Jingles is a quiet, unassuming elderly fellow looking for a forever home. He doesn’t ask for much- a comfortable spot in the window and maybe a bit of room on your bed at night. Jingles would prefer a quiet home without other animals, and at his age, we think he’s earned that much. He is currently on thyroid pills which he readily takes when tucked into a bit of food. Look at those eyes- how can you resist?
Meet the ‘Tree Cats’! We recently took in about a dozen young cats ( around ten months old) from one house, and decided to name them after trees. Cedar, Maple, Aspen, Sycamore and all the rest are adorable, gentle, and pretty impossible to resist. The Trees are quite bonded and rely on one another for companionship, comfort and grooming so we are adopting them out in pairs. Of course, if you’d like a trio, we can make that happen as well! Stop by and meet them – they’re vet checked and anxious to settle into their forever homes!
Lincoln is a young, playful cat with a beautiful buff colored coat. If you’re looking for a lap cat, Lincoln is definitely not your guy; but if you’re up for an entertaining, energetic companion with a big personality, he could be the one. He would do best in a home where he is the only pet, and where there are no small children.
Buddy & Sissy
Sissy and Buddy came to us when their owner became ill and could no longer care for them. At age 15, this sweet pair should be spending their days lounging on a couch and soaking up some sunshine. If you have a place in your home and your heart for them, please stop by and meet them. As you might expect for cats of their age, they have some ongoing medical issues- Buddy takes thyroid pills and Sissy is on a diabetic diet. Both were front-declawed when they came to the shelter. We would be happy to have a special someone take them home as Forever Fosters. The shelter will cover their medical expenses- you just provide the love.
Don’t let the name fool you – Grandma Sally is just under two years old, and full of playful energy. She loves to zoom around the room chasing a wand toy or toy mouse, and will need a home where she can get plenty of exercise. Once she’s had a good play session she will purr and headbutt your hand for attention. Grandma Sally would prefer a home with no small children since she sometimes gets over-excited with playing – but we think she might do well with a respectful canine companion. She is vet-checked and ready to go!
They don’t come much sweeter than this guy. Pancho is a big, easy-going boy who wants nothing more than a nice big window, and a lap to call his own. He came to us front-declawed, and has lived with a small dog. Respectful young children would probably be just fine with him.
Ask a volunteer about Stacy and the word you’re most likely to hear is “delightful”. She’s perfectly comfortable being held and carried (she gives great hugs) and enjoys being brushed. Wand toys are the key to getting her to show her playful side – at five years old she still has plenty of spunk, but we suspect she’d be a great Netflix companion too. Stacy has lived with cats before arriving at the shelter. With slow introductions she might enjoy a home with another feline companion.
Alexander Hamilton arrived as a stray, and quickly made his presence known. He was not pleased with the accommodations, and protested politely but firmly to anyone within earshot. Spending time in a cage was an adjustment for him but he has settled in well and is truly a delightful young cat. Playful and affectionate, he loves chasing laser pointers and wand toys and will cruise by for some pets and love before going back to his hunting. Mr. Hamilton is vet checked, neutered and ready to go!
Sheridan and Sherman
Sheridan (grey female) is a 2-3 year old who loves petting and cuddling, playing with toys, and chasing string. Though she is small she is very confident and curious. One of her favorite pass times is watching birds and squirrels outside and wishing she could chase them down. She also loves getting to high places like shelves, and mantles where she can lay down and see everything around her. Given the opportunity though, she is just as likely to come lay on your lap and nudge your hand till you can’t resist petting her.
Robert Wagner is a gentle, shy, and absolutely charming senior gentleman looking for a home. His current foster describes him as being the perfect houseguest. Mr. Wagner seems most at home around other felines, so we very much want him to find a family with one (or more) docile and welcoming cats. If you would like to meet Robert Wagner, please contact EASAdoptions@gmail.com to make arrangements. He will be waiting, patiently.
Tinker Taylor- In foster!!
Tinker Taylor is a beautiful, playful 1 year old cat who needs to find a very special home. She has an incurable neurological condition that impacts her movement and bladder. To learn more about Tinker, click here.
M.J. is a quiet senior cat looking for a quiet, calm place to live out her golden years. She enjoys being brushed and getting some pets, but is equally happy to be on her own just observing what’s going on around her. She requests no young children, please, and would ideally be an only pet.
Isabella – In Foster
Isabella is a 10 year old cat with beautiful golden eyes and shiny black fur. She’s looking for a quiet home, preferably with an experienced cat person, where she can relax and enjoy life. Isabella is currently taking a little vacation from the shelter. If you’d like to meet her, please contact us at EASadoptions@gmail.com to make arrangements.