Please contact us if you don’t see an answer here to the questions we most frequently hear.
Where does MCA get its cats?
• High-kill animal shelters where there are few rescue resources for animals in need;
• From the streets through colleagues involved in trap-neuter-return projects or Good Samaritans who have taken in abandoned cats.
What do adoption fees cover?
I can't keep my cat. Can you take it?
Here are some other good resources to help with rehoming a cat.
How can I adopt a cat?
• Once you’re approved to adopt, you can meet cats in their foster home. You also can meet cats at our adoption fairs before being approved, but you can only take a cat home from a fair if you’re approved to adopt.
• Read more on our How to Adopt page.
Where can I find pet friendly housing?
What if an adoption doesn't work out?
Do you have pure bred Maine Coons?
Why do you only adopt to people who live within a three-hour drive from the Bay Area?
Petfinder (services entire nation): www.Petfinder.com – just type in “Maine Coon” as the cat breed & specify your location. It will give you a listing of the kitties available for adoption near you.
Maine Coon Rescue (services entire nation): http://mainecoonrescue.net/
East Coast Main Coon Rescue in New Jersey: http://www.ecmcr.org/
Only Maine Coon Rescue in New Jersey: http://omcrescue.org/
Maine Coon Rescue Alliance in Texas: http://www.mainecoonsavers.com/
Maine Coon Cat Nation: http://www.maine-coon-cat-nation.com
Rescue me (services entire nation, you pick the cat breed and the state you live in): http://mainecoon.rescueme.org/
Best wishes to you in your search for your new furry family member!