Cats Available for Adoption

Below is a small listing of the many cats we have for adoption.

Torino (Born: June 12/20) Torino is the last of his family to find a home. Can he hunt mice? No. Can he tell you when his food dish is perilously close to being empty? He sure can! And he doubles wonderfully as a weighted blanket.
Tchaikovsky & Debussy (Born: August 22/21) Tchaikovsky & Debussy are the typical brothers who sometimes annoy each other but mostly enjoy having grand adventures together. I’m not saying these two are bonded and have to together but they will need another cat around to keep them busy as they are active, curious kittens when they’re not looking for cuddles.
Schumann (Born: August 22/21) Schumann’s big eyes take in everything. A lot of the times she runs from things she doesn’t understand but she makes up for it by clearing the bed of blanket monsters.
Aretha Aretha here WAS a little more wild rather than feral. She had had her kittens in a construction site that was in a quiet community. She knew people had food but she really wanted nothing to do with them other than that. However, she was not in a safe situation so we trapped her and brought her and her kittens to foster. Her kittens grew up and Aretha has been spayed but she is still shy around people. She likes her safe space and sitting in the sunshine and when you take the time to get to know her, her purr is golden.
Brad Brad was surrendered to the Humane Society in 2018. That means that he’s been here for 4 whole years! Why? Because Brad is shy. Because Brad takes time to get to know you before he gives you his sweet cuddles face. Brad needs you to be patient and understand that getting to know him might take a minute, but it’s totally worth it.
Murphy Murphy is a loner. I think he’s a loner because he doesn’t like to share but he says he just likes things the way he likes them and other animals just kind of mess that up. He’s 6, so he is a little bit of a gentlemen rather than one of those punk kittens, and he has a ton of love and life left to give yet. After all, 6 in cat years is only 40 in people years and I don’t know if you’ve ever told a 40 yr old that they were practically ancient but I wouldn’t suggest it (unless you had an escape route). Anyways, Murphy is a great, big cat in all sorts of ways and needs someone who’ll motivate him to move and love him for who he is.