All of the cats featured are spayed/neutered, up to date on their shots, and microchipped
This quiet little sweetheart came to us a few months ago. She's a little shy when you first meet her, but after you give her a second to warm up to you, she is the most lovable lady!
Tina was dumped at our dumpster on Easter weekend with her brothers. Her brothers have all been adopted, but she is still here... You can normally find her in the big room, on the windowsill by the door. She is about 3 years old and is a little shy, but she is a sweetheart!
This 6 year old plus-size beauty is your girl next door. She is gentle, affectionate and will chat with nearly anyone! Rachel is looking for a new best friend to gossip and snack with, is it you?
Precious has lived at our shelter for most of her life. She came to us when she was about 6 months old and pregnant. She delivered her kittens here with us, and while they all moved on and found there homes, Precious has been patiently waiting for hers. She would do best as an only cat and would LOVE all the attention you can give her!
You may notice a slight drawl in this gals accent, and that is because she is from Kentucky! She meows in a Southern Accent. Her owners drove all the way to our shelter to make sure Dori was placed in a cage less, no-kill shelter. She was incredibly shy when she 1st arrived, but now she is the SWEETEST girl EVER. She is so loving, and she gets along well with other cats. She is approximately 7 years old, and is looking for a family to spend her golden years with. Is it yours?
You may notice Cano rolls his R's when he asks for a treat, and that is because his 1st language is Spanish! Cano was surrendered to us by his loving family after they were no longer able to care for him. This señior is a senior kitty, and is looking for a loving home to spend his golden years in. Is it yours?
Special Needs Cats
All of the cats featured have special needs, and will only be adopted
out to homes that can meet their unique medical needs and where
they will be the only cat in the home
You can read about FIV+ cat care here
You can read about caring for cats with Feline Leukemia here
This fluffy feline also happens to be FIV+. That doesn't stop her from wanting ALL of the love and attention. She also has a heart issue that is easily managed by sprinkling salt with potassium on her wet food. Talk to one of our staff members if you would like more information on Lulu's health issues.
Oh Carter. This sweet boy was surrendered to us when his owner could no longer afford to keep him due to his Feline Leukemia. He is approximately 9 years old, and is the BIGGEST lovebug. If you are interested in Carter, please talk to one of our staff members to learn more about his condition.
Just listen to that purr! Lovebug Cole is about 1 year old. He was found on the streets, and when his rescuers found out that he has both Feline Leukemia AND is FIV+ they searched out a no-kill shelter and asked us if we would care for him. How could we say no? If you would like to learn more about Cole, please reach out to one of our staff members!
You cannot miss our Miss Shelly-Belly! As the most outgoing and affectionate cat out of our Leukemia bunch, she will make sure she gets your attention. Shelly is about 9 years old, and has been with us since a vets office out of Chicago called us in 2015 and asked us to take her in. Shelly has been loving on us since then. If you need some of her loving in your life, contact one of our team members to get more information about her care!