Category Archives: Cats


Mary - female

Mary – female

DOB: June 1, 2016

Mary was tossed out onto the street with 4 tiny newborn kittens.  She didn’t abandon them when times got tough. She took care of them until a kind person brought them all to PAN.  Mary has done an amazing job and now it is her turn to be pampered.  She deserves a loving home that won’t abandon her again.Mary2


Logan - male

Logan – male

Dob:  2015

Logan was rescued from the street, after being a stray for some time.  When he started limping, the neighbors called PAN. He’s fine after some antibiotics.  His favorite pastime is curling up on a lap.  Or, maybe eating, THEN sitting on a lap.  Being on the street has taught him to be fearful of dogs.


Abigail - female

Abigail – female – declawed

DOB: 2004


Abigail was a previous P.A.N. kitty.  She appears very shy, but oh so sweet just the same.  She will take a little time to become comfortable in a new situation.  Patience is a virtue!!  She has a few health issues, if interested in giving her a loving, and final home, we will have the foster home call you to discuss.




Georgia - female

Georgia – female – available for Senior Program

DOB:  2004

Available for our Senior Program.

Georgia is an incredibly affectionate, gentle older lady.  She was one of ours as a kitten and her current family was moving out of the area and was unable to take her with them. So here she is  – back with PAN once again, looking for a place to call home.


Floyd - male

Floyd – male – available for our Senior Program

DOB: 2005


Available for our Senior to Senior program.

His person gave him up ONLY because of serious personal health issues and was hoping for Floyd to go on and find another loving home once again. He is very good with dogs and other cats.  A very affectionate kitty.



Princess - female

Princess – female

DOB: 2006



Princess is a really handsome dark classic tabby with white bib and feet. She would be a lot of fun as an only cat. She works her treats out of a dispenser, plays, and wants attention. She clearly does not like the other cats in her foster home, therefore she would like to be the only Queen Bee in the house. She enjoys rubbing against her person and leans into having her head rubbed. Princess needs to be in a home with no young children.


Snoball - female

Snoball – female

DOB:  February 1, 2016

Snoball was mom to our beautiful white kittens and a very popular medium hair grey tabby.  Her kittens have been adopted and now it is her turn to find the perfect home for herself.Snoball1


Zena - female

Zena – female

DOB: 2013

“I have a very unusual story to tell.  I was originally living in a tent city in downtown with my homeless guardian.  I was taken to a home by a good Samaritan with the promise that I would be reunited with my lady some day. Two years later the people who took me in, found themselves homeless and I was taken to a shelter.  I am sweet, gentle and very loving.  All I want is a permanent home I can call my own.” Are you the one who will give Zena her last, forever, home?


Destiny - female

Destiny – female

DOB: July 2016

Hi, I’m Destiny! I’m curious and social, and am looking for someone who doesn’t mind being on the other end of a ribbon on a stick. I LOVE toys, and will keep myself entertained with them while you’re at work, though I much prefer my person to play with me! Though people are my favorite, I don’t mind other cats and dogs. One of my favorite activities is sitting in a window to watch birds and squirrels. I also get really excited when it’s time to eat (who doesn’t?). If you’re looking for an outgoing kitten, I’m your girl!

Destiny - female

Destiny – female


Willow - female

Willow – female

DOB: January 2015

Willow has been living outside for quite sometime. When she was trapped by a feral cat organization, they discovered just how friendly she is!  This sweet girl is ready for a new home.


Lila - female

Lila – female

DOB: January 1, 2014

Lila is generously sponsored by:
Kim Estler

Hey, Lila here….. Let me tell you a little about myself.  I was found at a local shelter, hiding under my bed and hoping no one would notice me.  Let me tell you, it’s tough to hide when you are a little “big boned” like myself!  I did get picked by the nice people here at PAN, though, and I have come a long way.  I no longer hide under my bedding and I sit on top of my bed at adoption day, and am usually happy to get a little scratch on the head.  I am very uncomfortable around other cats, dogs and young kids, though, so I would be happiest in an adult home as an only pet. (Well, OK, I guess a tank of fish would be fine – they are fun to watch).  I am working on my waistline, but it is a slow process.  I am hoping for someone willing to give me a little time and space to settle in.  I’m not the kind of cat that will accept being carried around or forced to sit on laps, but I will sit by you and and we can watch TV together.  I just need someone willing to let me be me, and not try to make me into something I’m not.  I like a peaceful home and a stable environment.  Do you think we could be friends?


Amari - female

Amari – female

DOB: 2014

“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.”


Taggie - female

Taggi – female

DOB: May 31, 2015

Taggi is generously sponsored by:
Julie Schwetz

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

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.


Fizzles – male   Senior to Senior kitty


DOB ~ October, 2010

Fizzles is generously sponsored by
Jeanne Glickert

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

Matilda Zeta – female

Date of Birth:~May 2011

Matilda is generously sponsored by:
Erica Badger

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
Sandra Wheeler

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

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.  Iscee1She 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

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

Black Velvet

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.

Holly Sue


Holly Sue – female

Date of Birth: 2007

Holly is generously sponsored by:
Douglas Parker

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 does not like to be held or moved in a carrier. Please ask for a private interview.



Liz Taylor


Liz Taylor – female

DOB:  2011

Liz Taylor is generously sponsored by:
Autumn Angielczyk


“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 Sunning 1-13                                                    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.