The Cat Hospital of Tampa Bay
St. Petersburg, Fl. 33702
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday- 8 am - Noon
These special cats need a forever home!
We have several cats that are looking for a forever home. Every hospital cat is treated regularly with flea prevention and de-worming treatments. They are up to date on vaccines and have been spayed or neutered. If you are looking to invite a new feline companion into your home, please give us a call and set up a date to meet our amazing kitties that are up for adoption.
There is an adoption fee of $150.00. The adoption fee will cover current vaccinations, FELV/FIV – negative status, and spay/neutering. On occasion, we have additional kittens/ cats up for adoption. All potential adopters will be interviewed and selected at the discretion of the veterinarian; based on the ability to provide the means necessary to care for the kitten/cat.
This is Alaska. He is a Ragamuffin who was rescued from a hoarder with 84 cats. He's never been outside and is poorly socialized, so he needs a very special home. Alaska was sent to Atlanta to a rescue group on a Pilots n Paws flight with Dr. Shannon, but no one was able to touch him and he was scheduled to be euthanized. On the next flight, Dr. Shannon brought Alaska back so that we could try to work with him and find him a forever home. He is about 3 years old and is making slow but steady progress.
Cats for Adoption
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This is Fred. He is a loving 5 year old, handsome gray tabby. We believe he would make a great addition to any family, we are unsure how he gets along with dogs, but he does very well with other cats. He's is an in your lap type of cat, he loves attention! Fred is on a special Royal Canin diet that has to be maintained, but other than that he is a sweet easy to care for kitty. He is too young to live life in a cage!
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