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Welcome a new family member!

We have many feline friends just waiting for a loving home.  Because AnimaLovers is an all-volunteer staffed organization, we must limit adoptions to those who live no more than an hour from the Capital District.  If you live outside that area, we recommend searching for animals at the Adopt-a-Pet website.
Save time by downloading the adoption application.  When finished, take the completed application with you to our clinic.
Download Application
Visit our cat clinics at the East Greenbush PetSmart:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday: 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
Sunday: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Our current adoption fees, with exceptions, are as follows:
  • Two kittens - $150 (regular fee at $85)
  • Two cats over 1 year - $100 (regular fee at $65)
  • One cat and one kitten - $125

Our Featured Feline


This sweet boy is Bailey and he's our featured feline! He wants me to post his "personal ad" so here goes....Handsome 6yr young boy in search of mature single woman with one or two female cats or kittens and a quiet home to spend his life with. He enjoys wet food, watching birds out the window, being brushed, and relaxing by your side. 

He needs a cat savvy adopter that knows some cats need extra time to adjust and can't be rushed. At his foster mom's after a month he turned into a total love bug as seen in the picture below where he can't lay close enough! He would do best with an adult only household and will take a little longer to be comfortable around men.

Call us at 348-3903 ext 1 to hear more about this special boy! As our featured feline his adoption fee is waived!


Donna is a sweet kitty who loves attention! She might be a bit shy at first, but if you're gentle with her she comes around quickly. Her foster family says she greets them at the door! She also loves chicken and catnip.

To meet Donna, give us a call at 348-3903 ext 1.



Say hello to Jack and Poe! These 5 month old boys are bonded siblings that have been together since birth. Their family could no longer care for them so we're looking for the perfect home! Both boys are sweet natured, friendly and affectionate. They love to play (of course, they're kittens!) but also love to be held, cuddled or just lay close to their human family. They love to explore but if Poe isn't nearby, Jack will cry or "call" for him until they are close together again. They were raised with children, so cat-friendly kids would be a good fit. Their foster mom, who normally fosters adult cats, says they are a total joy!

For more information on Jack and Poe, call 348-3903 ext 1.



A young adult so sick with a cold and parasites that he weighed less than four pounds, Sonny lay on his side in a humane trap, struggling to breathe. When the volunteers reached into the trap, however, Sonny purred and let them pet him. Knowing Sonny would die if he was brought back to “his” farm, the same woman who had brought Buddy home also took Sonny to her house to recover. Buddy turned out to be about ten years old, and tested positive for FIV, an immune system deficiency that many people mistakenly think is highly contagious to other cats. He’s a bit shy, a bit arthritic, a bit skeptical of new people. Sometimes, if you reach to pet him too fast, he still acts as if he’s going to be hit and ducks his head. Sonny, on the other hand, is only about a year old, outgoing, affectionate, low key, and trusting, with a purr that can be heard across the room. And everything makes Sonny purr: being petted, being talked to, being fed, being looked at….just being. It doesn’t seem these two have much in common – they’re opposite in every possible way – but they’ve been best friends since they met in foster care eight months ago. Sonny follows Buddy everywhere, and Buddy looks for Sonny when he’s not close by. Sonny reminded Buddy that most people are nice and can be trusted, and Buddy taught Sonny what it’s like to have a big brother to protect him. They sleep curled next to each other, insist on eating side by side, play together with their favorite toy (the turbo scratcher), and are never far apart. They both want a home of their own, but what would really make them happy is to go home together. Their foster mom can’t imagine splitting them up. AnimaLovers knows it will be hard to find a family to adopt these two boys. Few people want to adopt a 10-year-old cat, much less one that comes with a pre-selected friend. But we’re committed to trying to find these two a home where they can enjoy each other’s company – and yours – for many years to come, and we intend to keep trying until the right person comes along to take them home. Their adoption fee is waived for the special family that will open their hearts to this unusual but loveable pair.

To adopt or learn more about Sonny and Buddy, contact AnimaLovers at 348-3903 or AnimaLovers@empireone.net

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