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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Haskins

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, young

I’m young, fun-loving, and ready to rock-n-roll. I’m Haskins! I’m young (under 1 year of age upon my arrival at FOHA in May of 2018). When you come to the FOHA communal cattery, you’re likely to find me running around, playing with any toy…

Jake

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, adult

I’m Jake, aka the “Big Mac.” Why is my nickname “Big Mac”? That’s because I have a big hamburger bun head. That’s what the volunteers at FOHA call big tom cat faces like mine. My big head is almost as big as my heart. I’m such a sweetheart…

Katniss

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, young

I’m Katniss, named after the protagonist from “The Hunger Games.” What I’m hungry for? A forever family to love! Unlike the character for whom I’m named, I’m not a big purr-sonality or natural-borne fighter. No, I’d rather sit in a sunny…

Kolla

Up for Adoption

Maine Coon mix, female, adult

I’m Kolla, and I’m a special girl who needs a special person. I was rescued from a feral colony years ago and then adopted to a home with my brother when I was a kitten. I was always a bit more shy and liked a quiet home. But when my family …

Legs

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, young

This boy’s got legs…..four of them, in fact. And an adorable face, too. I’m Legs. Silly name, I know, but I can be a silly cat. I have plenty of opinions and vocalize them. I’m told I’m quite the charming guy. One of the FOHA volunteers sa…

Leo

Up for Adoption

Domestic medium hair, male, young

Little Lion Leo – that’s me! But I don’t roar. I purr! That’s how I got my name. I purr to let you know how happy I am to be with you. Give me some cuddles, and my happy engine starts purring. When not snuggling with a favorite person, I …

Max

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, adult

I’m a sweet and gentle boy who’s looking for a forever home and family. My rescuers named me Max. It looks like I’ve had a rough start at life, with a crumpled ear from injuries and broken teeth from trying to care for myself in the not-so…

Meow

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, adult

Meow. Well, yes, Meow to you as well. “Meow” is both my favorite phrase and my name. Yes, my name is Meow! I suppose you can guess, therefore, that I’m a fanciful feline, a clever cat, a gleeful gato, a purr-fect pussycat. I live here in t…

Mickey

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, adult - declawed

I’m a tuxedo cutie looking for a forever home. I’m Mickey. I came to FOHA with my feline sister, but unfortunately, she passed away. I’m looking for someone who I can call my family so I’m not alone again. I’m a sweet but shy …

Miney

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, senior

Eenie, Meeny, Miney – no! Look no further. You can stop at Miney. No “Mo” needed. See, my name is Miney, and I’m a sweet boy with quite the story. See, I lived outside for many years in a feral colony with loving caregivers. In the past y…