These are just a few of our cats who are ready for a forever home!

Serious about adopting? Come by during our open hours. Better yet, fill out an Adoption Application in advance of your visit! Go here [Adoption Application] to fill it out online.

Call with any questions.

Pets For Seniors:

BUTTERS:

Butters is approximately 10 years old and spayed.  She is new to the shelter after living with her owners since she was a kitten.  She came to us after her owner passed away. 

She is sweet but shy.  She does not like other cats and would be more comfortable as an only pet. 

She just had a dental and is up to date on all of her shots. She has all of her claws.  Butters qualifies for our Pets for Seniors Program.

katie

KATIE:

Katie came to us after her owner had to go into a nursing home. She has only lived with one person her entire life and she is between the ages of 10 and 12. She is still very active and in good health and is a little over 10 pounds. Katie still has all of her claws and would do well in a household where she is the only cat or perhaps with one other one. She is spayed and up to date on all of her vaccines.

If interested, please go to our website petsforseniors.org to submit a no-obligation application. She qualifies for our Pets for Seniors Program but you don’t have to be a senior to adopt her.
chipper

CHIPPER:

Chipper is in a foster home, but is available for adoption. Contact us to meet him!

Chipper is a 12 year old male, whose owner died. He is warm and affectionate, and loves people.

He’ll need a home who can afford monthly meds for his thyroid. It costs $38 per month, and is an easy to apply compound ointment (once daily on his ear).

Most ideal home would have no dogs, but he gets along with other cats.

“He is magnificent and absolutely a complete gentleman. He hasn’t met a person here he didn’t like and we have a wide range of ages.”

“He ALWAYS uses the litter box!”

chipper

Pets For Saving:

dobby

DOBBY:

Dobby recently came to us.  He is only a couple of years old but came to us when his owners had their first child. 

Apparently, Dobby was either jealous of the baby or tried to claim him as his own and was peeing on the baby and on the baby’s toys!  Otherwise, he is a very sweet cat and his owners were extremely sad to have to give him up. 

Dobby is neutered and is front paw declawed.

journey

JOURNEY:

Journey came to PFS last fall with gorgeous kittens, who were all quickly adopted. She remains available to a loving home. She is about 3.5 years old, and has been spayed.

Journey is very friendly, and loves lap time. She is also independent, and enjoys sleeping in comfy beds up high. So, she would love a tall cat tree. She’s fine with the other cats, but likes her ‘alone time,’ too.

She loves running water in the sink. Journey has a smaller cat body, and I really don’t see her shedding much at all.

Please consider giving this wonderful girl a forever home.

journey
Hathaway

HATHAWAY:

Hathaway is in a foster home, but is available for adoption. Contact us to meet him!

Hathaway is a beautiful cat with a very unique coloring. 

He was an adult stray when he was picked up and cared for by his rescuers.  He does not like other cats very much and would prefer to be an only pet. 

We think he is about 3 or 4 years of age.  He is neutered and has all of his claws.  He is a sweet boy who is very shy and needs a family of his own. 

makita

MAKITA:

Makita is a small cat who is 2-3 years of age. She was recently spayed after giving birth to 3 adorable kitties. Here she is proudly watching over Hilti.

She is up to date on all of her vaccinations.

She was a stray and needs socialization. Our volunteers will be showering her with love and attention so that she will be ready for her new forever home. We have noticed that she doesn’t like other cats. We don’t know how she will get along with dogs or children.

Lou

LOU:

Lou is a neutered male and is about 3 years old with all his claws. He was a kitten with us and adopted but then returned to us because he was peeing outside the litter box. Turned out he just had a UTI. After an antibiotic he was good to go and was adopted in March of 2019 to a wonderful young woman. Sadly, she had to bring him back to us because she had to move and could not take him with her.

Lou is a lap cat who is looking forward to his forever home and would make a wonderful addition to a loving home!