Fall in Love

On November 1st and 2nd, love won't cost a thing!

All MSPCA adoption centers will offer fee-waived adult cat adoptions.

The MSPCA cares for thousands of homeless cats every year.  Most of these cats are adults over the age of one.  And while kittens are adopted quickly, adult cats often remain homeless for weeks or even months before finding a forever home.

Summers are especially difficult, as a higher number of cats and kittens are surrendered during the warmest months of the year.  In August, we offered a special "fee-waived" adoption promotion, thanks to generous sponsors who subsidized the cost of the hundreds of cats we adopted into new homes.  But our cat rooms have filled up again quickly, offering just a short reprieve.

Luckily, driven by the success of the hundreds of cats adopted during the last promotion, we've again been gifted sponsorship to offer another fee-waived adoption weekend for all adult cats over the age of one year!

Our "Fall in Love" promotion will allow potential adopters to commit more comfortably to the ongoing care of a new feline companion.  "Fall in Love" also highlights the advantages of adopting an adult cat with a known personality, and encourages potential adopters to give an adult cat a new forever home.  Let us play match-maker and help you find the perfect cat companion!

Please consider adopting an adult cat this fall.  Visit the links below to view our many loveable cats available for adoption. We hope you’ll fall in love with one of these beautiful cats!

Centerville (Cape Cod)
Methuen (Nevins Farm)

Do you have questions about fee waived adoptions?  Read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page for answers to the most common questions.

And if you can’t adopt, can you please help us care for these eligible cats and other animals?  Any size gift will really make a difference!  Just click our DONATE button to make your gift.  Thank you!

Funded by the Ivan Smith Adoption Challenge and the Cat-vocates, "Fall in Love" is part of a series of ongoing programs, designed to educate potential adopters about the variety of animals available and specifically to support the great need for homes for cats.  To learn more about the Ivan Smith Adoption Challenge, click here.