Category Archives: Cats

Jammie

Jammie - female

Jammie – female

DOB – May, 2019

Jammmie is a small, timid little girl. Considering she came from a colony and was seeking out to be pet she has tremendous potential for being a wonderful family member. Her person will need to understand that she needs a little understanding and patience. She might be best with a sibling kitty.

Joey

Joey - male

Joey – male

DOB: May, 2019

Joey is a gorgeous spotted brown tabby. He is brother to Jodi. He is curious and  interested in what is happening but also not a pushy kitty. He is a little shy about being picked up, but he will get over that and be a great family member.

Jodi

Jodi - male

Jodi – male

DOB: May, 2019

Jodi is a beautiful, sleek young male that will roll over for you to rub his tummy.  He is a little shy about being picked up.

Julia

Julia - female

Julia – female

DOB: 2018

I am shy at first but very sweet and loveable. A quiet, adult home would be best for me. I don’t want to share the love with another cat in the house so I would like to be the only Queen of my Castle. I just need an understanding family to give me a chance.

Lester

Lester - male

Lester – male

DOB: early 2019

Lester was a rescued stray when he came to P.A.N. He was spotted sleeping under a lawn chair for shelter. He is quite the lover boy, and so handsome! Lester is so great, you’ll NEVER be sorry you brought him home!!

Venus La Doll

Venus - female

Venus – female

DOB: 2017

Venus is generously sponsored by:
Julie Schwetz

A calm, super friendly lap cat, she was abandoned in the city like so many others.  Cat and dog friendly.

Cookie and Cream

Cookie - female

Cookie – female

DOB: May 1, 2019

Cookie and Cream are a wonderful pair of kitties looking for their own furever homes.

Cream - female

Cream – female

Tammy

Tammy - female

Tammy – female

DOB: 2018

Tammy was “put out” of the house because a resident was allergic. This is EXACTLY one of the leading causes of stray cats, especially in the city. Most stray cats are because of irresponsible people.  She didn’t run away from home, she was abandoned.
She is now living in a foster home and loving the attention. Tammy is outgoing and playful.  She’ll be a great companion for the family.

Peanut

Peanut - female

Peanut – female

DOB:  April 27, 2019

A stately lady, I get along well with other cats after a proper introduction. However, I would make a great only cat if you want me all for yourself.

Rio

Rio - female

Rio – female

DOB:  May 21, 2019

I had two siblings with the same coloring as me, but I’m the cutest. I love to play with all my foster friends, but what I really want is a home of my very own.

Precious

Precious - female

Precious – female

DOB: 2014

Precious is generously sponsored by:
Julie Schwetz

Precious is a dog in cat form.  She follows her foster mom everywhere.  Spends hours with her human and never tires of being in close proximity. She also gets along with calm dogs.  If one gets a little out of line, Precious knows how to handle herself and get her point across with a growl or hiss. She loves to spend her time watching TV with her humans and her foster dogs. She is an all around friendly kitty.

Tigey

Tigey - male

Tigey – male

DOB:

Venus is generously sponsored by:
Julie Schwetz

Tigey was found on the streets. He needs a cat savy person who understands that when he swats at your leg when you walk past, it is because he doesn’t want you to leave him. He needs the attention of someone who will give him the love he craves.

Beatrice

Bea - female

Bea – female

DOB: 2009

Beatrice is generously sponsored by:
Marie Speranza

Meet Beatrice, our newest senior girl.
She was on her way to a kill shelter, when P.A.N. agreed to take her. She had painful medical issues that had never been taken care of. Bea has had those problems addressed. She’s feeling much better now, head butting and asking for attention. She is even playing with her favorite green mouse!
She is desperate for a loving home to spend the rest of her life. She does have kidney disease, so a special diet is in order.

She really needs an angel take her in………please contact us for a meet and greet!

Jubilee

Jubilee

Jubilee

DOB:  ??

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!!

Frank

Frank - male

Frank – male

DOB: 2013

Frank is generously sponsored by
Julie Schwetz

Frank is a blue-eyed crooner. Hence his name. He is a very affectionate and vocal 5-6 year old boy. He gets along famously with his cat and dog siblings.

Frank - male

Frank – male

********** ***** ****WHAT HAPPENED??? We don’t know…we need to take him to an ophthalmologist specialist to find out why he suddenly became blind – and if there is anything to reverse this. His beautiful blue eyes are now large pupils. The problem is, a specialist is very expensive. Oh…he also needs a full dental, another expense. Sigh…poor Frank.

If you would like to help Frank, please click on the  button below: any amount will help.

When donating, please mention Frank’s name in the special instructions area.

Missy

Missy - female

Missy – female

DOB:   ~August, 2017

Missy is a young mom who was outside in the rain trying to find shelter for her 2 young kittens. Fortunately, a kind woman found the three of them and brought them to PAN. Missy is small (6 lbs), very active and loves to play. She’s looking for her forever home where she can relax and be loved.

Missy

Missy

Sterling

Sterling - grey tiger male Clementine - orange female

Sterling – grey tiger male
Clementine – orange female

DOB: ~March 2017

Sterling is generously sponsored by:
Corinne Nash

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

Clementine - female

Clementine – female

DOB: September, 2014

Clementine is generously sponsored by:
Julieana Modjeski

Clementine is a red tabby; she got her name from those little tangerines, you know the ones?  Clemmie is blind or near blind, her pupils don’t react to light at all. She’s young and was a stray, she couldn’t have lived long on the street like that, but we don’t know what happened to her. She does very well loose inside the house, works around most other cats (unless they hiss or growl at her), and finds food, water, and litter box all on her own. She won’t surf your counter! But she has to be watched around stairs.
Clemmie may have been handled roughly, or maybe she always was a feisty little thing. She likes to be petted but not picked up. She likes to be near someone, maybe she sees motion and masses or she follows the sounds of someone moving and settles nearby.
She needs a special someone in a safe setting, to let her blossom into the kitty she’s meant to be despite the challenges she’s had.

 

Vanessa

Penny - female

Vanessa – female

DOB:  2009

Vanessa is generously sponsored by:
Julieana Modjeski

Vanessa LOVES people but is not overly fond of other cats.  She would prefer to be the Queen of her own household.

Carolina

Carolina - female

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!