Adopt a Cat from the Orlando Cat Café

Thinking about adopting? The best way to do this is to come on in and meet the cats available for adoption. We encourage you and your family to spend time with each cat you are interested in to see which is the best fit. Our trained staff and volunteers are happy to answer questions about the animals and provide you with whatever background information we have regarding that pet. Please keep in mind we do not always know all of the adoptable animals’ history or background depending on how they arrived at SPCA Florida, prior to arriving at Orlando Cat Café. Our goal is to match a pet’s personality and needs with a family’s needs and lifestyle to increase the likelihood of a lifetime happy relationship for the whole family.

 

What to Consider Before Adoption:

  • Pets require a significant time commitment.
  • A pet’s life span can be from 5-20 years. Some animals are better with children than others. Please consider your future plans before bringing home a furry companion.
  • Animals require a financial commitment. Food, treats, toys, veterinary check-ups and preventative medications can add up.
  • Post adopt clients are guided to keep their pets quarantined for 14 days

All of the cats at The Orlando Cat Café are spayed/neutered, tested for feline leukemia and feline aids and receive vaccinations for feline distemper, rhinotracheitis, calici virus and rabies (if age appropriate), are dewormed, receive monthly flea, and are microchipped. Cats live at the Café while waiting for their forever homes.

How our adoption process works:

When you find a pet you would like to adopt, the next step is to fill out an Adoption Application, which will be reviewed with you by one of our trained counselors. The counselors will answer any questions you may have. Please note adopters must be 18 years or older and present a valid photo ID, and no adoptions are processed 30 minutes prior to closing.

Adoption Fees

Adoption fees vary depending on breed and age. For a list of adoptable felines and corresponding adoption fee, please visit the SPCA Florida’s website.

If you are interested in seeing more kitties, visit our rescue partner, SPCA Florida located at 5850 Brannen Road S. in Lakeland. Click here for hours and directions.

The above process and pricing are subject to change as needed to increase our efficiency in re-homing pets to loving families.

 

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