CATS AT THE DANCING CAT
Featured Cat: Hera
Do not let age fool you, it truly is just a number especially with goddess Hera! This queen loves people and cats and is a truly gracious host for visitors in her home. She's sweet and unassuming, and wants nothing more than to snuggle with her person. She can even be tempted to chase a wand toy because she's still a kitten at heart. If you enjoy spending time with a good friend who will devote her time to you then consider adding Hera to your life.
Interested in adopting one of our cats?
Q: We fell in love with a cat at The Dancing Cat, can we take her/him home today?
A. When you fall in love there is an online adoption application to fill out that will be reviewed by The Dancing Cat's adoption counselors. This may take anywhere from 24 to 48 hours. This allows you time to prepare your home for your new arrival. Once adoptions are approved, home delivery will be scheduled.
Q. What are the adoption procedures?
A. An on-site adoption counselor will answer any questions you might have about the cat that has caught your eye; we will make all efforts to assure the match is best for you and for the cat. The Dancing Cat reserves the right to review, approve or deny an adoption.
Q. Do you have other cats besides the ones shown here?
A. Yes! We have many cats and kittens in our foster network. These cats and kittens might not be quite ready to go home yet, so check back often.
cats in foster Care
To meet a cat in a foster home, please fill out our online adoption application. This does not obligate you to adopt; it just gets you in our system. We'll then connect you with our foster family so that you can coordinate a time to meet the cat.
We occasionally have kittens available for adoption. Kittens under 5 months old need to be paired with another kitten to aid in socialization. Contact us for details.
From time to time we host cats that have tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (“FIV”) which causes a weakening of a cat’s immune system. Most cats that have FIV live a long, normal lives, both in quality and longevity. They just need to be monitored for infections and dental issues.
The virus is not contagious except through deep bite wounds, blood, or inherited from their mother. FIV+ cats can live in multi-cat household without resident cats contracting the virus. As their immune system can be sensitive, their health (infections and dental issues) should be monitored a little more closely than most non-FIV cats.
We are following policies set by national animal rescue organizations and accredited veterinary medicine universities. For more information, refer to the UC Davis FIV page and the Best Friends FIV page.
These cats are posted as a courtesy to individuals and other rescue organizations. Contact us for information - we’ll put you in direct touch with their foster families.
Looking for help with a rodent problem? We can connect you with cats that will work for you to help keep your barn, garden or vineyard free of pests - the natural way! See our Working Cat page or contact us for details.