All of our cats are available to meet at home in their foster families. When you submit an approved application, our volunteers can set up a day/time to be introduced.
Sponsored Adoption? ZOE is a cute little adult black and white tuxedo female kitty about 12 years old. She was brought into a local vet and surrendered as a very frightened and upset kitty – she may have been abused in her past – but she has settled down now, and is very outgoing and affectionate. She adores being petted and loves all the attention she can get. . .
Mr. Peaches is a super friendly, soft furred orange and white sweet boy. His ear tip let us know that he was once a part of trap/neuter/return program. When he was found and brought to a vet with an abscess wound, rescuers discovered that he was a sweetheart, so he went to a foster home to recover. Mr. Peaches is very affectionate! He loves to play and goes crazy for catnip! . .
ARIEL is an adorable, fluffy little female solid gray teenager kitten about 6 ½ months old with beautiful blue eyes. She and her two sisters were found as kittens in a feral colony and relinquished to a volunteer with our rescue group who has fostered them in his business office. The kittens are getting friendlier with each passing day and enjoy following their foster dad around the office. . .
Pepper is a super sweet tuxedo kitty who is around 12 years old. His foster and rescuer describes him as the most loving boy ever. This lovebug is a quiet cat and expert nap taker. He loves attention and loves to give head bumps. Pepper was abandoned by his previous owners. He had a microchip but when they were called they didn’t want him back . . .
RBG is an adorable female brown tabby teenager kitten who is around 7 months old. She and her siblings were rescued from a backyard colony and placed into a loving foster home where they have learned to trust people. Playful, bright, engaging and curious, RBG was originally the tiniest of kittens with an impish round face and cheeks that just made you want to pinch them.
Cat Rescue & Adoption Network fosters give their kitties lots of TLC and attention. Because of that, we have very well socialized cats that are readily adopted. BUT, we have reached capacity with our fosters. We need more fosters to help fulfill our mission of helping rescue special needs animals.
Consider a working cat as a natural, poison-free way to keep the rodent population under control. Occasionally, they may even let you pet them too. You provide access to safe, warm housing (a barn will suffice) with daily access to fresh water and food, as well as medical attention as needed.
Meet BIBI (also known as "Habibi"), a big and beautiful black, gold, and white cat with fluffy fur as soft as a bunny's. This “tortico” has the coloring of both a tortoiseshell and a calico, and she epitomizes the personality of both. In fact, she won't mind you calling her "Queen Habibi". . .
FOXY is a quiet, polite senior kitty with a beautiful Russian-Blue type of coat. She lived her entire life with one person, but due to financial setbacks, he lost his home and began to live in his car. That's when Foxy came to our rescue group in hopes of finding a happy home to live out her golden years. She will ask you about your day with a sweet "meow?" . . .