Carly is a 2-year-old female cat that came to the shelter as a stray. She has a beautiful medium-length coat and bright eyes. Carly loves people and is very affectionate. She doesn’t appear to be fond of dogs but may warm up to smaller or calmer canines with a proper introduction.
Didi is a 1-year-old tabby cat with beautiful swirl markings on her sides. She successfully raised her five kittens and is ready to find her own forever home. She loves to play, make biscuits with her paws, take long naps and sleep next to her foster humans.
Marvin is a 1-year-old male cat that came to the shelter as a stray. He is currently enjoying life in the catio, where he takes lots of naps in a sunny spot and socializes with his feline friends. Marvin loves people and should fit in well with any family!
Fiesta is a 1-year-old calico cat that came to the shelter as a stray. Fiesta is very fearful here at the shelter but has made progress with a few staff members and volunteers. We feel that while Fiesta is tolerant of people and able to build relationships, she may never be a social flower. …
Gabe is a super sweet black-and-white kitten, only 4 months old and full of love and snuggles.
Tangerine is a 2-month-old ginger cat who will make an excellent and affectionate companion.
Benz is a 2-year-old male cat that found himself at the shelter after his owner passed away. He is a big fella weighing in at 14 pounds, and he is very friendly with people (children included). Benz is front declawed and litterbox trained. He would prefer to be the only pet in the house.
Meet Rob. He is a 1-year-old male cat that came to the shelter as a stray. When Rob arrived back in May, shelter staff quickly realized that he did not use one of his back legs and so he was sent to the veterinarian. It was discovered that Rob’s leg had previously been broken in multiple pla…
Diane is a 1-year-old female cat that came to the shelter as a stray. She is laid back but also very affectionate. Diane seems to love everyone that she meets. She is looking for a home with a sunny spot to snooze and people who give her lots of treats and attention.
Franklin is just over 7 weeks old and 1.5 pounds. He isn’t quite ready for adoption, however, he is available to be fostered with the intent of adopting once he makes weight (2 pounds). He would prefer a cozy home to a kennel all alone at the shelter.