CATS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
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How to Meet Our Cats
Things to note:
--Kittens must be adopted in pairs (unless you already have a compatible cat at home). Why kittens need feline companionship.
--We adopt ONLY to residents of Northern Virginia, Suburban Maryland, and Washington D.C.
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|Ace & Meru - Adoption Pending!|
These boys are an adventurous two-some. They absolutely love, love, love to play and explore. They also love getting attention from their human buddies.
ACE is the bravest among his littermates, with MERU following in his brother's footsteps not far behind. These boys are ALWAYS up for an adventure.
Ace & Meru came into our care with their siblings, Cammie & Butterscotch (posted separately), along with their mom, Skye, from a local shelter.
|Ace & Stanley|
ACE is a class all by himself when it comes to cuteness! He is a petite kitten who loves to be near his 'people.' He has a sweet habit of chirping and mewing hello to his foster family whenever they enter the room. Ace loves being petted and kneads the air with his paws whenever you pet him. He's happy to join his family wherever they are and loves to keep them company when they read or do homework. Ace also likes to play and snuggle with his best friend, Stanley. Ace has a cheerful, happy demeanor and is just content being part of a family. He does well with the children and other cats in his foster home.
STANLEY is a sweet and local kitty. He has the devotion of a dog, the playfulness of a kitten, and the softness of a bunny. Initially cautious and shy, Stanley quickly warms to affection and treats and once he settles into a new home, he will be your furry friend for life. Stanley loves climbing into your lap, and if you are able to ignore him sitting by your feet for long, he gently reminds you to pick him by tapping your leg with his paw. Stanley purrs loudly when held but is otherwise a quiet cat who loves to curl up by your side, enjoys watching birds, is very receptive to other cats. He has learned to trust children and adults alike since he was rescued. If you can be patient with his initially shy nature, Stanley will reward you with a lifetime of companionship and devotion.
Ace came into our care from a home with too many cats to care for. Stanley came from a local shelter. Because of Stanley's initial shyness, they need a quiet to moderately active home with a patient caretaker who will give him a little time to settle into a new home.
|Adele, Beyonce & Celine|
This trio of powerhouse ladies appropriately fit their namesakes. They can be adopted with a compatible sibling or other SPCA kitten or into a home with a like-minded feline companion.
ADELE (medium-haired) (Adopted!) is a laid-back, confident girl who looks deep into her foster mom's eyes as if to say 'hello.' Adele is a gentle, sweet-natured kitten.
BEYONCE (medium-haired) is the queen of this little kitty hive, and she does what she wants, when she wants and how she wants. Her sisters let her take the leading lady role, and she is quite a charmer.
CELINE (short-haired) has many Las Vegas style tricks for flipping pompom balls in the air, and loves talking to strangers.
These girls are comfortable with adult cats, and have been exposed to dogs without having much reaction. They are comfortable with any activity level in a household.
|Anna & Molly|
ANNA is a friendly, outgoing kitty. She comes running when you call her and likes to be involved with her foster family's activities. Anna also likes to be petted and snuggle up for a nap with her foster mom whenever she gets a chance! This friendly girl also LOVES to play fetch with her favorite toy mouse over and over again.
MOLLY is a petite girl with striking features and fur as soft as a rabbit. She is a little timid until she gets to know you, but once Molly adjusts to a new environment she likes to hang out with her human family. Molly also likes to wrestle and groom her best friend forever, Anna!
Because Molly is a little timid, she and Anna need a quiet home that will give Molly a little time to adapt to changes. These girls came into our care from a local shelter.
|Astro, Smudge, Meatball & Magellan|
ASTRO (black, short-haired) & SMUDGE (brown tabby, short-haired) - Astro is the hunter and Smudge is momma's boy. These brothers are a bonded pair and need to be adopted together. They are happy kittens who are always playing together, with or without a toy. They enjoy any attention they can get from their foster family.
MEATBALL (black/white, medium-haired) & MAGELLAN (grey/white, short-haired) - Meatball is a lover-boy and Magellan is the explorer in this duo. These boys play with any toy you give them and also like playing with their foster family. These boys are very personable and are moderately playful.
These kittens are Tilly's babies. They came into SPCA's care as tiny babies - only one week old - from a local shelter.
Baxter is also very playful and curious. He loves chasing a fishing pole toy and is very active when he gets excited, darting from place to place and jumping high to catch the fishing pole. Baxter also loves his stuffed penguin and little mouse, carrying them around in his mouth and playing with them. He is a little talkative, meowing here and there and when he wants to be petted. Baxter also likes to find a secret hiding spot and stays there when he gets scared of loud noises and thunderstorms, or when he just wants some peace and quiet.
