Jointly run with Maneki Neko Cat Rescue, our kitten adoption program is all about finding a safe and happy home for abandoned kittens. We believe that healthy animals who have been abandoned deserve a second at life with a loving family and want to offer our clients the opportunity to adopt instead of shop for a new kitten.

Every kitten adopted from our program is:

  • Health checked by one of our veterinarians
  • Microchipped
  • Vaccinated with a F3 (flu and enteritis) vaccination
  • Treated for fleas
  • Dewormed

All our adopted kittens come with a vaccination certificate, a record of their known history and a kitten start-up kit with all the essentials you’ll need to get your kitten settled. Adoption is a feel-good way to find a friend for life and save a healthy animal from euthanasia. So, if you are looking for a new kitten, please consider adoption and get in touch with our clinic.

If you want to adopt a more mature cat (kittens are a lot of work!), please get in touch with Maneki Neko Cat Rescue directly. Although often overlooked for adoption, older cats can make great companions and they come fully house trained!

Pet Care

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