Feline Adoption Program
Adoption Fee of $60 covers spay/neuter, shots and basic medical care.
Click here for adoption form.
The Baldwin County Humane Society (BARC!) Kitten Kaboodle Program (KK) provides adoption space for tame cats and kittens pulled from local animal control centers.
The program was founded in 2000 by BARC! Executive Director Robert Walker to further adoption of felines in an organization without a shelter.
KK functions through a network of retail adoption sites, veterinarians and foster homes able to provide low cost medical care, maintenance, socialization and adoptions space to allow adoption of abandoned, abused, neglected. All cats are also listed on PetFinders for adoption. Click here for current listing of kitties available for adoption.
-- Test negative for Feline HIV /Leukemia (Combo Test)
-- Negative Fecal for Intestinal Diseases, Negative exam for Ringworm and skin problems
-- First FVRCP (Distemper) Vaccine, Rabies Vaccine (assumes 12 weeks)
-- Deworm Treatment if needed
-- Emergency or other medical care if cat is ill or injured.
-- Spayed or Neutered (KK Policy in 2004, State Law 2007)
* PetSense in Foley AL
* BARC! office
Potential adoptors identify cats by visiting adoption sites, seeing a cat on the internet or by attending our pet adoptions (which are not exclusively KK events). An application is filled out, whose criteria is similar to the dog application. The major criteria are that existing pets are up to date on shots and that the family and cat are a good match. For example, an applicant may be a great home, but has other cats and the cat they select does not do well with cats. We try to match the family and the cat as much as possible. Once approved, the family pays an adoption fee and kitty goes home to its new “furever home”.