ADOPTING FROM KVCKR
Adoptions at the shelter are by Appointment Only
If you have any questions, would like to know more about the kitties we have available or to schedule an appointment, please click on the button below. Or visit us at Petco in Monroeville to see some of our kitties (details below and also under Events section).
If you want to get a jumpstart on the application process, please complete and return the attached form.
Any monetary or Amazon Wishlist donations are greatly appreciated, especially during this time.
We also are in need of volunteers. Please check out our "Mission" section on volunteer information.
Please go to our Petfinder page to see a more complete list. If you you do not see the kitty for you, please email us as we get new cats and kittens in often and do not always have time to update the site.
Bambi was unfortunately surrendered to the shelter in March of 2021. While at the shelter she has proven to be a very friendly kitty who just wants another chance with a loving home.
For more information on Bambi, please check out her Bio on Petfinder or email Renee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buggey was rescued from the outdoors as a young adult cat. He is a very handsome boy but was very timid when he arrived at the shelter in June 2019.
8/20/20 Update: Buggey is becoming less timid at the shelter. He is really coming out of his shell!
5/5/21 Update: Buggey is such a sweet boy. He is not one to immediately run up to you, but he loves to get his ears rubbed and headbutts you and purrs while he gets pet.
For more information on Buggey, please check out his Bio on Petfinder and/or contact Renee at email@example.com
Ice has been living on his own for quite some time. He had not been neutered when we found him. He is a sweet cat and deserves to be in a loving home for the rest of his senior years.
For more information on Ice, please check out his Bio on Petfinder or contact Renee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kitten is the last female from the litter of the Slickville barn kittens. She has a permanent head tilt from an ear infection that she came in with. The infection is gone but the head tilt remains. Kitten needs a home where she can be given all the time that she needs to relax and not be afraid of her human caretakers.
8/10/20 Update: Kitten has come a long way. She is becoming less timid each day. She runs around and plays a lot, getting into mischief. She also likes to "manage" the volunteers when they are scooping wet food.
For more information on Kitten, please check out her Bio on Petfinder and/or contact Renee at email@example.com.
KVCKR ADOPTIONS AT PETCO
2723 Stroschein Rd.
Monday-Saturday: 9am to 9pm
Sunday: 10am to 9pm
Come see some of our adoptable kitties at Petco and support the Petco Foundation!