Adoptions

CATSS has the health of humans and felines in mind. We are operating our visitations and adoptions to adhere to social-distancing practices.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

Kittens

Kitten season has returned! Our kittens are waiting to meet you at the Ginko Gallery (Oberlin, OH). 

Visitations are limited to 20 minutes to allow as many visitors as possible while maintaining social distancing. 

Follow the Ginko Kittens Facebook Page and Instagram account to keep up with recent photos and updates. 

  • Ginko Kittens Facebook Page
  • CATSS Oberlin Instagram
Adolescent & Adult Cats

Please visit Petfinder to see adoptable cats that have been spayed/neutered.

 

While some of these cats are in foster care, others are available to visit at our Lincoln Street home. This includes older kittens (7-12 weeks old) who have yet to be spayed/neutered.

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View

Visit our page on Petfinder to find those currently available for adoption. Just click the button below or this link to get started. 

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Petfinder is a third-party, searchable database of animals who need homes. 

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Consultation

Upon receiving your application, a CATSS volunteer will contact you to discuss which cat(s) you are interested in adopting and to determine if it would be a good fit with your family situation.  

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Apply

If you are interested in adopting from us, you must fill out the updated adoption application* and email it to CATSSOberlin@gmail.com.

*This is not the same application to adopt a kitten from the Ginko Gallery. Please visit the gallery in-person if interested in a Ginko kitten.

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Meet & Greet

If you are accepted as a potential adopter, you will be connected with the foster family for a “meet and greet" at the Lincoln Street home or other foster home.

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Agreement & Pick-up

If you and the foster parents agree it will be a good fit, we can likely process all paperwork electronically. We will arrange a time for you to pick up and pay for the cat. 

Disclaimer

There may still be foster families who prefer not to have people in their homes, though most will allow it. Lincoln Street can be the meet up location, unless the cat would not do well there. Most times potential adopters can meet the cat in person, but CATSS cannot guarantee this will always be the case.