Adults Available for Adoption

To begin the adoption process, please click on our on line adoption form, fill out form completely and submit to us. Once we receive your form we will process and contact you for a visit and will email directions.  Our adoption fees start at $110.00 for adults up to 5 years, $85.00 for adults over 5 years, $135.00 for kittens up to 1 year and only $5.00 for cats 9 years and older. Payment is by check or cash only.

All of our cats are spayed/neutered, FeLV/FIV tested, have been given distemper shots, have been wormed, are flea free (we use Advantage), ears are examined and treated if necessary and if older than 3 months are given rabies shot.

Disclaimer:  We sometimes enter the wrong name or sex for a cat.  With so many kitties, even the volunteers get confused.  But the pictures don't lie.  If you see a kitty you like, please contact us ASAP.

Kittens      Special Needs             Pure Bred

Aspen - female - 3 years
I've been here since December, 2016
Hello everyone, I'm Aspen. I am a sweet girl who is usually pretty shy. I won't be the first kitty in the room to approach you looking for attention but don't get my wrong, I do enjoy a good petting. If you approach me slowly and talk softly to me then you will soon gain my trust. I'm just a timid kitty who is looking for a chance at a forever home with someone who understands that some cats take a bit of extra patience and TLC- if you give me some love and understanding you'll have a furry friend for life!












Donation Fee: $125.00

Bon Bon - female - 5 years
I've been here since December, 2016
Hi there, I'm Bon Bon. I am a very sweet girl who can be pretty timid in new situations. If you come to the shelter on adoption day you may have to look in some of the cubbies to fine me but if you do I promise it will be worth it. I am a gentle shy girl who enjoys being petted very much. I would love to find a nice quiet forever home where I can relax all day with my human companion, snuggling up on the couch on a cold winter day or watching the critters out a sunny window. If you're looking to give a loving, but sometimes shy kitty a chance at a forever home then look no further- I'm the gal for you.
















Donation Fee: $125.00


Carmen - female - 1 year
Calico
Carlita - female - 10 months
Persian Mix
FeLV+ (both)
We've been here since February, 2017
** SPECIAL NEEDS: FeLV+ **
WE ARE HOUSED SEPERATELY FROM THE REGULAR POPULATION AT THE SHELTER

Hello, we are Carmen and Carlita! Shortly after arriving at the shelter it was determined that we were both FeLV+ (positive for feline leukemia). Feline Leukemia is a retrovirus, similar to AIDS in humans, that is species specific- meaning it cannot be transferred to humans and other non-feline animals. It is important that we go to a home with no other kitties, current or incoming, as FeLV is contagious to other cats through bodily fluids. Many people think FeLV cats are sick and dying and have no quality of life but the reality is that felines who are positive for the virus can remain healthy for months or years after their diagnosis. Some cats can live to be 10 to 15 years old if they are diagnosed as an adult. Unfortunately the virus can be harder on kittens than adults as most kittens succumb to the disease before their second birthday. Even though the virus can be harsh on kittens, this does not mean their lives are without worth. Whatever length their life ends up being, their time can be joy-filled. With an FeLV+ kitty additional veterinary care may be required since the virus weakens a cat's immune system, making them more susceptible to illnesses. The donation fee that is being asked for me is solely to cover the cost of our spay surgery and vet care that was done while at the shelter. We love each other very much so it is important that we go to a home with room for two wonderful kitties.  If you are looking to open your home and heart up to give two sweet kitties a good, fulfilled life then look no further- here we are! ... Below is some more information about FeLV+ kitties:

http://kittydreams.typepad.com/house-of-dreams/feline-leukemia-positive-cats/

http://bestfriends.org/stories-blog-videos/latest-news/feline-leukemia-misconceptions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donation Fee:  TBA...    $135.00     (for both)       **COMING SOON**


Clara - female - 1 year
I've been here since October, 2016
I came to the shelter with my kittens after living outside for some time as a stray kitty. I may have been a stray but I'm not totally feral. I like to be petted but sometimes it takes some time for you to earn my trust. Iím in love with Mignon and you can see us snuggling with each other and I put my arm over him so he knows heís safe.  If you canít adopt Mignon, please have a friendly kitty to be my pal. My best fit would be a home with time to spend giving me extra TLC so I can continue my progress with becoming more trusting of people. Could that be you? 








