Our Mission


To provide a no kill sanctuary for unwanted cats and kittens in Ashland County, Ohio. These cats are given complete veterinarian care while in our care until they are adopted. 

All of our cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated for feline leukemia, distemper, and rabies as well as tested for feline aids (FIV) and feline leukemia (FeLV), dewormed and given monthly flea treatment. They are also treated for all prevalent illnesses while in our care.   

We have a wide range of cats looking for new homes. We have a variety of ages from kittens, adult, and senior cats. We have long hair, short hair, a variety of colors, some declawed, males and females, as well as siblings. We also have a few special need cats, so we are sure that we can find the right match for your family.

Our sanctuary is an open environment, and we do not have our cats in cages. They are all free roaming, able to interact and socialize with one another. This helps us get to know them, their personalities, who gets along with whom, and behaviors. This helps us match the right cat with the right family, to help insure a purrfect relationship!

We also have the policy, and it is stated in the adoption contract, that if for some reason you cannot keep your adopted friend from our sanctuary, we will always take our cats back.

We understand life has its twists and turns, and whether it is 10 days or 10 years from adopting on our our cats, you can always bring it back here if you are unable to care for it any longer.

Our Adoptable Cats



Do You Need to ReHome a Cat?

Adopt-a-Pet has started a new service for folks who need to rehome a pet. Please click the blue picture with the paw print to learn more about this service.

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These are just a few of our cats available for adoption. Please check out our cats by clinking the "Cats and Kittens" link.

Cats we have available for adoption can also be viewed on Petfinder.










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