What is a plethora? Some definitions would be surplus, superabundance, profusion, and lots of kittens. The kittens pictured above are just a few of the over 150 kittens that we have in our foster homes right now. From left to right – Lucky Lucy, Skip, Trek, Milo, Martini, Ginny Weasley, and Carrie Anne are either ready or almost ready for new homes. We have kittens with just about any color, markings, coat length, and personality to choose from.
You might not see all of these kittens on the website yet because some of them may not be quite old enough to spay and neuter. We spay and neuter everyone before they are adopted, ensuring they never add to our cat overpopulation problem. The surgery happens when they reach three pounds, generally around the 10 to 12 week old mark.
Better yet? Visit us at our Adoption Center in Verona on Saturdays from 10am-4pm and Sundays from 1pm to 4pm, and at Petsmart East Madison on Sundays from 1pm to 4pm. That way you can meet our kittens face-to-furry face who are ready to go home or within a week or two of adoption! Different kittens appear at Petsmart East Madison than our Verona Adoption Center, so if you can’t find the right kitten at one adoption location, please visit the other! We’re sure we have the right furry family member for you!
And of course, if you (or your current furry family) don’t want a kitten and appreciate the calmer energy of an adult, we have plenty of adult and senior cats waiting for their forever homes, too.