My name is Kit!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Alameda, California - Kit
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Alameda, California - Kit
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I'm being cared for by:
Island Cat Resources and Adoption (ICRA)

Facts about Kit

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 9793680-3687 KB
  • Hair: Short

Kit is a wonderful young cat! He’s smart, sweet, playful, and affectionate. He loves being petted, brushed, and having his human play with him. He’s surprisingly quiet — his foster guardian has never heard him do anything but murmur — but that could change as he matures. He wants attention, and asks for it, but he’s also independent. He’ll play on his own, chasing a mouse, throwing it, and retrieving it to start over again. He will sit quietly beside you as you read or watch a movie, and sleep quietly at the foot of your bed for most of the night. He’s neat with his litter box and food, uses a cardboard scratching box regularly, and can easily be picked up.  Unlike some youngsters who need the company of another cat, Kit would do fine as an only cat. On the other hand, he’s been fostered with three other cats and done fine. He is fostered with a cat-friendly dog and they co-exist peacefully. He may do well with older kids or those with some experience with cats. Kit would make a perfect first cat, as well. We estimate he was born in mid-July of 2015. Bio# 3687 KB

About Island Cat Resources and Adoption (ICRA)

About Our Rescue Group...

ICRA is an all volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the suffering of the abandoned cat population of Alameda and Oakland, and to educate people to their plight. We provide foster homes for our rescues until we can place them into loving homes through our adoption program. On a limited basis, we humanely trap feral cats in order to spay/neuter them before releasing them back to their colonies. Our goal is to expand our program for maintaining cat colonies in our communities. To make this expansion possible, we need more volunteers.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Donate to ICRA through Network for Good

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoptions are hosted at PETCO, 2310 S. Shore Center, in Alameda's South Shore Center, every Saturday from —
11 am to 4:00 pm

No cats show on major holiday weekends.

Enter the store, head to the right past the registers and straight ahead to the far wall of the store.There is a door there where you will find our cats.

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Our Adoption Process...

Potential adopters pick out a cat or kitten and fill out an application.
There will be a short interview with one of our volunteers. Adoptions do not happen the same day. We will arrange a time to visit your home and the foster parents and a volunteer will meet there. Our adoption fee structure is:

  • Cats and kittens (six months to 8 years): $100
  • Cats (over 8 years): $75
  • Two cats: Full amount for the higher amount cat, half amount for the lower amount cat

    For example: a kitten and an adult would be: $100 + $50 = $150

Prior to Adoption all cats and kittens are:

  • Spayed or neutered
  • FeLV and FIV tested
  • FVRCP vaccinated
  • De-wormed, and
  • Treated for fleas with Advantage or Frontline