Tofu came to Cat Town like so many of our younger cats, with notes from Oakland Animal Services that say she was a stray, prone to hissing, and a little hard to handle. Now at around 3 months old, Tofu gets gets regular visits from specially trained volunteers and staff, who offer treats and pets.
Six is just over 4 months old and was also taken to Oakland Animal Services as a stray. Cat Town brought her to the Studios about a week ago, and in that time he has started to relax and enjoy visits with volunteers. We've found he is quick to purr for food and likes chin scratches.
We will be working with these two and all of our cats here at The Studios, tracking their progress getting them ready to meet their potential adopters.
In the meantime, check out all of our black (and nearly all black tuxedo) cats who are up for adoption now. Qualified adopters get half off adoption fees this week in honor of Black Cat Appreciation Day, which the internet will be celebrating this Thursday, Aug. 17.
Kitten Program Manager
Cat Town is working to help other rescues across the country replicate our work with Forgotten Kittens thanks to a generous grant from Maddie’s Fund. First visit to the Cat Town blog? Learn more about our Forgotten Kitten Project in our regular Kitten Wire dispatches.