Cats Available for Adoption
We have once again opened up applications for our fabulous felines. Please continue to check here for our available cats.
If you have already applied and not been contacted, we are doing our best to reach out to you. Unfortunately we are not able to contact each of you personally. When we feel we have a cat that matches your application, we will be in touch. Thank you for your patience.
PALS will continue to do adoptions by appointment only. While we’re eager to get back to saving more lives, our first priority is for the health and safety of our staff and the public.
That’s why adoptions will be made by appointment only, Saturday & Sunday until further notice, and only those with an appointment will be permitted inside.
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These beauties are currently available in our adoption center. Please complete an adoption application if interested.
Rocky is a stunning five-year-old all gray male with a white tuft under his chin. Rocky is a low energy boy who likes to hang on the couch or in a sunny window. He prefers woman and girls to men from what we have seen. He may have had a bad experience with men in his past which is unknown to us.
5 year old male
Bubbles & her sister Ricky were surrendered to PALS. Bubbles is sweet, loving and playful. She has lived with young children and a dog.
4 year old female
Norman is a high energy five-year-old male who was picked up as a stray. Norman has recently had successful eye surgery (entropian) and is finding much relief. Norman is loving and affectionate and craves attention. He may do well with another active cat but that remains to be see. His new family would have older children as well.
5 year old Male
Bonita is a beautiful long-haired tortoiseshell. She was picked up by animal control after being fed by a kind resident for months. She is shy at first but enjoys petting. Bonita prefers woman to men and will do best in a quiet adult only home or apartment as an only pet.
3 year old female
Piper is a stunning light brown tabby who recently gave birth to five beautiful babies. Now that the babies have moved on, it is Piper’s time to shine. Everyone who meets this sweet girl falls in love. Piper has tested FIV positive. Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is a virus that affects only cats. It is not the same as feline AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome of cats). Although the virus weakens the cat’s immune system, FIV-positive felines can live long lives -— in fact, just as long as FIV-negative cats. FIV-positive cats pose no risk to humans, and if they’re not aggressive, they pose little to no risk to other felines. Piper will need to be adopted out of her foster home. Our Adoption Coordinator will set this up for approved applicants.
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1 year old female