Mr. Crumbs is a female feral cat who lived outside for three years. The kind people who fed her thought she was a male, hence the name Mr. Crumbs.
Take home an adult cat
When people go to a shelter looking for a cat to adopt, they often look for the ‘newer models’: kittens. A lot of fantastic adult cats are often not adopted simply because they are old. This breaks our hearts because senior cats are usually the first to be put down in a shelter! If you want to adopt a cat (or two) and add some furry love to your life, read this article to learn about cat adopting tips and the pros and cons of adopting an older cat. You may not know it yet, but a mature senior cat may be a perfect match for you.
These cute cats are waiting
Rusty is a sweet-natured gentleman who was abandoned and spent 5 years on the streets before we rescued him.
I am a good boy, who may take some time to come out of my shell.
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My name is Clyde and I am the brown tiger with the white striped nose. I find it scary to be here in the shelter.
Sweet, shy, couch potato. I am a lot of kitty to love! I'm looking for a family who will help me lose some weight.
Ali is a very friendly guy who is extremely playful. He plays well with kittens and has been around dogs.
Eve is a little nervous in the unfamiliar shelter environment. She is starting to warm up, though.
I'm a energetic guy looking for a home where I have daily play time. I'm super sweet and cuddly.
Riley is a big boy, a tiger with a white mask, bib and boots. And Riley doesn't understand quite how big he is.
Buffy was a great Mom to her 5 kittens, now it's her time to be pampered and spoiled.
Hi I am Rascal Flatts. I am shy, talkative, easy going! I can go along greatly with other cats and dogs.