Chicha is a seven-year-old tortoiseshell cat. Chicha was surrendered to the shelter because she was “being mean to the new kittens”. We expected this cat not to be friendly or social with other cats based on what was told to us upon intake, but that is anything but true. Chicha is very loving and does well in the cat community room with her roommates. By no fault of her own, she ended up at the shelter after being in an outdoor cat for seven years. Regardless of her unfortunate circumstances, she has adjusted quite well at the shelter and we feel she would be a well suited indoor/outdoor cat with or without pet companions. Chicha is up to date on vaccinations, spayed, and microchipped, just waiting for her new home.
Dracula is a five-month-old black kitten that is a little shy and reserved at first, but opens up to the right person when given time to establish a connection. Dracula and his littermates rule the roost in their cat community room where they eat, play hard, and cat nap all day long! Dracula is sure to steal your heart with his deep golden eyes and cute kitten antics. He is up to date on vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative, and awaiting his neuter and microchipping procedures. Ask us how you can get started with the adoption of Dracula today!
Well hello, my name is Sierra, a one-year-old calico cat. I am assuming this disturbance of my morning routine of devouring my wet food and playing with my roommates was to interview another potential adopter. So let me start with my requirements: endless love, warm lap, abundant wet food, toys, and blankets. Oh, and did I mention, adoration of my sass and diva-ness. If there must be a human, he or she, or both must be completely subservient to my wishes at all times! Yes, I believe you must be suitable. I myself am completely qualified and ready to go into my home since I am spayed, FIV/FeLV negative, and microchipped.
Olive is a mature (approximately six-eight years old) brown tabby cat with such a sweet personality! Olive came in to us as a stray. Upon arrival Olive had skin wounds, and seemed to have been injured or possibly hit by a car. After medical assessment, it was discovered that the skin wounds were those from a severe flea allergy that had been left untreated for a long time. Once she was properly treated for her aliments, she healed up nicely and is now looking for her forever home. Olive is social and will do well in a home with other feline companions or children. Olive is up to date on vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative, spayed, and microchipped. Come see this precious, loving cat today. She deserves to be in a home after a life of displacement.
Harriet is a one and a half year old solid black cat with stunning golden eyes. Harriet’s unfortunate arrival at the shelter was a result of her owner becoming ill and no longer able to physically care for her. Harriet has had a very stressful experience at the shelter due to her personality being one that is less of the social type. But fear not, if you are interested in adopting her, she has the potential to become a very loving cat outside of the shelter. Our cat caretaker has established a bond with her, so we know that with an adopter that is willing to nurture her needs and be patient she will be a wonderful forever companion. Harriet is up to date on vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative, spayed, and microchipped. If you have a place in your heart for a special kitty who just needs extra love and commitment, please contact the shelter to learn more about our adoption process.
Rue and her sisters Primrose and Katniss are gorgeous bi-color six-month-old kittens. Rue is the black and white kitten, and Primrose and Katniss are gray and white. All three sisters have a personality of their own, and interact with everyone differently. Rue tends to be the more reserved kitten at the shelter, but like many other cats she will express her personality more in a loving home environment. Primrose and Katniss have really opened up after being moved to the cat community room, and are quite the dynamic duo. Although they prefer to go into a home together, it is not a requirement. These sweet gals are up-to-date on age appropriate vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative, spayed, microchipped- just setting on pins and needles to meet their forever families!