Adopt A Cat

Below is our list of Cats up for adoption sorted alphabetically. You can also use the alpha search below to sort through the different cats. Click on an individual cat's name to read more about that kitty. Please note that all of our kittens are in foster care and not at the shelter.  If you are interested in meeting any of our kittens, please submit an application which will be shared with the foster family, who will arrange a meet and greet.

In addition, our kittens, seniors, and black cats are featured on the associated hyperlinked pages below.

Are you ready to adopt one of our fabulous felines? Then complete the online cat adoption application.

To obtain additional information about any of our cats for adoption, contact us at 703-385-0224 or adopt-a-cat@foha.org.

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Sheera - Courtesy Listing

Up for Adoption

Domestic long hair, female, adult

Courtesy listing – bonded pair

I’m Sheera (and my name means “lion” in Persian). I’m a small, long-haired feline with a big voice and lots to say. I love to have conversations with people, especially in the morning when I’m hungry…

Sierra - Courtesy listing

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, adult, female

I’m Sierra, and I got my name because I love to climb things. I’m looking to find a new home due to allergies in my family. I live with a feline brother (Morris), who is also looking for a new home. I'm a little on the shyer side than Mo…

Sophie - Courtesy Listing

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, adult

Courtesy listing – bonded pair

I’m Sophie, a black and white beautiful girl who loves to be pet. One interesting thing about me is I never learned how to say meow......every time I open my mouth, nothing comes out. I do purr loud…

Tigger

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, young

Adoption pending!!!

Tiggers are wonderful things! The “Winnie the Pooh” song says so, and the volunteers at FOHA 110% agree – this Tigger is terrific! I’ve even been described as “feline purr-fection” – and, …