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What is your adoption fee?

We do not have a set fee. We do require that each adopter makes a donation that is comfortable for them. The cat you adopt from us will be spayed or neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines as appropriate for their age, combo tested for FeLV and FIV, flea treated and dewormed. We provide the original health records to the adopter. We also register the microchip for the adopter for LIFE. These services would easily cost upwards of $300 at a vet office! Fortunately we have partnerships and discounts that allow us to do these things for less, but our cost for the average healthy cat is between $100 and $150. That does not include things like food and litter. We are a 100% volunteer organization so every penny donated goes directly into helping kitties. We operate completely on donations and grants, so your donation is greatly appreciated!

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What is your location?

We do not have a shelter or building. We are an all foster based rescue. This means our rescue cats are housed in the homes of our wonderful foster families! This is a great advantage for adopters because the foster gets to know the cats who live with them and can provide great information on the personality of the cat. Some foster families have other cats, some have dogs, and some have small children. This helps us match our adopters with the best cat for their family.

We do partner with two local Petsmart Stores. We operate adoption centers out of each of these stores where we keep a small number of our ready for adoption cats at any given time. You can view the cats in the stores whenever they are open, but you will need to contact us for an appointment to meet the cats in person. We also host adoption events at these stores most weekends. You can find the schedule for these events here.

Taylors Petsmart
6019 Wade Hampton Blvd
Taylors, SC 29687

Laurens Road Petsmart
2449 Laurens Rd
Greenville, SC 29607

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Where can I see your cats available for adoption?

We have adoption events most every weekend! Our usual schedule is: Saturdays at the Laurens Road Petsmart and Sunday at the Taylors Petsmart. Times and dates vary slightly from week to week, so the most accurate schedule is posted weekly on our Events page.

You can see some of our available cats at the adoption centers at our Petsmart partner stores (see the question about location for the addresses). You will need to make an appointment with us to meet these cats in person though.

Since we are a foster based rescue, you can see many of our available kitties by checking out our Adoptable Cats on the Available Cats and Kittens page.

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I’d like to volunteer. How can I help?

Our greatest volunteer need is ALWAYS foster homes for our cats. Fosters are the lifeline of our rescue – without our wonderful fosters, our organization would not exist! Fostering is a great family opportunity and a wonderful way for school age children to get volunteer hours at home. It is also a great way to see if owning a cat is right for your family, while doing something great for the felines in need. Fosters can choose from many foster situations: Mama cat with kittens, Adult cats, Medical needs cats, Orphaned kittens, or Bottle baby kittens. Temporary fosters are also needed to give cats who have been in our adoption center too long a break, or to help fosters who are going out of town. We offer a great, supportive foster program. Inquire if you would like to know more. Our foster application is available here.

We have other volunteer opportunities as well. These vary and are ever changing. Assisting with feeding and cleaning at our adoption center is an ongoing need. We also need help at the adoption events we hold each weekend. Setting up, breaking down, making copies, or training to become a certified Adoption Counselor are adoption event opportunities. Other opportunities include graphic design, website maintenance, fund raising and special event planning. More information about volunteering can be found on our Volunteer page.

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What is your adoption process?

We are committed to finding a home for every cat. It is our goal to match the right family with the right cat. We have a simple application that gives us insight into what type of cat would best fit your family. We follow that with a conversation based counseling session, designed to answer a potential adopters questions and provide helpful information on how to integrate a new cat into your home! Our certified adoption counselors will go over the cat’s medical history and records, make recommendations about food and types of litter and explain how to introduce a new cat to existing pets in your home.

We have certified adoption counselors at every adoption event, so adoptions can happen in the same day! Please allow an hour to an hour and a half to complete the application and counseling session.
If you submit an application outside of an adoption event, please allow a few days for us to respond to you. Our volunteers do not get paid for thier time and have jobs and lives outside of their work for the rescue. We will contact you as soon as we can to determine if you are a good fit for the cat and schedule a meeting.

We don’t charge a set adoption fee, but we do ask each adopter to make a donation!

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