Save A Stray
P.O. Box 201, St. Joseph, MI 49085

Phone: See Contact & Events Page 
Fax 888-551-2353

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Available Cats

Our cats are current on shots, are FIV/FLV tested and are only made available
for adoption if that test is 
negative*. They are all spayed or neutered if of age.  If not of age, a
spay/neuter contract must be signed by adoptive parent to ensure the cats will be altered when they
are of age.  Our adoption fee for cats is $55.00.  We do offer a 10% discount for senior adopters (60 plus) 
and senior cats (as determined by our vets)
.  If you are interested in adopting a pet from us please check
our About Us page for information regarding our adoption process. 
Applications can be emailed to or faxed to 888-551-2353

Click here to download and print adoption questionnaire

    * There are times when we know enough about the history of the cats that we may only test one kitten in a litter rather than testing the entire litter.  This may happen when we have information on the parents or the litter was bottle raised away from their parents and other cats.    

Got your eye on a kitten below who hasn't been altered yet?
Ask us about our $25.00 spay/neuter rebate!!

Brothers Neo & Eeny are shy, gentle love bugs! They have a mellow demeanor but still like to have fun. They were born May, 2014; are up to date on vaccinations and have been neutered. They do best in a quiet home.

    Neo                    Neo & Eeny                     Eeny
     Adopted!             Adopted!                 Adopted!

Dorothy is a young adult; about 2-3 years old. She was found with her young litter of seven. She tried her best to feed and care for her babies but by the time they reached 5 weeks old, she was so nutritionally depleted that she ended up in the hospital for ten days. She's now healthy, up to date on vaccinations and spayed! With proper introduction, she gets along with other cats.

Elsa & Maya are sisters; born in May, 2014.  They are both sweet but a little shy.  They become more social as they warm up to their new environment. They are up to date on vaccinations and spayed.

                                                                                     Elsa                       Maya
                                                                               Adopted!            Adopted!

This litter of kittens ( 4 girls...Elvis, Pookie, Baylee & Miss Josie and 1 boy, Chester Cheetah) were born August 22, 2014. All are up to date on their vaccinations and spay/neutered.  They are ready for homes of their own.

Chester Cheetah the lone boy is a bundle of fun and a good cuddler.
Baylee is an adorable calico with tons of energy and a wonderful disposition. (her photo had to be taken at naptime)
Pookie is a curious girl with a sweet disposition.
Miss Josie is a tortie with a fantastic personality. She has a small cleft lip.
Elvis is a calico who got her name because she rocks those sideburns!

                                                              Elvis                     Pookie                     Baylee
                                                        Adopted!             Adopted!              Adopted!

                                                                           Miss Josie           Chester Cheetah
                                                                           Adopted!                      Adopted!

Stanley is a big laid back brown tabby who's a year old. He gets along well with other cats & also dogs. He's up to date on vaccinations and has been neutered. Stanley loves attention and loves to play.....he's a cool dude!!


Crockett and Gradee are brothers born the last part of June, 2014. They love to play and rough-house (typical boys!). They get along with other cats and also dogs. They are up to date on vaccinations and have been neutered.

                                                                      Crockett                                Gradee

is a beautiful orange tabby kitty who's almost 5 years old. Before coming to Save A Stray she in an active home which caused her anxiety and she started pulling her hair out. (her hair is growing in nicely now that she's in foster care)  Ginger is a lap cat that enjoys purring into your neck. She's front declawed; up to date on vaccinations & spayed. She's a gentle girl that needs a quiet home......perhaps with an older couple or person. While in foster care she and another foster, Katie, have become good friends. (special lower adoption fees apply for Ginger & Katie)

Mahogany was found as a stray and by her appearance, she'd been on her own for some time. She was skinny, full of fleas and her coat was a mess. She's spayed and declawed on all 4 feet. The vet has estimated her to be 8-9 years old. Mahogany has been tested (negative); vaccinations updated; she's put on weight and her coat is looking much better. (she's long-haired with the head being black and the rest of her coat a deep brown color)  She's a gentle, sweet girl......would be a great cat for a senior citizen looking for a companion.

Kammi is a very sweet girl found as a stray. She's up to date on vaccinations, spayed and declawed on all 4 feet. The vet estimates her to be 3-4 years old.


Steel and Magnolia are siblings. They were born the last part of April, 2014. Steel (m) is the larger of the two with a gorgeous gray coloring and "Mags" is a lighter gray tabby/tiger. Both very sweet and holding them prompts immediate purrs. Up to date on vaccinations and both have been altered.

           Steel                                 Magnolia
                                                                        Adopted!                                  Adopted!


Yetti is a very social, playful, polydactyl (extra toes) kitty. She is just turning one year old (Feb., 2014) She gets along great with other cats, is spayed and up to date on all vaccinations. Yetti is considered a special needs kitty because she has food allergies and needs to only be fed a special dry food with limited ingredients.



Katie is 2 years old (born about Nov., 2011). She's had a rough start to her life. She originally was owned by a young man as a kitten but when she was about a year old, he passed away. She then went to live with his elderly parents.  This summer they both had to go in to a nursing home which left Katie living alone in a house with someone only coming in long enough to give her food and water. When Save A Stray took her in to foster care, she was leery of people. She has thrived with the one on one contact and is now becoming trusting to the point of seeking people out for attention and love. Katie is up to date on vaccinations and has been spayed.  


Please also consider visiting Berrien County Animal Control if you're looking to adopt a pet.  If you are not local, please visit a shelter in your area.


Visit other local pet rescue organization to see what wonderful pets they have available.               

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