Our Featured Austin, TX Partner:
Cedar Forest Cat Ranch, Inc.
Austin, TX 78719
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.
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:
Cedar Forest Cat Ranch, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization was formed as the needs of the abandoned and feral cat population in Southeast Travis County Texas grew over the past several years. The Cat Ranch received non-profit status from the Internal Revenue Service in March of 2006. Cedar Forest Cat Ranch, Inc.ĺs primary mission is to rescue, foster and offer adoption services for the lost, abused, abandoned and homeless cats in Southeast Travis County, Texas.
The Cedar Forest Cat Ranch exists for the purpose of rescuing, fostering and offering adoption services for lost, abused, abandoned and homeless cats in our community. We provide wellness care to preserve the health of rescued and homeless cats and provide sterilization surgery. Our mission is to promote and ensure humane treatment to all cats in need of a safe haven.
Come Meet our Pets:
The temperament of each cat at the Ranch is closely monitored so as to offer his/her adoptive family
the best match of feline to family as is possible.
All of the crazy cats (that enjoy being outdoors) at Cedar Forest Cat Ranch are available for one-on-one human interaction in their exclusive one-of-a-kind Cat Corral. Many of these felines prefer the comfort of indoors and live in our home. Please call and make an appointment to come and spend time with these loving, special creatures.
Our Adoption Process:
Potential adopters are interviewed face-to-face and are required to complete a written application and
furnish veterinarian and/or other personal references.
An adoption fee is required ranging in cost from $45-$125 depending upon the age of the kitten or cat and if they are current on their vaccinations. All of our felines have tested negative for feline leukemia and HIV. If a kitten has not been sterilized, proof of sterilization is required within 6 months of its adoption.