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A no-kill sanctuary for cats

Three Steps to Your New Best Friend

Modified for the COVID Pandemic

1. The first step in adopting a cat from Pet Pride during the COVID pandemic is completing our online adoption application. We ask that you also review our adoption contract.

2. After our team members have reviewed your application, they will contact you to schedule an appointment. You can choose one of two types of appointments:

A visit to the sanctuary. At this time, we are open only by appointment. You will be required to wear a mask, and you will be asked to sanitize your hands upon entry to our building. All staff members will also be wearing masks. You will have a socially distant conversation with a team member, who will then bring adoptable cats or kittens out to meet you in the reception area.

A virtual interview. If you are more comfortable with this option, a team member will speak with you via FaceTime or a similar app and send you pictures of available cats.

3. The last and most exciting step in the process is bringing your new cat or kitten home with you. Be sure to bring a cat carrier for your cat’s safety. We cannot send a cat home without one. And be sure you have food, bowls, toys, treats, litter, and a litter box or two set up at home. A Pet Pride team member will review the adoption contract with you and collect the adoption fee. Then you will be able to take your new family member home!

What's Included in the Adoption Fee

All of our adoptable cats and kittens have had the following:

  • A physical examination by a veterinarian
  • Spay/neuter surgery
  • FVRCP & rabies vaccinations
  • FIV and feline leukemia tests
  • Flea treatment & deworming medication as needed
  • Microchip implant & registration

In addition, you will receive

  • One free month of health insurance for your new pet
  • A lifetime of love and happiness!
Age of Adoptee
Adoption Fee
Kitten (less than 6 months of age)
Adult Cat
Senior Cat (7 years and older)