Donation Fee: $125.00

Dakota - female - 1Ĺ years
I've been here since March, 2015
Hello, my name is Dakota. I arrived at the shelter after being rescued from a life on the streets as a feral kitten. I am truly a feral cat as I do not trust people and prefer not to be petted or picked up but I'm by no means an aggressive kitty. I typically do get along with other kitties extremely well though. The best fit for me would be a big old farmhouse  where I can chase mice and other critters as your indoor exterminator. I am a sweet cat to the core but am just misunderstood as I prefer to be left on my own. If you're a looking for a pal to your kitty, an exterminator that will stay out of your way, or really just to save the life of a feline looking for a second chance then I'm the kitty for you.







Donation Fee: $125.00

Hoover - male - 15 years
I've been here since July, 2013
2013 had not been a good year for me. My beloved guardian passed away and I sure do miss her. I was taken care of by a friend of her until the shelter could take me in with my buddy, Jasper, but now he's in foster care with the possibility of being adopted. I was very overweight when I arrived but I have lost weight since then. All I want to do is spend my golden years in a home not a shelter ( although this is one of the better ones). As you can see, my adoption fee if very low because it's more important for me to be in a home and I'd make a great companion for someone looking for a laid back senior cat. I have recently been diagnosed with diabetes and am being treated with insulin twice daily. If you come and adopt me, it sure would put purrs back in my life.






** PLEASE HELP THIS KITTY OUT BY BECOMING A SPONSOR :) **

Donation Fee: $85.00

**$5.00 Seniors for Seniors Program for those who Qualify**

Jasper - male - 3 years
I've been here since February, 2017
Hello, I'm Jasper. I am a big, handsome boy who is looking for a loving forever home to call my own. I'm very sweet and enjoy being petted and getting attention. Treats are a pretty quick way to my heart too! I would really love having someone to snuggle up with on the couch to a good movie on a cold winter day, or watching the critters play outside from a sunny window. If you're looking to give a laid back kitty like me a home then please do pay me a visit on adoption day, I promise you will fall in love!














Donation Fee: $125.00

Jiffy - female - 1 year
I've been here since April, 2016
Hello, my name's Jiffy. I came to the shelter after being found outside as a stray kitty. I am a truly a feral cat who is not very trusting of people. The best fit for me would be in a nice heated barn where I can spend my days chasing mice and keeping all the critters out. I hope to find somewhere to call my home soon, can you help me?









Donation Fee: $125.00


Kalb - female - 1 year
Kalb #1 - female - 6 months
FeLV+
We've been here since November, 2016
** SPECIAL NEEDS: FeLV+ **
WE ARE HOUSED SEPERATELY FROM THE REGULAR POPULATION AT THE SHELTER

Hi there, we are Kalb and Kalb #1. We arrived at the shelter together as mother and nursing kitten. Shortly after arriving here it was determined that Kalb #1 was FeLV+ (positive for feline leukemia) and that her mother Kalb, although coming up negative on the blood test for FeLV, was likely a carrier of feline leukemia. Feline Leukemia is a retrovirus, similar to AIDS in humans, that is species specific- meaning it cannot be transferred to humans and other non-feline animals. It is important that we go to a home with no other kitties, current or incoming, as FeLV is contagious to other cats through bodily fluids. Many people think FeLV cats are sick and dying and have no quality of life but the reality is that felines who are positive for the virus can remain healthy for months or years after their diagnosis. Some cats can live to be 10 to 15 years old if they are diagnosed as an adult. Unfortunately the virus can be harder on kittens than adults as most kittens succumb to the disease before their second birthday. Even though the virus can be harsh on kittens, this does not mean their lives are without worth. Whatever length their life ends up being, their time can be joy-filled. With an FeLV+ kitty additional veterinary care may be required since the virus weakens a cat's immune system, making them more susceptible to illnesses. The donation fee that is being asked for us is solely to cover the cost of our spay surgeries done while at the shelter. If you are looking to open your home and heart up to give two wonderful kitties a good, fulfilled life then look no further- we're the gals for you! ... Below is some more information about FeLV+ kitties:

http://kittydreams.typepad.com/house-of-dreams/feline-leukemia-positive-cats/

http://bestfriends.org/stories-blog-videos/latest-news/feline-leukemia-misconceptions





