Our cats are called community cats because they were living on the streets. Our partners are The Animal Foundation, TNR Trappers or feral cat feeders that found a stray in their cat colony. The cats at Rescued Treasures become our residents cats when they arrive at our Cat Cafe and stay until adopted.
All of our cats have been FELV/FIV tested (kittens at 12 weeks and up) and are negative, they have been spayed or neutered, microchipped, dewormed and up to date on vaccines. The cost to adopt is $150. Please bring a pet carrier if you plan to adopt. If you do not have one we have cardboard carriers available. To adopt you must fill out an Adoption Application and an Adoption Contract. If you are married or have roommates they must approve of your adopting a cat. We also require your rental agreement if you do not own your home and a copy of your driver's license.
If you would like more information about one of our cats, please contact us at
(702) 629-6351 or fill out the Adoption Application below and email it to email@example.com.
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Adoption Deposit $50/Adoption Fee $150
Female - 10 Mos. - DSH - Black and White
Platinum was living the harsh life on the street when she was trapped and brought into Rescued Treasures. She now enjoys the luxuries of indoor life, an easy meal, and a warm bed. She does enjoy playing with ball toys and the other kitties. Given some time and understanding, her personality will shine like a ring that you have to take the time to polish.
Female - 2 Yrs. - DSH - Tabby
I was brought in by a wonderful trapper who works with Community Cat Coalition of Clark County (C5) because someone in the neighborhood I was living in was harming cats. I have an injury to my eye, but don’t worry about the glare. I was examined by a vet and have no pain but don’t have full vision from it. I love pets, especially around my ears and near my tail. I would do best in a home with another cat and no dogs. I will take time to warm up to you, but it will be worth it because I am as sweet as can be.
Male - 1 Yr. DSH - Black
While some think black cats are bad luck, more cultures find they are good luck! In Japan, black cats can bring love or fortune. An English bride receiving a black cat as a gift will have a happy marriage, while having one appear on your doorstep in Scotland signals prosperity is on its way. The French call black cats “Money Cats,” and treating them with respect can bring riches. I am hoping to be your lucky cat with my bright amber eyes!
Male - 1.5 Yrs. DMH - Black
Cedar originally came to us when he was about 3 months old with litter mates dubbed the wood pile kittens. His brother Ash and Cedar were the shy ones, so it took awhile for them to get adopted. Unfortunately, his new owner is moving and can not take him with her. Cedar is back again and ready to settle down in a permanent furever home. While he is shy, he likes treats and loves to play with wand toys.
Female - 3 Yrs. DSH - Grey
Juniper was originally transferred from a shelter to PALNV at the end of January. Lucky for her she got adopted within a week of being here. Her owner now has to move and is unable to take Juniper with her, so she was returned. This little lady is now waiting for luck to strike again and for a lasting furever home.
Female - 10 Mos. - DSH - Dilute Calico
I was living in a cat colony when two wonderful humans brought me and a few others to PALNV! I am adjusting to indoor life but enjoying the luxury of it.
Male - 8 Mos. - DSH - Black and White
I was a stray cat brought in by a trapper to find me a furever home. I am still taking this move in. The staff say the white part of my tail is from the ink running out and being refilled. I love to play with my toys and other kitties.
Female - 1 Yr. - DSH - Torti
This tiny little lady with stunning emerald green eyes came to us as a pregnant stray. She had a couple little ones, has done her motherly duty and is ready to find a furever home. She is a sweet little lady who would make a good feline companion.
Male - 3.5 Yrs. - DMH - Black/White
Charm is a very sweet boy that was on the streets and hit by a car. He was taken to The Animal Foundation and due to his injuries he had his front right leg amputated. He has recovered and will need a home that will help him to continue to adjust to his new life!
Female - 2 Yrs. - DSH - Tabby Mix
I was found by a wonderful citizen who brought me to PALnv. What a find I am! My coat has a gorgeous pattern and coloring. I can be talkative and enjoy attention. Just one small thing: I am partially blind. I can see shadows and I can climb a cat tree. It doesn't bother me because I have been this way since I was born!
Male 5 Yrs. DMH & Female - 3 Yrs. - DMH
Joey Ramone and Lita Ford came to PALnv from a hoarding situation in Las Vegas in August, 2020. These two were not socialized but our volunteers and a few foster families have tried to make these two into the loving cats we hoped they could become but they just aren't coming around. Both are independent but don't mind other cats and actually like kittens.
Most likely the best life for these two would be to live in a home where a "caretaker" provides food, water, litter box and basic needs but doesn't need the love and affection a domesticated cat would normally like. A catio environment would be perfect for them. They could go into a cat colony in someone's backyard where they would be safe and cared for or they could go into a "working cat" situation such as in a warehouse, farm, stables, etc. As long as they are provided food, water and shelter, they would be great for rodent control. They don't fear humans - they just don't like us!
Female - 1.5 Yrs. - DLH
This spunky little lady is looking for her furever home. She does not appreciate children or other felines but does tolerate some canines. She needs to learn some manners though as she gets super excited and loves to play but doesn’t understand that just because hands move, they aren’t toys. She is a lap cat but doesn’t seek out attention. She enjoys the outdoors on her leash or in a catio, but should not be given free rein.
Foxy is not a PALnv cat. Her foster will be handling her adoption. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.