We specialize in low cost spay & neuter vouchers and adoptions


Our organization was formed in 2007 and the IRS granted our tax exempt status (501 c3) in 2009. We initially went by the name Purr….fect Companions Cat Adoption Center but changed our name in 2018 to Purr….fect Companions Cat Resource Center to better reflect the services that we now offer. We are the only cat solution in our area as our local Humane Society only serves dogs. We receive no local government funding and survive by our fundraisers, community donations and grants.

When we started we had a small shelter and adopted cats/kittens to the public. We typically adopted anywhere from 150-200 cats per year but were struggling to see a reduction in the stray cats in our community. In 2018 we closed our shelter and decided to specialize in low cost spay/neuter vouchers offered to Ross County citizens at $25 (cost is now $40) per cat and our organization picks up the additional cost at the vet clinic. Purr….fect Companions do not set income guidelines. We want everyone to participate by getting your animals spayed or neutered. We strive to see a reduction in the overpopulation of cats/kittens and are hopeful that with this program we will see those results.

We also entered into an agreement with Petland to supply adoptable kittens/cats for their local stores.  That program lasted only for 1 year and now Petland just supplies us with our Litter for the new shelter.  Our local TSC and both Chillicothe & Waverly Rural King stores donates regular items  for our shelter.  These businesses are a great blessing to us.

We opened a new shelter in June 2019.  It was made especially for the kitties by the Amish.  It is a little house that is just purfect for the kitties.  We do all our intakes thru this location and a limited amount of adoptions.  Our main adoptions are done thru PetSmart Columbus stores. We currently use  the PetSmart store located in  Polaris .  This storehas been a great resource in enabling us to adopt so many more cats and kittens than before.  We are grateful for the opportunity they have given us to house our kitties for the public to view and interact with them.

In 2018 we began our Trap Neuter Release (TNR) Program. This program is for feral outdoor cats. We identify areas that need assistance, supply the public with humane traps for the cats, have the cat spayed/neutered, ear tipped (which is a national symbol that the cat is not a population threat) and release the cat back to their original location or supply farmers with working cats ensuring the cats are fed and have shelter and can live out their lives.  This is a program that is offered at a reduced cost to the public.

Our organization is run by a small board and an advisory committee of all volunteers who are eager and interested in doing what is best for the feline population in our area. We are always looking for other folks that want to be part of something great. Contact us if you want to make a difference in a cats life.