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Adopt a cat in Mankato, Minnesota

These adorable cats are available for adoption in Mankato, Minnesota. To learn more about each adoptable cat, click on the "i" icon for fast facts, or their photo or name for full details.

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Honey Domestic Mediumhair Female, Young Montgomery, MN

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Not good with dogs,
Good with cats,
House-trained,
Spayed or Neutered,
Shots are up-to-date,

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Introducing Honey, the epitome of feline grace and charm! At 1 year old, Honey is a spayed beauty with a soft fur coat that's as luxurious as her personality. With all her shots up-to-date, she's ready to bring warmth and affection into your home.Unlike her boisterous brothers, Honey is a refined lady who appreciates the finer things in life. She takes pleasure in lounging on her scratching pad and dreams of having her very own cat tree or tower, where she can perch elegantly and observe the world outside. Despite her stray cat heritage, Honey has embraced indoor living with open paws and has no desire to roam the streets.Gracious and loving, Honey is the dream cat you've been searching for. Neat and tidy by nature, she effortlessly brings a touch of elegance to any space she occupies. Her gentle demeanor and affectionate nature make her the perfect companion for a loving adult family or individual.

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Kody Domestic Longhair Male, Young Montgomery, MN

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Not good with dogs,
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House-trained,
Spayed or Neutered,
Shots are up-to-date,

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Meet Kody, the epitome of feline charm and beauty! At 1 year old, Kody is a neutered male cat with a stunning long-haired coat that's as soft and fluffy as a cloud. With his handsome looks and affectionate nature, Kody is sure to steal your heart from the moment you meet him.This gorgeous boy isn't just a pretty face; he's also a cuddle enthusiast who adores being held and nestled in your lap. Kody will seek you out for affection, making every moment spent together a cherished one. He dreams of having a cat tree in his new home, where he can lounge and survey his kingdom with regal grace. While Kody has a lot of love to give, he also has a request: regular brushing to maintain his precious coat. His long fur is his crowning glory, and he takes pride in its softness and beauty. With proper grooming, Kody's coat will remain luscious and mat-free, reflecting his overall well-being and happiness.

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Izzy Domestic Shorthair Male, Young Montgomery, MN

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Not good with kids,
Not good with dogs,
Good with cats,
House-trained,
Spayed or Neutered,
Shots are up-to-date,

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Meet Izzy, the charming domestic shorthair cat with a heart of gold! At 1 year old, Izzy is already neutered and up-to-date on all his shots, ready to bring joy into your home. With sleek black fur accented by a cute white tip on his tail, Izzy is a striking feline companion.But Izzy isn't just about the snuggles; he's also a playful and curious explorer. His inquisitive nature will keep you entertained as he investigates every nook and cranny of his new home. And when it's playtime, Izzy's favorite pastime is chasing bouncy balls, showcasing his energetic and lively personality.While Izzy thrives on love and attention, he's also easy to care for, making him the perfect companion for any loving adult household. Indoor living suits him best, ensuring he stays safe and happy in his forever home.If you're looking for a cat who's equal parts affectionate and playful, look no further than Izzy. With his irresistible charm and loving nature, he's sure to steal your heart.

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Mama Domestic Shorthair Female, Young Montgomery, MN

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Not good with kids,
Not good with dogs,
Good with cats,
House-trained,
Spayed or Neutered,
Shots are up-to-date,

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Meet Mama, the epitome of maternal love and intelligence! This spayed tabby queen has charmed us all with her wisdom and affection. At approximately 1.5 years old, Mama has gracefully transitioned from a devoted mother to a seeking companion, ready to find her forever home.Mama's journey has been one of nurturing and devotion, as she lovingly cared for her litter of four kittens with unwavering dedication. Now that her kittens have blossomed into remarkable cats of their own, Mama is ready to embark on her next chapter, seeking a loving human companion to lavish her affection upon. Now that she's no longer a stray teen mom, Mama dreams of a wonderful indoor home where she can continue to receive the love and care she deserves. If you're ready to welcome Mama into your heart and home, she promises to return your affection tenfold, filling your days with love, joy, and companionship. Adopt Mama today and make her dreams of a loving forever home a reality!

