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Homeward Bound Cat Adoptions

2675 E. Flamingo Rd. Suite 3

Las Vegas, NV 89121

(just off Eastern Ave.)

 

PET - PLAY - ADOPT HOURS

Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Until 8:00 PM on Friday

Closed Monday

© 2019 Homeward Bound Cat Adoptions. Created by Pink Kitty Creative

ABOUT US

Homeward Bound Cat Adoptions is a non-profit charitable organization. We offer a resource and option for those wishing to find homes for domestic cats and kittens. Homeward Bound is volunteer-managed and driven. We have no shelter. We have no paid employees. Donations to Homeward Bound are tax-exempt.


Our Vision:


A community in which no pet owner is forced to make a choice to abandon an unwanted cat or kitten or relinquish the pet to a kill shelter. 

 
Our Goals:

 

  • Offer the option of placing for adoption domestic cats/kittens that need to be re-homed.

  • Reduce the number of cats abandoned, euthanized, or placed in local shelters.

  • Provide healthy spayed/neutered and microchipped cats for adoption.

  • Manage a network of reliable, skilled, and loving foster homes.

  • Provide veterinary care that includes spays/neuters, vaccinations, diagnostic testing, dental procedures, ophthalmology care, surgery, medications, and hospitalization for cats and kittens in our care.

  • Educate our community on the responsibilities of pet ownership.

 

"One determined person can make a significant difference, and a small group of determined people can change the course of history."
~ Sonia Johnson

 

Our Cage Free Adoption Center:
Flamingo Center
2675 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas NV 89121

Hours:

Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Until 8:00 PM on Friday

Closed Monday

Our Off-Site Adoption Locations:

PetSmart - McCarran Marketplace

5915 S Eastern Avenue

Petco - Eastern Beltway

2340 E Serene Avenue


Hours:

Saturday & Sunday 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Our Accomplishments:

  • Since July 2007, averaged over 40 cat adoptions per month for a total of over 5000 adoptions.

  • Maintained a base of approximately 30 long-term dedicated, skilled volunteers.

  • Worked with the Community Cat Coalition of Clark County (C-5) to place in permanent homes over 500 socialized kittens from the C-5 Trap-Neuter-Return program to reduce the number of kittens growing up on our streets

  • Gained recognition for contributions to our community from Fox5/Fairway and Henderson Chevrolet’s Shining Star program, the Community Cat Coalition of Clark County, and Clark County Television Channel 4 County Critters program.