Fee: $80.00. All cats are spayed/neutered, have shots to date and have been tested for leukemia/FIV.
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Weekend adoptions can take longer as we need to check references. Please bring vet records for your current pets. This can sometimes allow us to speed up the process for you. Adoptions are done on a first come, first served basis on APPROVED applications only. If you are considering adoption, it is suggested you have your application pre-approved so that there is no waiting period.
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Hi! My name is Balou
Balou is a wonderful kitty that just came out of a 6 month quarantine for a bite wound. Balou came to the shelter after he had been hit by a car and had to have a hind leg amputated. They also found that his other hip was dislocated and some bite wounds. This cat is amazing! he loves attention and doesn’t let his missing leg slow him down one bit. Balou would love to be the only cat in the home, but may do well with a more passive cat- he was bullied by his roommate for a bit and hid a lot. He would probably be fine with a dog as well, as long as it didn’t chase him. Balou is very affectionate and LOVES to weave in and out of your legs so we have to be careful we don’t trip over him!! He is only about 3 years old
Hi! My name is Bitsie
Bistie is one of 5 cats surrendered to the shelter because there were too many cats in the home. She is a big talker in the morning when she wants her food. Bitsie can be a little nervous at first, but relaxes as you start to pat her. She is about 4 years old. Bitsie is not a fan of being picked up and has only ever lived with men, women and cats.
Hi! My name is Buffy
Buffy is an adult female that came tot he shelter as a stray. She is a very shy girl that would do best in a quiet home, probably with other cats. Right now you can pet her and handle her a bit, but is very unsure of what you are doing. We don’t think there is a mean bone in her body, but she just needs time and patience
Hi! My name is Diana
Diana came to the shelter as a stray. She is a little shy right now but is starting to come around. Right now she is in a cage alone, so we don’t know how she’d be with other cats. She does like to explore
Hi! My name is Doreen
Doreen is a special little girl that needs a home that is quiet and has other cats. She is weary of humans, and would much rather hang out with her cat friends. With a lot of time and patience she will come around
Hi! My name is Helen
Helen is about 5 y/o and likes attention but doesn’t always like other cats. She would definitely stand up to a dog. Every morning when we clean she enjoys her time roaming around the shelter seeing everyone and everything. Helen does have to be on a prescription food because she has some digestive issues every now and then so a home where she is the only cat would be the easiest to monitor her food. The food is managing this well right now. Helen would do best in a home with no small children and somewhere she can roam around, get loves and enjoy the good life!
Hi! My name is Jazz
Jazz is a 3-5 y/o girl that came to us as a stray. She is not the most outgoing cat when you first meet her, and does enjoy space and time to herself, but she likes to be patted. Jazz is good with other cats and has formed a bond with another cat, Petite who has been here for 2 and a half years. She is good with other cats, and would be okay with a more laid back dog. Jazz would also be alright with children who are old enough to know when she needs her space. She is really looking for a home with a nice comfy bed by the window where she can get patted and loved on for the rest of her life :)
Hi! My name is Mac and Naomi
Mac and Naomi came to us when their owner passed away in January. They are very scared here. They are the sort of cats that would rather roam around the house and be independent rather than cuddle or be in your lap. Mac is 6 and Naomi is 3 years old. They love to cuddle with each other and are okay with the cats in their condo. Mac and Naomi have also lived with dogs, but have never been around kids. They are looking for a home where they can spend their days lounging around and co-existing with you and your family.
Hi! My name is Marsha
Marsha came to us with the rest of the Brady Bunch as we named them. She is about 1 year old and shy. Marsha is independent but sweet. She is good with the cats in her condo, but would probably run away from kids and dogs. In time she will probably be okay, but right now it would be too much. Marsha needs a home where she can have time to adjust and get lots of love.
Hi! My name is Mitsie
Mitsie was surrendered to the shelter along with 4 other cats because there were too many in the home. She has come a long way from when she came in. Mitsie likes to be patted and sometimes even held for a minute or two. She has only lived with other cats, men and women.
Hi! My name is Munster
Munster (very accurately named with that perfect face, don’t you think?) is the sweetest, largest, fluffiest boy we have seen in a while. We met Munster when he came into the shelter as a stray–so matted and dirty that he was most obviously uncomfortable. Even though he was in pain because of the large mats across his body, Munster here was such a ham to get any attention and to be touched. Mr. Munster has since been groomed and now has the cutest sweater to help keep him warm (he detests it). While he may not be the biggest fan of being held or picked up, Munster will certainly spend time next to you and lay as close to you as possible in order to get some serious chin and neck scratches. Have we mentioned he has the BIGGEST cheeks?? This handsome gent may not be ready for a super active or busy household with his somewhat stoic and analytic presence at times, but he is certainly ready for a home full of love and kindness to help him come fully out of his shell.
Hi! My name is Oscar
Oscar is a shy boy that came to us as a stray. He is good with the other cats in the condo and would probably just avoid a dog. Oscar could be okay with kids in time, but right now is still nervous. He is getting better everyday and is looking for a home with someone who will love him and have patience with him so he can be the love bug he wants to be.
Hi! My name is Sabrina
Sabrina is an older kitty that was surrendered to the shelter. She is a bit of an odd duck and we are still getting to know her. She was very unhappy when she first came in and was in our isolation but seems to enjoy solo life in one of our condos. She likes to talk to you a lot, but doesn’t love a lot of attention. We will update you as we get to know her better