All of our adoptable cats are either living in an animal shelter, or in foster care with our volunteers. If you are interested in meeting any of these beauties, please contact us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Connor – Love is Special and so is Connor. The color of a ripe tangerine, this 8 year old boy is quite beautiful to look at. He is even more beautiful to hold and love, which is something Connor is all in for. If you leave the house for work or errands, he will cuddle up on a window sill, soaking up the warmth of the sun; if you have a radiator, you’ll never have to wonder where Connor is. Set a towel or blanket on top and that’s where Connor will make his home. Until you come home of course. Connor will joyfully greet you at the door, so happy you are home to play with him. Batting around bells in balls or playing with a feather toy brings out the kitten in Connor, who will happily race from one side of the room to the other – he is such a funny boy. Connor likes dogs and given his laid back personality, we believe he would enjoy feline companions as well. So why is this charmer not adopted yet? Because he hasn’t found the perfect person of course! You see Connor needs someone as special and loving as he is because Connor is FIV+. What you need to know is that FIV+ cats can and do live long, healthy lives. You have nothing to fear from Connor’s FIV status and your other cats since it is not casually transmitted. FIV is only transmitted to other cats through serious fights involving deep penetrating bites. Connor won’t be biting anyone – he’s a lover, not a fighter. So now you know a little bit about Connor and I have a question to ask. Are you that special person Connor has been waiting to meet?
This special guy deserves a very special home. If you think you could provide that, please contact us at email@example.com.
Marcel - came in to the shelter as a 4 month old kitten with his brother Pierre. Marcel is now 9 months old. Both boys were outside and being fed, along with their mother, by a kind lady who brought the family in. Mom was spayed and released back to her but the boys showed promise of being adoptable so the shelter kept them and had them fully vetted to be ready for adoption. Marcel was used to protecting his smaller brother so when Pierre was adopted, he became withdrawn.
It was difficult to work with Marcel at the shelter, so one of our volunteers brought him home for a week and what we found is that Marcel isn’t quite as withdrawn as we thought. He’s a bit of a scaredy cat, but once he becomes familiar with his surroundings, he is a very playful boy who loves bells in balls, his feather toy and the ultimate laser pointer. For all of this play and silly kitten fun, it seemed Marcel did not like to be petted. Once again, this turned out to be wrong. He loves to be petted with his feather toy or if your hands are wrapped in a towel – do that and Marcel will roll around and purr like a happy boy. What caused Marcel’s fear of hands will always be a mystery but what is not a mystery is that our boy deserves a chance to learn that hands and the humans attached to them are not something to fear. Marcel is a sweet boy who has the look of an exotic cat with his sleek black fur and 1 small white patch on the inside of his neck. Marcel would do best in a home with a single adult or couple who are willing to give him the time and love he needs to completely come out of his shell and to lose whatever kitten fears gripped him in his young life.
Mercy is an all-grey young female who was left at the Shelter with Ivan and Leopold. She was fiercely protective of lvan until they were both spayed/neutered and separated and now she is seeking out human affection. Or – to be more precise – a human holding a feather on a stick, which we are using to show her just how nice it feels to be stroked. She sure does LOVE that feather, rubbing against it and purring, and is slowly but surely accepting human touches, too. Winning the trust of this girl will bring great rewards to the lucky human who finds it in their heart to give her a safe and loving home.
Hailey shares her big heart with everyone who meets her. She absolutely loves attention and will roll about as you rub her on the head and neck. You can tell just how much this girl is ready to love and be loved. Her soft adoring eyes and gentle ways win over the hearts of everyone who meets her. Hailey lived on the streets before, so she can’t wait to find a cozy, quiet home with someone who appreciates all the love she has to give (and it’s a lot).
If you are interested in meeting Hailey or fostering/adopting her, please contact us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Patches is the big man on campus. He’s a beautiful black and white boy with amazing yellow-green eyes and is front declawed. He loves to roll on the floor of the play space and runs around to play with his favorite string toys. Patches likes to roam and check things out, and will be so happy when he gets to explore new territory in his forever home. This big boy has a big heart and once you experience his charming personality he’ll steal your heart for good.
In his first few weeks of live, Jules was the smallest of the litter of five, but he has caught up and surpassed most of his siblings! He has a big personality! He’s right there with his brothers & sisters when someone comes in to visit, and he can often be found climbing up the scratching post or the door of his crate. His coat is soft as silk, mostly black with just a few white hairs on his chest and a faint stripe across his belly. He turns his little nose up at wet food, and dives right into the bowl of Kitten Chow. Jules will be ready for adoption around 6/2/13.
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