Cats for Adoption
Randolph was found outside with a feral colony -- but he wasn't
feral. Somebody must have dumped him there.
He's 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.
Updated March 22, 2019
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.
It's hard to place a cat who hides when company comes!
Updated December 30, 2019
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
Keke is a gentle cat who is not happy here: he lives in a room
where he's been subjected to bullying, and even when the bully is
caged, he worries.
That's why he's taken to high ground in a carrier where nobody
can sneak up on him from behind!
When he's at ease he's very friendly with people and loves to be
petted.  
Updated December 30, 2019
Adopted January 4!
Clarence is a delightful cat: affectionate to the point of being
demanding.
He's living with other cats here, but would probably be happiest if
he were the only pet: he wants his person all to himself.
He does, however, need to remain on a veterinary diet to keep his
bowels working right: he has a history of becoming blocked on
ordinary cat food.
Posted May 11, 2019.
Josie was abandoned, already spayed, near my home. Did her
owner die? She's a huge cat (16.1 pounds!) and at first I
assumed she was a male.
My vet says she's about two years old and (aside from being
slightly overweight) in excellent condition.  
She's a quiet, gentle cat who would like to be your one and only.
Posted November 19, 2019.
Victor is the bully. He's so bad with the other cats that my vet put
him on Prozac to calm him down. He's also on a special diet to
prevent UTIs, so he's not very adoptable!
He is, however, caged part time to give the other cats a break.   
If you want an aloof cat (only pet!) who will take care of your
mice and don't mind the special diet, you might consider him.
Updated December 30, 2019
Chibi (her name means "Little" in Japanese still has kittenish
ways.  It looks as if she'll always be tiny.
Updated December 30, 2019.
Peppy has a strange history: a woman careless enough to lose
her cat through an open window saw him outside, mistook him
for her pet and brought him to her vet to find out if he were
chipped. When it turned out he wasn't, she mercilessly dumped
him back on the street!
Fortunately a much nicer person brought him to me.
He's an exceptionally sweet cat, very vocal and affectionate.
Gets along with everybody, even my dog (from whom he
solicits attention, so there must have been a dog in his life
before).
He'll make someone a wonderful pet.
Posted January 17, 2020.
Adopted February 15.