Welcome To Our Cattery
Pet Adoption Fund is also the home away from home for the 75 cats and kittens, all anxiously awaiting new families to welcome them home. In the meantime, they are happy and content with the care, love and attention they receive from us and our devoted volunteers at our facility. All of our furry friends are altered, tested for cat related diseases, up to date on shots, and microchipped before they go to their new homes sweet homes.
Physically Challenged Feline Seeks Caring Owner
One fateful day, the lady who fed an abandoned white-and-orange cat time to time saw that it looked badly injured. Without immediate medical treatment, the small stray probably wouldn’t survive. Our rescue agreed to help, and our vet determined the poor fellow’s badly damaged rear leg required amputation. That male cat, now named Mickey (photo at right), is still shy and really needs a loving home. He tucks his head in your elbow when held close, seems to like chin scratches, and sometimes plays with a little ball. Please consider adding this special guy to your family!
Choose From A Variety Of Great Black Cats
Our black cats available for adoption (some shown at right) each have a unique personality. Long-haired ones include gentle Albert, young Ebony and affectionate Earl. There's also medium-haired Magic, a bit shy, and friendly Jazie. Cassidy (a boy) and Mayra (a girl) both are so sweet. Don’t overlook lovable Tomasina, curious Flash, playful Knight and handsome Reggie. Bonded brothers Hunter and Gunner, or Chief and Commander (will be posted soon), must stay together. Brooklyn gets along with other cats and she prefers an adults-only home. Black cats are more rare because the gene that causes black fur is a recessive gene, and the cat must carry two copies in order to be black. Owning a black cat may very well bring good luck.
Shy Guy Wants To Stay With Gal Pals
A terrific trio of cats suddenly became orphans when their owner passed away. The girls, Lucy and Mackenzie (all featured on right) are both friendly orange tabbies who like snuggling and attention. Butterscotch, the boy, can be timid or scared at first, but likes being with the other two. Do you have room in your heart and home so this group can stay together? The females have goldish eyes; the male’s eyes are orange. He is white with attractive orange accents, including a unique little circle near his mouth.
Please Pick These Pleasantly Plump Pussycats
Some of the cats here have achieved a unique status: they are quite chubby. Visitors often call them big, well-fed, extra-large, or really round. All are notably friendly and really enjoy petting sessions. Check out Zipper! Zipper is a sweet chubby girl who rolls around during playtime or when she’s happy. She wants to be your one and only pet.