About Us

F2F is not your average cat shelter. We are a 401 (c) 3 non-profit cat and limited in-take shelter. We are powered entirely by volunteers. We help cats of every kind and are one of the few shelters to house FIV+ cats. Our mission is to educate the public about FIV+ cats.

We give hundreds of homeless cats and kittens a fighting chance. We do not believe in finding our cat's next home, but their forever one. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Reach out to us on Facebook, through email, call or stop by during our open hours!
We are always happy to answer any questions you may have

Do your cats get along with other cats, dogs, and children?

All of our cats are in community rooms with other cats. However, not every cat has been socialized with children and/or dogs. You can learn more about our cats by going to our pet-finder page, emailing, or calling us as well. Even if a cat is not socialized with other cats, dogs, kids, etc. There are plenty of good resources on how to introduce a new cat to your home. 

Are your cats spayed/neutered as well as FIV/FeLV tested?

Yes! All of our cats are spayed/neutered and tested for FIV/FeLV before they are eligible for adoption. You can see what is included by visiting our adoption page

How long does the adoption process take?

Adoptions typically happen on the same day. Bring a carrier with you. If you do not have one, one will be provided to you. Please note that there is a $20 holding fee. When you bring the carrier back we will reimburse you. 

What if the adoption doesn't work out?

We understand that sometimes things do not work out, it is important that you find your perfect match!  To return one of our kitties please reach out to us on Facebook, Email, or call us and we will set up some time to meet with you. 

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Are your cats litter boxed trained?

Yes! All of our cats are litter box trained. If you adopt one of our cats and they stop using the litter box, call your veterinarian right away as this can be a sign of an illness. If you would like more information this article is a great resource! 

How do I introduce my cat to my other pets?

Slowly! First impressions are important especially when it comes to cats. Cats can be territorial and when a new cat comes in unannounced many negative behavioral issues can start. Here is an article with more information on the steps you should take when bringing in a new family member. 

Do you have any videos of your cats?

Yes! WE do! Check out and subscribe to our YouTube channel