READY FOR A FOREVER HOME

These beautiful babies are looking for a home to call theirs forever. Please be sure to read their bios to learn more about them! If you are interested in adoption, please click here to fill out the application.

Prior to adoption, our animals are spayed/neutered, have received age-appropriate vaccinations, are microchipped, and are flea and parasite-free. Cats and kittens older than 6 months of age are also tested for FiV/FeLv.

Adrian

21 months old; female

Spayed, vaccinated, FiV/FeLv negative, microchipped

Special needs

Adrian is a sweet and sassy young adult who is our longest Charlie's Army resident. She loves to cuddle at night and will wake you up with adorable chirps while making biscuits on your chest! She is very easygoing with new people and also gets along with well-behaved dogs.

Adrian suffered spinal trauma prior to coming to the rescue. This trauma has caused her to have urine and minor fecal incontinence. Adrian needs to have her bladder expressed twice per day.  She does have minor fecal incontinence where some of her feces may not always make it into the litter box (her feces is solid and easy to clean up).

Expressing a cats bladder is VERY easy to learn and takes little time once you get into a routine.

Opie and Snipe

Opie

3 years old; male

Neutered, vaccinated, FiV/FeLv negative, microchipped

Opie is an active cat whose favorite thing to do is sunbathing and bird watching. He loves his toys and his brother and grew up in a home with other cats, dogs, and reptiles.

Snipe

2 years old; male

Neutered, vaccinated, FiV/FeLv negative, microchipped

Snipe is an ultra-sweet boy who is a little shy at first, but once he warms up to you will be your best friend. Snipe craved attention and will smother his human with lots of love and kisses. Snipe also grew up in a home with other cats, dogs, and reptiles.

bonded pair - must be adopted together!

Janet

6 months old; female

Spayed, vaccinated, FiV/FeLv negative, microchipped

Requires medical follow up in 6 months

Janet adores people, cats, and especially dogs. She lives with two dogs in her foster home and will play wrestle with them and doesn’t even mind being chased a little. She is absolutely fearless and very confident. She is excellent at playing fetch with mice and will even bring them all the way back to you. After a good round of that, she is ready to cuddle up in your lap purring or sit in her window seat watching the neighborhood commotion. Janet would love a home with animal companions of any kind and humans that will shower her with the love and attention she deserves.

Janet suffered an acute kidney injury after her spay surgery in January 2021. She is currently considered recovered from the injury, however, she will need follow-up blood work in 6 months to ensure no long-term damage.