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Irene Domestic Shorthair Female, 5 yrs 10 mos St. James, MN

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Good with dogs,
Good with cats,
House-trained,

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Meet Irene!Irene is a quiet, timid, but SWEET girl. She is mild mannered and loves to be pet. Irene's owner sadly passed away and now she needs her new forever home.Irene is estimated to be 5.5 years old. She is spayed and vaccinated.Irene lived with other kitties and will do well with kitties who are not too dominant towards her. She could also do well as the only cat.We think Irene will do ok with a dog(s) who are respectful of her boundaries.Irene is being fostered in Delavan, MN. Her foster reports her to be a " complete and utter lovebug." She is playful and enjoys belly rubs.This friendly gal deserves the best home to live out the rest of her life. Could it be yours?Please submit an adoption application at watonwan.weebly.com______________Please Note: We ask that an application be filled out before coming to the shelter. If pre approved, a meeting with the animal will be set up. To fill out an application, go to http://watonwan.weebly.com/adoption-application.html, All animals are current on vaccinations, sterilized and given flea/tick preventative. Cash or check only. For more information, our website is www.watonwan.weebly.com or call the shelter at 507-942-7387. For more information on cats, please email: petcompany@hotmail.com. Please note-not all dogs are at the shelter. Please call ahead

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Tootsie (ADOPTION PENDING) Domestic Shorthair Male, 10 yrs 1 mo St. James, MN

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House-trained,
Declawed,
Spayed or Neutered,

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Meet Tootsie!This senior boy is SO friendly and loves to be pet!Tootsie was surrendered, because his owner had a health issue come up and can no longer care for Tootsie.Tootsie is front-paw declawed. He is neutered and vaccinated.Tootsie is about 10 years old. He is calm and sweet.He is a LOVE.We're not sure if Tootsie has been around other cats or dogs, but he may do fine with proper introductions.If interested in adopting Tootsie, please submit an adoption application at watonwan.weebly.com___________Please Note: We ask that an application be filled out before coming to the shelter. If pre approved, a meeting with the animal will be set up. To fill out an application, go to http://watonwan.weebly.com/adoption-application.html, All animals are current on vaccinations, sterilized and given flea/tick preventative. Cash or check only. For more information, our website is www.watonwan.weebly.com or call the shelter at 507-942-7387. For more information on cats, please email: petcompany@hotmail.com. Please note-not all dogs are at the shelter. Please call ahead

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Cat shelters and rescues in Mankato, Minnesota

There are animal shelters and rescues that focus specifically on finding great homes for cats in Mankato, Minnesota. Browse these rescues and shelters below.

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crazy about critters rescue and adoption

mankato, MN 56001

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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Blue Earth Nicollet County Pet Shelter/BENCHS

1250 N River Drive, Mankato, MN 56001

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Mending Spirits Animal Rescue

PO Box 5402, Mankato, MN 56002

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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Faith, Hope and Forever Animal Rescue

Mankato, MN 56003

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Hope For Homes Animal Rescue

50572 194th St, Lake Crystal, MN 56055

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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Forever Home Animal Sanctuary, Inc.

P.O. Box 592, New Ulm, MN 56073

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Watonwan County Humane Society

1309 Weston Ave N, Box 346, St. James, MN 56081

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Faribault County Humane Society

Blue Earth, MN 56013

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Southern Minnesota Animal Rescue Team, Inc

Lonsdale, MN 55046

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Wee3beasties Saving the Strays

New Prague, MN 56071

Pet Types: cats

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Popular cat breeds

Popular cat breeds

Domestic Shorthair Domestic Mediumhair Domestic Longhair Siamese Calico Maine Coon Russian Blue Manx Ragdoll Bengal Persian Himalayan Turkish Angora Polydactyl/Hemingway Snowshoe American Shorthair Bombay Tonkinese Siberian Norwegian Forest Cat

Abyssinian American Bobtail American Curl American Shorthair American Wirehair Balinese Bengal Birman Bombay British Shorthair Burmese Calico Chartreux Colorpoint Shorthair Cornish Rex Cymric Devon Rex Domestic Longhair Domestic Mediumhair Domestic Shorthair Egyptian Mau European Burmese Exotic Havana Brown Himalayan Japanese Bobtail Javanese Korat LaPerm Maine Coon Manx Munchkin Nebelung Norwegian Forest Cat Ocicat Oriental Persian Pixiebob Polydactyl/Hemingway RagaMuffin Ragdoll Russian Blue Scottish Fold Selkirk Rex Siamese Siberian Singapura Snowshoe Somali Sphynx Tabby Tonkinese Turkish Angora Turkish Van

Abyssinian American Bobtail American Curl American Shorthair American Wirehair Balinese Bengal Birman Bombay British Shorthair Burmese

Calico Chartreux Colorpoint Shorthair Cornish Rex Cymric Devon Rex Domestic Longhair Domestic Mediumhair Domestic Shorthair

Egyptian Mau European Burmese Exotic Havana Brown Himalayan

Japanese Bobtail Javanese Korat

LaPerm Maine Coon Manx Munchkin

Nebelung Norwegian Forest Cat Ocicat Oriental

Persian Pixiebob Polydactyl/Hemingway RagaMuffin Ragdoll Russian Blue

Scottish Fold Selkirk Rex Siamese Siberian Singapura Snowshoe Somali Sphynx Tabby Tonkinese Turkish Angora Turkish Van

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FAQs

What is the best cat age to adopt? ›

Adopting Kittens

The ideal age is 12 weeks, nor be as healthy. A Fresh Start: Kittens are a clean page for you to fill in the story. They haven't had a chance to develop neurosis or behavior problems.

