Adoption Resources


  • Contact Us:
    feedback@rmfr-colorado.org
  • Mailing Address:
    Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue
    2390 S. Delaware Street  Denver, CO  80223
  • Phone: 303.744.6076
  • Fax: 303.744.6205
  • ADOPTables in Foster Care


    The cats on this page have loving foster homes, but would love to find permanent  forever homes.

     

     


    Occasionally we have cats that can not cope with the stress of living in the shelter's multiple cat environment, or simply would do much better living in a foster home. Since these cats are currently residing in private homes, please use the contact information provided in their descriptions to set an appointment to visit them, if you are serious about adopting. Give us a call or drop by the shelter if you would like more information.


    When you visit;

    A quick guide to our color code system:

    • Red collared cats are our long-term residents. With serious issues such as biting, it is unlikely an appropriate home will be found for them.
    • Yellow collared cats might be hard to adopt because they have issues such as urine marking or litter pan aversion.
    • Green collared cats are our most adoptable felines. They are ready to find a new lifelong home!
    • Pink collared cats are cats that have been de-clawed.
    • Lavender collared cats are cats that will need ongoing medical treatment after adoption. RMFR will work with the adopters of these cats to make sure the cat is taken care of medically.
    • In John's Room, many friendly, wonderful cats live out their lives while waiting for another home. The Blue collar means the cat has Feline Leukemia and Violet collared cats have Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.
    • No collar? Please ask! Some of our kitties know how to remove them, or they might be one of the few that are feral or unable to tolerate a collar.

    Garbonzo, born in 2002, is an affectionate fellow who is one of the more social cats at the shelter. He loves people and wanders inside and out, looking for humans who will give him the affection that he craves. His big yellow eyes will just melt your heart. Garbonzo is an insulin-dependent diabetic, so he needs an owner who would be able to handle his twice daily injections. He is currently in a foster home, please call the shelter if you are interested in adopting.
    Hello! I'm Jazzy! I'm an independent girl, but I like playing with laser pointers and wand toys. I also like sitting next to people so that they can rub my head and back. Once I get used to you, I'll sleep on the end of your bed and I'll put my head in your hand, if you put your hand out. If you think I'd be a great addition to your home, call the shelter and set up a time for us to meet!
    Nikki Joe has been adopted! Nikki is a sweet black senior cat currently in a foster home. He was brought into the shelter with severe dental disease which resulted in all but two of his teeth being removed. He is not very active and prefers relaxing to playing. He is a semi vocal cat who responds to his name and the sound of canned cat food being open. He has a BB in his chest, a result of being shot when he was younger. While not much of a lap cat, he does love sitting next to you while being pet.

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