We are sweet sisters Nala and Ivy! We are very loving and playful and we were born in April. We have a dog in our foster home and other adult cats that we get along with perfectly. We are gentle and would be good with children. We are very chill kittens and would be a loving addition to any home.
Ricky, born in early April, is an energetic, short-haired tabby with a sweet personality. He plays for long periods of time and often with his sisters and then naps a little. He is friendly with his foster dog and cat. Ricky should have either another kitten to live with or a lot of interaction with people to keep him happy. He has very good litter box habits. Fixed, tested, vaccinated and microchipped. Call Lisa for adoption info: (805) 964-0997
This momma cat jumped into a USPS vehicle looking for help one day before giving birth to six beautiful kittens. In honor of the Post Office we are calling her “Forever”. She has three remaining girls (Cherry, Plum and Apple) who are ready for adoption. These girls were born in March. Forever is very loving towards people and comfortable with dogs, but not a good fit in a home with other cats other than her kittens. The girls love humans as they have been around people from their first breath. They are adventurous and sweet. They have been exposed to a dog, but will take a little bit to warm up to a new dog.
All are litter trained, have their first two vaccinations and are spayed.
Call Valerie for adoption information: 805-234-2434
Lano, Possum, and Dillo are 1-year-old, bonded brothers who must be adopted together. They are dynamite cats, such characters, and so loving. They may take time to settle into their new home, then will keep you laughing, ‘awwwe’ing, and you will be celebrating your decision to adopt them together. They are inseparable, constantly sleeping with, playing with, and grooming each other.
Lano is an adorable and snuggly tuxedo kitty who will ‘mew’ to you and kiss your hand before nuzzling his head into your palm. His foster mom calls him “Baby Cat” because he will absolutely look to you as a parent.
Dillo is a large, dark, chocolatey-brown buddy who relishes your pets and cuddles. His extreme contentment leads to a loving (and light) drool while he makes muffins into his favorite fluffly cat bed.
Possum is a big, gorgeous tuxedo, who is a bit on the shy side, then he will follow you room to room and rub your legs any time you sit down. He is loyal, affectionate and will give you the most heart-meltingly love-filled gazes you can imagine.
Fixed, vaccinated, microchipped, tested and their adoption includes a voucher for a free vet exam.
Born in March, these three social and loving brother kittens are ready to find their forever homes, separately or together.
Jimmothy is friendly, outgoing, and loves to sit in your lap or play at your feet. He will do well with small children and gets along great with other cats. He would likely do fine with a cat-friendly dog.
Hank the Tank is the biggest boy in the bunch with a huge heart to match! He’s playful and loves to jump up on your lap for attention. He has a big purr to go with his big personality! He would be amazing with kids, does well with other cats, and would do well with a mellow dog.
Tim is the smallest of the litter and is a happy, healthy boy who can’t wait to find his forever family. He’s very sweet and will sit on your shoulder while you work, like a parrot! Tim is very social and would do well with older children. He gets along well with other cats, but he’s a bit nervous around dogs so ideally a home with no dogs or he may do well with an older, quiet dog.
Neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and each of their adoptions comes with a free vet exam voucher. All are healthy and have wonderful household and litter box habits.
Simon is a tender-hearted and gentle 2-year-old, gray and white, short-haired buddy. He will be very shy until he settles into his new home but will become an adoring companion to his new family. Simon was originally adopted with his brother, but as they got older, Simon became aggressive with his brother (but not with his ‘sister’ cat or the family’s dogs). Simon would love to be your only male cat, and he will likely do very well with dogs and older, cat-savvy kids. He is healthy, has wonderful household habits, and will be a sweetheart to his new family.
Fixed, vaccinated, microchipped, and his adoption includes a free vet exam voucher.
Suki is a 1-year-old, white and gray, short-haired sweetheart with a pink nose and golden eyes. She loves to be near you; will approach you with head-bunts and nuzzles; and will purr with immense joy as you pet her. She is mellow, affectionate, playful, and is comfortable being independent during her humans’ time away from home.
Tenderhearted, sweet Suki has a sassy side; she may nip (lightly or not-so-lightly) when she is done receiving attention and wants alone time… while laying right next to you. She is looking for a quiet home without kiddos that is understanding of her slightly-mischievous nip, where she can be the only cat or have mellow canine or feline companions who won’t crowd her space. She will settle in quickly and will add warmth, humor, and an ounce of unpredictability to her new home.
Fixed, vaccinated, microchipped, tested, and her adoption includes a free vet exam voucher.
My name is Spirit. I am a female black manx cat and I am about 8 years old. I need a forever home because my owner had to go to a nursing home.
