Adoptable Cats

We are committed to preventing animal homelessness in our community and we’re thrilled that you’re interested in adopting from the Humane Society of Pinellas. When you adopt a cat from HSP, you will take home a feline that has been microchipped, vaccinated, and spayed or neutered. Our vaccinations are according to shelter standards and up-to-date for the pet’s age and current health. This may mean your adopted cat or kitten may need additional vaccines after you take them home.



We are open to the public on a first come, first serve basis. Due to our shelter being under construction and having limited space for visiting adoptable animals, a HSP Staff or Volunteer will sign you in at the Adoption Gate. A counselor will escort you to either the cat adoption building or dog kennels depending on your interest. We ask for the safety of our guest and animals, you do not enter the adoption area unescorted.

HSP continues to provide an essential service to the community by intaking pets in need and finding adoptive homes. In order to continue operations and reduce the potential spread of the coronavirus, we ask that all visitors entering HSP facilities wear appropriate face or mask coverings.

Our website is updated live, so if a pet’s photo is present, he/she is currently available for adoption. To see our Adoption Center hours of operation, please visit our Contact Us page. Contact [email protected] or 727-797-7722 and choose prompt #2 for additional questions or information.

Meet Your Purrfect Match

If you want to welcome a new cat or kitten into your family, these lovable four-legged friends are currently available for adoption at The Humane Society of Pinellas. Our available cats and kittens will steal your heart.
Have you seen the cats in our Home to Home program that are also looking for their furever homes?

To view all the cats available, inside the window below swipe up to scroll through all our adoptable cats.

Home to Home Cats

Please note that the cats in our Home to Home program are not part of the Humane Society of Pinellas’ adoption program and are not housed at HSP. 

If you are interested in adopting one of the small pets in our Home to Home program, please contact the owner directly. Their contact information is included in the pet description.

Gizmo, Domestic Shorthair

OWNER CONTACT: Debbie 727.331.9665 [email protected]

Gizmo – male 10 month orange tabby spayed. He is looking for a forever home to be a companion to somebody that can be around to love and dote on him as he is extremely friendly and mostly a big couch potato with a very calm temperament.

He comes with a hooded litter box, cat carrier, scratching post, his favorite food and litter. Please contact me if you’d like to meet our favorite furry friend and make him your own.

Yeller Jr., Domestic Shorthair

[email protected]

Hi, I’m a friendly 5 year old orange and white kitty named Yeller Jr. I loved being petted and brushed and being with my person. I’m stocky and strong but really a softy, my foster mom calls me a ” big marshmellow”.

I used to live inside but was lost and wandering til I found a nice lady that saw me and asked Feline Folks to help me. One of the outdoor cats wanted to fight with me but I’m not a fighter,  I’m an indoor cat!!

I was checked out by the vet and neutered and vaccinated, dewormed and given flea medicine. Then I settled into my Foster home for loving care and protection.  I like other cats but some of them don’t want to cuddle like I do, so I cuddle w my Foster mom. She calls me her Buddy!  I would love a forever home where I could be a sweet companion to a kind person.

Kitty, Tuxedo Shorthair

OWNER CONTACT: Marty, 727-771-5173
[email protected]

Kitty is a 5 year old shorthair with a tuxedo pattern. She was rescued from a car dealership where her mother was hit by a car and the litter of kittens took shelter under cars. I worked nearby and took one of the kittens home as did the other neighbors until the entire litter was accounted for. She’s always been a very active and playful cat, if you’re vocal with her she’ll talk back, She plays fetch with rubber bands and hair ties, she greets you every night when you get into bed and mostly enjoys sleeping on top of humans every time she gets a chance!

Kitty would prefer to be in a solo kitty home!

Basil, Domestic Shorthair

OWNER CONTACT: Kyla MacPherson
[email protected]

Hi, my name is Basil and I am three years old. I am a very sweet boy who loves to be around humans. I love to snuggle and bask in the sun. I will talk and talk until I get my beloved chin scratches. I am very friendly with humans, but I am not good with other cats. I was born without a tail but that doesn’t stop me from jumping and hopping around. I am nervous at first but am an absolute love bug when given some time to warm up.

Gonzo, Domestic Short Hair

OWNER CONTACT: Michelle Ryczek [email protected]

Can a cat be too perfect? Gonzo is a super lovable 2 y/o neutered male. He loves to be around all people and he is very gentle with children. He loves to snuggle up with other cats and he grew up playing with a German Shepherd. He easily adapts to new environments. Don’t let those intense big bright yellow eyes fool you, he loves head scratches and belly rubs and is very much a docile cat. Vaccines are up to date.

Ipo, Domestic Shorthair

Owner/Foster’s Contact: Marc
(808)285-0012; [email protected]

Ipo is a very loving and affectionate cat. He can be timid around new people at first, but he loves being in the company of them. He is not a very active cat; he plays on average about an hour each day if that. Ipo also loves children and is fairly comfortable around them.

If possible, I would love for Ipo and Lucky to be adopted together. They are also both domesticated and used to living in a house with a backyard, which is why we think it’s better for them to be adopted in a home with an outdoor space.

Lucky, Domestic Shorthair

4.5YO/feMALE/not spayed
(808)285-0012; [email protected]

Lucky is a very loving and affectionate cat. She is very friendly when it comes to meeting new people, but prefers to be alone most of the day. She is more independent than Ipo. She also loves to spend time outdoors and climb trees. She’s very active. 

If possible, I would love for Ipo and Lucky to be adopted together. They are also both domesticated and used to living in a house with a backyard, which is why we think it’s better for them to be adopted in a home with an outdoor space.

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Can’t adopt right now?

At HSP, we have fostering and sponsorship opportunities for those who want to make a difference in the lives of our animals but are not in a position to permanently adopt. Learn more about our foster program and fill out an application today or choose to sponsor a cat.


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