Is it better to adopt a cat or a kitten? ›

Kittens can play rough and have sharp claws that can hurt young children. Young children, in turn, can handle a kitten too roughly and cause injury. An adult cat can be more patient with young kids, and best of all, knows when to walk away from interactions that are too much for either of them.

How many weeks does it take to adopt a cat? ›

Waiting until a kitten is at least eight weeks of age before they are adopted or purchased will help to ensure that the kitten has had some opportunity for behavioural development, and has at least received adequate amounts of their mother's milk for growth and overall health.

Why can't i adopt one kitten? ›

A lonely cat can become neurotic and will sometimes let his/her owner know about their unhappiness by destructive behavior or inappropriate urination. This is not something most people would like to risk.

Is a boy or girl cat better? ›

When deciding between adopting a male or female cat, there's no right or wrong answer. A male cat may be more rambunctious and affectionate, but may also spray urine in your home. A female cat may be more quiet and independent, but may choose you as the person they trust.

What cats are hardest to adopt? ›

And the # 1 reason to adopt a black cat is that Black Cats are the least likely to get adopted!

Should an elderly person get a kitten? ›

Kitten or adult: Many people think that getting a kitten or puppy for a senior will help “keep them young,” when in reality, puppies and kittens often provide seniors with more stress than enjoyment. Choosing to adopt an adult cat or dog is generally a wise choice for seniors.

Are male cats more affectionate than females? ›

Owners report that male cats are more likely to be affectionate and less likely to be aggressive. But, the evidence suggests that sex is not a determining factor for personality type. Both male and female cats that have had gonadectomy operations can make excellent pets, and act similarly to one another.

Should I adopt a boy or girl cat? ›

If you want a furry friend who will play with your kids and spend hours snuggled up by your side, adopting a male kitten might be your best bet. If, however, you work long hours and your feline friend will be spending a lot of time alone, consider bringing home a female. all cats have unique personalities.

What is the 3-3-3 rule for kittens? ›

New Cat? Set Realistic Expectations! You can expect that it will take your cat some time to get used to the new routines and environment. The 'Rule of Three' means that you can gauge the time it might take for your cat to fully acclimate to his home in threes: three days, three weeks, and three months.

What is the 3-3-3 rule for adoption? ›

The 3-3-3 rule is a guideline for transitioning a rescue dog into its new home and helping it to settle in. It suggests that the first three days should be used for adjusting to its new surroundings, the next three weeks for training and bonding, and the first three months for continued socialization and training.

Do kittens get sad when you leave? ›

The short answer is yes, cats do experience separation anxiety. However, there's more to learn about the way cats process separation and the symptoms they may display if they have separation anxiety, too. Read through the article below to find out more about cat separation anxiety and how it may be affecting your pet.

What is Tarzan syndrome in cats? ›

Only cats are typically poorly socialized and much more aggressive to most anyone in their life. We commonly refer to these cats as having “only child syndrome” or “Tarzan”; they do not know what to do with another cat when faced with it years later. Cats need mental stimulation throughout the day, just like humans.

What is the single kitty syndrome? ›

In other words, we're not as good as other kittens at saying “Ouch, that was too hard!” With Single Kitten Syndrome, kittens grow up to be cats with “cattitude.” They tend to play too roughly and often get returned when they reach adulthood and their behavior isn't so cute anymore.

What is a good age for a cat? ›

The average lifespan for a pet cat is probably around 13 to 14 years. However, although their lifespan varies, a well cared for cat may commonly live to 15 or beyond, some make it to 18 or 20 and a few extraordinary felines even pass 25 or 30 years of age.

Is 8 weeks too early to take a kitten? ›

A kitten can leave their mom once they're eight weeks old, and shelters and rescue organizations approve kittens for adoption at this age. That said, it's best for kittens to stay with the mother cat until they're about 12 weeks old.

Are older cats better to adopt? ›

Maturity means more good habits: Adult cats have already developed their manners and are less likely to be destructive or disruptive than a kitten who's still learning how to behave. Starting with an adult cat means less time spent training and more time to focus on loving your new companion!

Is a 7 year old cat too old to adopt? ›

A mature cat will love you endlessly

Adopting a senior cat will enrich your life with the company of a devoted pet who will never forget your kindness. There isn't really a reason why you shouldn't consider adopting a mature cat!

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