutered.

Our kittens are located at Pet Supplies Plus in Niles and at our foster homes (please make an appointment to see cats in foster homes by calling 330-847-6134). A volunteer is available at Pet Supplies Plus every day from 10:00-11:30 a.m., weeknights from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and on Sundays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. to show the kittens and answer any questions you might have about the adoption process.

All of our cats and kittens are adopted with the understanding that they will remain indoor-only animals. (Why? Read this.) Prospective adopters will need to fill out an adoption application and contract, and we will conduct either a home check or a telephone interview with you before the adoption is completed.

Adoption fees range from $50-85, depending on how old the kitten is and how long it has been in our care. This adoption fee partially covers medical treatment, including spaying/neutering, all necessary vaccinations, flea treatment, deworming, and testing for FELV and FIV. You can find the adoption fee for a specific animal on its Petfinder page.

A signed adoption application and contract will be required at the completion of the adoption. Please wait to sign the adoption contract until your application is approved and in the presence of a C.A.P.T. staff member.

Please note: It is the policy of Cats Are People, Too! not to adopt a cat under 8 months of age into a household where very young children are present, as either the kitten, the child, or both may be hurt due to rough play. It is also our policy not to handle third-party adoptions; that is, you cannot adopt a cat or kitten for someone else.

If you are interested in adopting any of these kitties, please call 330-847-6134. Even if the kitten you are interested in has been adopted, there are many, many more waiting for good homes! We can surely find a purrfect match for your family!

If you need help with a feral cat population (e.g., low-cost spay neuter services, information on care, etc.), please feel free to call us or to visit Alley Cat Allies at their website. (Feral cats are not the same as stray cats–ferals are wild cats that have often been born in the wild and have never known a home life; stray cats are formerly homed pets that have been lost or abandoned.)