Our Featured Pets

Meet La Fawnda! This lady is a total sweetheart and just loves to get attention. She can be a bit shy at first, but don't let that fool you! Once she warms up its all petting and purrs from there! La Fawnda has a viral condition called Feline Leukemia that weakens her immune system. Want to meet La Fawnda? Contact us!

Meet La Fawnda! This lady is a total sweetheart and just loves to get attention. She can be a bit shy at first, but don't let that fool you! Once she warms up its all petting and purrs from there! La Fawnda has a viral condition called Feline Leukemia that weakens her immune system. Want to meet La Fawnda? Contact us!

Meet Mina - a very special cat. Mina had a very serious eye infection that resulted in both of her eyes needing to be removed. Mina is recovering very well and getting used to life without sight, and is looking for a nice quiet, calm home to call her own! Mina will need a home that can help her slowly explore her environment but don't let her disability scare you away—blind cats adapt very well to life in a home!! Contact us to meet her!

Meet Mina - a very special cat. Mina had a very serious eye infection that resulted in both of her eyes needing to be removed. Mina is recovering very well and getting used to life without sight, and is looking for a nice quiet, calm home to call her own! Mina will need a home that can help her slowly explore her environment but don't let her disability scare you away—blind cats adapt very well to life in a home!! Contact us to meet her!

We save cats through partnerships with shelters, communities and people.

Madison Cat Project has worked with area humane societies and other rescues to offer adoption outcomes for feral and undersocialized cats, as well as cats who may not thrive in a typical shelter environment since 2001. 

Between both adoption programs we offer (indoor and barn cat), our extensive foster network and excellent volunteer support, we are able to offer cats who need extra time for socialization or medical recovery an opportunity to find appropriate homes.

Since 2007, our annual adoption numbers have increased by 250%. In 2018 we sent home 717 cats to wonderful homes. Each year, we spay and neuter hundreds more.

We continue to implement programs and seek out efficiencies to strengthen our impact on the community.

Whether you're here to find a cat, need help with a spay/neuter surgery or are looking to donate or volunteer with us, we're so excited you stopped by and can't wait to connect with you.

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