**WE ARE BONDED AND MUST GO HOME TOGETHER**















Donation Fee: $135.00 (for the pair)

Manny - male - 3-5 years
Silver Bullseye Tabby Mix
I've been here since January, 2017
Hi, I'm Manny. I am truly a feral kitty. A kind man brought me here to the shelter after I had been living outside my whole life. As I had never had much contact at all with humans before coming here I am very fearful of them. The best situation for me would be in an enclosed heated barn with a pal where we can just be kitties- catching mice all night and snuggling up together for our cat naps during the day. I hope to find my forever home soon, can you help me?








Donation Fee: $125.00

Mercury - male - 2 years
I've been here since April, 2016
Hello, my name's Mercury. I came to the shelter after being found outside as a stray. I am a feral cat who is not trusting of people. Some of the volunteers have gained my trust enough to sneak a petting in so with lots of patience and TLC you may gain my trust. The best fit for me would be in a nice heated barn where I can spend my days chasing mice and keeping all the critters out. I hope to find somewhere to call my home soon, can you help me?













Donation Fee: $125.00

Mignon - female - 5 years
I've been here since January, 2017
Hello, I'm Mignon. Before coming to the shelter I spent some time on the streets but I must say the stray life is not for me. I am considered to be pretty feral so although the medical volunteers are able to pick me up and do what is necessary, I would prefer not to be picked up and petted. My best fit would be a nice heated barn to live out my days with a kitty pal- us feral felines typically love the company of other kitties. If you are looking to save a life and give a couple feral kitties another chance at a life, then please consider adopting me and a pal. Hope to see you soon!












Donation Fee: $125.00

Poppy - female - 2Ĺ years
I've been here since January, 2017
Hi, my name is Poppy. I came to the shelter as a young feral cat and was soon adopted into a great situation where some of my feline friends and I had free range of a heated barn where we spent our days catching critters. Unfortunately after some time in my new home my owners began to notice I was having some dental issues so here I am, back at the shelter. My dental issues were solved with a full mouth extraction, and though I am very comfortable now I cannot go back to the home that I was in. I am pretty feral so I prefer not to be picked up and held but I am not an aggressive kitty, just much prefer to be left alone with my kitty pals. I'm hoping that someone can find it in their heart to take in a sweet kitty who just wants to live out the rest of her years in a nice warm environment with some furry friends. 






Donation Fee: $125.00

Ruby - female - 3 years
I've been here since July, 2015

Everyone already knows that Iíve been here for almost 2 years, had 4 kittens that found homes and Iím still looking for one.  Yeah, Iíd like to be a queen in a cat savvy home, but I think I could tolerate a young male cat that is passive.  My story is best summed up from the chorus of ďThe GamblerĒ by Kenny Rogers:

            You gotta know when to hold me,

            Know when to scold me.

            Know when to pet my fur,

            Know when to run.

            You never rub my tummy when Iím sittiní at the table,

            Theyíll be time enough for tummies when the day is done.

If you think I would fit well into your home, please come see me.  There is a very sweet side to me waiting to blossom in my new home.











Donation Fee: $125.00     

Shadow - female - 10+ years
Angora Mix
I've been here since November, 2016
Hello, I'm Shadow. Before coming to the shelter I spent many years on the street but I must say I'm getting too old for the stray life. I am feral so although the medical volunteers are able to pick me up and do what is necessary, I would prefer not to be picked up and petted. My best fit would be a nice heated barn to live out my days with a kitty pal- us feral felines typically love the company of other kitties. If you are looking to save a life and give an old girl like me a chance at a good life in my final years then please consider adopting me. Hope to see you soon!







