Adoptable Cats

Here are all our cats that are currently available for adoption.  Please fill out our Adoption Application Form to begin the adoption process.

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Simone is a stunning beauty! She came in a scared young girl with two beautiful kittens who looked just like her. Her kittens have gone home so now it's Simone's turn to find a loving home like they did. Simone was clearly a rehab case. She was abandoned as a kitten and had to learn to survive. She used to swat for that reason, always on guard. Now, she is a princess, enjoying her constant food supply and the love of the volunteers. She has learned to trust and lets them carry her around.


Justin in one of a kind! He is a small, nurturing male who loves to groom and be with other cats. Justin is a young adult at four years old but he acts like a kitten. He will be one his whole life. Justine came in with some trust issues from being abandoned by college students. Since then, he has overcome them and has gained so much confidence. He follows the volunteers around and enjoys some lap time too.

Baby Cakes

Baby Cakes is a lovely, little lady. She is eight years old so a young senior in other words since cats can live up to 20 years. BC is very sweet. She enjoys lots of attention and is just a little diva. Baby Cakes must be an only kitty, no dogs or other cats. The main reason is that she is severely allergic to chicken and beef. It makes her tummy hurt - a lot. She is on a special diet. The food is not any more expensive than a premium diet. Please call for our little lady. She is crate


Our barn cat program is for our cats that take part in the TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program but can't be returned to their communities because of danger or lack of care. These are our less social cats that don't crave the company of people, at least at this point in their lives. These cats are peaceful, easy to care for, and make friends easily with other farm animals. Pictured is our lovely Chula who was adopted as a mouser for the family chicken coop. The family followed the relocation...

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