Special Needs Kitten
Look at those eyes! She so reminded me of Audrey Hepburn, hence her name. Audrey was pulled from the CRD Pound where she wasn’t doing well health wise. She had a full work up and is now doing splendidly, gaining weight and having a grand time asking for pets and scratches. She will thrive with more attention and is okay with other cats and dogs don’t seem to bother her either.
Former foster mom's comments: We have had our little friend Jackson for over a month now and with him here the apartment is never boring or lonely. Jackson is a younger cat and you definitely can see it spring out in his personality. He is great at surprising you and loves to play whenever you have the time. He is also very affectionate, always up for cuddling or just being scratched around the ears and neck. Jackson loves anything attached to a string. If you are looking for him chances are he is napping in the sun on a window sill.
Bradley might not be the bravest or most outgoing guy at the pound, but he is probably the cuddliest. He is slowly settling in but still prefers things safe and quiet. Spend a few minutes with him though, and he is all purrs and snuggles. Bradley is a very loving cat. He will do best in a quiet, indoor only home with a family who has extra love and patience.
Ike has a way of making your heart melt. He is a courageous cat who took little to no time adapting to his foster home. He keeps my sister company when she does her homework by sleeping in the chair beside her, and he is always the last to go to bed since he stays up until the last person calls it quits. He loves company and is very well mannered. He is a bigger cat but has been on a diet for a month now and doesn't complain about having less food than he was used to. At present he's not very playful, but that could change with time. Besides .....
Cheech is the more adventurous of the two brothers, and was the first to explore his new surroundings. Both the boys are still very wary whenever I enter a room, but Cheech is always the first to come out from hiding and greet me. He loves cuddling once he warms up to me, and definitely shows it with lots of sandpaper kisses.
She has not been adopted yet, she is still with us and doing great. We have taken to calling her Viola because the woman that dropped her off said she didn't know what her new name was. She is a lovely little girl who loves to cuddle. She has the energy and playfulness of a kitten but loves some down time to sit on your lap.
Gandalf is 8 years old and just plain cool. The kind of cat that thinks he is a dog, super fun and great natured. He may have Maine Coon heritage as his head and paws are quite large. Gandalf chatters sometimes when he is bored.
The video shows Gandalf with his friend Tiger: Tiger has been adopted.
To meet Gandalf, please email email@example.com.
This is Blackie. He is around two years old and enjoys playing with string and laser points. He loves to be combed and petted. Blackie is a serious treat monster who will do nearly anything for a snack. :) Like most cats, he will warn you with a hiss if you get too close in his safe zone.
To meet Blackie, please contact his foster parents at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This beautiful and confident girl is brand new to the adoption room and we are just getting to know her. She is friendly and affectionate without being overbearing, and has been spending her time exploring the office and napping quietly. She does not like sharing her space with other cats and will do best in a single cat home.
We will continue to update information as we get to know her.