Charlie – male
Senior for Senior
Charlie is generously sponsored by:
Marcia K. Osborn
Chubby Charlie was likely born around 2006. He is good with other cats. Charlie loves to sit on the sofa next to you, being petted, a perfect lap cat. Sadly his senior owner is unable to care for him anymore.
Naomi – female
polydactyle (extra toes)
Naomi came to us looking to find a home. She discovered while here a little kitten that needed the love and comfort that only a mom cat could give. Even tho Naomi didn’t have milk, she nurtured an abandoned kitten while the foster home bottle fed her. Naomi is one awesome, loving and sweet kitty. Check out her extra toes below – still so dainty and delicate.
Polydactyl front paws.
Jo – female
DOB: Jan. 1, 2014
Jo is Mom to the “Little Women” kittens on our kitten page – Beth, Amy, and Meg. She is easy going and lovable. Ready to have a home of her own where she can be the one being loved full time.
Vanessa – female
Available for our Senior to Senior program
Nessie showed up in a neighborhood where little is known about her. She’s certainly not feral and needed a lot of help. She’s chatty, petite, and lovely. She loves to eat, sleep in soft beds, and scratch on cardboard scratchers. She hates carriers, car riding, and going to the vet. She would do best in an adult environment.
Did I mention she likes her lap time? She has been through a lot. If you’re one of those folks who know how to feel your way along and give it some time, talk to us.
Elle – female
DOB: January 2012
Elle loves to sit in the sun and snuggle up next to you on the couch.
Scott and Stacy
Scott – male – adopted!!
Stacy – female
DOB: May 1, 2016
Scott is adopted!
Stacy is still looking for you!!
Stacey is the nicest, softest, most playful kitten you could hope for. She’s fine with other cats but she can amuse herself, too. People describe her fur as “silky” or “velvet.” She’s so funny, she declines wet food but has been seen tasting tofu and crunching on crackers. Cat grass is a big favorite of hers. She’s young enough to fit in most families, and could provide a lot of fun and warmth.
Cinderella – female
DOB: – 2013
Named for her dirty condition when one of us found her, she goes by Ella or Rella now. Didn’t she clean up nice?? She is the neatest little black and white cat, and she’s actually become pleasingly plump. She loves to be rubbed around her neck and ears and she purrs on contact. Not the most confident kitty, she would do best in a calm, quiet environment, and would like another cat for company as long as she/he isn’t rough with her.
Amari – female
“My name is Amari. It means strength and I have it. I’m about 2 years old, have captivating gold eyes and am very friendly. My foster mom fed me outside with the roaming neighborhood cats for a couple of days when I decided I wanted to be an inside kitty.
The vet says I have a slight limp from an old unknown injury. It doesn’t appear to bother me and it certainly doesn’t keep me sitting still.”
Waldo – male
Waldo’s latest update: 7-6-16
Waldo is doing much better in his foster home. He is much more relaxed, and trusting. His foster Mom thinks because of his past, it just took him time to settle in and realize there is gentleness here. No need to be defensive. So, we are hoping that someone else will give him a chance to be a loved kitty. He has discovered the screened in porch at his foster home – LOVES watching the birds, and doing some sunbathing.
4-14-16 – Where’s Waldo? Well, after what we think was a long time on his own, Waldo is safe with the Pet Adoption Network.
Waldo was found living in a wooded area, but gladly came begging at neighbors doors. He had a infected bite wound, as well as ticks ! UGH! Living wild is no place for an declawed cat. We have had no luck finding his owners. This handsome guy is feeling much better, and is ready for a new life. Waldo can be very friendly, rubbing against your leg.
If you have any questions, or would like to speak with his foster Mom, please send an email: email@example.com
Katniss – female
DOB: ~ August 2014
Katniss is generously sponsored by:
Katniss is ready for her forever home! She came to PAN with her kitten from the downtown shelter. Her kitten was adopted to his forever home and now it’s Katniss’s turn! She would do well as the only pet in the home. Although she is used to living with another cat, she flourishes on her own. She has some quirks- she loves her cardboard scratching post and naps on it all the time! She is a big fan of treats and will tap you with her paw when she wants some. She has come a long way since being turned over to us as a scared, young mama. Now she is a confident adult ready for her forever home. Katniss isn’t a fan of the adoption center so send in an application and make an appointment to come meet her at her foster home!
Lila – female
DOB: January 1, 2014
Lila is a sweet, cuddly girl AND orange. We don’t often see orange females, they are predominately males.
Jack – male
DOB: Spring 2004
Jack is an easy going, laid back senior. He was well cared for in his previous home, but because of many changes in his life, he needed to return to PAN. Yes, he was one of our kittens in 2004. We are here for him and will find him another home he can call his own.
Available for senior to senior program
Taggi – female
DOB: May 31, 2015
Taggi was born to a feral mom. She was found under the porch of two of our volunteers who took them in after mom disappeared. They bottle fed her every two hours until she could be weaned. This takes dedication, patience and, as always, the cost of a special formula made for newborn kittens. Stop down to our center and you will see the results – a robust, healthy beautiful young cat - thanks to the efforts of two dedicated volunteers – Brad and Jeanine.
