Sweet and loving Howard is ready to come home with you. This laid-back fellow has earned the nickname "huggy" from his foster mom.
Jasper is sure to win you over... If not with his playfulness, than with his cuddles once he is worn out from play. Good with other cats, children, and gentle dogs.
This handsome character is Lloyd. Following a terrible ear infection as a young kitten, he has some facial paralysis. His head is always slightly tilted to the side as if he asked a question. His question today is, "Will you adopt me?"
Christian enjoys his quiet time in the window. He comes around for occasional people-snuggles, but is content to play with toys and hang out either by himself or with his kitten friends.
This little girl is ready to be spoiled! Ebony is part of a litter of 5 and has not had a single moment to herself her entire life! She is a good-natured kitten who would make a wonderful family pet.
Don't miss out on having a wonderful pet by overlooking the black cats! Midnight is a great companion. He is playful and does well with other cats and friendly dogs.
A chocolate lover's dream... Carmine is a beautiful espresso color. He is regal, graceful and mild-mannered. Carmine does well with other cats and warms up to attention quickly.
Harriett is independent and playful. She is friendly, but wants her own space. Besides, how can she miss you if you never leave? She does well with other cats and gentle dogs.
Posie is a curious young lady who loves to explore. Her arms will wave about to catch you for some attention if you dare pass by her without a little scratch or pet.
Smokey is a playful kid with short legs and round belly. He loves to be pet and cuddled though he isn't assertive enough to push the other kitties out of the way to get attention. He would do well in a quieter home.
Melanie is a gentle kitten who can be found on the sidelines attentively observing. Because she is so agreeable she would do well with other cats or gentle dogs.
Alvin spent many a day in time out for being too rough with other kittens; now he is just a jolly lovebug who does well with other cats and humans. He is a good-looking orange tabby - will make someone a great pet.
Fonzie is a love bug that is ready to explore! He came from a litter of 6 - so he is used to having other kittens to play with. He would do well to be adopted with a sibling.
This boy is all kitten - playful, curious and fearless. Lenny would do well with children who are looking for a playmate and friend. He would do best with another kitten around to help burn off his bottomless energy.
Cory is gentle and unassuming. He enjoys lounging around although he desperately wants to catch that little ball that goes round and round in his toy. He would do well in a quiet home - interacts well with other cats.
Let this sweet calico light up your life with her friendly personality. Laverne is playful and would do best with another kitten for a playmate.
Rocket is a high-energy kid who is very lovable. He does well with other cats and gentle dogs. He enjoys playing with kids and would be a family-friendly pet.
Confident and Fun. Eleanor is usually at the front of the line - she is ready for whatever comes next - whether it is cuddles or mischief. Eleanor is good with other cats, gentle dogs, and children.
Bingo is a handsome gray tabby. He has a limp from a previous broken arm when very young; this doesn't seem to slow him down at all. His foster family says that he does well with the other cats, dog, and kids.
John Jacob is playful and cuddly. He does well with other cats and has been around dogs also.
Squiggy enjoys playing with the other kittens. He is wise, handsome and gentle. He responds to pets with a gigantic purr. Squiggy is ready to be at home with you.
Luke is a high-energy guy... some of the time. He likes to explore and play, jump and run. But then sometimes he is just a big, lovable baby. He would do well in a family with kids who are wanting a playmate and friend.
If you have never owned your very own miniature panther, here is your chance! Vada is an independent and confident young lady. She enjoys watching out windows and would love to come keep your home mice-free!
Castrol suffered burns as a kitten after being found in an engine compartment - she is missing the tip of her left ear as a result. She is strong-willed and eager for attention. Take her home and you will have a couch buddy for sure.
Bandit is a playful and curious kitten. He is ready to be part of a family and start exploring new places and laps. Bandit does well with children and other cats.
Kevin is good-natured and eager to please. Whether getting shots, having nails trimmed, or getting treats, Kevin is well-behaved. "Why can't you be more like Kevin?" should be a saying around here.
Justin loves people. He enjoys playing with other cats, but pushes them out of the way to run toward his caregivers. He is gentle and sweet. Does well with kids, other cats, and dogs.
Bert and his brother, Ernie, could be described as "two wild and crazy guys". They are high-energy, playful, and attention-seeking. The more attention and play that they receive during the day will directly equate the amount of rest you will have at night. They would do well to be adopted together and would be great with kids.
