KCS has the following “certified charming” kitties for adoption:

Apply to adopt a kitty here!

RALPHIE (the seeing-eye dog!) & SMOKEY (the blind wonder cat!)

KCS & Jakes Place recently took on this darling pair who’s human died. 13 y/o Smokey is blind, and 15 y/o Ralphie is his seeing-eye Cat! Anywhere Ralpie goes, Smokey will go too. They are bunny soft, major purr machines, and so sweet with each other. Since Smokey is 100% blind, they will need to be indoor-only kitties (safe decks OK). They are very quiet and sleep a lot, but when woken, they are all over you for love. These kitties are so gentle with each other, as well as all humans. They love everyone of all ages and are in a constant state of Joy.

What you see is what you get!!  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkJVL-4IK_k

To meet them, please email meow@kittycharmschool.com ! We are in Mill Valley and we are by appointment only.

SYLVIA – AKA “Cent Deux”
Gorgeous Siamese Snowshoe, from Hoarder Home with 102 cats! 

Meet Sylvia, a stunning 4 /o Siamese Snowshoe. We rescued from a hoarder home with 102 cats. She is a swinging single. Says “no thank you to other cats please!”. She LOVES all humans. she has been in kitty jail for TOO LONG! She is stunning and sweet and we do not get why she doesn’t have a home yet! Look at this darling thing: https://youtu.be/jKK4iYe6TjE

Please make an appt to meet our sweet Sylvia by emailing meow@kittycharmschool.com


Rudy was rescued by KCS in conjunction with Diabetic Cats in Need, an incredible group. Rudy, the kindest gentlest soul you will ever meet, was surrendered at the San Jose Country Shelter by his “owner” who wrote on his surrender forms that they “prefer he be put to sleep”. HUH?? Well too bad for them, because we snatched him up on the 7th day (most shelters do not rehome diabetic cats, they give them one week for a rescue to save and if not, they euthanize). In more good news-  as it turns out, Rudy had some bad teeth that can create a positive diabetes test. So we just had them fixed, are testing his blood, and crossing our fingers that he may not even be a diabetic at all! If he is, it’s not a big deal, he just needs to be on low carb wet food, and get a shot 2x’s a day with a tiny needle under the skin (which he doesn’t even know is happening). We will update you on Rudy as his mouth heals. Rudy is 11-12 y/o.

SEE THE “BEFORE” VIDEO- YIKES!!!  https://youtu.be/6x9VnW5-Hgo

Please meet by appointment by emailing meow@kittycharmschool.com


Poor 3 y/o Buster! Buster came to KCS via a call from a super sweet woman up at the Marin Headlands. Apparently, a cat was showing up late in the night and crying, wounded eye, and broken leg. When the residents came out to help him, he was too scared to let them near. So KCS to trapped him. We had a hunch he was not feral because he was calling attention to himself, and we knew the leg pain and fear of living outside might cause him to flee. From the moment we trapped him, Buster was gentle and full of love. He was so relieved! We know he’s had human love at some point, but certainly wasn’t lovingly protected ~ being unneutered, outside, no collar and no chip. So with the help of MHS, we gave him the works – he’s been tested, vaccinated, fixed and his leg has been x-rayed (it set as is and is good). Fast forward a month and Buster is now healthy, happy & ready for adoption! Buster loves EVERYONE! He would make a terrific family cat, but he would also be quite happy with one person in a small studio. He is so easy to please!  UPDATE- BUSTER LOVES OTHER CATS! HE ESPECIALLY LOVES POSEY (a feral kitten living under a house who we had to trap originally), AND WE ARE HOPING SOMEONE MIGHT WANT TO ADOPT THEM TOGETHER!

HERE’S A VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3lYYVEZKuk
BUSTER MEETS POSEY, 1ST MOMENTS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROabFmVxig4

Please email meow@kittycharmschool.com to meet! We are in Mill Valley and we are by appointment only. 

(Get it? Buster Posey?)

Who knows how this little kitten Posey ended up living under a Mill Valley house just 1 block from us, but there are certainly worse places to be!  The homeowner fed her for more than a month before calling us to trap her (she would come out & flirt, but run back under the house when she tried to handle – common for a lost cat). The moment we caught her, we knew she had been raised by humans. She was not fixed nor chipped (god help us all), but once she knew she was safe, she enjoyed our petting. The video below shows her one day 1, meeting Buster, a friendly-to-all-cast who we thought might comfort her. It worked – and as they say, the rest is history (or her-story, anyway!). Buster & Posey are BFFs and are darling together. He makes her feel safe, and she keeps him busy whispering sweet nothings in her ear (no joke, he softly mew’s in her ear!). Buster is about 5. Posey is under a year. Both are fixed, vaccinated & chipped. From rags to riches, they;d love to stay together!

HERE’S A VIDEO OF THEM 1ST MEETING: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROabFmVxig4

Please email meow@kittycharmschool.com to meet! We are in Mill Valley and we are by appointment only.

PEPPER  (Got Milk?!) & GUY

These 2 besties had a terrific life, until one day their daddy ended up in a nursing home. The landlord literally threw them outside! (Who does this?!) Luckily a few nice neighbors rounded them up and got them to Jakes Place rescue, who placed them with KCS.
7 y/o Pepper is a wee bit shy at first & she has a darling mustache. 6 y/o Guy is her super enthusiastic & extra confident sidekick. They are terrific kitties who have suffered enough loss- so let’s keep them together!
Pepper & Guy are very polite and sweet kitties, the perfect addition to any family.

PEPPER & GUY AT KCS:  https://youtu.be/z61l5mOZXO8

HERE’S ANOTHER! https://youtu.be/yW5fSaSpHK8

Please email meow@kittycharmschool.com to meet! We are in Mill Valley and we are by appointment only. read 

More To Come!

Looking for something specific? Let us know, we’d be happy to rescue who/what you are looking for, just for you. Sadly, there are a number of purebreds that need rescuing, too. Most rescues are perfectly fine cats – the problem is their “owners” who forget they are “guardians” for life.

Please don’t breed- adopt! Our favorite breed is rescued. 🙂