Purr-fect Cat Therapy Inc

Sharing the Natural Healing Power of Cats 


PCT is a private, nonprofit organization that relies on individual donations, adoption fees, grants, and our own fundraising to operate. We receive no federal, state, or government funding. Purr-fect Cat Therapy Inc is an Nevada nonprofit corporation in the process of applying for 501(c)(3) status. Tax ID/EIN 82-1983545

Purr-fect Cat Therapy’s (PCT) cats are Purebred Traditional Siberian specially bred for health, specific temperament traits and longevity. This is a very small preservation breeding program registered with The International Cat Association (TICA) THERAPYSIB Cattery # 3444. The very best kittens are hand raised, trained to the applicant needs. The Prescription (ESA) Siberian kittens are free of charge to approved Veteran applicant suffering of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder including Veteran Sexual assault victims. 

We are always seeking support from individuals who will sponsor a Veteran with the cost of adoption. 

Purr-fect Cat Therapy's Adoption Fees vary from FREE to $1350, the fees help us cover just a small fraction of the cost of breeding, raising, and training is well over $20.000. The fees help us continue support, provide best veterinary care, nutritious diet and continue PCT programs, providing quality companion cats to the peoples in need and we provide lifetime support for both our cats and handlers/owners. 

Donations help us to provide veterinary care, medicine, vaccinations, food, kitty litter, and other supplies, so that the only limit on our foster caregivers is the size of their homes – not the size of their pocketbooks. This amount is NOT tax deductible. The adopter is receiving goods and services (cat and veterinary services) that are equal to or greater than the amount paid. 

Under these circumstances, the amount paid does not qualify as a charitable donation.

Please be aware that Nevada, Las Vegas requires us to apply a 8.25% sales tax to all purchases.

PCT Therapy Cat Fees $1350

Nevada, Las Vegas sale tax (8.25%) will be added

- Therapy Cat   
- Resident Therapy Pet (RA) 
- Emotional Support Animal (ESA) 
- Adventure Cat 
- Hypoallergenic / Tested Cat (Additional Test Fee $450) 
- Holistically Raised Traditional Siberian Companion

PCT Adoption Fees

- Career Changed Varies, starting at $1000 
- Retire Breeder $500 Per Adult 
Adoption fees vary based on training, age, personality traits, and health considerations of the cat. 

Retired Veterans & First Responders Adoption Discount

We offer a 50% discount on adoption fees for all retired veterans. Discount applies to retired veterans, and first responders (police, EMT, paramedics, and firefighters). ID badge must be presented at time of adoption. Discount applies for members only. Not valid for family members.

Senior Adoption  Fee Discount


Adopters 60 years and older receive a $250 discount of the adoption fee of any cat 1-year and older or $500 off any cat 3-years and older.This adoption promotion is valid year-round and a photo ID must be provided at the time of adoption. 

Adoption discounts cannot be combined with any other offer, discount or promotion.

Every PCT Cat Comes With The Following
  • A general physical exam by our licensed veterinarian $50-100
  • FeLV/FIV (Leukemia/Aids) Testing - $35.00
  • Health Certificate $50
  • TICA Pedigree $25
  • Pediatric spaying or neutering $150-300
  • First and second and third set of 3 in 1 vaccines, which includes Rhinotracheitis, Calici, and Panleukopenia $20-30 X 3
  • Feline Leukemia / Fiv Test $30-50
  • Rabies vaccination $15 x $25
  • Microchip $50
  • Deworming $20-50
  • ID Tag $5-10
  • Transition Bag of Better In The Raw For Cats / Holistic Grain Free Cans 
  • Copies of the Leukemia Negative report on the foundation dam and sire
  • Copies of the HCM and PKD scan report on the foundation dam and sire
  • Lifetime health guarantee against congenital defects
  • 6 years health guarantee HCM
  • A Adoption Contract / Agreement signed by PCT, Inc. and the Purchaser
  • Support & Assistance For The Life of Your Kitten/Cat