The pets pictured are available for adoption. Please be aware that not all of our pets are available for viewing on our website, as our population changes daily with new animals coming in and others going home. We encourage you to visit our Pet Adoption Center. Please visit the Adoption Information webpage for details on the Adoption Procedure and a link to an adoption application. Adopted pets are moved to the Galleries of Adopted Pets.
Cats that have the Very Important Pet icon with their bio have been at our shelter for over a year, or are seven years old or older qualify for the "adoption fee paid". If you visit our shelter, look for the VIP logo on the kennels to see which cats qualify. See one of our adoption counselors for details.
Laynie is a pretty 2-year-old DSH Torbi. She's one of the quieter more docile cats in the Kitten Room. While out and about she stays to herself quite a bit. She tends to watch the other kittens playing while resting on one of the cat beds. Please stop by today and visit her in our Kitten Room, she will make a great addition to your family if you're looking for a more laid back girl.
Venus is a fun spirited 5½-year-old DSH Black with White female. She's a talkative girl who loves attention. She's often referred to as the "Queen of Cat Flats!" She's the leader of the pack! She enjoys relaxing in the sun on the highest perch in the room. Since she arrived here in April 2012, we have learned that she also loves her catnip! She will be your friend for life if you sneak her a little every once in a while. When you come into Cat Flats, you are sue to see her sitting there ready to greet you. Please No Dogs in the Household.
Venus has been sponsored by Tasha Dunn & Chrissy Cataldo!
Voxie is a sweet 4-year-old DSH Calico now available for adoption. She does okay with other cats but she prefers to be the only cat in the home. Please stop by today and see her in our Adult Cat Room.
MeMe is a talkative 5-year-old DSH Torti Front Paw Declaw. She adores being around people and has quite a few stories to tell!
MeMe has been sponsored by Mary Jo Dudek!
Alivia is a sweet 1-year-old DSH Patched Tabby. She enjoys running around the Kitten Room and watching the birds.
Mona is a 5-year-old DSH Torbi. She's a quieter girl and doesn't ask for much. She would do well in a home that is a little calmer. She likes attention, but she'll let you know when she's ready for her own time.
Mona has been sponsored by Karen R. Smith!
Gullivar is a handsome 13-year-old DSH Grey Tabby. He was adopted as a younger boy and somehow found himself lost and miles away from home. He has arrived back at our shelter and is hoping to find a loving home, one where he will be loved and pampered. A place with a warm bed to curl up on and plenty of head scratches. Please stop by today and give this sweet senior a chance.
Gullivar has been sponsored by Linda French!
Gullivar has been sponsored by Sadie Brommer!
T.J. is a 2-year-old DSH Black & White Front Paw Declaw waiting to find his forever home.
Betsy is a sweet 7-year-old Black DSH. She enjoys being around people and doesn't seem to mind the other cats in the Adult Cat Room.
Betsy has been sponsored by Kathryn Dudek! In loving memory of Judge Art Greenberg.
Ceasar has been sponsored by a gracious anonymous sponsor!
Berkley is a handsome 2-year-old Male Tabby & White. He has a wonderful personality that is sure to bring smiles to your home.
Berkley has been sponsored by Bonnie Lyman!
Sasha is a spunky 1½-year-old DSH Grey Tabby. She's a playful girl who's ready to find a fun family to call her own. She entertains herself most of the time, but she seems to enjoy interacting with people as well. Stop by today and visit her in our Adult Cat Room. She would love to meet you.
Sasha has been sponsored by a gracious anonymous sponsor! In loving memory of Koty and Max. In our hearts forever.
"Brewster, can you hear me? Brewster. Answer Me." Jazzie calls out to her sister. "Don't you know it's time to quiet down? It's bedtime. You know, the time where we sleep." "You can sleep. I still have a lot to talk about," Brewster answers. "I want to tell all the people walking through our story!" "Ok, Brewster, go ahead!"
"Well here it goes. My sister Jazzie and I have been together our entire lives. We had a great life with a wonderful lady and then all of a sudden one night our lives changed. We lost our home and found ourselves living in a car with our guardian. When other family members found out they tried to help, but there wasn't a place for us to stay. Our guardian took us to a local Vet's office and asked if they could help. They agreed to take us in until she was able to get back on her feet and find a place that would allow us to stay with her. Well that day never came, we lived there for a year. They were wonderful to us, we got a lot of attention and great health care. They made sure we didn't want for anything. Unfortunately, they weren't able to keep us forever, so we were brought here to the HSCI in hopes to find a new home to call our own. For senior girls we are pretty healthy and we still know how to have fun. My sister; Jazzie is the affectionate one. She's always seeking attention. Me on the other hand; I'm the outgoing one. I don't want to be cuddled, I want to be free! If there's anyone out there with a huge heart that doesn't mind making a commitment to a couple of senior girls I hope you will stop in. We are really hoping to find that perfect place to spend our remaining years!"
Note: The generous Vet's office that housed Brewster & Jazzie are offering a free year of vet care and food for them from the day they are adopted.
Jazzie & Brewster have been sponsored by Sally Parry & Bob McLaughlin! In memory of Mr. Peaches, a beautiful cat.
Lucy is a DSH Front Paw Declaw 3-year-old Brown Tabby hoping to find her forever home.
Please be aware that not all of our pets are available for viewing on our website, as our population changes daily with new animals coming in and others going home. We encourage you to visit our Pet Adoption Center.
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