Baxter is a big boy who has a big appetite. He jumps up and down when his food is being prepared and likes eating treats out of your hand. Baxter needs to have his food portions controlled and he's eating a healthy, grain free diet. He can be a little shy with guests but once he comes out of hiding, he is sweet and loving with everyone. Baxter needs a quiet or moderately active home without other pets where he can get lots of love.
Baxter came into our care after a kind person took him in after he kept escaping outdoors when other cats in his household would pick on him. Baxter's guardian agreed it was best for Baxter to have a new home where he could live in peace away from other pets.
|Cali, Midnight, Sapphire, White Tail & Tiger|
CALI (tortoiseshell, female) is very adventurous and always up for exploring new territory. She has some favorite toys that she carries around in her mouth with pride. She likes to greet you as you enter the room.
MIDNIGHT (black with white on belly/chest, male) loves to rub up against and play with mom, Ember. He is also very adventurous and curious - one of the most spirited and playful of the litter.
SAPPHIRE (black w/ white on belly and chest, male) is smart and very curious. He loves to check out everything you are doing and help you with chores. He also likes to play in your hair and has very silky shiny fur.
WHITE TAIL (tortoiseshell, female) started out as the calmest of the littler and initially had a hard time finding her own space to play. But she is now one of the gang! When you pet her she lays down and rolls on her side, sometimes asking for belly rubs.
TIGER (brown tabby, male) loves people and is always the first to come running to greet you. He is very playful and likes to lick you to show his affection.
These kittens came into our care from a local shelter with their mom, Ember.
Caramella is timid toward other cats so she needs just the right feline buddy. It took her some time to warm up to the other kitties in her foster home, but now they are all buddies and like to chase each other back and forth around the house. The resident cats are pretty mellow themselves but like to play gently - just what Carmella needs in a feline buddy.
This sweet kitty was found outdoors in the cold apparently abandoned along with another cat by a resident in an apartment complex. The other kitty was taken in by another resident and Carmella was transferred to our care. We are now looking for the right home for Carmella.
|Cassidy & Nora|
CASSIDY (black/white tuxedo) is a little more reserved than her sister and has fancy white markings on her paws that look like saddle shoes. She doesn't love to be held for long periods of time but her good manners and breeding do not allow her to fuss or fight to get down. Cassidy just sits in your arms until a reasonable time has elapsed, then daintily jumps down.
NORA (black) likes to engage in conversation and drape herself around your neck when you are sitting down. She also loves to be held and purrs loudly whenever she is petted.
These two are inseparable and must be adopted together. When one leaves the room, the other one calls to her until the girls are reunited. They have been exposed to adult cats, and are best suited for a home with older children/adults in a quiet to moderately active household.
These girls were rescued from outdoors as tiny babies and have transformed into lovely ladies.
|Chrissy & Janet|
It's nearly impossible to tell them apart, except that Chrissy is slightly lighter brown. And Chrissy wags her tail like a dog when she sees you. Its so cute - she wags her whole back end then plops down for a belly rub.
Chrissy and Janet both adore people. The moment they see you they come running and purring up a storm. They love to climb all over you for attention and give you 'kitty kisses.'
Both girls are bold and love to explore. They bolt through a newly opened door without hesitation to see what's on the other side. They also love to chase, pounce on and wrestle with each other and don't like being out of each other's sight.
They were rescued as tiny babies, along with their brother Jack (adopted with his surrogate brother, Mocha), and initially bottle-fed until they could eat on their own. Being human-reared as 'bottle babies,' they are extremely social with people. These girls are looking for a loving family to give them a forever home.
While Clover is pretty mellow, she is also playful. She especially likes it when you initiate play with her with toys. She is also happy to watch the world go by from a window or screen door. Clover loves getting attention and will try to get your attention if you are busy doing something without her - such as talking on the phone!
Clover's initial foster home had other cats and dogs and she was fine with both. We initially thought she might like being an only cat, but it looks like she will do best with the right feline buddy. Clover seems to be a little bored by herself - which has resulted in her being a little 'nippy' when she wants attention. This usually means a cat needs another cat to play with.
