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.
Cooler Looks for Summertime
Some cats awaiting homes recently got eye-catching new ‘dos. Before, they had longer hair; now and for the next few months, Lily the chubby tabby, Annie the gentle and older black cat plus Candy the white Persian have close, short shaves except for their heads, forelegs and tails, which were left fuzzy. Groomers often call this style the “lion cut,” noting it takes time and training!
Hoping to Stay Together
Gentle Shiva and bashful Banshee, a boy, are beautiful, larger cats and bonded buddies, mostly white with unique dark-gray markings. Female kittens Pecan and Triscuit are look-alike kittens, gray tabbies except one has white paws. Both are curious, playful explorers. Grizzly and Tigress (dilute Calico sisters) get along great too, and would like to remain family as well as friends.
Medical Needs Shouldn’t Matter
Affectionate Rico resembles a mini cougar and is ready to be adopted. He gets daily pills for intermittent asthma and IBD that we can show you how to administer. Similarly, a black cat named Inky remains quite thin. She used to be shy but now is talkative and among the first to approach visitors. She has finished with targeted treatment and really wants to be chosen.