Baby Bobby's Meow House & Rescue, Inc.

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Adoption Events


We hold regular adoption events on weekends at PetSmart located at 32413 Temecula Parkway, Temecula, CA 92592.  If you want to see if we will be there on a particular weekend, please check our Facebook page and/or sign-up for our newsletter.

All of our cats and kittens are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, tested for feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), and ready to go to loving forever homes! Adoption Fees are $85 for kittens and $50 or less for adult cats.  Our adoption process is that an application is completed and then you will need to interview with a volunteer about the responsibilities of pet ownership.  Scroll down for sample questions.

Contact us at if you want to know about adopting with us and/or are interested in a particular cat or kitten. You can also download our application to complete and email it back to us.

If you have any questions, please contact us at


Questions for All Adopters:

  • Do you have any other pets and how will they react to a new cat?
  • Is your current residence suited to the cat you’re considering?
  • How will your social life or work obligations affect your ability to care for a cat?
  • Do you have a plan for your new cat during vacations and/or work travel?
  • How do the people you live with feel about having a cat in the house?
  • Are you (or your spouse, partner or roommate) intolerant of hair, dirt and other realities of sharing your home with a cat, such as allergies?
  • Do you or any of your household/family members have health issues that may be affected by a cat?
  • What breed is the best fit with your current lifestyle? (You can find information on specific breeds in our cat breed directory.)
  • Is there tension in the home? Pets quickly pick up on stress in the home, and it can exacerbate their health and behavior problems.
  • Is there an adult in the family who has agreed to be ultimately responsible for the cat’s care?


Time Considerations:

  • Cats need to be fed once to twice a day, more often in the case of kittens, and need a constant supply of fresh water.
  • A responsible pet parent should spend at least one hour per day giving direct attention to his or her cat. This may include training, exercising, grooming, and playing or may just be lap time on the couch.
  • A cat with an abundance of energy needs more time to exercise and interactive toys to keep them entertained.
  • Cats with long coats need regular grooming to prevent matting.
  • Cats with certain medical conditions may need additional attention, including specifically timed injections in the case of diabetic animals.
  • Remember that adopted cats may need additional bonding and reassurance time in the early weeks.


Other Considerations:

  • If you are thinking of adopting a young cat, do you have the time and patience to work with the pet through its adolescence, taking playing, training and energy-level into account?
  • Have you considered your lifestyle carefully and determined whether a younger or older cat would be a better match for you?
  • Can you train and handle a cat with behavior issues or are you looking for an easy-going friend?
  • Do you need a cat who will be reliable with children or one you can take with you when you travel?
  • Do you want a cat who follows you all around the house or would you prefer a less clingy, more independent character?


The above information was taken from's Cat Adoption Checklist page.

Read here to learn more about Annual Cat Costs for budgeting.


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