Welcome to the Cat Palace
Interested in Adopting?
We strive to provide a hassle free adoption process that provides every adopter and pet with the best experience possible.
Cat adoption fees are $50 for adults, and $15 for Senior Cats (7+). Cats come microchipped, vaccinated, and altered. All of our cats are required to be indoor cats, unless otherwise specified.
If you are interested in adopting a pet, please submit a complete Adoption Application as soon as possible. Completed Applications are processed in the order they are received. Your application must include 3 references, and your veterinarians contact information. Once received, your application will be processed, references will be checked, and a home visit (excluding cats) will be scheduled at your earliest convenience.
Ladies and gentlemen, Laramie Peak Humane Society would like to formally introduce you to Grace. Though, truth be told, Gertrude would be more fitting. Miss Grace is a senior cat, likely well over ten years old. She is pretty well deaf and pretty well tired. Ideally, Grace's forever home would be a very quiet, very calm, warm house where she can claim her space but get human loves on her terms. This tired, weary, little old lady just wants to live out her days like any esteemed lady would. Grace will be here, patiently waiting for her human companion to swoop her to a lovely home for retirement.
This curious kitty is Wilhelm. Wilhelm is a Russian Blue and about a year and a half old. If ever you needed a cat that will cuddle you whenever you're down, this is the kitten for you. Wilhelm will make certain you always have a smile on your face and love in your heart.
Crater is a neutered 3 year old male. He is declawed and will have to be an indoor kitty. He would do best as a woman's companion in a quiet home. He was raised with cats and dogs but to experience him to his fullest most loving self he would like it to be just you and he. He loves to play with lasers lights, feathers and catnip.
Tab Hunter is our resident surprise. When he came to us, he was heartbroken and in not the greatest shape. With a lot of love and tinkering with his food, Tab Hunter has become one of our most loving cats. This ole boy needs a forever home full of love and patience.
Boot, internet. Internet, Boots. Boots here is a polydactyl kitty with half a tail. His past times include chasing all the flying things outside, people watching, and eating. Boots would love a home where he could chase mice and have a warm bed.
This bespeckled fluff is Tom. Tom here is an exquisite cuddler and loves love. He is the kind of sweetheart that will meet you at the door after a long day and melt your heart with affection. If cuddling were an Olympic sport, Tom would take home gold.
"Now here you go again
You say you want your freedom
Well who am I to keep you down?
It's only right that you should
Play it the way you feel it"
We're definitely trying to help this Stevie find her freedom; we're not gonna keep her down. Not that it will be difficult to find a forever home for this beauty. Her love is bewitching - Stevie will have you wrapped around her finger with the first cuddle. Her soft coat and mild temper make her the perfect cat for any home.
These two fluffybutts are Snowflake and Butterscotch, respectively. Both of these lovely ladies are 4 years old and, as you can see, enjoy strolls in the outside world. Butterscotch is a little less reserved, but once Snowflake opens up she's all love. These sisters have been together since birth and need to go home together as well.
Cleo is our new project cat. While not straight up wild (he'll let us handle him) he's still pretty terrified. I think it's easy to forget that cats can be abused just the same as dogs. My money is on this guy having gotten abandoned as a tiny kitten and being on his own since then. Cleo is probably about 8 months old and just wants to be loved. He needs a patient human to show him affection and respect and we're certain he'll become a loyal companion.
Coal here is one of our Work In Progress success stories. When he came to us, he was absolutely petrified; easily mistaken for feral. I think a lot of us forget that cats can be abused, too. After a few months of patience and love, Coal has come out of his shell a little bit. Now after a good once over, he'll slink right up to you for pets. While a barn home would be a great fit for Coal, I believe that if one had the time and patience, this kitty would be the absolute epitome of "love bug".
Bootstrap came into the shelter as Miss Kitty. We picked her up from the vet today to find out that she is in fact a he! Bootstrap looks like he could be a brother to Barbosa and Sparrow. In fact, he looks so much like Barbosa that we know we're going to get them confused. Bootstrap has green eyes, Barbosa has golden eyes. He's just as friendly as his long lost brothers, though, and is ready for a loving home!