Clyde has finding it hard to relax at the shelter after being surrendered. He was known to enjoy hanging with his people on the couch in his previous home, and we hope getting him out of the cage will help him get back to his normal self. An ideal foster home would have no kids and an experienced, patient guardian.
BLANKET, 3 YEARS, FEMALE
Blanket has recently started to reveal her personality at the shelter and we hope to keep up that momentum in a foster home. She's still tentative and a bit hissy, but is showing signs she really wants to be in a home with people. A kid-free home would be ideal, but we think she might do ok with other cats.
GENEVIEVE, 1-2 YEARS, FEMALE
Genevieve came to the shelter pregnant, shut down, and frozen, but more recently, she's come out of her shell, revealing her affectionate side. A quiet, kid-free home would suit her best, and she might do ok with other cats. Her rodent ulcers mean she'll need non-plastic bowls for for food and drinking, but should be curable with come care and attention.
TULIP (CALICO) AND JACK, 1-YEAR-OLD, FEMALE AND MALE
Tulip and Jack are an active pair looking for a space with a single room to start. The two might have FIP, and could need a fospice home. We'll provide all the supplies, medical care, and support you'll need.
DUBLIN AND WATSON, 2.5 YEARS, MALES
Dublin and Watson are both affectionate, though Dublin will need some time to trust his new people and surroundings. Both cats are comfortable with children, and Watson especially as the more confident of the two.
As we reach the middle of summer, more and more kittens find themselves growing up in the shelter with little opportunity to socialize with humans. That's why we started our Forgotten Kitten Project to get these kittens out of cages and into foster homes. Please reach out if you're interested in making a difference in the lives of young shelter cats.