Clover came into our care after being found outdoors literally starving to death only weighing 4 pounds. She now weighs 8 pounds - her ideal weight. Clover is a happy and healthy girl who is now looking for a loving home of her own.
|Daisy & Roscoe|
DAISY is a little smaller than her brother, Roscoe, but just as active. She loves to chase and pounce on Roscoe just as much as he likes to do this to her! When Daisy is done playing, she either likes to curl up with Roscoe, or sit in your lap - purring away.
ROSCOE tends to be the leader, but probably only because he's a little bigger and faster than his sister! He adores Daisy and loves playing with her but also likes to go off and explore.
These sweet kitties came into our care as tiny babies from a local shelter.
|Fred & Georgie|
FRED (orange tabby, male) is the largest in the bunch, and has assumed the alpha position of this litter. He is very playful, but like his brother Georgie, is a charmer and cuddly boy.
GEORGIE (orange tabby, male) has beautiful blue eyes and it looks like his eyes are going to stay this color! He is very playful, but also cuddles when he gets tired. Georgie has a very loud purr motor.
These kittens have been exposed to kids and a cat-friendly dog. They came into our care, with their mom, Ginger, and sisters (Minnie, Nala, Rory & Sally) from a local shelter when they were itty bitty kittens - just 2 weeks old!
|Hayden & Harper|
HAYDEN (orange tabby) & HARPER (Siamese-mix) are a bonded brother pair who seek each other out for playtime and nap time. They have soft purr motors, love to play with toys, and interested in everything that goes on in their foster home.
These boys are comfortable with adult cats, large cat-friendly dogs, and elementary school-aged kids. They will do well in quiet to moderately active homes. They came into SPCA's care from a local farm via a local rescue group that focuses on trap/neuter/return programs.
Ike settles in easily into a new home and likes to explore his surroundings. He loves being petted and brushed and nudges your hand with his head until you give him a good scratch behind the ears. Ike likes hanging out with his human buddies but also needs to have other pets around to keep him company. Ike does well with both like-minded, low-key cats and dogs.
Ike was adopted out as a kitten with his sibling but returned to our care when his home became too active for him. Ike likes to be around activity, but his low-key personality is best suited for a relatively calm home environment.
Ike is on special prescription food to prevent crystals in his urine. He needs to stay on this special food for the rest of his life. Ike needs a caretaker who will be diligent about making sure he is kept 100% on this food and gets regular annual checkups at the vet.
Note: We waive adoption fees for special needs kitties like Ike.
Jackson is moderately playful and likes to entertains himself with kitty toys. He also likes to sit in kitchen chairs to survey an entire area. He is a curious cat who likes to explore new spaces. Jackson needs a home where his humans let him choose whether he wants to sleep on their bed at night.
We have not seen Jackson interact with other cats, but like most young males, we think he needs a sweet, moderately playful male feline buddy to keep him company. He came from a home with dogs and we're told he did well with them although we don't know if he co-existed or whether he really enjoyed their company. Jackson is also a 'social' eater - he often waits to eat his meal until you are sitting or standing next to him.
Jackson needs a quiet to moderately active home that suits his personality. This sweet boy came into our care after he was abandoned by a college student at the end of the school year. Jackson is lucky that a roommate brought him home to live with his parents until a new home could be found for him.
Jackson is a truly wonderful kitty who is looking for a home of his own.
|Joan Jett & Stevie Ray|
These kittens may be adopted together or separately into a home with another like-minded kitty companion.
JOAN JETT - True to her name, Joan Jett rocks 'n rolls through her days as a big personality in a small package. She is very outgoing and loves to keep her foster family entertained with her kitten antics and boisterous nature.
STEVIE RAY has a more subdued personality and is content watching movies with his foster family or playing chase with Joan. He also likes to keep a vigilant eye on the food bowl for a serving of wet food that magically appears twice a day.
These kittens have been exposed to dogs, adult cats and kids and are comfortable with any activity level in the household. They came into our care, along with the 4 other siblings (Meatloaf, Jackie, Cherie, & Lita - all adopted!) and their mom from outdoors. They have had lots of human interaction since they were 2 weeks old and are a good fit for any type of home.
|Katherine & Mason|
KATHERINE is a happy, friendly special needs girl who came into SPCA's care as a tiny kitten who fit into the palm of your hand. She was found by a young girl on the side of the road. Katherine has a slight head tilt and it sways back and forth a bit but this doesn't affect her balance - she has no problem walking a straight line or jumping up and down on things. She has been evaluated by a veterinary neurologist who says her slight neurological disorder is most likely caused by a congenital defect near her inner ear. Katherine functions well, her condition will not change over time and no medication is needed. However, her forever family needs to be patient when introducing her to new surroundings, and be sensitive to the impact loud noises have on her. When Katherine was 3 months old, she was introduced to Mason in her foster home. He has become her best buddy and her 'rock'.
