Our foster cats and kittens live with us at home so that we can help you find the right match for both of you
News & Adoption Events
We hold our Adoption Fair on Sundays, and now some Saturdays as well, in Washington DC. Adoption location information listed below. For more information on each cat listed, contact the foster home listed at the end of each cat's description.
Who We Are
Capital Cats is a group of foster households on the Capitol Hill area of Washington, DC. We primarily assist cats (and kittens) who have lived among people at some point in their lives, but then were abandoned and struggled to survive. These kitties are so thankful to find someone who will care for them again, see that they are spayed/neutered and vaccinated, and then work hard to match them up with the perfect permanent home. In the meantime, they get to be spoiled rotten in our foster homes!!
Adopting a friend
We generally have a wide selection of cats and kittens for placement. Please note that our cats must live indoors and cannot be declawed; also, we only place young kittens in pairs or into homes with another young cat. Call the contact person listed for each cat for additional information, or come to one of our weekly adoption outreaches described below.
Come Visit Us!
ADOPTION EVENT LOCATIONS -
SATURDAYS IN 2016
PETCO on H Street NE, 625 H St NE, in the H Street Corridor/Streetcar/Atlas District. Hours are 12 noon - 3pm. Come down and visit the cats/kittens and ride the free streetcar on H St! Parking is available on the streets, pay for garage parking next door, or metro stop at Union Station's Red Line. For more information and to see our cats and kittens available for adoption, please visit our pet listings. Due to limited space, not all of our cats/kittens will be present. Please contact the foster home listed on the individual cat's description to learn more.
Tax-deductible Contributions Accepted Your donations help support the care of the cats and kittens in foster care. Recent expenses have included amputation for a kitten with a broken leg, ear surgery for a young cat diagnosed with tumor of the inner ear, and kitten formula and medical treatment for a litter of kittens with complications from an upper respiratory infection (including visits to the veterinary eye doctor!). Checks can be sent to Capital Cats, PO Box 15426, Washington DC 20003.
Breakthrough for People with Cat Allergies
News from researchers at the University of Cambridge in England reveals cat allergy is similar to dust mite and nickel metal allergy. Expect this to make new medicines to treat cat allergies!!! We hear so many people at our adoption events tell us how they love cats, but are allergic. Maybe there will be help for them soon!
Link to Univ. of Cambridge News
P.O. Box 15426
Washington, DC 20003
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