Julie is a sweet little girl. She is shy at first, but warms up quickly to people. Found as a stray in someone's yard, this beautiful girl was brought to us to help find her forever family. She is only about 9 months old, with lots of energy for playing! Julie loves to chase her toys around, and adores attention. She does very well with other cats, but has not been dog tested. Her adoption fee helps cover her spay, microchip, age appropriate vaccinations, testing for leukemia (neg), dewormer and flea prevention. Julie is available through KITTEN DIVISION ADOPTION CENTER

KITTEN DIVISION ADOPTION CENTER is the only adoption center and rescue in Pulaski County dedicated solely to the abandoned, neglected, and injured cats in our community. We are located at 996 C Missouri Avenue, St. Robert, MO 65584. You can reach us by phone at 573-336-3939, or stop by during our business hours, 2-6pm daily.


Scooter and Violet (lookalike sisters) were born on 4/1/18.

Their mom had been found as a stray and had the kittens shortly after. They grew up in a very loving home so they are well socialized, use the litter box, and enjoy to be snuggled and played with. 

We think they would make a great addition to any family.

Their adoption fee of $75 for one or $125 for two includes their spay, vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer.


Scruffy is an adorable Poodle/Jack Russell mix. He is 12 years old, but still likes his leash walks and doesn't appear to have any health issues. This boy is looking for his retirement home, since his owners decided not to take him when they moved to Hawaii. We want to find this boy a loving family where he gets spoiled and snuggled, so he never has to be sad again. Scruffy is showing some mild food aggression, so we think a home without young kids would be best. Scruffy does well with other dogs, but not kitties.

If you are interested in Scruffy, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com

His adoption fee of $120 includes neuter, negative heartworm test, microchip, vaccinations, flea and tick prevention and dewormer.