Kyle is BIG, sweet guy looking for his forever home. A little shy at first, he warms up quickly and enjoys pets and being brushed. He will be a charming companion for some lucky person, who needs to be willing to help this adorable guy slowly shed a few pounds. He is about six years old and anxious to start the next chapter of his life!
Leonard (“Lenny” to his friends) is a pretty independent guy, curious about his surroundings but not really interested in snuggling with humans. Laser pointers and wand toys are his favorites and he definitely needs daily playtime to keep him happy. This handsome guy is about 1.5 years old, and would do best in a home without children. Lenny has been with us for six months and would love a chance at a home of his own.
Halo is a young boy looking for an active household to call home. Right now he seems a bit more interested in playing and exploring than cuddling (laser pointers are his favorite), but he does enjoy being brushed after a rambunctious play session. We suspect that once he settles into a new home he’ll be able to relax and become the perfect feline companion. Halo would do best in an adult household, or one with older kids with some cat experience.
If you’re looking for a feline companion with a really big personality, Salty just might be your guy. He’s somewhere around two years old, with lots of energy for playing and exploring — in fact, we think he holds the shelter’s record for highest leap while chasing a wand toy! Salty is looking for someone who’ll engage in regular active playtime with him and help him learn to focus his energy appropriately. In return, he’s offering a ton of charm and years of guaranteed entertainment. The perfect home for Salty would be one with an experienced cat person, no small children, and no other pets.
Little Miriam was found as a stray and taken to a local fire station before coming to us at the shelter. We dubbed her “Miriam Boyle” in honor of the first female firefighter in the city of Evanston, and she is certainly living up to the big name. She’s full of energy and confidence and, typical of kittens her age, is more interested in playing and exploring than hanging out with humans. She definitely needs a young, playful feline buddy or two. Miriam is about 5 months old, spayed, and ready for her forever home.
Sparkle Pony is about 6 months old and has made it clear that she needs to live the solo life — no cat buddies for her! Her intense energy would probably be too much for a young child, but she definitely needs a couple human buddies to play with. If you’ve got some wand toy skills, Sparkle would love to meet you.
The Marley kittens are about 4.5 months old and still full of kitten energy. Their personalities are as unique and distinct as their appearances. These four are quite a close-knit group, and we’re adopting them out in pairs only. If you’re looking for a couple new family members, stop in during adoption hours and meet them all — good luck choosing just two!
We have kittens ready for adoption, and they are adorable! These cuties are all part of bonded pairs and must be adopted together. Stop by this weekend and meet your two new best friends — they won’t be here for long!
Peggy & Angelica
Peggy and Angelica are a pair of very bonded, one-year-old sisters. These charming ladies are former feral kittens, seeking a home with someone who will be patient with them as they settle into their new environment. They are curious and playful, and once they feel safe they enjoy being petted. They might never be snuggly lap cats, but they are definitely amusing and adorable. Peggy and Angelica need an adults-only home but would probably do well with another cat, or cat-friendly dog. If you’d like to meet this adorable duo, email us at EASadoptions@gmail.com.