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.
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.
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:
2675 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas NV 89121
Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Until 8:00 PM on Friday
Our Off-Site Adoption Locations:
PetSmart - McCarran Marketplace
5915 S Eastern Avenue
Petco - Eastern Beltway
2340 E Serene Avenue
Saturday & Sunday 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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.