Bubbles and Picnic are both female
Bubbles Darlene – DOB: Sept. 10, 2013
Picnic is generously sponsored by:
Mary Ellen Lansing
Picnic (black)- DOB: January 2013 – ADOPTED!!
Bubbles is very energetic. She loves to look out the window, play with her toys, and cuddle. She has to have her tummy rubbed at least twice day. Bubbles is also dog friendly.
Yolanda – female – Available for our Senior to Senior program
Yolanda is generously sponsored by: Julie Schwetz
Available for our Senior to Senior adoption program
What a lovely longhair black and white cat! She loves all people and pretty much other cats. She’s chatty and loves sleeping with people.
We’ve shared before how she does not like getting those furry toes into deep litter and prefers hard surfaces (never a rug!) Another piece of this is that she has a chronic colitis and does best on prednisone. She will need to see a vet twice a year to get this. The pills are small, inexpensive, and she takes them so nicely. So there, we don’t like surprises either.
Fizzles – male Senior to Senior kitty
DOB ~ October, 2010
Fizzles is generously sponsored by
Available for our Senior to Senior adoption program
Mr Fizzles is a bit reserved until he’s comfortable with his surroundings. He is good with other cats as long as they don’t try to dominate him. We think he might be OK with easy going, cat loving dogs. BTW – he LOVES those little green olives that you put in a martini ……..
Matilda Zeta – female
Date of Birth:~May 2011
Matilda is generously sponsored by:
Matilda is generously sponsored by Dedi & Peter Paris.
Her name means “Little Girl”. She loves to play, is good with young and old cats, likes to be held and will sleep on your lap. She was found starving on the city streets and is very happy to be in a warm foster home where love and food is plenty.
Tammy – female
Date of Birth: March 2006
Tammy is generously sponsored by
Available for our Senior to Senior adoption.
Tammy is also a special placement kitty: She was abandoned with her kitten at a local shelter. Her baby was adopted a long time ago & poor Tammy was left behind. A high energy kitty, Tammy needs to keep busy – she loves to chase her furry mice, runs up & down her large scratching post and has a very big appetite for such a slim girl. Tammy’s activity level is way too high for most other cats to tolerate, so she may be best as an only cat. She has been indoor only since we’ve had her, which would be our preference, but she might be happiest as an indoor/outdoor kitty if the home was in a safe location. Some might say that Tammy has a slight case of Attention Deficit Disorder – she’s just a very busy girl. Tammy does not show well at our adoption center so she does not come for regular adoption days. A special viewing can be arranged upon request. Tammy needs a very special person willing to give her a chance.
Iscee – female – senior
Date of Birth: 2004
Iscee is being generously sponsored by Julie Schwetz
Available as a Senior to Senior
Iscee is a quiet, sweet little girl. She needs a family who does not have children. Iscee loves to be pet on her back, tail, chin and belly. She can be picked up by a person who knows how to be gentle and secure. She really is a sweetheart and would be great in a house without animals who are high spirited. She does not mind my 13 year old Beagle. If given a chance Iscee would make you very happy.
Viola – female
DOB: late 2011
Viola is generously sponsored by:
Mary Ellen Lansing
Viola is a very affectionate, young adult, with stunning colors. Viola would blossom in a quiet home, a lot of noise makes her worry. She is very at home on a loving lap. She’s had to compete in her foster home for one-on-one time, and would love her own purr-son.
Black Velvet – female
DOB: Late June 2012
Black Velvet is generously sponsored by: Hisayo Thornton (from Western Australia)
Who would have thought a scrawny, stray kitten found outside would become this shiny beauty, and sports a super soft coat. She is very cat friendly, and even likes the dogs – at a bit of a distance. She takes a little time to warm up to a new person, but then … just TRY to get her off your lap! She lives with Viola.
Lindsay – female
DOB: April 24, 2012
Lindsay is sponsored in memory of
Sno Coppola and Lois Seaborn
I am very sweet and gentle, but had a very difficult start in life and I am very shy at 1st. Once I get to know you I rub and purr and will be your lifelong friend. I need a lot of time to adjust though, and need a patient person willing to give me time. I promise you will be happy you did! I would do best in a quiet household and I love to be with other cats.
Holly Sue – female
Date of Birth: 2007
Holly is generously sponsored by:
Available for our Senior to Senior program
Holly Sue is a chatty kitty, OK with dogs and laid back other cats. She would do well in a quiet environment with an experienced guardian. She is generally healthy but had been having seizures. Now she is on medication for that and has become seizure free and pretty good about taking her pills. Please ask for a private interview.
Liz Taylor – female
Liz Taylor is generously sponsored by:
“Hello fans. I know you can’t get enough of me. I am so beautiful. Today I am featuring one of my newest pieces of jewelry. Isn’t it lovely? You might be able to have your own private interview with me, all you have to do is e-mail PAN and I will do whatever I can to make your wishes come true.”
Summer – female
DOB: April 15, 2013
Summer is generously sponsored by: Deborah Stearns
Summer is one of her foster Mom’s favorites! She is always looking for an opportunity to occupy a warm lap, as pictured here. Between cuddles, she runs and plays with those fun fake fuzzy mice!
Summer is quite comfortable with cats & calm dogs. Summer is just waiting to be able to bask in the sunshine like she is doing in this picture. She would love to be able to do it in her own fur-ever home.