 Donation Fee: $85.00

**$5.00 Seniors for Seniors Program for those who Qualify**

Shamrock - male - 6 years
I've been here since April, 2016

Yup, Iím another ďCome See MeĒ cat that you will have to seek out.  Iím a very gentle boy and I love to be petted.  There are too many cats in the room for my liking but I keep to myself and avoid any fights.  When I see familiar faces (that would be the volunteers), I happily let them give me attention.  However, it would be even better if I could have attention ALL the time.  It would be best for me to go to a home without young children.  All the running around could scare me.  So if you have a quiet home and are cat savvy person, please consider adopting me.













Donation Fee: $125.00

Simmi - female - 1 year
Bullseye Tabby
I've been here since February, 2017
Hello, my name is Simmi and I have recently arrived at the shelter. I am a sweet girl who can be a bit timid in new situations and would love to find my forever home. I would do well in a home with another kitty but I would also be fine on my own. I hope that you will visit me soon!












Donation Fee: $160.00

Spooky - male - 1 year
I've been here since November, 2016

My name might be scary but Iím not.  Sure, I like to hide in cubbies or in a bed but if you find me, then I have a nice surprise for you.  The surprise is that Iíll let you hold me for quite a while.  Also, my green eyes look stunning with my fur.  Ok, so Iím a come-see-me cat which means youíll have to find me.  If you have a friendly cat looking for a friend then I bet I can blossom in your home and become one of your favorite cats.  Iím not aggressive and if Iím scared, Iíll hide so donít worry that Iíll chase your other cat, that wonít happen.  Please give me a chance to be a part of your family soon.









Donation Fee: $125.00

Tattione - female - 1Ĺ years
I've been here since February, 2017
Hello, I'm Tattione. I am a sweet girl who is quite timid. I am not very trusting of people but am learning to be more at ease and let the volunteers pet me- sometimes I even let a purr slip out when I am enjoying myself. I am still settling in and getting to know everyone so check back soon for more about me.







Donation Fee: $200.00


Thaddeus - male - 1 year
Angora/Russian Blue Mix
FeLV +
I've been here since February, 2017
** SPECIAL NEEDS: FeLV+ **
WE ARE HOUSED SEPERATELY FROM THE REGULAR POPULATION AT THE SHELTER

Hello, my name is Thaddeus, but you can call me Thad for short! Shortly after arriving at the shelter it was determined that I was FeLV+ (positive for feline leukemia). Feline Leukemia is a retrovirus, similar to AIDS in humans, that is species specific- meaning it cannot be transferred to humans and other non-feline animals. It is important that we go to a home with no other kitties, current or incoming, as FeLV is contagious to other cats through bodily fluids. Many people think FeLV cats are sick and dying and have no quality of life but the reality is that felines who are positive for the virus can remain healthy for months or years after their diagnosis. Some cats can live to be 10 to 15 years old if they are diagnosed as an adult. Unfortunately the virus can be harder on kittens than adults as most kittens succumb to the disease before their second birthday. Even though the virus can be harsh on kittens, this does not mean their lives are without worth. Whatever length their life ends up being, their time can be joy-filled. With an FeLV+ kitty additional veterinary care may be required since the virus weakens a cat's immune system, making them more susceptible to illnesses. The donation fee that is being asked for me is solely to cover the cost of my neuter surgery and vet care that was done while at the shelter. If you are looking to open your home and heart up to give a big handsome boy with a tender heart a fulfilled life then look no further- here I am! ... Below is some more information about FeLV+ kitties:

http://kittydreams.typepad.com/house-of-dreams/feline-leukemia-positive-cats/

http://bestfriends.org/stories-blog-videos/latest-news/feline-leukemia-misconceptions

 

 

 

 

 

Donation Fee: $135.00      **COMING SOON**

     
 

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