Welcome to the Cat Association of Topeka! We are a no-kill non-profit cat shelter dedicated to finding homes for abandoned and relinquished cats and kittens. Check out what we have to offer and see what we are all about!
Provide opportunities for adoption of relinquished, stray and abandoned cats and kittens.
Provide a safe alternative environment to care for cats and kittens while they await adoption.
Suggest options for finding homes for cats we are unable to shelter.
Increase the awareness of and educate the public regarding the following:
Responsible pet care and guardianship.
Issues pertaining to pet overpopulation and the need to spay or neuter pets.
The importance of preventative health care and annual vaccinations.
Encouragement of community responsibility in animal welfare “overpopulation” issues including feral cat management (TNR).
Foster a community of cooperation among all animal welfare organizations.
Actively develop strategies to reduce pet overpopulation.
Cats may be seen after 1pm on weekdays and after 12pm on Saturdays. Call or email to ask about scheduling a visit.
C.A.T. will not euthanize healthy, adoptable cats to make room for new ones. As a no-kill shelter, C.A.T. is limited to the number of cats and kittens it can adequately accommodate. Cats are admitted when space is available with priority given to those in greatest need.