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Adoptable cats and kittens 

You can find our adoptables on Adopt A Pet and PetFinder!

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our adoptable kittens at Bushwick Bark (on Knickerbocker Ave) in Bushwick, Brooklyn have gone to foster homes.

About the Adoption Process

How to adopt:

  1. Find the cat that is right for you.

  2. Fill out online adoption application here!

  3. Please allow for several days for us to review your application, contact your references, and 

  4. We will contact you to set up a meeting with the cat of your choosing.

  5. If you are willing to commit to adopting our lovable cats, you can find our adoption contract here!

  6. There is a $150 adoption fee for all cats and kittens, payable by cash or Venmo (whiskersagogo). This fee covers the cost of vaccinations, testing, deworming, microchipping, spay/neuter, and more. 

Whiskers-A-GoGo's kitten adoption policy:

Kittens 3-4 months and younger must be adopted with another cat (of any age) or go to a home that already has another animal. There are no exceptions to this policy, which is for the best interest of the kitten to ensure they have a healthy social development! 

What to expect:  

You can find suggestions and advice for new cat owners here!

Adopting a kitten? Learn about responsible kitten care here!

Special Care Kitties:

Most "special care" kitties don't need more than home adjustments and closer attention. Learn more about FIV here and learn about CH here!

Additional Questions? Contact us at Whiskersagogo.nyc@gmail.com

Happy Tails!

Fortnite

Fortnite is a sweet adult cat with giant cheeks and gentle presence. he was found in the streets in Staten Island and brought to a municipal kill shelter. He tested FIV+ which means his immune system is weaker than a FIV_ cat, but if you look at his big sweet face, muscular frame and soft fur - he seems a picture of good health! Scroll down for links that provide more information about FIV (MUCH less serious than it sounds!).

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