Matthew – male
Matt is a handsome guy that needs a special home. He’s not the warm and fuzzy type, but he does like to be close. He was rescued in very poor condition, so we know he was on his own for a long time. A screened porch or catio would be awesome. We think he’s love being an only child.
Buddy – male
Hi, I am Buddy. I was rescued from my foster mothers porch where she’s been feeding me. I turned out to be friendly, and can’t get enough petting and belly rubs. Hence the name Buddy. Now I’m ready for my forever home. Is it with you?
Merlin – male
If you are looking for non-stop love and attention, Merlin is your guy! Merlin was found very skinny and living on the city streets, scared and alone. But since he has been in a caring foster home, Merlin shows his gratitude by showering everyone he sees with cuddly affection. Merlin loves to talk, and will roll over on his back for some extra tummy rubs! Please come meet him, you won’t be disappointed.
Update: On 07/20/20 during a routine vet visit, Merlin was diagnosed with Feline Leukemia, a contagious disease that can be transmitted to other cats (but not to people or other animals). It is possible for cats with FeLV to fight off the infection completely, and to live for prolonged periods of time without any symptoms. With that said, although Merlin is happy and healthy at this time, his future is unknown. But he is just as sweet and lovable as ever! If you have room in your home and heart for this special guy, please arrange to meet him. Again, you won’t be disappointed!”
Lily – female
DOB: Late 2019
This big kitten is the sweetest most loving girl. Even the vet says that she is special. Lily never gets tired of pets. In fact, try to hide your hands and she’ll start to lean and rub all over you. If she has good play times between naps, she’ll snuggle right up to you in whatever way she can. Lily is a wonderful companion with a big and loving personality.
Clarice – female
DOB: June 16, 2017
I’m a tiny little gal, a bit on the shy side but I really would like you to pet me. I like other cats but I haven’t been near a dog so don’t know if I would like them or not….probably not.
Madeline – female
Madeline was another kitty found living on the street. There are 1000′s abandoned in our city.
Maddy is the sweetest, busiest and playful girl we know! She would probably LOVE being the only kitty in the house. She wants ALL the attention!
Jubilee – female
UPDATE: DUE TO HEALTH CONCERNS, HER FOSTER MOM THINKS SHE SHOULD STAY WITH HER.
Say “Hello” to Jubilee. Pet Adoption Network’s 3000th rescue cat!! She was one of many cats living outside an abandoned house with no shelter or food, possibly waiting for someone to return. Her ears are frostbitten and are still healing.
She needs a little confidence building but loves belly rubs and lots of attention. She is SO happy with her snuggly cat bed and a full food dish!
A generous donation was made to Jubilee’s care from Beth MacVittie in memory of Elliott MacVittie
Can you help us with her vet bills by clicking the donate button below? Be sure to mention it is for “Jubilee”. Please and Thank You!!
Sterling – grey tiger male
Clementine – orange female
DOB: ~March 2017
Sterling is generously sponsored by:
Sterling came from a strange situation where he was old enough to make socializing to humans iffy, yet there was no place to release him in familiar territory with support. So we tried. But he’s become less trusting, harder to handle, in short untouchable.
He really likes other cats though, especially if they’re gray like him. We’re thinking a barn placement would suit him and free up the foster home for some cat that wants to be touched. Would you know of such a thing?
Clementine – female
DOB: September, 2014
Clementine is generously sponsored by:
SPECIAL PLACEMENT KITTY
Clemmie is blind or nearly so. The problem in not in the retina or corneas, but in her brain.
She navigates the house; food, water, litter boxes, other cats, even stairs. She’s tidy and won’t surf the counters.
Sometimes she likes to be petted a little, just around her head.
She does not like to be picked up.
She may not have been socialized prior to becoming blind, or it may be from a traumatic brain injury, but if surprised, she’s been known to bite or scratch ankles. Ouch. She should never be around children.
It’s a challenging situation and anyone interested can contact us for a special interview in the foster home.
Carolina – female
DOB: mid 2015
Carolina is generously sponsored by:
Lois Miner Huey
Carolina has grown into the most gorgeous cat, and she keeps her fur in order herself. She can display a little attitude with some other cats, but we’ve found that some space of her own, part of the time, goes a long way toward reducing that. In fact, a home where she was the only would be perfect!