About Cat Call Inc
About Our Rescue Group...
Cat Call Inc is a federally recognized 501 (c) 3 non profit organization in Hillsborough County FL. We are an all volunteer, no kill rescue with no shelter or building and depend on Foster Homes for our animals.
We also have cats and kittens in foster homes that are not listed on here yet. If you are looking for a certain type of cat/kitten, please reach out to us and we will do our best to help you find just the right feline for your family.
We are always looking for volunteers to help kennel at our 2 Brandon Pet Smarts, as well as fosters. If you would like to help us "Save One Life At A Time", please reach out and we will get you set up. You can also follow us on face book, our website (http://www.catcall.org/), PetFinder and Adopt A Pet.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Come Meet Our Pets...
Unfortunately we don't have a shelter, so all of our cats/kittens live with their foster families. Once ready for adoption they do "cage time". Thanks to Pet Smart Store in Brandon and Sarasota we house anywhere from 6-10 cats/kittens in their adoption center, on a 1-2 week basis.. They are available for viewing 7 days a week during store hours. We have adoptions EVERY weekend, Saturday 11am-3pm and Sunday 12pm-3pm (hours are subject to change).
Come meet our cats and kittens at:
Pet Smart: 1051 W.Brandon Blvd, Brandon
Pet Smart 11331 Causeway Blvd. Brandon.
Pet Smart: 4942 S Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
If a Cat Call member is not in the store, please check with the manager for help to contact us.
Our Adoption Process...
We have a contract, proof of drivers license, or personal photo ID. We will need to do interview with the adopting family and have all information on form gone over in person with a Adoption Specialist. We take cash or personal checks only.
All of our adoptable rescues have a clean bill of health (unless otherwise stated), spayed/neutered, vaccinated (age-appropriately), tested (Felv/FIV for cats, current on flea and micro chipped (unless stated). This is all included in their adoption fee that go in as a donation to help us cover their medical costs and continue to helps other animals in need.
A copy of all pet medical information and health status will be given at time of adoption for your records. Some of the young kittens will need follow-up booster and if not 3 months their rabies. This will be discussed at time of adoption.