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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 newsletter. If you are willing to open your home up to an awesome kitty please contact Nicole McDonald

Furbabies available for adoption

Tony Starke - Tony Starke is a handsome grey and white, medium haired fluffy male cat. Tony was abandoned at one of our feeding stations so his history is unknown. But we do know that Tony Starke is a complete gentleman and lovebug. He prefers to be wherever his humans are. He loves to cuddle and chat with you about your day! He also loves canned cat food and fresh catnip. He is currently being fostered in the local area (Pace) with three cats and two big dogs. He is doing great with his foster family. He would love to have a cat friend to play with. He does like to play with human hand so he would not be a good fit for small children. He is now fully vaccinated, neutered, microchipped and ready for a new home. he is litter boxed trained and has not had any accidents in the house. Please contact Nicole McDonald at




Updated: 8/29/23