St. Cats has found homes for hundreds of friendly cats and kittens, rescued from a difficult life on the streets. If you are interested in adopting one of the cats or kittens below, please come meet them in person at our Nay Aug Zoo facility, open most Wednesdays from 11AM-5PM, or call 570-604-4008 to set up an alternative time.
You can also contact us through our Facebook Page.
Our adoption process proceeds as follows:
- Please call 570-604-4008 to let us know which cat you are interested in adopting
- Fill out an Adoption Application, which may be brought with you to the Zoo, emailed to email@example.com or mailed to: St. Cats c/o 1900 E. Gibson Street, Scranton, PA 18510
- Come meet the cat or kitten at our facility
- We will check your veterinary reference and make a visit to your home
- Once your cat or kitten is cleared for adoption, you may make a moderate donation (so we may continue our work!) and take your new kitty home!
All of our cats and kittens are up to date on vaccinations and have been spayed or neutered. Click the gallery photo to find out more about each adoptable.
ADOPTION PROCESS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
In order to maximize social distancing during this time, we will be following these guidelines throughout the adoption process:
- Only TWO ADULTS may enter the building (children accepted with adult(s).) You may FaceTime with others in your household regarding your potential new pet.
- Home visits will take place through FaceTime.
- Please do not come to our facility if you are sick or have possibly been exposed to the coronavirus.
Thank you for your understanding!
We are pleased to announce that all kittens are now microchipped before adoption. The cost of this has raised our adoption fee to $95. Most adult cats are available for a fee of $70.
Older Kittens and Adult Cats
Sometimes our kittens find homes so fast their photos never make it to the webpage! If you would like to meet our current kitten crew, please schedule a Wednesday appointment by calling 570-604-4008.
Some of our cats and kittens have special needs, such as FeLV+, FIV+, food allergies, or other medical issues. It doesn’t make them any less lovable!