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, 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 for purchase for $8. To adopt you must fill out an Adoption Application and an Adoption Contract. If you have children or are married, they must come in at the time of adoption for our staff to meet the whole family. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Neutered Male - 11 Mos. - DSH - Black
You may not know this but I have been at Rescued Treasures Cat Cafe for almost a year now! I spent a lot of that first year out of sight and only started to explore 2 months ago. I've found humans useful for operating stick toys but am indifferent on them beyond that. I like bird watching on the TV and playing with my buddy Ghost.
Spayed Female - 5 Yr. - DSH - Black
I’m a lady who needs attention. I am friendly, affectionate and love being around people. I'm a second time resident at Rescued Treasures as my original adopter had to travel too much.
Neutered Male - 1.5 Yrs. - DSH - Black & White
I was brought in and am still a bit unsure about my surroundings. I would do best in a furever home with an understanding human who will take the time to win my trust and be patient with me.
Spayed Female - 1 Yr. - 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 street so I came to PAL's Cat Cafe. I am still not crazy about most people but some of the cafe staff can now pet me and I really am beginning to like the domestic life!
Neutered Male - 2 Yrs. - DMH - White
Polydactyl, do you know what that means? It means I have a genetic mutation (6 toes on a paw), like the X Men, Spiderman or the Hulk...so that's right I'm super cat!! I'm looking for a side kick and a hideout where I'm the only cat (super hero's have egos), or share with a damsel.
Spayed Female - 9 Mos - DSH - Black
I was living in a feral cat colony because I was abandoned as a baby kitten. But I am very sweet, just a little shy and would love a home that will help me become the wonderful cat that I know I am!
Neutered Male -5 Yrs - DSH - Black/White
I was excited to be rescued from the duffel bag someone left me in out by a dumpster in June, but not nearly as excited as I am to find a home! Don't let the name and the dumpster give you the wrong impression. Despite what happened I am an affectionate, calm and I am ready to start my next cat life!
Spayed Female - 1.5 Yr. - DSH - Tortie
I was rescued from the streets with my litter of kittens, who are all now in their furever homes and happy. I’m a mellow kitty who could lounge near you or on my special windowsill shelf and would do best as an only cat to receive all your love.
Neutered Male - 5 Yr. - DSH - Black
With my panther features, my big beautiful eyes and my affectionate nature I’m sure to make the purr-fect companion. I love attention and would best be suited to be the only king of my jungle.
Spayed Female - 6 Mo. - DSH - Black
I was rescued from the streets with my brother Cassidy. Want to know what makes black cats special? Some scientists think the gene mutation that makes our fur black may have less to do with camouflage and more to do with disease resistance. Mutated genes…sounds like I’m on the verge of discovering my super hero powers!
Spayed 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’m getting use to my temporary residence at Rescued Treasures. I am more confident being around my friend Gamora. A Don’t worry about the glare in my eye. I was examined by a vet and have no pain but don’t have full vision from it. The injury likely came from the living situation I have been rescued from. Please be careful if you approach me from that side though because I do startle.
Spayed Female - 2 Yr. - 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’m getting use to my temporary residence at Rescued Treasures. Once comfortable I am chatty and outgoing and can’t resist a bum scratch.
Spayed Female - 8 Mo. - Siamese - Lynx Point
IN FOSTER CARE - CALL US TO ARRANGE A MEET AND GREET
I am beautiful lady who like to be a little mysterious… I was found living in the desert with my sister and am still working on adjusting to humans and this indoor environment (which is way better than the desert, but still different). I will need a human with patients, love and understanding while I am adjusting to this new chapter in my cat life.
Rescued Treasures Cat Cafe consistently has kittens available for adoption, especially during kitten season. Please Note: The kittens pictured do not reflect the current kitten population. Please contact the Cafe at 702-629-6351 for available kittens.
Female - 6 Mos. - DSH - Brown Tabby
❤️ She’s old, completely paralyzed from the waste down with muscle atrophy and is missing her tail 😞 The injury is healed so most likely this is her permanent state, but that’s okay, someone will love you for who you are little one.
IN FOSTER CARE