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Perry’s Place adoption hours

Perry’s Place has opened its doors to the public four days a week in an effort to place more cats and kittens into their forever homes! Stop in during the following hours:
Thursdays & Fridays: 3-8pm
Saturdays & Sundays: 1-6pm
Perry’s Place: 7342 Fulton Avenue, North Hollywood, CA 91605 (Map)

Adopt a cat from Perry’s Place

We are thrilled that you clicked on this link to adopt a cat or kitten from Perry’s Place! Our team is here to make this process as seamless as possible, ensuring a smooth transition for all parties!

If you have any specific questions about a cat that has caught your eye, please email us at

We encourage everyone to start the adoption process by visiting one of our weekly adoption events. When you visit, we build a dialogue so we can help you find the perfect cat-match for you and your household. We’ll give you our adoption questionnaire, which you can complete on paper or online. Again, this is all to help find and adopt the cat who is a good fit for you. We work diligently to place our cats and kittens in forever homes that stay forever homes.

Once the adoption questionnaire has been filled out, we may schedule a brief visit to your home to help you prepare for the arrival of your new feline family member.

Thank you so much for your interest in adopting one of our cats. We look forward to meeting you!

Adopt a cat today. Cat adoptions, kitten adoptions Los Angeles. Pictured is Lex, sweet rescued cat, adopted in 2015.

Weekly Adoption Events


Petco Van Nuys, 12-3pm

5850 Sepulveda Blvd.
Van Nuys, CA 91411

Petsmart Santa Clarita, 12-3pm

19059 Golden Valley Road
Santa Clarita, CA 91387

Petsmart Sherman Oaks, 12-3pm

13720 Riverside Drive
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

Petsmart Van Nuys, 11am-2pm

7888 Van Nuys Blvd.
Van Nuys, CA 91402


Petsmart Encino, 12-3pm

17150 Ventura Blvd.

Encino, CA 91316


Petsmart Tujunga, 12-3pm

6348 Foothill Blvd.
Tujunga, CA 91042

Adopt a cat

There are a number of factors to weigh when deciding to adopt a cat, and we at Heaven on Earth encourage you to consider adopting an adult cat, rather than a kitten. We do have cats of all ages at Perry’s Place, but we strongly suggest you at least get to know some of our adults before making your final decision. A few things to consider:

  • If you adopt a cat who is grown, there will be less maintenance. You do not have to go through the demanding and time-consuming stage of raising a kitten.
  • Adult cats are independent and do not need anyone home with them during the day. Purrr-fect for busy, employed or active people.
  • Adult cats are often litter-box trained (although initial accidents can happen as the cat settles in) and they are more likely to have some basic training.
  • When you adopt a cat rather than a kitten, you leave little room for unpleasant surprises. You will have an accurate idea of the cat’s temperament, full-grown size, coat, etc.
  • Older cats are less rambunctious than kittens and may be a better choice for small children and seniors.
  • Older cats often have trouble finding new homes, as people are more likely to flock toward kittens.
  • Adult cats have LOTS of love to give!
Karina, rescued cat from Heaven on Earth at Perry
Two sweet adoptable kittens at adoptions event, Perry

Adopt a kitten (or maybe two!)

If you still would like to adopt a kitten and watch him or her grow, we understand – those little guys are adorable! Before you decide to assume the responsibility, keep these thoughts in mind:

  • A kitten is only a kitten for a very short period of time.
  • Kittens require more supervision than adult cats as they like to explore and can get into dangerous situations.
  • Kittens can be destructive: Toppling plants, chewing wires, climbing your curtains, and climbing your legs.
  • Kittens will be very active at night.
  • Kittens may require a larger financial commitment than adult cats in their first year with kitten vaccine boosters, etc.
  • Do not assume a kitten will live longer than an adult. There is no way to predict the life span of a cat. The kitten you choose may only live 12 years. The 5 yr. old adult you choose may live another 15 or more years.
  • You cannot mold a kitten’s personality. Each cat’s personality is unique. Sometimes the most affectionate kittens can grow up to be shy, independent or aloof, despite the best care after adoption.
  • If possible, adopt 2 kittens, they will bond and play with each other.

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