Adopting from ACAT - Alaska Cat Adoption Team

ACAT Calendar - Alaska Cat Adoption Team
ACAT is back on Petfinder. After a rather long hiatus, Alaska Cat Adoption Team is sharing its available felines on Petfinder, as well as the ACAT website. Thank you for visiting our sites.
Alaska Cat Adoption Team





Every year, dozens of cats are euthanized at at animal control facilities around the state. Countless hundreds of others are abandoned, neglected, abused or killed. Alaska Cat Adoption Team is dedicated to not only bringing great cats together with great new owners, but making sure pet owners understand their roles in controlling the problem of unwanted and abused pets, particularly cats.




Alaska Cat Adoption Team (ACAT) provides temporary homes to kittens and a limited number of adult cats at risk and seeks permanent homes for them. We try to match these felines with their new human families so there are happy and lasting bonds of love and friendship. Visit our Adoption Pages to see our feline guests.


Alaska Cat Adoption Team offers membership to those who would like to support our efforts on an ongoing basis. Membership are available for individuals and businesses, for a year or lifetime. For details, contact ACAT at 982-2228.
Become a Volunteer

Alaska Cat Adoption Team needs volunteers in many areas, from foster homes to clerical help to fundraising to web design. For details, contact Linda at 688-4898 or ACAT at 982-2228. Foster Homes are always needed.


Alaska Cat Adoption TeamAlaska Cat Adoption TeamAlaska Cat Adoption Team will be at the Eagle River PetZoo on Saturday, Nov. 21st, from 1:00-4:00 pm.
If you'd like help determining the best feline for your situation, consult with any Alaska Cat Adoption Team member for advice on how to add a new family member.Indeed, one female cat can produce around 200 kittens in a single lifetime, said Barb Wright, vice president of Alaska Cat Adoption Team. The nonprofit organization responds to calls about feral or abandoned cats and places them in foster homes in the Anchorage area until they can be adopted.Here we have another image featured under Alaska Cat Adoption Team Petfinder About Cat Adoption Team. We hope you enjoyed it and if you want to download the pictures in high quality, simply right click the image and choose "Save As". Thanks for reading Alaska Cat Adoption Team Petfinder About Cat Adoption Team. Alaska Cat Adoption Team: Critical care fosters for kittens are needed. Alaska is facing an overwhelming number of abandoned pregnant cats and kittens. The 501(c)(3) organization is committed to re-homing cats and kittens, providing altering assistance and educational community outreach about the importance of spay/neuter and proper animal care. Volunteers are needed in the Anchorage, Eagle River and Mat-Su areas. (982-2228, )