No longer a lost feline, I am a young foster cat in the Roamer Program. My foster mom saw me...
The Roamer crew was recently contacted by Savanna's "forever" mom and we were told that she is moving and cannot take Savanna with. We need a long-term foster to step forward and help Savanna. She is now indoors, likes other cats and dogs and co-exists with people.
Sam and Onyx are victims of feline bullying. It is our task to find each of them a forever home where no other felines abide. Both love people and dogs are OK. But felines are a definite "no." We've had others like them in the Program. Placement is always a challenge. But solo situations do exist. It's just a bit more difficult to find them because most feline fanciers have more than just one feline in residence.
This is Peeps, one of our long term foster adoptables. Most felines with her coat color are male. She is a female. She came into the Program as a kitten on a very cold spring day. She was dumped at a service station and found her way into the Roamer Program.
Meet Winnie...she was chosen as a winner in a national photo contest! (The Cat Daddy Jackson Galaxy was the judge!) — now she just needs you! She's a sweet girl who will initiate contact when she wants her grey and white fur to be petted, and she'll purr when you brush her.