Our Featured Sherwood, OR Partner:
Cat Adoption Team
Cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
14175 SW Galbreath
Sherwood, OR 97140
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Portland Metro Area
About Our Shelter:The Cat Adoption Team (CAT) is the Pacific Northwest’s largest non-profit, no-kill cat shelter with its own full service on-site veterinary hospital. CAT rescues, rehabilitates and places the community’s abandoned, neglected and injured cats and kittens into loving, lifetime homes. CAT not only partners with the community but with local county shelters, rescue groups and veterinary offices to take in cats that might otherwise be euthanized due to medical problems or space constraints. CAT saves close to 3,000 lives per year and relies heavily on the support of the public and generous volunteers. Thank you for visiting our site and helping us save lives!
Come Meet our Pets:Visit our website at www. catadoptionteam.org to view over 200 cats and kittens available for adoptions.
The shelter is located at:
14175 SW Galbreath Drive in Sherwood, Oregon. We are open 7 days a week from 10AM to 6PM.
Our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our phone number: 503-925-8903
We have outreach centers at the Petsmarts in Clackamas, Hillsboro, Tigard & Wilsonville and Petco in Tualatin. We also have an outreach center at the Pet Loft in John's Landing.
Our Adoption Process:CAT adoption fees:
1 Kitten (up to 6 months) $125
1 Adult Cat $85
1 Senior Cat (over 8 years) $60
1 FIV/FELV Cat $60
The adoption fee includes:
Testing for FELV and FIV
Microchip (including registration)
FVRCP and Leukemia vaccinations
Treatment for parasites (fleas, worms)
The Cat Adoption Team requires all potential adoptive families to meet with a trained adoption counselor before adopting a cat. Families must complete an application and sign a contract, which outlines our organization's adoption guidelines. Individuals who are interested in adopting a cat or kitten are welcome to call our facility to discuss these guidelines before visiting our adoption center.
In order to give our kittens a strong, healthy start in life, and to minimize behavior problems by assuring that they are fully weaned and litter box trained, we do not adopt out any kitten until they are at least 8-10 weeks old.
Cats or kittens that test positive for leukemia or FIV can still live relatively long and healthy lives in an indoor, stress-free environment. They must, however, be adopted to homes that either have no other cats or already have asymptomatic leukemia- or FIV-positive cats. These diseases cannot be passed on to humans; they can, however, be transmitted through blood to healthy cats. Therefore, these cats must be placed in indoor-only home.