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.

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.

Smokey/Domestic Longhair

5YR (approx)/MALE /neutered
Call or text: (727) 486-1784

“Smokey” is a long-haired, sweet, loving boy, and at least 5 years old, maybe more. Smokey is looking for a new home, preferably someone that has the time for his love, and has a house with a nice yard, that he can go in or out as he pleases. He can go potty outdoors, and is ALSO litter trained. He is the sweetest lap cat, who loves to play with any kind of toy, and once he gets to know you will follow you anywhere. 😊

Smokey was an abandoned/dropped off at my house 5 years ago. He was thin, and hungry, so I took him in (along with other kitties.) We have grown to love him, and have been caring for him. He is neutered and up-to-date on shots. He loves being outside the most, and whenever I am outside, he just crawls into my lap, (for the love this sweet boy deserves) I am not sure of his breed, but he could be part at least PART Persian.

Smokey gets along with any cat, as long as its not another grown male. Smokey is part of a bonded pair with one of my other kitties (that I think was an abandon as well). His “wife” is a wonderful calico girl, full of personality, spayed, and up-to-date on vaccinations. I would LOVE to find a wonderful home that will take both, as I would hate to separate them, but I will separate if it helps him find a good home.

Smokey doesn’t come when his name is called, but DOES come when I call, or say “keke”. Smokey is a good boy, and would be a wonderful new “fur” family member in someone’s home and family. I personally don’t recommend him go to a home that has babies, or little kids, but older kids are ok. Smoky is ok with being lightly, and gently brushed, but isn’t a fan of hands directly in his face for any period of time.

Bugs and Bond/Bonded Pair

6WK/feMALE & Male
OWNER CONTACT: Savanna Mullins
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Meet Bugs and Bond. They were found under a house born to a calico mom with a liter of 6. They are 6 weeks old and a bonded pair.

Bugs is a sweet little calico girl who was born without a tail. In her spare time, she meows for snacks and will sleep in your hand. She’s adventurous, even going toe-to-toe with our grumpy chihuahua. She will do almost anything for a chin scratch. Bugs is a Manx kitty, which can lead to digestive issues. Serious adopters will need to go over the risks associated with Manx kitties with us before adoption can take place.

Bond is our wild child. After 6 days, he outsmarted us and learned how to break out of his enclosure. He then learned how to escape his carrying case that was holding him while we baby-proofed said enclosure. He’s very curious and loves to find trouble, just like his namesake. He’s also learned he likes to perch onto shoulders occasionally. 

Both kitties are very affectionate, loving to cuddle with each other at night. They’ve been exposed to dogs and handle themselves well at the vet and on car rides. They’re just about due for their first shots, which are scheduled for 5/24. They’re on flea meds and we have litter box, bedding, toys, litter, and food taken care of. We love them very much and need them to go to a very loving home.  

Peanut Butter, Faded Calico

2YR/feMALE /spayed
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Peanut Butter is about 2 years old and a beautiful faded Calico. Quite unique.  She is a young very active girl, playful and an alpha cat. But does well with older cats. Peanut Butter loves to climb her cat tree and watch the birds and geckos out the window. She needs a loving and patient person who will remind her that humans are in charge.. haha… so cute..a fun little girl. Loves the attention of her foster mom!

Sunny/Tortoise Shell

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Sunny is a wonderful tortoise shell female about 2-yrs old, spayed and up-to-date on vaccinations. Sunny loves to play with other cats and also be with her human foster mom. She is a sweet girl looking for a loving forever home. on her vaccinations and is spayed.

Peanut/Domestic shorthair

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Is there anyone who can provide a home for Peanut, a declawed, 12 yr old senior male neutered kitty who is essentially feral and doesn’t want to cuddle.  This poor baby’s life has flipped upside down when his human passed away.  He needs a safe indoor home with someone who will be content to allow him to live out his life as he pleases with little to no human interaction.  He has spent most of his life indoors with other cats, uses the litter box just fine, and is strictly an indoor only cat now.  He feels safest on an elevated perch like on top of the fridge or up above cabinets.  He can be pet on his terms however will usually growl or hiss, but never acts aggressively otherwise.  He is just a “grumpy old man”.  Are you able to be his savior?

Jack/Domestic shorthair

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Jack is a handsome black and white male domestic house kitty. He is 5 years old, up-to-date on his vaccinations and neutered. He is such a homeboy, lives to snuggle with his foster parents, and watch tv with them and follow them around. Jack is a very sweet boy, a welcoming cat.. even great with their guests. One caution, due to a traumatic time when he was abandoned outdoors, he needs to be the only kitty in the home. He does tot get along with other cats. He is a good companion to his human people.

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.