Adoption Fees

Adult Cats
Senior Cats

The adoption fee includes the spay or neuter surgery (which is already done), microchip, testing for feline leukemia and FIV, distemper vaccination, deworming and flea treatment.

In addition, all of our senior kitties receive a thorough veterinary exam with comprehensive bloodwork, urinalysis (to check their kidney health) and dental care if needed.

It is always our policy to treat any known medical condition or disclose the condition if it's an ongoing concern.

How to Adopt

Adopting a cat from the Cat's Meow is a simple process.

  • Review the list of available cats to see who you might like to meet. We recommend saving your favorites.
  • Contact us and tell us who you're interested in. We're happy to answer any questions and help you find a cat that suits your family's lifestyle.
  • We'll schedule a time to meet and introduce you to the cats. If you find a good match, we'll complete some simple paperwork and in most cases you're able to take your new cat or kitten home the same day.

Why the Cat's Meow?

At the Cat's Meow, cats live in spacious living rooms while they wait for their new family. Our rooms are designed to be comfortable for the cats and the people visiting them. The cats are more comfortable which helps us get to know their personalities, so we can find just the right cat for your family.

We pride ourselves on being expert matchmakers. Tell us what you're looking for and we can help you find the purrfect match!

We're here to help if you have any issues or questions about your furry family member. We follow up on every adoption to ensure that you and your new companion are happy together.


Welcoming a new cat into your family is a long-term commitment and we want you and your new companion to be happy together. However, we do unconditionally guarantee every adoption. Any cat adopted from the Cat's Meow can be returned to us at any time for any reason.