Most Saturdays from 11-3 in front of PETCO at Madonna Plaza in San Luis Obispo, and some Saturdays in the South County. Call for an update at 805-549-9228 x701 or Lynette at 805-556-0717. Come by and say hello.
Galen is a solid grey Russian Blue “wannabe”. He has the loudest purr-infallible personality. He and his solid black brother “Leroy” are devoted and do not think they are cats. They were bottle raised since only a few days of age. They love kids, dogs and vacuums. Call Julie at 610-306-1662 if you are interested in adopting one or both of these kittens.
We have had the pleasure of hand-raising these two babies. At age 2-3 days old, they were found on the Cal Poly campus covered in red ants, very ill and very seriously unstable–our foster home pulled them through. The pair are devoted, and we would love for them to be adopted together. MORE FUN IN PAIRS! Cal (the tabby with white) wants only to be held and cuddled. Poly (the patched-color tabby) is the brains behind the operation but also very cuddly. Both kittens are solid on love, litter box habits and will not disappoint. They are used to other cats and kittens and to a cat-friendly dog (a yellow lab) and a 7 year old child. They are also good with vacuums, mops, talk radio, brooms and you name it! They are not good with anything related to the outdoors. Bottle-raised kittens are NOT street smart. They do not realize they are a cat; they relate much better to the fact that they are people that live indoors for the most part. Please consider these two kittens. They are being overlooked because they are 12 weeks old instead of 8 weeks old–SO SILLY! They are fixed, fully vaccinated, combo tested and wormed. HEALTHY and purrfect! Feline Network adoption fee applies–$80.00 for the pair. Call Julie if you are interested in adopting them. 610-306-1662
She was known as “Frank” on the streets. Begging from house-to-house until she parked herself–literally in a car engine. An assistant to a kind gentleman eventually realized this was no life for such a sweet baby. See the grease stains on her white fur? Rescued by The Feline Network–she now goes by “Frankie”–a kitten approximately 4 months old. She is extremely outgoing and friendly and has a purr that outshines the motor she was found in and a persistent MEOW that lets you know she wants to be kept on the inside of your home this time! Frankie’s only request is that she is placed into a home WITHOUT other cats/kittens. She is not fond of sharing her space. She can also be quick with her paw if you move too fast. She was most likely abused by the hand of an uncaring human. Move slowly and speak softly to her, and she is in complete adoration mode. Got feathers? This girl LOVES to play with cat toys! Frankie is being spayed early next week, has had her first set of vaccines, and has been wormed and feline combo tested. She is healthy and just needs the happiness of a purr-ever home. Interested? Please call Julie at 610-306-1662. Adoption fee is $60 to The Feline Network.
Fern (black and white with a dot on her nose) is cute as a button, loving and playful. She purrs up a storm when snuggled or scratched on her back. She gets along well with other cats. She has been introduced to small dogs but is not yet comfortable with them. Violet (black and white) is more of an observer but when comfortable, plays like crazy. She loves chasing string. She would be very happy with a litter mate or another friendly cat in the home or lots of attention from her owner. She has also been introduced to small dogs but is not yet comfortable with them. Call Lynette at 805-556-0717 if you are interested in adopting one of these cute kittens.
Harvey (grey and white) is a sweet and outgoing kitten who loves to explore. He is very friendly and loves to play with his brother, Oliver. Oliver (orange tabby) is an adorable and affectionate little guy. Once he gets to know you, he loves to snuggle up and purr. Both Oliver and his brother, Harvey, are best friends with the dogs in their foster home. Contact Rebecca at 805-264-3596 if you are interested in adopting Harvey or Oliver.
Rigby is drop dead gorgeous. He is totally coming out of his shell and is AMAZING. He is a serious kitten–always has been. He gets along best with adult cats (his dream is to be cuddled by a full grown cat pal), but he also adores his siblings, Jack, Bennett and Matthew. He is playful but not the first one to come greet you and cuddle. He resembles a Bengal–with the exception of the white markings on his paws and nose. He is a sturdy kitten who would make a great addition to a more quiet home. He is not a fan of loud young children. He likes dogs though very much. Please call Julie at 610-306-1662 if you are interested in adopting Rigby.
Bob is a beautiful orange and white neutered male Manx kitty who likes to be held but is still a bit shy and needs some TLC. He has a little 2-inch tail and a “heart” on his left shoulder. He lives with other cats and dogs in his foster home. He is with Tabitha in this picture, and she has been adopted.
Sweetie is a gentle, indoor kitty who suffered brain damage while being spayed. She has lived with her senior owner for two years, but now the owner is in a senior care facility and cannot take care of Sweetie. Please think about giving Sweetie a permanent indoor home. She is gentle and walks with a pronounced limp. Her back legs sometimes buckle underneath her. She does not run and has limited climbing ability. She would be a great indoor pet for anyone who wants a calm, loving and pet-able cat. Please call Tom at Hay Printing at 805-772-3947 if you would like to give Sweetie a loving home.
This calico Manx mom is very beautiful and friendly and has a two inch tail that wags like a dog’s. Her little male orange and white kitten also has a short tail and is a little shy but likes to be carried around and with a little more love will be a sweetheart. He has medium length hair. Please call Lynette at 805-556-0717 if you are interested in adopting one or both of them.
Mr. Fluff (a drop dead gorgeous Maine Coon fabulous fake) and his side-kick, Brother Bear, are devoted siblings who ended up homeless. These two are truly a good pair. Fluff (note his amazing feather boa tail) is extremely affectionate but a little shy. Brother Bear is very shy but a gentle spirit. Brother will warm up eventually to his people given proper introduction and time. He truly needs the confidence that Fluff gives him! These teens are easy-keepers, get along with other cats very well and have lived with a dog. They are about 8 months old and litter box trained. They have been indoors and outdoors but could be indoor/outdoor in the right environment. They have been neutered, tested for disease, fully vaccinated and are in foster care through The Feline Network. Please call Lynette at 805-556-0717 if you are interested in adopting them.
Apollo is a male medium-hair orange and white cat who is in the pink bed. His brother, Alley Oop, is also orange and white and is in the dark blue bed. Alley Oop has short hair and more white on his body than Apollo. They are both friendly, sweet, active young cats who are living peacefully with dogs in their foster home. Call Annie at 805-473-1355 if you are interested in adopting Apollo or Alley Oop.
We have spayed/neutered healthy cats with shots that may be skittish but need safe homes with some kind of shelter from the elements. Feed and water them daily and they won’t let you down.