WE’RE RENOVATING! BUT WE’RE OPEN. VISITOR GUIDELINES
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.
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.
OWNER CONTACT: Bridget Fiala
727.262.9474 (please leave a message)
She is healthy, fully up to date on shots and dewormed, and is spayed. She is very playful and intelligent. She requires a lot of active playtime, especially in the evenings. She does not like to be picked up but she does like to cuddle and sit in a lap.
She was a community cat who was attacked by a coyote and received nearly mortal wounds. I found her in my back yard and took her to Blue Pearl Emergency Vets who took wonderful care of her. She is now fully recovered and doing well.
She has been living with us and our indoor cats for 6 months now. While she has acclimated to living indoors, she has not taken to sharing a house with my two original cats. My cats are very stressed since she plays very rough as though they are her prey.
I spent too much money on her to simply allow her to live outside again and potentially be eaten by coyotes. She does need to remain an indoor cat and needs to be the only cat in the home.
OWNER CONTACT: Laurel Swift
This is Big Daddy he’s a very handsome Extra large short-haired male with probably Maine Coon Cat ancestry. He’s an older boy around 12 years old he’s been fixed and has his shots and has a microchip. He is very healthy and looks a lot younger than his age. He’s very easy going and sweet likes to be petted around the head before he eats.
Loves his naps. He’s a wonderful companion, one look from those soulful eyes and you love him.
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.