Adopting a furry family member is a lifetime commitment, and we want to make sure you have all the resources necessary to make the best decision possible! We’ve included several educational resources below for all life stages. We encourage everyone to bookmark the page and come back to it as often as you need! And don’t forget, we’re always here to help! We’re just a click away on the Contact Us page.
What’s this thing called “kitten season”??
Kitten season occurs every year from roughly April through October. This is the time that cats who haven’t been spayed or neutered have so many babies that shelters, rescues, and good Samaritans become entirely overwhelmed. Interested in helping? Foster with us! You can also support community TNR. Ask us how!
Kittens - they’re cute, cuddly, and slightly crazy. We love them. The entire internet loves them! But kittens, like kids, require work.
To give our kittens the best life possible, we don’t send them to their fur-ever homes until 12 weeks old. This gives them time to learn from mom how to be a cat.
We also always ALWAYS recommend adopting kittens in pairs, or into a home with another cat. Kittens have endless energy and are still learning. Having a furry sibling to help them on their journey takes the burden off you!!
Questions? Ask us! We’re here to help!
Every year November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, but we love our seniors every day! Cats are considered seniors when they hit 8 years old, but many cats live to be 18, 19, 20…or even older! Senior cats still have so much life to live, and so much love to give. All our seniors get full vet care prior to adoption and lots of love from our fosters. Seniors often require some special accommodations, and we’re happy to help you through that. Things like a revised diet, a good dental cleaning, step stools to help them join you up on the couch, and joint supplements go a long way towards keeping your senior kitty purring.
Older cats make great additions to homes that don’t have the energy for kitten chaos, litter training, or in 3 a.m. wake up calls. These cats are also some of the hardest to find homes for, so you can give yourself an extra pat on the back for saving a life in their golden years!
Want to know more? As always, ask us! Or check out some of these resources for more information -