Adoptions at Catitude!

How does it work?

While it is fun to just come see the cats, the main goal of Catitude Cat Cafe is to find all of our feline friends their fur-ever home! All of our cats (except for Kissy Face, our resident cat) are available for adoption. You must be 18 years or older to adopt a cat, or have a parental co-signer if you are younger than 18. To adopt a cat from Catitude there are just a few steps:

Step #1: Come in and find the purrfect cat to steal your heart! 

Step #2: Tell a Catitude Employee that you would like to fill out an adoption application.

Step #3: Receive a call from our Adoption Manager to have a short interview 

Step #4: Receive a second call that you are approved to adopt (hopefully!)

Step #5: Set a time to pick up your new family member. (**Be sure to bring a carrier! We unfortunately cannot provide them)

Step #6: Pay the Adoption Fees and have your picture taken with your new cat for our social media.

Step #7: Go home and start loving your cat!

The whole process takes about 24- 48 hours, unless our Adoption Manager is on site! In that case, the process is cut down to about an hour!

If you meet an adorable cat and go home to think about adopting them, that is totally fine! You are more than welcome to call the cafe and request an application be emailed to you. You will have a short phone interview on the at the time of your original call and be guided through the process from there. Be warned though, adoption applications are reviewed on a first - come priority basis. This may mean that the cat is adopted by someone else before you come back to submit the application! SO, if you met a cat you absolutely love, be sure to submit the Adoption Application BEFORE YOU LEAVE THAT DAY! 

If you have any questions or adoption inquiries, feel free to contact our Adoption Manager! 

Maria Garcia Riopedre and Jaime Ortega


Below are pictures of our cats that have been adopted so far, enjoy!

Adoption Fees

*Catitude reserves the right to deny any adoption application if the environment is not the best home for the cat