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Adopting a cat not only a big responsibility but a commitment for the life of the cat.  Please be certain you are ready to make a commitment of 15 to 20 years!  

Adopting from AdvoCat is very different than adopting from an online ad, social media posting, or taking a free kitten from a finder.  The main difference and benefit is your new cat or kitten(s) will have all been seen by a vet, tested for Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), received dewormers and flea treatment, and will be current with vaccinations.  If we are aware of any health issues that may need future treatment we will let you know and also explain how we will provide any treatment.  

We also provide spay and neuter for all of our cats and kittens (we insist!)

Please Note the Following:

Kittens under the age of 6 months old are required to be either adopted in pairs or to a home with a young cat or kitten.  This is important for the kittens socialization.  Kittens separated from other cats too early more often wind up with aggressive play behaviors and bad litter box manners.  This behavior has a name (actually two names).  You can read about it on this link "Single Kitten Syndrome".

Please note that since we are a foster based-rescue (no facility) our cats and kittens are shown by appointment only once an application has been submitted and approved.

You can access our Adoption Application here 

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