Over 1 year old
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Cleopatra was found on a person's property and surrendered to the Vet because of an injured paw. She is very sweet but reserved. A little weary of strangers but is willing to let you pet her. She will need a patient person or family to ease her into their home.
June 18, 2022
Both boys are very friendly. Spicy is the definite ambassador of this pair. He comes right up for pets and play. Both enjoy pets and attention. Elfie is the laid back boy and Spicy is the playful one.
Jessica is a very outgoing sweet and loving gal who loves attention, laps, and hugs. She has been able to be out with another cat in her room, so with proper introductions she may be able to be in a multi cat household.
Paisley and Annie are a bonded pair. Paisley is a special needs cat with cerebellar dysplasia which effects her motor skills in being able to control the movement of her back legs. It is believed she has had it since birth. It doesn't seem to stop her whatsoever though. She climbs up and down on the shelves and tables in her room without any issues. She loves to run and play with toys and with her sister and loves to be petted. A home with carpets is preferred as she has trouble maneuvering on slick floors. Annie is a little more reserved than Paisley, but can be petted once you gain her trust. She also likes to play with toys and run around. She and Paisley need to start out in a quiet home without small children or any other animals where they will be given a safe environment in which they can grow and blossom with their new family.
Annie (F 2020)
Paisley (F 2020)
Bumpi (F 2020)
Bumpi is a sweet gal who loves to be petted and purrs her appreciation. She can be picked up and held and she loves to explore. She was surrendered to Shelton Vet after being in an accident. She is looking for a safe home with a loving family.
Linnea (F 2020)
Linnea likes to play and be petted, especially when a human dangles fishing pole type toys. It turns out she also loves curling up in a lap, although you may have to pick her up and put her there. If she trusts you, she can also be held and will happily snuggle up in your arms for a while. She gets easily overstimulated and may have a playful nip when being petted. She needs a family who can patiently and gently work with her to correct her behavior without scolding or hitting her. Usually, just blowing on her or a gentle "no" works. If that doesn’t, just walk away for a couple of minutes and she settles right back down. She does not like other cats so her best furrever home would be an adults only home without kids or pets. Linnea has a medical condition where she needs to be given a dose of MiraLAX powder twice a day by syringe to help her have bowel movements.
Angel (F 7/2021
Leah (F 2019)
Leah is a sweet girl who may appear to be a little shy on your first meeting. Once she gets used to the people and surroundings around her, she can't get enough petting. She also loves to explore and watch the world go by outside. She would do best in a quieter home with a patient family who does not have small children or dogs. She needs an area set up somewhere out of the household traffic flow so she has a safe spot to call her own as she adjusts to her new home.
Lionel (M 5/2021)
Lionel is an amazing but SPICY young man. He's fine with one or two laid back kitties. Dogs not recommended. He needs a quite home with loving and patient humans, and it will probably take him a bit longer than most to get acclimated, but once he is he's so loving. He never bites nor scratches (not intentionally). If he's startled and your holding him, he will bolt to the nearest corner. For that reason, I strongly recommended his home to be calm adults only who enjoy a zen lifestyle. When introducing him into your home, start small. Setup a small room, like a bathroom, then give him a few days while going in and spending quality time with him. He was just starting to get interested in playing for the first time, which is always a huge step in the right direction. From there, try introducing him slowly to one room at a time. The catio seemed to scare him, he does not like the outdoors. I think Lionel looks at life the way I view a good surprise party; kind of scary at first but in the right company he's an amazing experience.
Noah and Lanny came to us at different times as feral cats. With patience and trust (on both sides) they have become friendly and bonded with each other. Noah, the first to arrive, is a completely outgoing snuggle bug who loves to be held, sit on your lap, and to be petted. Lanny watched us with Noah and decided maybe humans weren’t so bad after all and finally got brave enough to let us pet him. He has blossomed since that day and continues to improve each day as we work with him. If Lanny trusts you, he will come running to greet you at the door so he can be petted. When sitting on the floor with them both, Noah will plop in your lap. Lanny will walk back and forth over your legs going from one side/hand to the other to keep getting his pets. Lanny even got brave enough to sit in a lap for a short bit the other day. With continued work and Noah’s influence, I am confident Lanny will become a snuggler himself. They will need a home that doesn’t have other animals and patient loving people who live a quieter lifestyle as Lanny does still sometimes spook with loud noises or fast movements.
Bonita is a sweetheart who enjoys being petted, likes laps and to explore. She was a mama who has taken care of her kids and is now looking forward to becoming her own self. She needs a home without other pets.
Tari B is a sweet girl who can be a little shy at first. If you give her a minute she will happily come over to you and be petted though. She is a very chill and easy going cat. You can pick her up and put her on your lap for lots and lots of snuggles.She will need a quiet household with a safe space out of the run of traffic to call her own while she gets used to her new home and family. Also we have discovered she does not eat kibble from a bowl so this will need to be taken into account in her new home.
Evie is a gal who can be shy, but if she is comfortable with where she is and with you, she will let you pet her. Just recently she has even started to seek out pets and purrs when you indulge her. She loves to watch out the window between naps. If she is having a really good nap you will know - she snores. She loves her wet food and thinks the window to the rescue kitchen is the ordering window. While she is loose on the floor with other cats, she seems to be more of a loner and may do better as a single cat household unless adopted with a current friend. She should have a quieter home with patient people and no small children or dogs. It took her quite awhile to truly be comfortable at the rescue so it is strongly suggested she have a quiet spot out of traffic flow to call her own as she gets used to her new environment and family. If you are looking for a quiet companion rather than a lap cat, Evie is your gal - she is great company!