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Adopting Cats

Our community struggles with overpopulation because cats that are not spayed or neutered can have many litters. Consider adopting a kitten or cat in search of their forever home from one of these great organizations. If getting a kitten, it’s always good to get a second to play together. Your new kitten or cat is eligible for a free exam (if adopted from a rescue organization) and a 1-month pet insurance trial.

Adopting a Cat vs. a Kitten

Which will be better for you?

Remember: Cats or kittens from shelters have usually been spayed or neutered and had some of their vaccines making the adoption fee well worth it.