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Halo, Cats Angels' mascot
, says, "Aluminum cans
can help homeless cats"!

A collection bin is in the
parking lot at our Thrift Store at 709 South 8th Street, Fernandina Beach.



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Can You Please Help Just One?

Cats Angels has adult cats of every size and description who have been waiting patiently for their new life for a long time and we are determined to find safe and loving homes for them this year. If you can take responsibility for just one animal in need, what a difference it would make. We have many loving senior cats who would so appreciate a forever home of their own in which to live out their golden years.




Our adoptable cats have been fiv/feluk tested, spayed or neutered, microchipped, and are current on their vaccinations.

Adoption fees start at $50. Currently, adoption fees will be waived for qualified adopters thanks to Ted Kostich, owner of KDI Homes, who is sponsoring the adoption of adult cats in our Adoption Center.

Please call 904-321-2267 to meet with an adoption volunteer to see a any of our cats.

Cats Angels has many kittens/cats available at our adoption center.

Cats Angels Thrift Store/Adoption Center
709 S. 8th St., Fernandina Beach, 904-321-2267
Open Monday - Saturday, 11 am - 4pm

All of our adoptable pets can be seen online at

Consider sponsoring one of our kitties. There are several levels of support.

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Cats and kittens of all ages, shapes and colors are waiting for you at our Adoption Center.

See them all online at Petfinders.

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Please don’t pass us by because we are…
•not young kittens anymore.
•adults or seniors
•missing an eye or a leg
•not ones who make a good first impression
•in need of medications
• need to be an only cat
• FIV+
• blind
• not lap cats (but may learn to be in a loving home)

Cats in all of the above categories are at our Adoption Center right now. They just need a chance to become beloved pets in a forever home.

Always think how you would feel if you were treated the same way you treat your pet — MAKE THAT A LOVED FEELING!
Be Patient With Your New Animal Companion. Please give an adopted pet time to adjust to you and its new home. He/she may be confused, depressed, anxious, frightened — just as you might with a major life change.
Planning a Family? Before adopting a pet, make a committment not to abandon it when a baby comes! Children and pets belong together!
Allergies? Visit our adoption center to determine if you might have allergies before adopting a cat. Bring the family. Save an animal the stress and confusion of being adopted and then returned.
Moving? Be selective and only consider homes that allow pets. Pets are not disposable!
Moving a Distance Away? Don't abandon your pets! Ask your veterinarian, or Cats Angels, for advice on how to transport your animal companions to your new home.