Our adoption fee is:
$125 per kitten - (Up to 9 months old)
$100 per cat - (9 months old - 9 years old)
$75 per senior - (10+ years old)
Bonded Pairs - 25% off total
**Reduced fees may apply to cats with Special Needs
All adoptable cats and kittens are:
Treated for fleas and worms
Have 1st FVRCP vaccine
Test negative for FeLV/FIV
Male, ginger tabby, short-hair, young (1-2 years): Jonesy is full of personality. This handsome boy is also very affectionate. He is the class clown and always getting into mischief. He loves playing with other cats and people too! There is no end to his humor.
Male, black, short-hair, kitten (3-6 months): Sonni is aptly named being a beam of sunshine! He's the purrfect kitten for a family with young children. He's gentle, playful, and cupcake-sweet. He's very polite and tender. His idea of the best play date ever is running through tunnels and pouncing onto your lap for kisses and treats!
Female, black, short-hair, kitten (6-9 months): Espresso has a gentle, playful, shy demeanor. She likes to investigate the people she meets. Once she feels safe, she's pure love and hugs. She gets along with all kitties. This graceful girl is kind and delicate with every person she meets.
Male, Siamese, long-hair, young (1-2 years): Aster is a fun-loving, silly kitty. He's on the shy side, but once he's warmed up to you, he becomes a puddle of affection. This sweet boy gets along with cats of all ages and temperaments.
*Please note that Aster has never lived in a home, only on the streets and at HART. He will need special attention and an abundance of patience as he transitions into his first-ever forever home.
Male, tabby, short-hair, kitten (3-6 months): Cowboy had a rough start in life with an infected eye. Now that his eye has been treated, he's ready to get in the mix. He's shy upon greeting but quickly becomes a frisky boy kitty once he feels safe. He's sure to keep you on your toes and entertained.
Female, tabby, mid-length fur, kitten (3-6 months): Ember is a bashful girl. She prefers to stay on the sidelines and watch the other kittens' shenanigans. She can, however, be allured by cat toys and gentle greetings. She's syrupy-sweet and in need of a bit of encouragement for her transition into her fur-ever home.
Female, tuxedo, long-hair, senior (10 years): Maggie is playful, funny, and frolicky. Her favorite game is chase. You would never guess her age! She greets each guest with a loving headbutt. She charms everyone with her affection and fun.
Female, tortie, short-hair, adult (1-3 years): Traveler is a barn kitty. Although she hisses at everyone she meets, she does allow gentle touch and comes out for food. People are often taken with her small size and immense beauty.
Female, tabby, short-hair, adult (1-3 years): Misty is as elusive as her name. She is a barn kitty who loves to play. She is not quite ready for touch but she is ready for her fur-ever home. She's sweet and timid. Although she's easily spooked, she never hisses. She can often be found sleeping under the covers with her boyfriend, Sedge.
Male, black, short-hair, adult (3-5 years): Grim loves to do the dishes and sit in the cupboards. This handsome boy is affectionate, rambunctious, and kind. He purrs for everyone and loves being carried. He's constantly charming the volunteers out of working for pets. He gets along with all kitties and would make a purrfect fur-ever kitty in any home.
Female, black, long-hair, kitten (6-9 months): Ruthie's golden eyes will mesmerize you. Despite being cautious around new people, she is easily won over with gentle touch and play. Her tender nature is sure to steal anyone's heart.
Male, tabby, short-hair, kitten (3-6 months): Coco loves riding shoulders and running on the kitten wheel. This track star is one of the smartest kittens we've met at HART. He's a playful, purring bundle of joy that will light up your life. He's perfect for a home with children and other cats. He runs and greets everyone he meets! If ignored, he WILL climb you like a tree.
Male, tabby, short-hair, kitten (3-6 months): Howie, much like his nearly-identical brother, Coco, is full of beans. Wherever Coco leads, Howie is sure to follow. Howie has a gentle, playful disposition, making him the purrfect companion for any family with children.
Female, tuxedo, long-hair, adult (unknown): Mamba is a feisty baby. Although she's had kittens of her own, she's never had the chance to be one herself. She gets along with just about any cat and would love to be adopted with her best buddy Tang.
Female, tabby, mid-length fur, young (1-2 years): Cinder is the mama of Cowboy and Ember. She's a tender young woman who love to bask in the sunlight. She can always be found at the tippy-top of a cat tower like feline Rapunzel. She loves all kitties and would adore a home where she can snooze on a warm lap.
Female, white, short-hair, adult (unknown): Pixie was found abandoned and in rough shape. She is timid upon greeting, yet adores affection and attention. She's looking for someone she can learn to trust. She would thrive in a stable home and gets along with all cats, kittens, and dogs.
Male, Siamese, long-hair, young (1-2 years): Sedge and his brother Aster are wonder stories. They came to HART as a wild band of brothers and have been tamed into purrfect gentlemen. Sedge takes delight in playing with the kittens and snuggling up to his girlfriend, Misty. Sedge enjoys being brushed in the sun.
*Please note that Sedge has never lived in a home, only on the streets and at HART. He will need special attention and an abundance of patience as he transitions into his first-ever forever home.
Female, tuxedo, short-hair, adult (1-3 years): Sushi is an elusive, shy kitty who is very picky. Once she takes you into her litter, she enjoys love and affection. Sushi pairs purrfectly with adults and other cats. Her favorite place to burrow is in the rafters. She can be a bit difficult to meet but comes down when called for treats.
Male, tuxedo, short-hair, adult (5 years): Sylvester is a rough-and-tumble rambunctious boy with a soft middle. He's famous for his mug and his hugs. He's been given the nickname of batman. His playful antics can be intimidating until you realize his snaps are just love bites. Sylvester gets along with other cats, but is no fan of dogs. You can find Sylvester in the window, prepared to greet everyone who walks through the door.
Male, tuxedo, short-hair, young (1 year): This handsome boy is all dressed up for a party. Tang is a bit shy upon greeting, yet is won over with toys and a gentle touch. He has grown in purrsonality and affection since coming to us a year ago. He prefers older women which is why Mamba is his bestie.
Female, tuxedo, short-hair, young (6-12 months): Helen is a kitty in progress. She has a hard time meeting people. Although she came into HART as a shy and fearful kitty, she's slowly becoming affectionate and trusting. Her best friends are Misty and Traveler. Although her besties are barn kitties, we believe she'll continue to grow into a fur-ever domestic home.
Female, tabby, short-hair, adult (1-3 years): This tender girl is still learning to trust people. In her time at HART, she has warmed up to the volunteers and becomes more affectionate every day. Given a chance in a patient, loving home, this little tigress is sure to blossom into a purrfect lady.