Cats for Adoption
Randolph has been with me for a couple of years now and has
blossomed into one of the sweetest cats I've ever encountered: he
asks to be petted (loves handling) and has befriended the cats most in
need of nurturing.
He's not cuddly with people: doesn't want to sit in my lap or be
picked up. And he's shy with strangers.
But if you want a second cat as a companion for the one you've got,
he's the one!  

Updated March 14, 2020

Adopted October 17.
Double has been with me for over two years, since he came in
as a big kitten. He's a dear cat, but a bit shy, especially with
people he doesn't know.
He's becoming more friendly, stretching out on the bed and
asking to be petted. He's excellent with other cats and Randolph
is his best friend.

Updated June 15, 2020
Misty is a quiet little cat who walks with a limp. She's friendly
with people but likes to insert herself into small places (under the
bedcovers, under furniture), so she tends not to be noticed.   
Randolph (above) has taken her under his wing and washes her
head. Sometimes she plays with him.

Updated December 30, 2019
Brother has been here about three weeks. He arrived in very poor
condition, but is fine now and was neutered today.
He's a sweet little thing.

Posted October 12, 2020
Pie has only been here about a week. She was living
outside, fed, but not handled, so when she got here she was
terrified. It took only a short time for her to decide she
really liked to be petted!

Posted October 12, 2020

Adopted October 19.
These two littles don't even have names yet.
They arrived one week ago, swarming with fleas and
suffering from severe diarrhea.
I treated them (as I do all new arrivals) with Revolution,
dunked them in the bathroom basin and scrubbed them
-- after which I scruffed them every day and forced
medication down their throats.
They're healthy now, but, as you can see from these
pictures, they hate me.
They're little; they'll get over it.

osted October 12, 2020
The pictures above and below are for the people waiting to find out who will be available. Both cats above
came in today from outdoors (the one on the right is Brother's mother) and will be neutered tomorrow. As
you can see, they are pretty traumatized! Going by the other cats who have come from this colony, they will
be very nice once they calm down.
Posted October 20.
And the kitties above were returned today by a person who adopted them as little kittens three years ago (she promised to
spay them, but did not) and returned to me via my vet today. They are now spayed and fully vaccinated at my expense --
but I don't know how to find them in my records (what were their names when I placed them?) and the person who
dropped them off tonight failed to give me the paperwork from my vet -- so I don't know their names now either or have
any records. I'll have to ask for copies of their paperwork.
Needless to say, they're also traumatized.
These four cats will settle down -- but this is their current status.
Posted October 20