Often, when trapping feral cats, we come across homeless kittens who are the result of unsterilized community cats. When we have the monetary resources and available space, we will take these kittens into our Foster Care Center, nurse them to health, socialize them, then put them up for adoption.
You can come visit our cats/kittens at our Foster Care Center. Call Deb Schulz at 920-229-6250 or email Deb Jozwowski at email@example.com to make an appointment for a visit.
If you’d just like to ‘window shop’, our Foster Care Center is located at N5462 County W, Saxeville, WI.
We adopt out cats and kittens directly. Costs are $85 for one or $150 for two. Fees include: spay/neuter, distemper and rabies vaccines, Feline Leukemia/FIV testing, deworming, ear mite and flea treatment. To fill out an adoption application for a TLC cat or kitten, please download an adoption application below, scan and then email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
OR mail it to:
The Lost Companion, P.O. Box 282, Wild Rose, WI 54984
– Download our Cat Adoption Application as a PDF here (then scan and email it to us, or mail it)
We partner with other nonprofit organizations to adopt out the homeless cats and kittens we rescue:
OARS: Orphan Animal Rescue and Sanctuary, and Valley Cats, Cat & Kitten Rescue. Both are based out of Neenah, WI in the Fox Cities.
You can view all of Orphan Animal Rescue’s adoptable cats and kittens here and view all Valley Cats’ adoptable cats and kittens here – many of these cats and kitten are originally from TLC.
Barn Cats Available for Adoption
We often have “barn cats,” feral (wild) or semi-feral cats that need homes at a farm, horse stable, hobby farm, or other suitable outdoor environments with shelter. All the cats have been spayed or neutered and vaccinated against rabies and distemper. Now they only need an outdoor home where they can live out their lives.
Caretaker responsibilities include providing daily food and water, protection from the elements and veterinary care as needed. Be prepared for a brief period of adjustment. Moving to a new home is stressful for anyone, cats included. After a short stay in secure confinement, the cats will accept their new home and be chasing mice out of your grain or storage area with enthusiasm.
Guidance and help will be provided during the relocation process. If you are interested in adopting a barn cat, please contact Deb at email@example.com.
The Lost Companion is a volunteer-run, donation-supported, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible. We rely completely on the support of our communities to help homeless cats and kittens.