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.
Onyx will be available for adoption as soon as he tells us where he wants to go. He has allowed someone to touch him. He wants to live. We know this because he came in with a head trauma as well as trauma to other parts of his body due to abuse. He has started to eat a little on his own and he’s telling us that he’s making a great effort to help us help him.
Our new little girl is a castaway. She is a real “abandoned” feline with quite a story. She’s a nice girl and knows what it’s like to be on the outside looking in. She is a tri-color with a very strong personality. She’s been sterilized, vaccinated, wormed, micro-chipped and yes, she does use the litter box. She loves people, is a bit suspicious of other felines, and is searching for her forever home.
Peeps is just growing out of her kitten paws. She’s a very loving girl who endured a walk on the wild side. She was found as a stray, very dirty, and FIV positive. However, this is not a death sentence. Peeps can have a happy, long life. She can live with other felines without infecting them.
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.