Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility Adoptions | University of West Florida
Skip to main content


Some of our feral cats have been socialized and are ready for adoption.

Want to Adopt?

We have had great success with the UWF Campus Cat Program and limited the number of kittens born on campus. If young kittens are born or found on campus we try to trap them at about 8 weeks old with the goal of finding them a loving home. All kittens adopted out are fully vetted (if/when possible). Each kitten may spend several days or weeks in a foster home. Our foster families spend hours each day with the kitten(s) to socialize them and learn personalities so we are able to match them up with the best furever family. When we feel they are ready to go to loving homes, we post them in @UWF Faculty and Staff Newsletter. If you are willing to open your home up to an awesome kitty please contact Nicole McDonald,

Furbabies Available for Adoption

Mr. Binx - Binx is a 3 year (approx. age) old medium haired black male cat that was abandoned on campus. Binx is one chunky heart throb. He is very laid back and loves to be loved on! He will make biscuits on your lap for hours. He came to us with most of his hair missing on his rear due to severe flea allergies. He is on monthly flea prevention and all his sores are healing up nicely. His hair is starting to come back and fill in the bald spots. He has not been tested with other cats or dogs but due to his laid back quite attitude we feel he will be okay with either. He is fully vetted, heartworm and feline leukemia negative and has a microchip. Binx uses the litter box and has not had an accident in the house. If you are looking for a big quite lap cat, Binx is your man. Please contact Nicole McDonald,, for adoption information.

Mr. Oliver - Foster to Adopt. Oliver is one of our favorite campus cats. He is a very beautiful medium/long haired grey cat. It has taken time for us to win him over but he has become a sweet boy with a spunky personality. We think he would do very well in a home. We would love to get him off the streets! We are looking for someone to foster him and show him how wonderful home life can be. He is shy at first but warms up quickly. Oliver is very talkative when mealtime rolls around and only likes hard food. He is very protective of his campus territory and not fond of other cats sharing his space. We do think it best he is the only cat. He will need a person who is willing to give him time to adjust to home life, lots of love, treats and patience. He is neutered and will be up to date on all vaccines before being placed in a foster home. Please contact Nicole McDonald,, for foster to adopt information.

Updated: 02/16/2024