MASON is a gorgeous fluffy orange kitty. He is a friendly kitty who is confident and mellow. He has a loud purr motor and loves to be cuddled by his foster family. Mason has active, playful moments but he's more of a couch potato! This sweet boy has also learned to watch over his buddy, Katherine. They are never far away from each other and make an interesting pair of lovable kitties. Mason was found outdoors all by himself as a young kitten by a mail carrier. He simply walked up and introduced himself! Who could resist taking in this orange ball of fur?
These kitties do fine with adult cats, laid-back, cat-friendly dogs and understanding kids. They are special kitties who are looking for a special home.
Mac likes to sprawl out on the floor to have his stomach rubbed, sometimes holding on to your hand with his paws to keep you from stopping. Mac likes to sleep on his own, preferring the floor or a quiet corner to the couch or bed. He does not initiate play on his own, but will engage with toys when presented to him. So get those cat toys ready to get him interested in playing!
Mac is still settling into his foster home after being rescued from outdoors. He is getting comfortable with his foster mom, growing more affectionate each day by rubbing up against her legs and nudging her hands when he wants to be petted. He is a little shy with new people, and loud, unfamiliar noises. Once he observes visitors in his foster home, he warms up to them easily. We haven't seen Mac interact with dogs, other cats or kids. He will adapt easiest to a relatively quiet home, probably as the only pet although he may do fine with a low-key, friendly feline.
Mac was found outside a McDonald's - scared and hungry. The kind woman who found him was able to pick him up, put him in the back seat of her car and drive him home. Obviously, Mac belonged to someone at some point. He's a sweet boy who doesn't deserve to be living on the streets!
Maple likes to follow her foster mom around the house, looking for any opportunity to sit on her lap, rub against her legs or jump to a higher spot to be within reach of her hand. Maple is very affectionate and needs a home where her caretaker(s) is around to give her lots of love and affection - such as someone who works from home some days of the week. A single person home who works long hours outside the home would not be the best arrangement for her - Maple would get lonely. She would also do fine with older, quiet kids and would love the added attention a family could give her.
Maple needs a quiet to moderately active household. It will take her just a few days or so to settle into a new home. Maple doesn't like to be left alone at night and wants to have the freedom to sleep on her guardian's bed at night. She loves sleeping in a cat bed her foster mom has provided for her. And, although exposed to dogs and other cats, Maple seems to be happiest as an only kitty.
Maple came into SPCA's care as a young from a local shelter as an expectant mother. She gave birth to her 2 kittens (Boots & Mittens - adopted!) two days after settling into her foster home. Now that her kittens have been adopted, Maple is ready for her forever home, too!
|Marbles - Adoption Pending!|
Marbles is timid toward other cats - he was often chased by other cats outdoors before coming into SPCA's care. Marbles needs a forever home - at least initially - as the only cat so he can settle in and feel safe and secure. He's comfortable around small dogs and may enjoy canine companionship.
Marbles is a sweet boy who is happy to finally be off the streets. He was a stray cat being fed by people in his neighborhood. With the weather turning cold, his guardians knew it was time to get Marbles off the streets for good!
Marbles is a sweetheart who is now ready for a loving home of his own!
|Minnie & Nala|
MINNIE is the bold, adventurous of the two. She is a bit more dominate than her sister, however equally as affectionate. When you open the door she comes bouncing up to greet you and shows you how much she missed you. Minnie loves to cuddle and never turns down a belly rub.
NALA is more submissive than her sister, but she is more playful. She loves string toys and is content for hours trying to catch the string. Nala also loves to play with her sister and often chases her down for a wrestling match. Just like Minnie, Nala is a very loving, affectionate girl who just wants to hang out with her humans.
These girls are siblings of Fred, Georgie, Rory and Sally. They have been exposed to kids and a cat-friendly dog. They came into our care, with their mom, Ginger, from a local shelter when they were itty bitty kittens - just 2 weeks old!
|Mira & Mimi|
MIRA is a sweet, friendly teenager. She is very people oriented and turns on her purr motor the minute she sees you. Mira loves to be petted and rubs up against you to show her affection. This sweet girl is also playful and quite adventurous. She loves playing with Mimi, batting toys around or pouncing on anything that moves. (Note: June 2016 - we just discovered Mira has a luxating patella in one of her back legs - knee cap slips out of place; we don't know yet if this can be managed or if she will need surgery at 1 year of age at SPCA's expense).
