Kittens 3 to 3 1/2 months old ready for adoption. They will be fixed, vaccinated and chipped. They will need a kitty friend in their new homes if not adopted in pairs as well as a safe outside place to play with their families in nice weather. Call or text 907-980-8898.
Scout - male, facing right
Sparrow - female, facing left
All of the adult cats with Clear Creek Cat Rescue have been neutered or spayed, are current on all of their vaccines including rabies, and most are also microchipped. Our usual adoption fee is $80 for adults and $145 for kittens. But some cats are sponsored and have a lower adoption fee. Please check individual listings for special adoption fees.
CCCR provides a 10-day trial placement period during which time the adopted cat can be returned, for any reason, for a full refund. Regardless of time, we will always take the cat back as space allows.
We do NOT allow declawing.
If you are interested in adopting or learning more about any of these cats, please call 907 980 8898 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Although many of our cats have a reduced, or no, adoption fee, please feel free to make a contribution to help another cat be rescued. If you would like to sponsor any of these cats by paying their adoption fee, or a part of the fee, you can do so by using the Donate button on our website, or contact us by phone or email to donate by mail. All contributions are tax-deductible.
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