Rescued Cats and Kittens


Friends of the Animals Foundation (FAF)

Friends of the Animals Foundation is an all-volunteer organization based in West Seattle and devoted to cat rescue and foster care. We humanely trap feral cats, spay or neuter (S/N) them, and then return them to where they were trapped or foster, socialize, and put them up for adoption. This is a process called trap, neuter, & return (TNR) and is considered one of the most humane methods of managing feral cats.

Adoption fees help defray the cost of medical expenses that are often more common with rescued cats: spaying or neutering; testing for FIV/FeLv, first vaccine(s), flea & ear mites treatment, worming (kittens); collar, ID tag, and Microchip; certificate for first vet exam, dentals, URIs, etc - average cost: $200+ per cat.

Fees (cash or check only)

$125 for one kitten or $180 for two kittens (under 1 year)

$50 cats (over 1 year)

Seniors (50+) can adopt one of our seniors (5+) for only $25

Adopter must sign an Adoption Contract & Agreement which includes agreement to

spay/neuter if animal is not already altered.

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