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Adopt a Cat. Save a Life.

Just like spay/neuter, adoption is key to creating a no-kill cat nation. Adoption gives homeless cats the life, home and love they seek. Every cat adopted helps free valuable space in rapidly filling no-kill shelters, giving more lost feline souls the chance to be found. Check our listings for shelters in your area. 

Kitten | Tabby & Domestic Short Hair | Female
Praline is one of the kittens from the ice cream litter. Her siblings are Cream, Butter, and Pecan. Their birthdate is March 16th, 2017. This is a wonderful litter. All four kittens are very outgoing, have great purrs, and love people. Praline is a beautiful tabby and white kitten. She is probably the most independent of the four kittens. She loves people but will also go off and play by herself or with her siblings. She tested negative for fiv/felv, has her initial vaccines and will be spayed and microchipped before going to her new home. Praline would be a wonderful addition to your family. Our adoption fee is $70.00 for one kitten or $100.00 for two kittens. If interested please fill out an application on our website: If you have additional questions you can contact her foster mom, Nancy at or 513-752-6105. 7/11/17 8:17 PM

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Your Adoption Day

On your adoption day, arrive at the shelter with an acceptable method of payment for your new feline friend's fee, any necessary adoption forms and a carrier. Of course, by then you’ll have already read how to prepare for cat adoption as well as what to expect in the first 30 days. So let us be the first to say congratulations!

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Adoption Myth #3

Receiving little care, cats in no-kill shelters are often unhealthy. 

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70 Million: A Homeless Cat Nation

Estimates place the U.S. homeless cat population at around 70 million. For context, the human population of Cincinnati and Indianapolis combined is just over 1.1 million. Many of these homeless felines are adoptable.