Why Adopt from Cat Tales?
Some may say, “Why should I adopt from Cat Tales when I can get a cat from someone else free?”
At Cat Tales, we make a great effort to have healthy cats available for adoption. While there are never guarantees for any living creatures, we work diligently with our veterinarians to provide a comprehensive level of medical attention to all cats before adoption. The typical kitten receives the following: A physical examination by a veterinarian A blood test for Feline Leukemia (FeLV) and Feline Aids (FIV) Two distemper vaccines (at 6- and 9-weeks of age) and often a third vaccine in the series at 12 weeks Rabies vaccination A fecal exam, to check for internal parasites—this will typically show the cat has worms and an appropriate dewormer is given Spaying or neutering, as required by Pennsylvania state law. The retail price of these services can run $400-$600 with many veterinarians. No kitten, properly cared for, is ever “free.”
Once you decide on a cat(s) you would like to add to your family, you can fill out a paper application at our Adoption Center in Warrington, the Petsmart in Warminster, PA, or Main Street Animal Hospital in Doylestown, PA. Alternatively, you can submit an electronic application online from this site. If you would like to be pre-approved and choose your kitty later, you can go ahead and submit your application now.
You will receive an email or call from a Cat Tales Adoption Application Review Team member who will gather additional information to ensure that the cat you are requesting is indeed a good match for your particular situation, or help match you to the perfect kitty if you haven’t selected one yet. If you haven’t received an email from us within 48 hours, please check your spam folder. If you still don’t have an email call our hotline or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once the team member has processed your application and checked your veterinary and personal references, you will hopefully be approved to adopt. We will make arrangements with you to fill out the adoption agreement and then, the best part …you get to take your new kitty home!
It’s important to remember that adopting a kitty can be a 15-20 year commitment. Our goal is to make sure that the right kitten or cat finds the right family. Since the team members are familiar with the temperament and personality of all of the adoptable cats under our care, they can provide guidance in finding the right kitty to suit your circumstances and family.
Because Cat Tales volunteers work tirelessly to arrange successful adoptions, we strive to provide you with a happy and healthy cat. While there are never guarantees for any living creature, we work diligently with our veterinarians to provide a comprehensive level of medical attention to all cats before adoption. To that end, each cat has already received a complete medical assessment and all necessary treatments.
Current Adoption Fees
Kittens Up to 1y
Cats from 1-7y
Cats over 7y
Seniors For Seniors
Are you over 65? Would you love the companionship of an older cat (age 7 and up) but are concerned about the medical costs that may come with an older family member? We have a program that may be just the right solution. Please contact us for details.
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