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. Approval takes 24 hours (we do not pre-adopt any cat or kitten). 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 or Adoption Fee $150
Female - 2 Yrs. - DSH - Tortie
This little lady was brought to PALNV by one of our partners (Katmandu). She was pregnant so went to foster to give birth and raise her kittens. She is done with mom duty and is looking for her furever home. She is very sweet and gentle cat!
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!
Female - 3 Yrs. - DSH - Tuxedo
Bonnie and her brother Clyde were dumped at an office complex. Luckily a kind person saw it and contacted PALnv for help. She seems a bit lost perhaps from a broken heart that she was thrown away. She is starting to come out of her shell since she's been with us and if you find that certain spot under her chin she will purr for you. She needs an owner who will reassure her she is loved
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.
Male - 3 Yrs. - DSH - Tuxedo
Clyde and Bonnie came to us together after their owner dumped them at an office complex. A kind person saw this and reached out to us for help. Clyde is curious and loves to explore. Isn't he a handsome dude?
Male - 6 Yrs. - DSH - Orange Tabby
I was found by this very nice man named Robert. Robert contacted Rescued Treasures, had me tested for Felv/FIV and given a wellness check by a veterinarian, and then brought me here to the café. I didn't like living on the street and I would like to find my forever home. How about you?
Female - 1 Yr. - DSH - Black and White
Even though I may hiss to say hello, give me just a moment to get comfortable enough for you to have the indulgent pleasure of hearing me purr while you pet me gently. I am a sweet girl who will bring a smile to you while you bring me some well-deserved pawsitive attention.
Female - 1 Yr. - DSH - Tortie
This lady was living as a stray and ended up having a litter of kittens this spring. She is done with momma duty and is now ready to be in her furever home. She will do best in a house where she will get all the attention and be the only cat. She is very sweet and loves being petted!
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 - 1 Yr. - DSH - Dilute Calico
I was living in a cat colony when two wonderful humans brought me and a my siblings to the Cat Café! I am a sweet lady and staff is sure my personality will blossom as I get adjusted to this indoor life.
Female - 3 Yrs. - DSH - Calico
Our Café received a call from Heaven Can Wait about a very sweet kitty that had come into the clinic and needed a rescue to take care of her. Of course, we stepped up and Carl brought Liz to us. She has had all her tests, vaccines, dewormed, spayed and microchipped and ready to go home with you!
Female - 2 Yrs. - DSH - Grey/White
This little lady was brought to PALNV by one of our trapper partners. She was pregnant so went to foster to give birth and raise her kittens. She is done with mom duty and is looking for her furever home. She would be better in an only cat home as she likes to bully the other cats. She is a very sweet and gentle cat to humans!
Female - 1 Yr. - DMH - Tabby
This beautiful girl was living on the streets & was trapped to be spayed. Once they found out she was friendly she came to us to find her fur-ever home. She does have an appetite for plants both real and artificial so take care to only have non-poisonous plants for her dining pleasure!
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. I was examined by a vet and have no pain. I love pets, especially around my ears and near my tail. I would do best in a home with another cat and no dogs.
Male - 8 Mos. - DSH - Black and White
I was a stray cat brought in by a trapper to find me a furever home. When I first arrived, the nice people here at the Cat Cafe took me to the veterinarian because I had a severe urinary tract infection. I am now all well and looking for my perfect hooman. I love to play with my toys and other kitties, but a bit shy around all the visitors.
Female - 10 Mos. - DSH - Black/White
Platinum was living the harsh life on the street when she was trapped and brought to the Cat Café. 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 diamond ring.
Female - 1 Yr. - DSH - Black
Sweetie was found on the streets and pregnant. She gave birth, finished her mom duties and is ready for a loving home. She is very independent and loves to stand on her hind feet at your leg and stretch her front legs as high as she can to give your leg a big hug!
Female - 2 Yrs. - DSH - Brown Tabby
Meet Tina. She was rescued rom the Animal Foundation. It takes her awhile to warm up to humans but she is very friendly to other cats. It would be best if she is in a household with another cat (s). She is food motivated so maybe she can be bribed to curl up next to you!
Female - 9 Mos. - DSH - White/Grey
Hello I'm Thursday! I'm about 9 months old & a little girl. I came from the Animal Foundation & was in rough shape when I got to PAL. They nursed me back to health & I'm ready to find my fur-ever home. I'm spunky, playful & independent. I have the most stunning gold eyes! Come & meet me Friday, Saturday or Sunday 11am - 6pm.
Male - 6 Yrs. - DMH - Black and White
My owner surrendered me when he moved and I was heartbroken. I love sun bathing, looking out the window and playing with toy mice. I definitely have a weakness for catnip. I'm a gentle soul who has done well around other cats. I'm just a scruffy looking guy with a big heart ready to love a forever family who can look past my initial shyness.
Female - 2 Yrs. - DSH - Calico
I was a feral cat on the street with kittens. I was trapped and fostered by a care giver that could not return me to the streets so I came to the Cat Café. I am still not crazy about most people but some of the Café staff can now pet me and I really am beginning to like the domestic life!
Female - 3 1/2 Yrs. - DMH - White Tabby
Lita was another hoarding cat that came from The Animal Foundation. She doesn't mind the other kitties but only tolerates people. We are hoping that Lita and Sydney can go to that special home together to live out their life in peace.
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 - 7 Yrs. - DMH - White Tabby
Sydney came to Rescued Treasures in September of 2020. He was one of 60 cats taken out of a hoarding situation by The Animal Foundation. He likes other cats but only tolerates people. We are looking for that special place where he can live out his life in peace and with understanding from a very special person.
Male - 2Yrs. - DLH - Black
Warlock's picture above was when Kelly first saw him on her backyard wall. It took her 7 months to trap him. During this time he became ragged, lost weight, and had many battle scars. You see, Warlock was abandoned on the streets unaltered with no vaccines. To survive he fought for food and became FIV positive. He will need to be the only cat or live with other FIV cats. He is a lover not a fighter. He is a favorite here at the Café.
Female - Spayed - 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.