This mischievous girl is frequently plotting her next adventure. Princess Penguin enjoys being in the highest point in her home - this may involve climbing curtains and knocking things off the wall, but surprisingly she get there. She would be great to ensure a mouse-free home, but could make a mess during the chase.
Silas loves to hang out with his foster mom. He stays on or near her most of the day when she is home. He isn't a fan of lots of noise or strangers, so he would be best suited for a home without kids. Silas is sort of a "one-woman man" - he would make a good companion cat for an individual in a quiet home.
Leia is a beautiful torbie. She is playful and curious. Leia is a natural explorer. She is independent and wouldn't mind an owner that works longer hours. She doesn't like to feel smothered in a relationship.
If a cat could roll his eyes, Ulysses would. He is unlikely to do what you want him to do. He just does what he wants... and often gets a little rough when playing. Maybe it is a phase he is going through. Or maybe he is just a jerk. Either way, he needs a home. He can't stay here!
Soft, cuddly, playful, silly, wonderful, and nibbly (ouch!) Shiloh! This guy is a world of fun and the cuddles are endless. Shiloh would make a great addition to a family with kids. He would do well to be adopted with another cat since he loves to play.
This lovely dilute calico is looking for a quiet home with no children or dogs. Prissy is easily startled by noises and takes her sweet time to warm up to people. But, if you are just patient enough you will end up with a gentle and sweet cat that will love you more than anything in the world!
Lizzie Love is looking for an adult-only home. She is a loving and beautiful lap cat who is startled by strangers or loud noises. Lizzie Love will be a well-kept secret since she will stay hidden when company comes over.
Ernie is a high-energy cat. He does enjoy cuddles and being around people, but would do best with another cat to play some energy off.
Primrose has some cerebellar damage from a kitten illness that causes her to have poor control over her back legs when she walks. This doesn't cause her any pain and her "wonky" walk is somewhat endearing. She is a sweet and playful kitten.
This beautiful, buff tabby loves to play and explore. She is more independent than cuddly, but still likes to be with her humans at the end of the day. She is frightened of loud noises, would do best with older children or adult-only homes.
Rachel looks like she is always smiling. This tabby is a people-person. She is family-friendly and outgoing. Rachel enjoys playing with toys and other cats. She is always up for some lap and cuddle time. Sometimes she gets too eager for this cuddle time and starts to climb her foster mom's pant leg (ouch!). But she promises to stop doing that if you adopt her.
Mr. O has recently come to the decision that he wants to be a lap cat. The volunteers are having trouble getting their work done for the long naps that he wants to take on them. He will make a great companion cat for the right person.
As her name suggests, Precious is precious. She is loving and wants to be the center of someone's world. Precious has never met a stranger. She does well with children and other cats.
This beautiful tortoiseshell girl is sweet and lovable. Maizy enjoys cuddles and being held. She does best in quiet environments - gets along well with other cats and gentle dogs.
Dottie is a great mix of an independent, no-nonsense cat and a cuddle-monkey. She would do best in an adult-only home. She enjoys sun-bathing and bird-watching. She is an excellent listener, but terrible with keeping secrets.
Quinn is an independent and loving cat. She would do well as an only-pet or with other cats who aren't too clingy. Quinn prefers an adult-only home and is a good mouser.
Calm and gentle Gracie is ready for her forever home. She is a dusty shade of gray; silver in some areas. She likes looking out windows and lazy days home with her humans.
Galaxy is a 6-year old, front-declawed female. She is looking for a quiet home where she can be an only cat. Galaxy is extremely timid around other cats and dogs, but loving toward humans.
Scully is shy and gentle. She is vocal when it comes to feeding time and promises to keep you on a strict feeding schedule. She isn't much for sitting on laps or being held, but she doesn't turn down a good head scratching. She would be a good cat for someone who wants their own space.
Lara Croft is a soft black cat around 2 years old. She loves to be around her foster mom and tries to help with household chores - laundry folding is her favorite! She is not a big fan of dogs.
Nala is almost 2 years old. Still young, but not playful and mischievous like most kittens. She is a beautiful, medium-haried orange tabby. She takes a while to warm up to other animals, but does well around kids.
Ethel is looking for a hero. She was living outdoors and came to us through our TNR program. Ethel was found to be blind in one eye, covered in scabs and scars, and had a bad infection. Because of this it was determined that she was not safe to be released back to the outdoors. Turns out she isn't feral at all! This sweet lady was probably a housecat at one time that somehow was left to fend for herself alongside cats with much better survival skills than her. Lucky for Ethel, she is healthy and safe now, waiting to find her forever home.