LuckyCat Adoptions Logo Our Goal:
No More Homeless Cats

Help us reach this goal.

In 2021 we partnered with 35 shelters in Florida and Georgia to help find homes for 1,101 cats and kittens.

We exist solely on donations and through fundraising efforts. Every penny collected pays for veterinary care, food, litter and essential expenses for the animals we rescue. If you would like to make an on-line donation, please click on the PayPal Donate button below.

Our Mission

To find homes for shelter cats and kittens while supporting animal sheltering organizations so they are not faced with unnecessary euthanasia decisions.

Who We Are

Lucky Cat Adoptions is a nonprofit organization that was formed in January 2005 to help cats and kittens in Jacksonville, Florida and the surrounding areas. At that time municipal shelters around us had not embraced Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) for community cats or other lifesaving strategies and were euthanizing more than 90% of cats entering shelters.

Through years of hard work and collaboration, animal welfare has transformed in our area and euthanasia has decreased dramatically. Today Lucky Cat Adoptions focuses our limited resources on helping cats in rural shelters around Florida and South Georgia while trying to help those shelters implement lifesaving strategies to avoid euthanasia.


All of our cats and kittens up for adoption are available for you to meet 24/7 at 11 area PetSupermarket stores. They are sterilized, vaccinated for their age, microchipped and current on preventive care. We do not have a shelter and pull cats and kittens weekly from a variety of shelters around Florida and South Georgia as we have available space.

The adoption process is quick and easy, so stop by any of the following locations to adopt today:

Ways That You Can Help

Lucky Cat Adoptions is a small, all volunteer organization that relies solely on donations to continue our mission of finding homes for homeless cats. Providing veterinary care such as spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchips, preventive care and other medical care to make cats ready for adoption is our largest expense. As a 501(c)3, our lifesaving success depends on the individual, business and planned giving donations we receive. We thank you, the generous members of our community, for your support and concern for the homeless cats we all love. We realize that our efforts on behalf of the cats would not be possible without you.

Donate Now

Monetary donations to Lucky Cat Adoptions are tax deductible as allowed by law.

You can donate directly online through Paypal

or send a check to the address below, payable to Lucky Cat Adoptions, Inc. We will send a written confirmation to you that your donation has been received. Please save your canceled check as proof of your tax-deductible donation and consult your tax accountant regarding your donation.

Lucky Cat Adoptions
P.O. Box 8490
Fleming Island, FL 32006


AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Lucky Cat Adoptions every time you shop, at no cost to you.

When you shop via AmazonSmile, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to Lucky Cat Adoptions.

To get started, visit using your existing Amazon login and password, search for Lucky Cat Adoptions, Inc. in Fleming Island, FL as your charity.

Online Fundraisers

You can always create your own online fundraiser through Facebook or other social media platform and choose us as the recipient.

Matching Gifts

If you work for (or have retired from) one of the many companies that will match employee donations to Lucky Cat Adoptions, you simply need to contact your company’s matching gift office to request a matching gift form (this will help us properly process your donation) and send the “matching gift form” to us along with your donation. Please note many companies also match contributions of retirees and employees’ spouses. Please check with your employer to see if they will match your gift to Lucky Cat Adoptions.


Due to the limited amount of space in our adoption cages and the overwhelming number of cats and kittens in shelters needing help, we are unable to take in any new fosters from private citizens. If you have a cat or kittens that need help or are looking to re-home your own pet, please visit the Jacksonville Humane Society’s Pet Help Center to learn about resources available to you. If you have found a free roaming community cat (friendly or feral) who does not have an ear tip, contact FCNMHP to TNR the cat and return it back to the neighborhood after surgery.

Other Helpful Links

City of Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services

Jacksonville Humane Society

First Coast No More Homeless Pets

Kitten Lady