ADOPT a Kitten or a Cat
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for the Adoption Application

When you see a photo of a kitten or a cat that you are interested in meeting at the adoption fair, please e-mail or call to make sure that we bring it. We don't have space to transport all of the kittens/cats, so let us know which ones you would like to see- Send an e-mail to Applications must be filled out before we allow visits in foster homes.

Our cats and kittens are available for adoption locally in the Metro Atlanta area. You must be able to drive to meet the cats in person before an adoption can take place. See Rules & Fees for an outline of all FREEbies and extras included with each adoption.

This is what you get when you adopt a kitty from RescueCats:

A kitten or a cat that has been spayed or neutered, treated for fleas & worms, microchipped, vaccinated for RCP & Rabies(if old enough) & tested for FeLV/FIV, and a few older kitties have had dental cleanings.

*NEW ADOPTERS get over $300 WORTH OF SAVINGS from the PETSMART ADOPTION STARTER KIT(SAVINGS BOOK WITH COUPONS): Coupons for most of the needed supplies.
PLUS we give you:
A kitty toy.
Animal Planet DVD
Scratching Pad Offer

Complete an Online Adoption Application to adopt the kitty of your dreams.

Looking for the purrrfect gift? Buy a Gift Certificate so your recipient can decide which pet suits them best.

Out of concern for the safety of the kittens as well of the safety of children, we do not adopt out tiny kittens to homes with toddlers.

Priority is given to anyone willing to adopt more than one kitty.

Consider adopting an older cat! Many people overlook the grown cats for a cute kitten, and after many months they can get depressed when they aren't chosen. Just remember, kittens aren't small for long and they all grow up, so please consider adding a loving adult to your home. Open your heart and home to these sweet cats! They need you!

Donations gratefully accepted!

RescueCats, Inc.

P.O. Box 142882
Fayetteville, GA 30214

  • CLAWS:

  • Cats scratch surfaces to establish territory, stretch their muscles, release stress and burn off excess energy. This is natural, instinctual behavior found in all felines.
  • Providing appropriate scratching surfaces and posts allows cats to express this behavior safely and with minimal damage to your home.
  • Some cats prefer vertical scratchers, others prefer horizontal scratchers. Try a variety of both to determine kitty's preferences.
  • Use nail clippers or Soft Paws to keep your cat's claws manageable.
  • Declawing is unnecessary, inhumane and illegal in most developed countries.


  • Cats use their litterboxes to establish and reaffirm their territory. Make any changes to litterboxes slowly.
  • The magic number of litterboxes is the number of cats plus one. Put boxes in socially significant spaces (not in a closet, basement or garage).
  • Use a litter that your cat likes. Don't insist kitty use a litter she hates. It will not end well for you.
  • Most litterbox issues can be easily corrected. Consult your vet and feline behaviorist for more information.




Please bring a sturdy carrier to pick up your new kitty.

We have cardboard carriers available for $5.00 but highly recommend a good carrier that can be purchased at most local stores.

If you adopt from our Fayetteville location, we have several new carriers priced from $25-$55.

ALL kittens and cats must leave the adoption site in a carrier.

We also have other items for sale. Scratching posts, litter boxes, etc.


Celebrating 23 Years
-Over 8,800 Adoptions!

RescueCats, Inc.
P.O. Box 142882 Fayetteville, GA 30214

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Our Mission

RescueCats is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, state-licensed, no-kill group dedicated to rescuing owner released and homeless kittens and cats & placing them into new homes. To prevent pet overpopulation, we have all kittens and cats spayed or neutered, and we provide a safe and loving shelter until stable, loving homes can be found. We work very hard to be a role model for other groups and educate the public about the necessity of spaying and neutering and proper care of animals.