Will my new pet be neutered/spayed? How are they vetted?
Yes, they will be fixed prior to being adopted. This surgery along with age-appropriate vaccinations and microchips are completed via the ASPCA.
Can I adopt one kitten?
We like to adopt kittens in pairs most often. It helps with socialization and behavior. On a case-by-case basis, we adopt kittens to homes with another animal.
Where is your shelter?
We do not have a shelter. We are a group of foster families that open our homes to these cats. We also have a holding space in Queens. One of our long-term goals is to open an Animal Shelter or Cat Cafe.
How can I meet a cat in your care?
Please fill out an adoption application.
Will Puppy Kitty be contacting my references?
Yes, we will.
How long will it take for you to look over my application?
It might take a bit of time. We will process it as soon as we can.
I adopted an animal and need medical records. What do I do?
Please fill out the form below and someone will get back to you ASAP.
I think I want to surrender my pet. Can you help?
We understand this can be a tough decision to make sometimes. If you adopted directly from us please send us an email with your name the cats name when you adopted it and why you cannot keep the animal. No adoption fees will be reimbursed.
If you did not adopt from us first ask every member of your family, your co-workers and your friends if one of them will adopt your cat. After you have exhausted all resources please fill out the form below. Please arrange for a recent vet visit and updates on vaccines and other treatments that may be necessary. A surrender fee will be charged.