Cats

Calaveras Humane Society Cat Directory

Our cat directory lists kittens and adult felines available for adoption. Find out about their personalities, age, history, and when they’ll be ready for a new home.

You may also find courtesy postings of cats available from our friends at Calaveras County Animal Services, our area’s municipal animal shelter. We often work in cooperation with them.

Thank you from the itty bitty kitties

Sheltered By Calaveras Humane Society

Sheltered By Calaveras County Animal Services (CCAS)
Courtesy Listings

Snowball and Fiona

In July, the shelter confiscated 25 cats from a hoarder.  Amazingly, every one of the cats was extraordinarily healthy, friendly and beautiful.  All the confiscated kitties

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Ripley

Meet the amazing RIPLEY, our very sweet, very special Resident Gent. Ripley is a short-haired black and white tuxedo who we estimate to be around 13

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Victor

Meet VICTOR, an adorable black and white tuxedo kitten who got his name from the upside down “V” on his forehead.  Victor is one of the sweetest

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Cleopatra

Meet CLEOPATRA, a long-haired tortie with a royal demeanor and an attitude to match.  At one time, this 10-year-old beauty was someone’s pampered pet because she

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Samantha

Meet SAMANTHA, a lovely brown tabby and white adult who is about 3 years old. She arrived at the shelter as a stray and sadly no

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Twyla

Meet TWYLA, a petite short-haired light gray tabby young adult with big green eyes.  Twyla is super-sweet and affectionate.  She adores attention and especially enjoys being

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Fees If Adopting From CHS

  • Adult Cat $40
  • One Kitten $75
  • Two Kittens $125

No Cats Listed?

It’s possible you won’t find any animals listed. It could be there are no pets available or it could be there are so many pets, we haven’t had time to enter them here!

When in doubt, please give us a call at  (209) 736 – 9417 to check.

What Health Services Do The Pets Receive?

All cats and kittens are treated for fleas, receive age-appropriate vaccinations and are spayed/neutered, and microchipped.

Cats and kittens come with the voucher good for a free ‘well pet’ exam at participating veterinary hospitals.

How To Adopt A Pet

Most adoptable animals in our shelter can be seen in our online directories. Some are adopted extremely quickly and their photos may not be posted.

Please pay us a visit and possibly meet the cat or kitten of your dreams!

We also list animals in foster homes. We occasionally list animals from other organizations as a courtesy.
Each pet listing will mention where the animal is located, so make note of the specific contact information.
Please note that we cannot take holds on animals over the phone or by email. You must come to our adoption center to meet and adopt our pets.
Potential adopters must meet adoption eligibility requirements and must be 18 or older.