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Finding the Perfect Pet Can Be Easy, But There’s Lots to Consider!

Our diligent fosters and veterinary students from the Davis community have raised and cared for such wonderful kittens but our rescue efforts don’t stop with them. With the help of our adoptions team to guide you through the adoptions process and address any concerns/questions your family can be a forever home. Please reach out to us for more information or submit an application if interested. We look forward to finding your purr-fect match!

Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does the Process Take?

Our goal is to get your forever friend home as quickly as possible, but please allow a few days for us to contact you with more information. Each approved application is forwarded to the foster who will then reach out to schedule a meet and great (currently virtual due to Covid-19 restrictions). The adoptions timeline will be variable for individual kittens as spay/neuter procedures and other medical requirements must be properly addressed prior to placement. We appreciate your patience and will update you promptly if the status of your pet changes! If you are interested in a particular kitten but are unsure if they’re available yet, please reach out to our Adoptions Coordinator at

How Much Does Adopting Cost?

Once you decide to adopt the purr-fect kitten(s), the $100 per kitten adoption fee can be paid to the Orphan Kitten Project in cash, check, or Venmo (@ucd-OKP). This fee covers the costs of spay/neuter surgery, deworming, FeLV testing, a full FVRCP vaccination series*, a full FeLV vaccination series*, and microchip with registration. If you are adopting 2+ kittens, the fee is $90 per kitten and kittens older than 6 months have a fee of $60.

*Depending on their age, some kittens might not have received the full vaccination set.

Will I need Additional Veterinarian Services?

Orphan Kitten Project is honored to care for special kittens with chronic conditions who will require continued medical attention at your regular veterinarian. If you are interested in any of these kittens our team would love to discuss requirements or expectations so that you are confident and comfortable when adopting.

For kittens without chronic medical conditions additional veterinary services may include completion of a vaccination series depending on age and an annual exam. In either case, we recommend taking all new pets to your regular veterinarian to establish a relationship early on so there is no lapse in preventative care and they are more familiar with your pet when they’re not feeling like themselves!

Find A Cat

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Mac and Cheese are a male/female bonded pair looking for their forever home! Both kittens are visually impaired, which means... View full description »

Baby, Female, Small

Rocky is an affectionate 1 year old cat who was hit by a car back in September. He is a... View full description »

Young, Male, Medium

Zapp is a sweet boy who is looking for a calm home where he can continue to come out of... View full description »

Baby, Male, Medium

Although only having 3.5 legs, Cinnamon is an active and happy boy! Missing half of a back leg has never... View full description »

Young, Male, Medium

Felicity is a sweet, playful, and curious cat. She has adorable sounding meows that sound more like bird chirps. She... View full description »

Adult, Female, Small

Marbles is a sweet, loving kitty who always wants to be near you. It doesn't matter what you're doing, he... View full description »

Young, Male, Medium

Bunny is an adorable, remarkable, loving kitty. He loves to cuddle and his purr never stops! You can hear him... View full description »

Baby, Male, Small

Curious George is a rocketman who will make you laugh on the daily. He loves taking naps, zooming around the... View full description »

Adult, Male, Medium

Artemis and her brother Apollo came to the Orphan Kitten Project with frequent seizures. With the exceptional care from the... View full description »

Young, Female, Small
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