What We Do

 

Adoption fees defray the cost of spaying or neutering; testing for FIV/FeLv, first vaccine(s), flea treatment, worming (kittens); collar, ID tag, and Microchip, certificate for first vet exam - average cost: $200+ per cat.

Fees (cash or check only)

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

$50 cat (1 year or older)

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.

Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) helps to keep the feral cat population in and around West Seattle from increasing. Our volunteers safely trap cats and transport them to veterinary clinics where they are spayed or neutered and then released back to the home area. Whenever possible, feral kittens are socialized and adopted out to loving homes.

TNR

Care for homeless, injured, abandoned, abused, handicapped and/or orphaned animals until suitable homes can be found for them. We have loving, beautiful cats and kittens that you can make a part of your family. This can be temporary as a foster home or a permanent adoption.

Come see some of our cats and kittens at:

  1. The Whole Cat and kaboodle, Kirkland

  2. online at Petfinder

  3. at various specialty pets stores that host adoption events

Kitten Season is here and we need foster homes! We pay for supplies (food, litter, vet expenses). Please help! (cats can have 3 litters a year!)

Foster Care

Adoption

Our sanctuary for feral cats. Located on the Kitsap Peninsula, this colony provides a safe fenced, one acre home for about 70 cats letting them live out their lives with food, medical care, and most important, love!

Cheryl’s Ferals

Frank

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It is FAF’s policy to only accept kittens for adoption if the people giving up the kittens allow us to spay the mother cat.

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