We are working with Kitten Rescue to try and find forever homes for cats and kittens that have been saved from euthanasia in high kill shelters and that have been abandoned in the streets.
We are family owned and operated. 100% of our profits go to taking care of the cats in our care and to our partner rescue so they can continue to save and give care to as many cats and kittens as possible.
Friday - 12PM to 4:30PM
(Last entry time is 3:00PM)
Saturday - 11AM to 4PM
(Last entry time is 3:30PM)
Sunday - 11AM to 3:30PM
(Last entry time is 2:00PM)
*Pricing is per person.
Reach out to any of our team members to set one up! Your package will include treats to give to the kittens and a special picture for everyone in your group. Children under the age of 6 are not allowed for the safety of our cats & kittens and 1 adult per 3 children is required. There is a 20 person limit.
*We recommend making a reservation for all cat passes and a reservation is required for Yoga classes and private parties.
Join us from 12PM - 4PM every Saturday with Kitten Rescue L.A. and maybe you will meet your new best friend (or friends)!!
Tail Town adoption event special cat pass available
60 Minutes for $20.00 (per person)
Can only be purchased in store, during event hours. To be used on the same day.
Found that perfect cat or kitten you just cant live without? Great! Click the link below to be connected with Kitten Rescue where they will set up your in home or virtual visit and get you on your way to making that special kitty a part of your forever family!
1 - Use caution when picking up cats. Some cats don’t like being picked up and may bite or scratch to get away. Try sitting down and allowing a cat to come to you.
2 - Do not pull on any of the cats tails, ears, whiskers or fur. OUCH!
3 - Don’t wake sleeping kitties. You may gently pet them but don’t pick them up. No one likes being woken up when having a good snooze!
4 - Much like people, some days a cat may not feel up to being handled to much so if a cat is trying to get away please respect their choice to be left alone.
5 - Take as many pictures as you like but please refrain from using the flash. Cats have extremely sensitive eyes and the flash can irritate them.
6 - Feel free to bring in whatever food or drinks you would like but please do not give any to the cats. Certain foods can make a cat extremely sick or even kill them. The cats eat well and we don’t want them to become over weight.
7 - No children under the age of 6 are allowed in the cat area. Anyone under the age of 14 will need to be accompanied by an adult.
8 - Enter the cat area at your own risk. Even though cats are cute and cuddly they are still animals and may scratch or bite.