Don’t let his serious expression fool you — Bubba really is friendly! He’s been though some rough times, including some recent dental work that left him with only a few teeth, but he doesn’t let it get to him. He loves people, is way more playful than most cats his age (he’s about 10 years old), and will make someone a wonderful companion. Bubba is FIV+.


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.


Stamp is about six months old, still full of kitten energy and confidence. This handsome guy is looking for a home with a young feline buddy who can keep up with him, and some human buddies to snuggle with once he’s tired out. Stamp is neutered, up-to-date on shots, and more than ready to go!


Tommy is a young, high energy cat looking for an active home where he can feel free to run around and maybe be a little mischievous. Young children wouldn’t be a good match for him, but a feline buddy to roughhouse with or maybe even a playful canine friend would be great.

Quid, Pro & Quo

This adorable trio started life in a garage along with their mom and a couple of feral cats. We were able to bring them inside at about 8 weeks of age and they quickly became playful, purring babies — they have made huge strides. Quid, Pro and Quo would be happiest in an adults-only home.

Peggy & Angelica

in foster

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