At one week of age, Mira was rescued from outdoors as an orphaned kitten with her siblings. Her surrogate mom, Olive, is Mimi's biological mom. Mira and Mimi have been together since they were about a week old.
MIMI is a sweet, low-key girl who likes hanging out with her surrogate sister, Mira. She is as soft as a bunny rabbit and loves to flop down on the floor and stretch out asking you to pet her! She loves to be petted and having her face stroked. Mimi loves being held and even at this young age is a lap cat! She is a tad bit shy and startles with loud noises so she will need a little time to adapt to a new home.
Mimi has very minor neurological challenges keeping her balance, but has learned to compensate amazingly well. She gets around just fine, has no problem using the litter box and does great playing with Mira. Sadly, Mimi's mom received a distemper vaccination at a local shelter when she was pregnant which has caused Mimi's condition.
These girls are waiting for a forever home of their own with no young children, dogs or other cats.
Being the diva that she is, Murissa likes hanging out with her foster mom and being petted behind her ears and on her neck. However, she does not like full body rubs and nips at your hand if you do this. Some cats are just a little too sensitive to being touched in certain places and Murissa is one of these kitties.
Murissa likes to sleep on her foster mom's bed at night but typically gets up in the middle of the night to wander around and find a new place to sleep. She has really come out of her shell in our care and we think Murissa will continue to become friendlier and probably more comfortable with being handled once she gets more comfortable in her new surroundings.
Murissa came into our care with a litter of kittens from a local shelter.
Pockets is also playful and good at keeping himself occupied with toys. He loves to empty out his toy box then carry toys around. Pockets is learning to play fetch with fuzzy balls, but sometimes forgets to bring them back to you!
Pockets needs a low-key, but playful, like-minded kitty to bond and play with. Pockets gets lonely when his human companions are away from home so having a feline buddy who likes other cats is important for him. Pockets needs a quiet home without young children now or in the future. He will also do best in a home that will be relatively stable over time (e.g., without lots of moving around).
Pockets was found outdoors covered in scabs and sores, and had a very thin coat with patches of missing fur. He was infested with fleas and had developed a secondary bacterial skin infection. His skin has healed and his coat has grown back so he is now a fluffy boy. Pockets has had occasional bouts of skin irritation so we think he has other allergies, possibly to food or environmental allergens. He is not currently on any medications but eats prescription hypoallergenic food.
Note: We waive adoption fees for special needs kitties like Pockets.
Quinn adapted almost immediately to his foster home and is great with the two resident dogs in his foster home. He is very accepting of the 8 1/2 year old Pug. They can be found laying close together on the bed at night or on the pet pillows in front of the sliding glass doors soaking up the sun and checking out the neighborhood activity. Quinn is quite playful with his foster parents' Lab/Boxer 10 month old puppy, Lucy. Quinn and Lucy love to talk to each other and play. We really want Quinn's forever home to have a cat-friendly dog to keep him company!
Quinn loves breakfast and dinner time. He practically runs you over to get to the kitchen and his bowl! Quinn likes human companionship and follow you around to see what is going on and if he can help!
Quinn was a skinny, stray kitty found outdoors by the neighbor of an SPCA volunteer. We have not seen Quinn interact with cats so we don't know how he would do with a feline buddy. But we know he does great with cat-friendly dogs. Quinn is a little ball of joy who will charm his way into your heart and hopefully your home!
|Rory & Sally|
RORY is initially a tad bit more shy than his sister, Sally. But once he's comfortable, Rory is very happy either playing or curling up next to you or Sally for a snooze. He has the sweetest little face and looks up at you adoringly. Rory and Sally's favorite thing is to chase each other while playing a game of leap frog. Rory loves to follow his sister around and you rarely find him far away from her.
SALLY is a sweet little girl who curls up next to you sleeping before you know it. She is a bit more outgoing than her brother, Rory, but equally as loving and affectionate. When Sally wants some loving, she gently touches you with her paw in the sweetest way. She can also be very playful and loves a game of chase with Rory. Sally is happiest with her humans and needs someone who can give her lots of affection.
These kittens have been exposed to kids and a cat-friendly dog. They came into our care, with their mom, Ginger, and siblings (Fred, Georgie, Minnie and Nala - adopted!) from a local shelter when they were itty bitty kittens - just 2 weeks old!
