The Feline Connection champions for cats who need homes. We are committed to finding each cat a safe and healthy permanent home. We work to find the best possible home matches for each of our stray or friendly ‘colony cats’ based on their unique needs, and the needs of the adopter. We have no shelter location, so all of our animals are fostered with families in Rutland County, Vermont, mostly near Rutland. This gives us the unique capability to observe and interact with each cat in a relaxed home environment.

Available for Adoption

Click on the names below to see more information about each cat.

Last updated on February 16, 2020. * NOTE: we always have many additional cats that either will be ready soon or are incoming. If you are interested in a cat you see on the TFC Facebook page but don’t see it here, don’t worry! Just go ahead and fill out an application below.

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Available for Adoption from The Feline Connection



The Homer Kittens

collage picture of Rowdy and Rumble, two orange tabby kittens
Rowdy and Rumble: Male kittens – Bonded Pair

The Willy Wonka Kittens

The Candy Kittens

Courtesy Posting

Black Cat Club

Black Cat Club

Adopting a cat from The Feline Connection

***NOTE: Adoption Fees have changed as of
January 1, 2020. All Adoption
Applications recieved on or before
midnight EST on December 31st,
2019 will have have the old pricing.

Adoption Process

Our conversation-based adoption process starts with submitting an application followed by a conversation, checking with your vet and landlord (if needed), then having cats visits and home visits as needed to determine the perfect match. Photos of the cat’s perspective new home are always welcome.

Fees (as of January 1, 2020

  • Kitten 0-12 months: $130
  • Adult 1 – 10 years: $90
  • Senior Cat 10+ years: Donation
  • Special Needs: Donation
  • Barn Cat all ages: Donation

A $50 non-refundable deposit is required to place a “hold” on a cat.

Included with Adoption Fee

  • Veterinary Wellness Exam
  • Spay or neuter
  • Microchip
  • Testing for FIV and FeLV
  • Rabies 1 Year vaccine included – if the cat is at least 16 weeks old
  • FVRCP vaccine
  • Parasites testing and treatment
  • Mite, flea and tick treatments as needed
  • Microchip administration and registration (if applicable)
  • A new family member

Adoption Requirements

  • All adopters must be 18+ years old and have a valid government ID
  • Adopter must submit a signed, completed Adoption Application
  • Adopters must speak with a representative of The Feline Connection

Completing these requirements does not guarantee acceptance or that the cat you are interested in adopting is still available.

Happy Endings & New Beginnings – Our previously adopted cats

Two foster cats enjoying life. (Adopted)

Adoption Form

Interested in giving a cat a loving Forever Home? Apply now by filling out an Adoption Application.