If you're looking for a new feline friend to brighten up your life, we have many cats in foster care who would love to share your home. The cats and kittens featured on this page are currently residing in foster homes or at the GNHCP Center and can be visited by appointment, once the adoption screening form has been received and you have been interviewed.
If you are interested in meeting any of our feline friends, please fill out the Adoption Screening Form below.
This kitty lives up to her name! She is a total sweetheart, and loves cuddling. She is a young adult to had to be given up because she was getting stressed out in a household with numerous pets and children. She would do best in a low activity household.
Nick was rescued with his 4 littermates, and is about 3.5 months old. He and his brother Cooper are still up for adoption, and they are both adorable and playful, and would love to go home with you!
Cooper was rescued with his 4 littermates, and is about 3.5 months old. He and his brother Nick are still up for adoption, and they are both adorable and playful. They would love to go home with you!
Raisinette and Snickers are 13 week old kittens rescued in New haven. These two sweethearts are an energetic brother-sister duo, and are very playful.
Meet Rosemary and Herb, two members of the “Spice Kittens” litter that was rescued earlier this year. This dynamic duo is about 4 months old. They are vet checked, spayed and neutered, and are ready for their forever home!
Rosemary and Herb really enjoy spending time together. They take naps together, groom each other, and love playtime together! It would be a dream come true if they were adopted together.
This tiny kitten is Miguel, and he’s just 2 months old (6 weeks in the picture). How could you say no to his adorable face?
Earl is the most hyper of the “Toes” kittens. The whole litter was named that way because all of them are polydactyl, which means that they have extra toes on their paws! This doesn’t cause any problems for the cats, and makes it look like they have thumbs or mittens on. Earl is very energetic and would love to play with you!
Take a look at the peepers on this handsome fellow! Jeepers is a 5 year old adult male with beautiful heterochromatic eyes who was abandoned in East Haven. He’s learning to trust again and is slowly warming up to people, and he gets along with other cats.
Just like a real butler, Mr. Butler will greet you at the door any time you come home with his immaculately pressed tuxedo outfit. He is one of our Tommy Fund cats, and a senior kitizen. He loves people and attention, and has no interest in relationships with other cats.
Sassy lives up to her name! She is a typical calico with a sassy personality, but she can also be entertaining and very loveable. Sassy was abandoned in New Haven, and was living amongst a feral cat colony, and is about 2 years old. She would do best in a house without children.
"Robert" Redford and "Paul" Newman are two brothers rescued from an abandoned house in New Haven.
Redford is the black and white one; Newman is his grey and white brother. They are full of energy and love to play with both you and each other. They are a bonded pair, and would love to go home together.
Here is "Sugar" - a mature female GNHCP rescued from a residential area in Naugatuck. Sugar's caregiver could no longer take care of her, and let the cat outside to live within a feral colony across the street. Sugar is adjusting to being in a shelter environment, and learning to trust people again. She is very sweet and would love to be back in a warm, loving home.
Amos was rescued with his sister Andi, along with his mother Derby and other sister Dilly. Amos and Andi are a bonded pair, and are very playful and quirky. They like to be petted and to play with each other. They would love to go home together to a home that is looking for two wonderful cats.
Andi was rescued with her brother Amos, along with her mother Derby and other sister Dilly. Amos and Andi are a bonded pair, and are very playful and quirky. They like to be petted and to play with each other. They would love to go home together to a home that is looking for two wonderful cats.
Here is Derby - a young adult female rescued with her 3 kittens from a busy intersection in New Haven. Derby was on the street for quite some time - you can tell by her demeanor that she has had a hard life, but fortunately now, her life will improve and she'll find a forever home. She is very docile and loves attention. Her kittens are Amos, Andi, and Dilly.
Hi! My name is Fe. I was abandoned in an apartment complex in New Haven. I am 10 months old (February 2017). I will do well in a house that doesn't have a lot of activity. I like to be petted and am very playful! I am also very loving and ready to find my forever home.
Learn more about me here: https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/37509203
Hi I’m Betty Boop!
I am around 9 months old. I was rescued from the same warehouse as my friend Smitten in New Haven. I love the company of other cats and I am very social and outgoing.
Learn more about me here: https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/37166066
Hi I’m Toni!
My brother Orlando, sister Dawn and I were all rescued from a shed in West Haven. I’m full of energy. I live to play and especially love toys!
Learn more about me here: https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/32970021
You can also view more information about all the cats on our Petfinder page: https://www.petfinder.com/pet-search?shelterid=CT167
We require potential adopters to complete an adoption screening form and be interviewed to assure that our cats and kittens find good and permanent homes. Potential adopters must be pre-screened prior to GNHCP setting up an appointment to meet foster cats or kittens.
We also require an adoption fee of $125 for adult cats and $150 for kittens to help defray the costs for vaccination and spay/neuter expenses. This adoption fee must be paid in full at the time of adoption. There is no flexibility in this arrangement. The adoption fee is the fee required per cat.
It may take up to 7 days for a volunteer to respond to your email once the form has been received.