Cat and Kitten Adoption in Central NC
Our cats and kittens are rescued from high-kill rural shelters in North Carolina.  2019 marked
10 Years of saving lives and we won’t stop until they all have a home!


Cat rescue can be difficult and very sad at times, but THIS picture is what rescue is about, and it makes it all worth it for us! 

Rescue is about seeing a kitten making biscuits on the arm of his new little girl — who also fell instantly in love with him.  💕  Let’s remember 2020 for moments like this, and let us help play matchmaker for you too so that we can save even more kitties in 2021!


Come see us at PetSmart Adoption Centers! 

Cat and kittens will be in the Adoption Centers Wednesday through Sunday in the inside units.  Then on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-1pm, Purr Partners volunteers will be available as well.  Hand sanitizer will be available, distancing will be practiced, and please plan to wear a mask and follow all of the precautions posted on the Adoption Center windows to keep everyone safe.
Because of the very small space inside the adoption centers, only pre-approved adopters will be able to go in and handle the cats and kittens, but visitors can adore them through the windows anytime!   Our Facebook page highlights the kittens that are available at each PetSmart each weekend.  We are always at the adoption centers in the Wake Forest PetSmart and the Raleigh Six Forks PetSmart, and we are now at the Raleigh Capital Crossings PetSmart every weekend too!  
Adoption information and the adoption application is available at www.purrpartners.org/adopt and we hope to see you soon…in person!

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Purr Partners Feline Rescue
Purr Partners Feline Rescue2021/05/04 @ 0:00
Henry is a stunning 6 mo old black panther who is looking for a loving home that will take care of him forever. He began his life outside but thinks it’s pretty special to be an inside kitty, and it’s such a relief to be safe from outside dangers. 🦅🦟🐶🐉🚛🚗😠
Because of his start in life Henry learned to be cautious but he has become braver every day. Being picked up and held will now elicit happy purrs.
This boy loves other cats and kittens, and playing with toys is a favorite past time. Henry would be best in a house with cats or kittens, and without small children. He will blossom in his forever home.

Henry has tested positive for FIV, but that is not an issue. It is not contagious to other cats except through deep puncture wounds like those caused in fights by two unneutered males. It is not transmitted by using the same food and water bowls, litter boxes or toys. FIV positive cats, with good vet care such as you’d give to any cat, can live a normal life span.
Purr Partners Feline Rescue
Purr Partners Feline Rescue2021/05/03 @ 21:05
We all know them and have squished them between our toes.
Purr Partners Feline Rescue
Purr Partners Feline Rescue2021/05/03 @ 15:29
Mama may be coming back for them so don't kitten-nap. Watch from a distance. It may take hours.