To provide better service to potential adopters, adoption hours and shelter visits are now by appointment, Monday through Saturday. Call the shelter at (804) 580-6156 to make an appointment or ask questions about adoption and available pets. Please leave your name, phone number and a message if there is no answer. You may also contact the shelter by e-mail at email@example.com
This page is dedicated to all of the cats waiting for their forever homes. Their vaccinations are current. If they have not been spayed or neutered at the time of adoption, you'll receive a certificate for spaying/neutering (generously provided by the Animal Welfare League of the Northern Neck). If you have questions about adoptable pets, call the Shelter at (804) 580-6156.
Take 2 Kittens for 1 Adoption Fee
We have lots of kittens and are offering two kittens for the price of one adoption (limited time only). Several are siblings, and the ages range from two to five months. Many were fostered by volunteers shortly after their arrival to ensure proper nurturing since there was no mother cat, which also enhanced their socialization/behavioral skills.
Top photo collage: (L) Braec (gaelic for brave/courage); (top right) Chicory; and (bottom right) Christina Rosetti who's quite poetic when she meows.
Middle photo collage: (L-top down) Daikon, Michigan, Nema. (R) Fergie.
Bottom photo collage: (L top) Ranja, (L bottom) Sierra, (R top) Royal, and (R bottom) Sucio.
They're all in need of good-loving homes and have personalities that'll charm you at meow (hello). All are healthy, playful, cuddly, and typical kittens. NOTE: When of age, their spaying/neutering will be paid for, courtesy of the Animal Welfare League.
Shadow is a gray tabby who is about one-year old. She was brought to the shelter just as she was giving birth. Shadow delivered three healthy gray tabbies and nursed a stray gray tabby as well. Shadow seems shy but once she feels a human hand petting her, she can't get enough. She doesn't mind being held for short periods either. NOTE: Shadow was spayed, courtesy of the Animal Welfare League.