Ruby loves being around people and always wants to be where the action is. She follows her foster mom around everywhere. When she hears the door-bell ring, she runs to the door to greet whoever is there. Ruby is a very polite and well-behaved kitty who always uses her scratching posts and never jumps on the kitchen counter. Her favorite past-time is being brushed, which she loves even more than her treats. And speaking of treats, she is probably the only cat you'll find who stands up on her back legs to beg for treats!
Ruby is very playful and makes anything she can swat into a toy. She loves chasing a tennis ball - even though it belongs to her canine friend, Cassie! It took Ruby a little while to get use to Cassie, but now her favorite pass-time is waiting around corners and pouncing in front of Cassie when she walks by. Ruby adapts to various situations easily, from workmen fixing the floors, ambulances driving by, overnight guests, or vocal Superbowl parties.
Ruby will make a wonderful companion to a lucky person or family with older kids who can give this great kitty a forever home!
On his mellow side, Salvador loves to put his paws on his foster mom's shoulders and snuggle under her chin. He even likes to be picked up and held for short periods of time. Salvador has a nice purr motor, and appreciates being doted upon. This sweet boy is often content window watching and monitoring household activities. Salvador likes to sleep at the foot of one of the beds in his foster home.
However, Salvador has a playful side as well. He likes to play with toy mice, balls, crumpled up paper and feather teasers and responds to catnip-filled toys! Salvador also has short bursts of energy and scampers throughout his foster home looking for interactive play. He sometimes jumps out and 'ambushes' his foster family looking for interactive play. He can also get a little nippy when playing or when he's had enough petting. This type of play tells us that Salvador needs a feline buddy to chase, pounce on and wrestle with - but in a relatively gentle fashion.
Salvador has been in two different types of foster homes - one with both cats and cat-friendly dogs, and a second one as the only pet. It's clear that he needs feline interaction. And while he was not phased by the dogs in his previous foster home, he didn't interact with them much.
Salvador is looking for a quiet to moderately active home where he will get human interaction, and has at least one like-minded kitty to bond and play with. This sweet boy came into our care from a local shelter.
|Sheryl & Sadie|
SHERYL is the bold one of this duo. She doesn't hesitate to run right up to strangers for some playtime or petting. She also likes to bolt out the door of their 'kitten room' whenever she gets a chance. Sheryl loves curling up with and grooming her sister, and adores being petted and held when she is sleepy.
SADIE is a friendly girl, but hangs back at first when she sees new people or explores new things. She seems to gain confidence from her bolder sister, Sheryl. Sadie adores Sheryl and is often seen following her around. She also likes to cuddle with and groom her sister and, of course, playing with furry or fluffy toys!
These girls came into our care with their two brothers (adopted) after being found in someone's barn when they were young kittens.
|Snap, Crackle & Pop|
SNAP (male, tabby) (Adopted!) is the littlest of the trio with the biggest personality. He arches his back, tail high and purrs loudly whenever he anticipates getting attention from any one. Snap is bold and adventurous, loves feather wands. He will be a great little buddy for another like-minded feline companion. Snap will do well in any type of home environment, including a very active one.
CRACKLE (female, classic tabby) & POP (male, tabby) (Both still available!) aren't as gregarious as their brother, Snap, and are happy to keep each other entertained. They have soft purr motors and like chasing each other up and down the cat tree. Crackle & Pop can be adopted as a pair, with another compatible SPCA kitten or into a home with a compatible young feline. They need a forever home or homes either with adults or older, quieter kids would be fine.
All three have been exposed to adult cats and laid-back, cat-friendly large dogs. They are comfortable with both cats and dogs! They came into our care from outdoors after their mom was hit by a car.
|Tia - Adoption Pending!|
Even though Tia is an indoor-only kitty now, she won't hesitate to show you her lightning-fast speed to catch a toy or get to her next meal. She is a talkative kitty, especially when it comes to food. If you rub her head and talk to her sweetly, she purrs non-stop. Since she is just a 'teenager,' Tia needs some gentle reminders about house rules, such as not jumping up on kitchen counter tops.
Tia adapts well to new surroundings and needs another playful female kitty to bond and play with. She is a tiny cat - only about 7 pounds. Without a feline buddy, Tia is a bit too playfully rambunctious and can get a little nippy. Tia also needs a family to shower her with love and affection.
Tia was brought to the U.S. by a Peace Corp volunteer who just couldn't leave this sweet girl behind when she returned to the U.S. Tia is a little too energetic for the older kitty in this Peace Corp volunteer's home so she has asked for help finding Tia a new home with the right feline playmate.