Adopting a F2F Cat

Thank you for considering adoption! All of our cats are viewable on our Pet-finder page or you can take a tour of our facility during open hours. We are located at 2525 Hall Rd. Muskegon, MI 49442
Our open hours are:
Monday – 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Wednesday – 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday - 10:00 am to 1:00 pm


What are your adoption requirements?

You must be 18 years or older to adopt from Faithful to Felines. As well as reside or (own) a house/apartment/condo/duplex/public housing, etc. that allows pets to live with you. 

What are your adoption fees?

We sometimes have special events in which our adoption prices change. Feel free to follow us on Facebook for the latest. Adoption fees on a normal day are as follow: 

What is included in your adoption fee? 

Disclaimer - PLEASE READ

If you originally adopted from us we will always take our own cats back by appointment only (shelter phone 231-773-3030) just leave us a message with your name, phone number, and cat’s name and we’ll call you back to arrange that appointment.


Please be advised, that F2F reserves the right to deny any adoption application for any reason.

Faithful To Felines is run completely by volunteers, your patience is appreciated while we answer your inquiry about adoption. This information is not to be construed as a complete list of F2F’s adoption policies but is for informational purposes only. A complete list of F2F adoption policies can be found here or on the adoption contract and paperwork.


Faithful to Felines Main Location
2525 Hall Rd. Muskegon, MI 49442

Monday 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Wednesday 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Saturday - 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

Cats that need you the most

Faithful to Feline is one of the few places that has an entirely separate room to take in and care for FIV-positive cats. Many cats with FIV live long and healthy lives. 

According to Cornell University, Veterinary School of Medicine, “The primary mode of transmission for FIV is through bite wounds from an infected cat. Casual, non-aggressive contact, such as sharing water bowls or mutual grooming, does not appear to be an efficient route of spreading the virus. As a result, cats in households with stable social structures where housemates do not fight are at little risk of acquiring FIV infections. Only on rare occasions, an infected mother cat may transmit the infection to her kittens. However, if the mother becomes infected with FIV during her pregnancy, the transmission risk to the kittens is increased. Sexual contact is not a significant means of spreading FIV among cats.” (Cornell University, 2021). 

Click here to visit our FIV Awareness page! To read the full article click here, if you would like more information on FIV and cats click here. And as always talk to your veterinarian if you have any concerns or questions about FIV. 

Barns needed

**PLEASE NOTE: Due to the nature of the program, we may not have suitable cats available immediately but will try to fill your request as soon as possible. We maintain a waiting list as the number of cats available for the Barn Cat Program will fluctuate.

F2F Barn Cat Program

Sometimes we have cats who cannot live as house cats. This program is designed to find homes for cats that have traditionally been deemed un-adoptable through our typical adoption process.  Cats in our Barn Cat Program have temperaments that range from feral to friendly and usually fall into one of three categories:

We refer to these cats as “barn cats” because that is the most common housing option. However, many types of buildings could provide a safe, happy home for one of these special cats. Perhaps you own a warehouse, a workshop, or a garage – as long as the cat(s) will be cared for and will have appropriate shelter, we are willing to consider creative locations! 

It is important to note that we do not adopt cats who are suitable to be household companions in barns, only those cats without other options.


When you adopt a barn cat, you agree to give them:


All barn cats available for adoption are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, have received initial deworming and flea/tick preventative, and are microchipped and ear-tipped (for permanent identification purposes). When you adopt a barn cat, we will go over with you how to acclimate your new cat to its new surroundings and make them feel at home.

While there is no set adoption fee for barn cats, we kindly request a donation to help offset the cost of their medical care.

If you have any questions about the program, feel free to email us.