Almost Home Adoptions for rescued cats

Almost Home Adoptions is a no-kill, private 501c3 nonprofit cageless rescue and adoption center and sanctuary. Our residents come primarily from the streets of Colorado and public shelters where they had once been scheduled to be killed.

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General Information

Official Name
Almost Home Adoptions​​​​​​​
DBA/Trade Name(s)
Almost Home Adoptions for rescued cats
Former Name(s)
Almost Home Adoptions; Almost Home; AHA
Date Established
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
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Colorado Location
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6010 W 88th Ave
Westminster, CO 80031
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Mission Statement

Almost Home Adoptions is dedicated to finding loving, responsible homes for rescued, homeless and abused animals. Excellent care and shelter is provided for all animals received. Almost Home Adoptions promotes spaying and neutering, vaccinations, counseling and education throughout the community and nationwide.

Organization History

Almost Home Adoptions is a private 501c3 non-profit, cage-free, no-kill adoption center and rescue. Most cats that find their way to Almost Home are strays. We also offer a sanctuary to cats in hopeless situations. Our residents primarily come from the streets of Colorado and public shelters where they had once been scheduled to be killed. Thousands of lives have been helped since inception in November 2005. Our unique facility fulfills a variety of critical roles:
-- Adoption Center, finding loving homes for cats. The cage-free environment helps in the overall physical and mental health of the cats.
-- Sanctuary, where cats are able to live full and happy lives with the care and love they deserve. All of our sanctuary cats, those with special physical and/or emotional needs, are adoptable to forever homes; the homes that understand the needs of the particular cat and the guardian willing and able to take on and address those special needs.
-- Hospital, providing medical treatment for sick or injured residents.
-- Hospice, providing consoling care and a warm, loving environment for chronically or terminally ill cats to live our their lives in comfort.


"We adopted a wonderful kitten yesterday, and we have already grown into quite the little family! My fiancé and I were impressed by the friendly staff, the happy atmosphere, the cleanliness, and-well-everything about the place! We definitely recommend it! And thank you, Almost Home, for a wonderful little companion!" -- Katelyn

"I adopted my cats Stella and Jetta from Almost Home after they were rescued from an abuse/hoarding situation back in 2010. They are fantastic and loving friends and companions, but started off semi-feral and terrified, and would never have made it in a traditional shelter situation. Almost Home is an excellent model for what sheltering *can* be. They promote understanding cats and making it possible for so many of them to recover from human cruelty or just plain ignorance and find good matches. I definitely recommend their work!" -- Dulcey

"We loved our experience here at Almost Home Adoptions. The center is clean and the cats are well cared fo. We loved the cage-free environment and the special rooms for kittens. We brought home two beautiful sisters and just adore them. The staff was helpful and took great care during the adoption process. Would highly recommend to anyone looking to adopt cats!" -- Peggy

"Awesome place and people." -- Alice

"I marvel every single day the vast difference between people (and groups) who feel compelled to do something and those who can coldly look the other way. The people who strive to make a difference deserve our support, our admiration, and our recognition. These are truly special people!" -- Katrina

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