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Duke

Duke

Duke is a very friendly boy. He purrs, and flirts, and wants nothing more than to be with people.  He is refined and dignified...until the toys come out!  Then the wild man appears - he plays with the exuberance of a small kitten!  And, when the toys go away, he returns to being refined and dignified.  Duke was abandoned and spent some time on the street until he was spotted in a managed feral colony.  He clearly did NOT belong there!  He is so grateful to be back inside where the beds are soft and warm, and the food is regular!

We learned that Duke used to have a brother, but he disappeared when they were out on the street. Sweet Fantasia lost her sister and was lonely, so we thought...why not?  We introduced them and they've become fast friends and want to be adopted together.


White cats who live outside can be prone to skin cancer, especially on the ear tips.  To prevent that, he had some sun damaged skin trimmed from ear tips so his ears are nice and round - just like a panda bear.  All the damage was removed so, as long as he lives inside, there should be no future trouble.

Duke and Fantasia are waiting for their forever home together - do you have room in your home and heart for these delightful seniors? 


Fantasia

Fantasia

Fantasia is a sweet-heart!  She and her late sister were surrendered when their owner lost her place.  They were adopted, but then that home had a divorce and they were homeless again.  They were fine while they waited because they had each other.  But just before Christmas, her sister died after a brief illness and Fantasia has been sad and lonely since.

She has a sweet heart-shaped face, a nice round body, and bunny-soft fur.  She loves to snuggle and and she will hold a conversation with you with her sweet chirp.  She's very calm and polite, perfect litterbox manners, and doesn't jump on counters.  In short - a perfect companion! All she asks is for a lap to snuggle in and space in your bed to sleep with you at night.  And no dogs please!  She's not too fond of them.

We tried adopting her as an only cat and she was very unhappy.  After living her whole life with her late sister, she needs a companion.  We introduced her to Duke and they have become great friends and would love to spend the rest of their lives together. She lived in/out in her early life, but picked up FIV so she needs to stay inside only now.  FIV does not require any special treatment beyond nutritious food and protection from outside threats.  FIV+ cats can and do have a normal life expectancy.

Fantasia and Duke are waiting for their forever home together - do you have room in your home and heart for these delightful seniors?


Handsome

Handsome

Handsome, and his mother, Precious, were adopted from a local shelter when Handsome was a kitten and his mother barely out of kittenhood herself.  Then, their people decided to get a dog and, sadly,  the kitties were banished to fend for themselves outside.  Two kind-hearted people intervened and the owners agreed to surrender the cats.

Handsome and Precious would love to be adopted together, but Handsome has grown into a confident, friendly boy and could be adopted by himself.  He is pretty laid-back, loves to sleep in the sun, loves to be petted and cuddled, and will sleep with you on your bed if allowed.  After the traumatic dismissal from his home, he's no fan of dogs.

While he and his mother, have thrived in their foster home, Handsome, in particular, is longing for his own person.  Is that person you?


Nigel

Nigel

My brother, Winston, and my sister, Tinkerbelle, and I were found as abandoned newborn kittens.  A very nice lady raised us by bottle-feeding us every 2 hours in the beginning.  She loved us, but sadly, she had cancer and we couldn't stay with her.

My sister went off on her own and found a new family with a "big sister" kitty and she is very happy.  Winston and I would like to stay together.  Besides, two formal-looking kitties, with decidedly not-formal personalities - wouldn't we make a nice addition to your home?

Winston is named for Winston Churchill, and he's quite vocal.  I'm quieter, but both of us love to cuddle and my purr is every bit as loud as my brother's.  We're grown up cats, and we know how to behave.  But, because we grew up together, we still act like kittens when we play.  We'll bring a lot of love and a lot of laughs to your home.  Wouldn't you love to meet us?


Precious

Precious

Precious, and her son, Handsome, were adopted from a local shelter when Handsome was a kitten and Precious barely out of kittenhood herself.  Then, their people decided to get a dog and, sadly,  the kitties were banished to live outside.  A kind-hearted person intervened and the owners agreed to surrender the cats.

These beautiful, affectionate kitties are looking for people who want all the love they have to give.

Although they are mother and son, they are both so young they are also best friends.  They want to be together, and after all they've been through - they deserve to be.  They love to cuddle and play together, as well as play with their toys. They are very good about using the litterbox.  While they have learned to survive outside, we want them to thrive in an indoor home that will give them the love and attention they so desperately want.


Susie

Susie

I'm a tiny little...okay, well, I'm supposed to be tiny. I'm on a diet, alright?  Anyway, I'm a round little girl who would love to come and entertain you and keep you company. I have a very sweet personality and strike the perfect balance between wanting attention and being able to entertain myself.  I have lived in the outdoors already and don't really want to do that again.  However, I do like gazing out the window and watching the activities. 

I was found running around outside with my son, Calvin, who was born with a heart defect.  Caly's Cats let us live together until he died at about 18 months old.  I am glad I was able to stay with him cause I loved him, but now I am ready to have my forever home with my own people.

I LOVE to play and think catnip is The Best Thing Ever!  I tolerate the two big dogs at my foster home, so if you have a nice cat-savvy dog, I'd probably be okay with it.  I get along with the other cats too.  (Truth be told - I pretty much ignore them.)  Mostly, I'm a mellow girl who would like to be part of a mellow home. 


Sylvester

Sylvester

I am a nice sized kitty with a beautiful black and white formal coat, and a very fluffy tail that I point straight up to show how friendly I am (and how pretty my tail is!) I am a lovebug and just desperate for my own family! I am the original lap cat. In fact, you may want to have more than one lap available in my new family or you will get nothing done. I love to make biscuits and will make them in the air while you hold me cause I'm such a happy boy. I am friendly, sweet and affectionate. If you pick me up I will wrap my paws around your neck and hug you and give you face rubs. I like to talk (chirr) with you and we will hold many profound conversations. I like to play and can entertain myself, but I'll prefer to play with you. If you get me one of those feather toys on a fishing pole, I'll never leave your side!

I may be 10 years old but you'll think I'm just like a big 2 year old! I'm old enough to mind my manners, but still have the personality and heart of a kitten! I grew up with my kitty brothers and we had fun, but I have now decided I want to be an only cat. I do not care for most other cats, although I guess the dogs (German Shepherds) in my foster home are okay.

Like most cats, I can be unsettled by change so I may need a little time to settle in to my new home. But, give me a some patience and love and you will have a devoted fan for life!


Winston

Winston

My brother, Nigel, and my sister, Tinkerbelle, and I were found as abandoned newborn kittens.  A very nice lady raised us by bottle-feeding us every 2 hours in the beginning.  She loved us, but sadly, she had cancer and we couldn't stay with her.

My sister went off on her own and found a new family with a "big sister" kitty and she is very happy.  Nigel and I would like to stay together.  Besides, two formal-looking kitties, with decidedly not-formal personalities - wouldn't we make a nice addition to your home?

I am named for Winston Churchill, and I like to talk.  We can hold fascinating conversations. My brother, Nigel, is quieter, but both of us love to cuddle and we compete to see who has the loudest purr.  We're grown up cats, and we know how to behave.  But, because we grew up together, we still act like kittens when we play.  We'll bring a lot of love and a lot of laughs to your home.  Wouldn't you love to meet us?


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