You can make the world a better place by giving a loving and safe home to a needy former feral cat or kitten.
The kitties that are available vary from time to time and there are always new ones: Use the Tag Adoptable to search the latest kitty selection:
I live in southern Tillamook county but I am willing to bring kittens a reasonable distance for good homes, up to 150 miles or so. Just be sure that you have a safe, loving environment for a special kitty cat.
We also have a selection of basically tame adult cats. Many of them were once box-trained and can be good indoor pets once they adjust to you. They also make good barn cats if you have a safe place for them and are willing to feed and care for them.
Why Adopt A Feral Kitten?
It's the right thing to do if you have a loving, safe home. These kittens need someone to love them and take good care of them. Also, more kittens need to be rescued but I can only rescue them when there is room. Ferals rescued as kittens become exceptionally loyal pets. They just need a little time to get used to you so they are not the best choice for a first pet for a small child.
YOU SHOULD KNOW: These kittens were born wild but they are now tamed and people-friendly. All adoptable kittens have received antibiotics, worm medicine and flea treatments. Some have had their first kitten shot(s), courtesy of Pioneer Veterinary Hospital. All are BOX TRAINED for indoor life. Pesky has been spayed already! They love people but are sometimes fearful of strangers and new places. They will need a little time to get used to you and will need to be kept indoors for awhile, but once they do they will make great and loyal pets for life.