Adoption of a Kitty City cat/kitten begins with filling out an adoption application.
Adoptable Kitty City cats/kittens are showcased on the Kitty City Facebook page and can be seen in person at the Bismarck Petco. Availability of adoptable cats changes frequently. Please contact Alison at 701-220-4449 for more information on available cats. Adoptable cats will be vaccinated, dewormed, spayed/neutered and FIV/FELV tested.
Microchipping your new cat/kitten can be decided on upon adoption. The cost is $30 and will give you peace of mind should your cat/kitten ever accidentally get outside and become lost.
A microchip is used for identification. The electronic chip is the size of a grain of rice, it is implanted under the skin of the cat/kitten. The chip contains a unique ID number for identifying the owner.
Disabled and FIV+ (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) cats at the Kitty City sanctuary are permanent residents and are NOT ADOPTABLE at this time. Most of the Kitty City FIV cats are in their 2nd stage and experiencing varying degrees of health complications and issues. They are well cared for and living a great life. If and when the time comes that they are experiencing untreatable health issues, they cross over peacefully and dignified.
To learn more about FIV click here or google for more information.
Tippy is a young male with Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH). He came to us as a surrender when his owner did not know how to take care of him.
Cookie was found frozen to the ground with severe frostbite. He lost his ears and tail and needed extreme care for several months.
I'm Smart Alec (FIV+)
Smart Alec was a stray in a rural area in ND for a long time. He was trapped and tested FIV+. After recovering from a few abscesses he was moved to the sanctuary. He is a sweet boy who loves everyone!
I'm Wally (FIV+)
Wally was found and trapped by Kitty City in a frozen foods truck at Wal-Mart. He had a few abscesses that with treatment healed nicely.
Raisa was a cat no one would take from the impound since she was unable to walk. After vetting, it was found that Raisa has a bullet lodged near her spine causing her to drag her back leg when she walks.
Clawdia is a wonderful gal who due to eye infections as a kitten, has had her eyes removed. She gets around and loves to climb. Clawdia is a Kitty City favorite.
Stitch, is an awesome man who not only has CH but also has had his eyes removed as a kitten due to severe eye infections. He is living proof that disabilities do not have to define us.
Nakia was found as a stray. She has mild CH and many deformities. She is on lifelong meds for her sinuses but does not let anything stop her and is such a positive reminder to us all to make each day count.
Rooby is an inspiration to everyone she meets! Rooby was found in a feral cat colony and has radial hypoplasia, meaning she has less or no growth in her front limbs. Rooby has no front limbs at all and walks using only her back legs. Cats like Rooby are sometimes called Kangaroo cats or Squirrel cats. Rooby loves to play, jump, climb and be part of the bunch.
Kiarra was surrendered with multiple leg injuries. She needed two of her legs amputated and is quite a wonder! She walks most of the time with just her front legs.
Cleo-cat-ra came to us from a hoarding case. She was found with no back feet. We do not know how she lost her feet and she is VERY shy but she seems to get around fine with no pain and is starting to want to socialize.
Furgie came to us from a hoarding case and has multiple leg issues from joint deterioration and arthritis. She gets around ok and takes her time getting there. She is as sweet as the day is long and another Kitty City favorite.
I'm La Ciega
La Ciega came to us from another rescue who was doing TNR with a feral colony and found her to be blind. She needed one of her eyes removed and we are still trying to save the other one. She is sweet if you are patient with her.
Leprechaun came to us when he was found in a feral colony with his brother. Leprechaun had very infected eyes and needed one removed. The other eye is scarred so he has limited vision out of it. Because of this, sadly no one would adopt him which is a shame since he is the sweetest cat ever. He will now live at the sanctuary and have a life of luxury.
Zima came to us from an impound where she had a bad mouth infection from an immune disorder and large overbite. After getting her to Kitty City we realized she was also deaf. Zima is doing well and adjusting.
I'm Sam (FIV+)
Sam came to Kitty City from an impound and tested FIV+. So far Sam is doing very well staying healthy and active with only a few random eye infections. Sam lost his best bud, Scrapper in 2020 when FIV got the best of him. He is adjusting well.
I'm Tommy (FIV+)
Tommy came to Kitty City as a stray. He is staying healthy and active with few issues at this point.
I'm Miho (FIV+)
Miho was found as a stray with a kitten at her side. She has lost her ears and tail. She is an older cat and had uterine adhesions also causing her pain. She has gotten surgery and doing well and staying healthy. She is so sweet and loves to be visited by the volunteers.
I'm Bartholomew (FIV+)
Bartholomew came to Kitty City as a stray with pretty severe intestinal infection. In addition to that he also has twisted front limbs making it harder to walk. But Bart has figured out a way to get around and likes to guard the food dish.
I'm Josephine (FIV+)
Josephine came to Kitty City as a stray. She is very sweet and doing well so far with little issue.
I'm Nomad (FIV+)
Nomad came to Kitty City as a stray. He had been living on the streets for more than 3 years. He was difficult to trap since he was so street smart. He likes his alone time and so far is doing well with his FIV.
I'm Berkely (FIV+)
Berkely came to Kitty City as a stray who had injured his front leg. He had his leg amputated and recovered nicely. He loves to run and play and does not let anything slow him down.
I'm Salty (FIV+)
Salty came to Kitty City via a vet who pulled him from an impound situation. He is so sweet and is so far staying as healthy as we can expect.
I'm Pepper (FIV+)
Pepper came to Kitty City as a stray. He is a very sweet boy. He and Salty are good buddies.
Selena was surrendered to us due to the fact she had become aggressive at home. She had attacked several people leaving them taking antibiotics for bites. She was VERY aggressive and we decided a barn cat situation was best for her. She became ill and we moved her back indoors. She has had a complete change of attitude and has become a very sweet gal who just needed some understanding and different situation. Selena has been a tripod since birth when her mom is believed to have chewed her leg off.
Valentine came to us as an abuse case. He is deaf, has brain damage resulting in severe ADHD and also is missing half of his tongue making it difficult for him to eat. He gets a special diet to accommodate his condition.