Are you ready to open your home to a new feline friend? Whether it's your first cat or you're a seasoned pet parent we're here to help match our fosters with the right forever family! You can see what cats we have available for adoption on this page and you can also sign up to be on our waitlist by letting us know what kind of kitty you're looking for.
Not quite ready to adopt? Perhaps being a foster parent is better fit for you! We're always looking for folks who can help out from a few days to a few months.
Changes to the adoption process during the COVID-19 Pandemic
In person meetings have been temporarily replaced with video meet and greets. They're really fun and you get a great idea of their personalities! Just submit an application and we'll contact you to get started.
Spay and neuter surgeries have been heavily impacted by the pandemic. Kittens awaiting surgeries can go home on a Foster-To-Adopt basis. We will coordinate with you to get them to and from their appointment and once they have the ol snip-snip we can make the adoption official!
What to expect when adopting from The Ranch Cat Rescue
1)Our cats and kittens are matched with your family to find the best fit for everyone. Our adoption process is thorough and we may require references and veterinary records for current animals.
2)We favor the buddy system and whenever possible adopt out kittens and cats in bonded pairs. When we do have singletons we usually require you to have another cat friend so your new pal isn't lonely.
3) All cats are spayed/neutered and vaccinated prior to adoption. The average age of kittens available for adoption is 16 weeks. Kittens awaiting surgeries can go home on a foster to adopt basis.
4) The Ranch is funded with donations and our model is to adopt cats at no set cost. We simply ask that you give what you can via any of our donation vehicles.
5) Depending on what cats we have in rescue when you apply, adoption timelines will vary and may be lengthy for kittens. If you are looking for a furry friend to take home right away we recommend visiting your local animal shelter. Petco and Petsmart are also great options as all of their adoptable cats come from rescues and shelters.
Coyote & Marten
Estimated DOB: 7/8/20
Coyote (f) Brown Tabby
Marten (m) Orange Tabby
These two snuggle and groom each other all day long.