Cat and Kitten Adoption in Central NC
Our cats and kittens are rescued from high-kill rural shelters in North Carolina.  2021 marks 12 years
of saving lives – and we won’t stop until they all have a home!

Come see us at PetSmart! 

*** COVID POLICY (Updated 8/7/2021): All Purr Partners volunteers will be masked while in PetSmart, and if a pre-approved adopter enters the actual Adoption Center to meet with a cat, they must be masked as well.  Thank you for your co-operation! ***
*** CHANGES TO ADOPTATHON HOURS (effective July 5, 2021): This summer we are trying different Adoptathon hours to see if other times are more convenient for visitors.  Our volunteers will be at all three PetSmarts on Saturdays from 10am-Noon, and on Sundays from 1-3pm.  Our current hours will always be noted here and on our Facebook page. ***
Cat and kittens will be in the PetSmart Adoption Centers Wednesday through Sunday in the inside units.  But during adoptathon hours on Saturday and Sunday, we may have more cats on the retail floor and our volunteers will be available to answer any questions and do meet-and-greets for preapproved adopters
Watch our Facebook page every week to see which cats will be at each location so that you can plan your visits accordingly.  We are located at Wake Forest PetSmart, North Raleigh Six Forks PetSmart, and Raleigh Capital Crossings PetSmart
If you are thinking about adopting, we encourage you to go ahead and read our adoption policies and then complete the adoption application at www.purrpartners.org/adopt.  It does not commit you to an adoption, but if you are pre-approved and fall in love with a kitty then you will be able to meet and adopt them right away!  

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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! 

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Purr Partners Feline Rescue
Purr Partners Feline Rescue2021/10/21 @ 20:26
Kitties are celebrating cool weather by fluffing their fur and warming up their purrs. 🐈🐈🐈 And the Kitty Krew is back at Petsmart in Wake Forest, and in Raleigh at Six Forks Station and Capital Crossings.
👩‍🦰👩‍🦳Volunteers will be there on Sat, 10a-12noon, and Sun 1p-3p, to help with meetings and adoptions.
If you haven't submitted your application yet it's on the Purr Partners web site. You new furry best friend is waiting for you. 🐈 🐾🐾🐾
Purr Partners Feline Rescue
Purr Partners Feline Rescue2021/10/21 @ 13:37
🐈 A tabby cat is a cat that has agouti hairs. An agouti hair is composed of several bands of colors: a dark one with the base color of the cat, alternately with lighter and more reddish ones.
🐈 When a cat has a tabby pattern, the dark markings are made of solid hairs of the base color while the fur in between the markings is composed of agouti hairs.Tabby cats usually look clearer than their equivalent solid color because of the agouti hairs. That’s why in many cat fancies black tabbies are called brown tabbies, but they shouldn’t be confused with the chocolate genetic color. Cats called “brown tabby” are genetically black tabby
🐈 Some characteristics of tabby cats are:
🐾 ‘M’ shaped marking on the forehead
🐾 Thin pencil lines on the face
🐾 Dark ‘eyeliner’, and pale fur around it
🐾 Pigmented lips and paws
🐾 The nose is pinkish and outlined with darker pigment
🐾 Torso, leg and tail banding
🐾 The chin and the belly are often white or a paler color than the rest of the body.
🐈 Not all tabbies have these characteristics. Some ticked tabbies don't have leg or tail banding.
🐈 There are 4 main patterns of tabbies that we'll discuss in future posts.
Here are a few of the tabbies available for adoption from Purr Partners.
Purr Partners Feline Rescue
Purr Partners Feline Rescue2021/10/20 @ 21:46
The Wilson Roadside Kitty Rescue is almost complete! All the kitties have been fully vetted, and 15 of them are headed north to their new rescue. The two rescues are The Odd Cat Sanctuary in MA and Cat Tales in New Hampshire. We are thankful for the help and excited for our kitties who we have grown to love. 5 will be staying with us due to medical issues, and 5 will be TNR’d.
This has been a big undertaking and has all happened in less than 3 weeks start to finish. Over $2500 has been spent to save all these cats and kittens!
Here’s a look at who is leaving us on Sunday night to head to their new homes!