of Mason County
How to Adopt
Thank you for considering adoption! We are dedicated to adopting healthy kittens and cats; we go to great lengths to see that each one goes to a home that is well suited for its health and happiness.
Pick out a kitten or two from our cats and kittens, Click the button below to fill out and submit the Adoption Inquiry Form for an appointment.
We will contact you within 48 hours.
Please note the following:
Visitation of available kittens and cats is BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!
Choose your Purrfect kitty by name. This is how we identify our kitties.
Our adoption specialist will call you within 48 hours and ask some pre-screening questions. She is also responsible for making all of our visitation appointments.
Appointments are not available by calling the Shelter.
Check our website several times a day when you are looking for a kitten as they can be posted and removed within a short time on the same day.
We do not take requests for what you are looking for. We do not keep a waiting list.
no kittens in foster care or under 9 weeks old are available for pre-adoption
kittens under four months old will not be adopted to households with children under the age of five.
Why 2 is better than 1
If you have decided to adopt a kitten, consider getting two. This can actually be less work for you, because the kittens will expend much of their youthful energy and aggression on each other. The companionship will make for more well-adjusted pets. Two kittens are easier to care for. Do not be afraid that they will not be your snuggly fur babies because they have a playmate. Two kittens curling up with you is twice the Purrfest.
What is the best time of year to get a kitten?
Although kittens are available throughout the year, late Spring (May) to early Summer (June) is the most popular time of year for kittens to be available for adoption.