I like to be the “only cat” and I don’t like other cats. My owner was elderly and we didn’t have many visitors, so I am also shy around people. But if you are patient and give me a chance to get to know you, I will be your best friend. I love to be held and petted and will sit in your lap to watch TV. I play with balls and feathers and strings and I love high places, especially cat trees. And I love to have my belly scratched. I am easy to handle and will let you trim my claws. I especially like you to hold my little manx tail. I purr a lot and will talk to you when I want attention. I may be shy at first but I love to explore and will make myself at home with you quickly.
I use the litter box well and eat both wet & dry food. If you want an affectionate solo companion cat who likes a quiet life, I am the cat for you!
Fixed and microchipped!
Cally Lynette for adoption information: 805-556-0717
Monet is a one year old, green-eyed diluted tortie (gray & peach) who was recently rescued from the Tally Ho Creek area after the flooding.
Monet loves being pet and will roll around to help you get every spot, including her belly! She will even let you know she wants a little attention by giving a cute meow. When someone walks in the same room as her she runs over to wherever it is most convenient to get some human attention.
She is currently in a home with 2 dogs and another cat without any issues. However, she is an independent cat and chooses to hang out on her own. Monet also enjoys treats over toys and will come running when she sees what you have!
Fixed, tested, vaccinated and microchipped. Monet’s adoption includes a voucher for a free vet visit.
My name is Lizzie or later dubbed in my foster home “Goddess Divine”. I am a 6 year young black cat that was left behind when my original family moved from the neighborhood. I am admired for my intensity, regal demeanor, majestic, intelligent, and for my heartwarming greetings upon your daily entering your home by an adoring cat. That would be me! I am quite a Goddess…I enjoy being the spotlight in my foster home. I get along with my two other male foster mates. There are few things in life more heartwarming than to be welcomed by Goddess Divine…I am fastidious, discerning, and impeccably well groomed. I live for warm sunbeams, and I am just plain gorgeous. If you find your kitty becoming your best friend faster than you thought possible, don’t worry—it’s totally normal to fall under the black cat’s lovable spell of Goddess Divine.
Sima and Beegee are sisters born June 2022 looking for a sympathetic home to accommodate their shyness.
Sima is a Tortie Point Siamese with arctic blue eyes and gorgeous markings. Once Sima warms up, she is an absolute sweetheart; she may flop over for belly rubs and she has the most beautiful purr.
Beegee is a brown tabby and was the smallest of her litter; she tolerates humans but absolutely loves her sister and other cats. She is highly independent, and at this stage, prefers to be pet on her head, chin and neck. She will continue to socialize (at her own pace), and may never be a highly-affectionate kitty.
Both love to explore the house; it is a joy to watch them race between cat towers and play games with adult cats. Both are part Siamese and highly dexterous; they can pick up food and toys with their hands, and Sima, especially, will balance on her hind legs while a string bobs above her in the air. Sima will ‘trill’ to you to say hello or call to her sister (and Beegee comes running to her side). They are an adorable pair.
These two wonderful girls have perfect litter box and household habits and would do best in an adult-only home; they will do well with dogs and other cats.
They are fixed, up to date on vaccinations, microchipped, and their adoption comes with a free first vet exam voucher.
Henri is a one-year-old ‘bullseye’ tabby with radiantly-orange fur. He is looking for a home that has experience with cats, big hearts, and who will diligently provide his twice-per-day medications, special food, and the affection that Henri needs to thrive.
Henri adores his human(s) and is grateful for every moment of attention. Once he knows you, he will look into your face (through squinted eyes) with the greatest love and gratitude. He will nuzzle his face into yours, and his motor of a purr will tell you how extremely happy he is. He spends his days curled up on his favorite cat perch with his best friend “Possum” (a beloved stuffed animal that he snuggles with), and he can be playful, especially at night. Henri seeks comfort, contentment, and love over exploits and adventures. He is a very mellow sweetheart.
Henri was likely exposed to a toxin before birth or has a congenital defect that causes lower-than-average musculature. He has no problems getting around, but his condition causes his eyes to be a little sunken in (because his eye muscles aren’t holding them forward), so his eyelids overlap. Because he seems ‘different’ to other cats, he is an easy target for bullying. Henri loves other cats, most especially kittens- oh does Henri love kittens! He would be a fabulous only-cat or would do well in a home with other cats that will treat Henri nicely. He will also likely do well with gentle, mellow dogs and in an adult-only home.
Henri is unique. He is beloved. He is seeking a home that is truly looking to rescue a cat in need and provide unconditional love and care for life. His special urinary food (to prevent crystals) and medications (1 oral steroid and 3 eye ointments) make Henri a more costly kitty to care for than average. He should continue to see a feline ophthalmologist at least once per year. If you would like to be a part of Henri’s rescue and his forever home, please get in touch.
For adoption info, call Kristin Perl (805) 550-9064