WANTED: HUMAN TO LOVE
Feral Cat FOCUS foster cats are friendly & socialized cats and kittens taken out of feral cat colonies during Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return projects. Wouldn’t you love to have someone to snuggle with? Visit “Adoptables” to meet some of our cats available for adoption
NEED A LOVING COMPANION?
WE HAVE A CAT FOR THAT!
Feral Cat FOCUS foster cats are socialized cats and kittens taken out of feral cat colonies during our Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return projects. We do not have a shelter—all of our cats and kittens live in our volunteer foster homes.
Pets that have uprooted from their homes, or have had difficult beginnings are likely to bond completely and deeply with their new human caretakers who they view as heroes. Once they are adopted, however, they usually want nothing more than to please their new hero—YOU!
Many factors determine which applicant will be matched with a particular pet. Our goal is to place cats into homes that will best suit their individual needs. An adoption fee is generally requested to help cover costs of spaying or neutering and vaccinations.
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“PAPA” (EIGHT REASONS TO ADOPT A BLACK CAT)
1. A black cat is a great accessory to any outfit…they go with everything!
2. Black cats have a “black belt” in cuddling.
3. Black is very slimming – holding your cat will make you look extra-slender.
4. Black cats are awesome & beautiful…no home should be without one!
5. The myth that black cats are bad luck is just silly.
6. The amount of love they’ll give will make you feel like the luckiest person alive.
7. Your cat doesn’t care what color YOUR hair is!
8. They make you look beyond the surface to find true love and beauty.
Papa is a youthful 3-4 year old black male. Papa is a companion – he loves people so much. Per Papa’s foster dad, “I honestly don’t think I’ve ever felt more love from a cat. This guy sleeps by my head every night. If I let him downstairs he’s by my side on the couch the whole time”. Papa has so much love to give and loves to be around people more than anything. As much as Papa loves people, other cats, not so much. He is not aggressive to other cats, he just doesn’t like them. His foster home has two older cats and there are almost no problems. If one gets too close to Papa he might give the other cat a swat. The older cats just learn to give him a little space. The younger cats in Papa’s foster home aren’t so accommodating. They want to play, chase and stalk Papa but he doesn’t know it’s a game and trouble ensues (it is best not to leave him alone with “adolescents”).
Papa bit his foster dad the first week in his foster home while he was still confined. His foster dad was petting Papa and Papa was really enjoying it. Papa had a little issue then – maybe just nervousness in his new environment with people and noises and cats he didn’t know. His foster home reports that biting is not an issue anymore. If Papa tried to nip his foster dad stopped petting him and said “no” and Pappa learned fast not to do it again. One truly great thing about Papa is he is very responsive to “no”.
The perfect home for Papa is someone looking for a wonderful companion and who does not have aggressive cats. Papa is available for adoption on his own, but if you have room for two, we think living with an older cat like Kelly would work out well for Papa. (They would make a really good pair up actually). Papa has been neutered and vaccinated for rabies and distemper. If think you have the perfect home for Papa, we’d love to hear from you. Please email email@example.com (include your name, phone number and name of the cat you are interested in).
Certified Pre-Owned Cat
TODAY’S SPECIAL: “KELLY”
• Gently used, plenty of good miles left
• Engine still purrs like new
• Standard 4-paw drive
• 100,000 purr warranty
• Just ask and we’ll show you the catfax
“It takes a long time to get this sweet. You want a kitten? Aw, come on. So go check out the kittens and when you’re ready for a mature relationship come back to me.”
Kelly is very sweet, loves treats and loves being petted. He is a 12 year old orange tabby. When he first came to Feral Cat FOCUS he was a little nervous and all hisses and growls. After a week in his foster home “safe place” Kelly turned into a real sweetheart. He is now coming out to explore. His foster home doesn’t get any bad vibes from Kelly now. He rubs against his foster dad’s legs and purrs a lot. Lots of noises still make Kelly a little nervous so a quiet home that’s not too chaotic will be the best for him. Kelly is good with other cats in his foster home and there doesn’t seem to be any issues (but proper introductions are a must if there are other pets in the home). Kelly likes to lounge, eat and curl up on your lap. Sure, there’s always time to play, but let’s be honest here — he’d rather just chill in a warm sun beam and gather his thoughts until you have time to scratch behind his ears. Kelly is neutered and vaccinated for rabies and distemper. He deserves a cozy bed in a warm patch of sunlight. He will bring a sense of fun and joy into your home. He’s just looking for a place to rest his paws and relax. If think you have the perfect home for Kelly, we’d love to hear from you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org (include your name, phone number and name of the cat you are interested in).
“I love you already – and we’ve only just met through a picture.”
3 Years – Female
Likes: Toys, playing and snuggling!
I’m a petite, outgoing lady who’s looking for something purr-manent.
I need someone who be wishes to adored by a kitty!
Are you the one? Let’s make it official!
Emma is a little beauty – a darling very friendly girl. She appears to have been in a home in the not so distant past. Emma is too nice of a lady to return to the streets. Her house manners are excellent; but it’s her loving attitude that makes her shine. This little lady is a genuine love bug. If you want a kitty to be your constant companion, Emma is your girl. She’s not intrusive – she just likes to be near her peoples. Emma gets along well with the other kitties in her foster home and does not appear to be petrified of dogs. She did approach the small dog in her foster home but is cautious around the large dog in her foster home. Emma has been spayed and vaccinated for rabies and distemper. She also had some dental work done. This precious ball of purrs sure would like to be part of your family! If think you have the perfect home for Emma, we’d love to hear from you. Please email email@example.com (include your name, phone number and name of the cat you are interested in).
It Doesn’t Get Much Cuter, Folks
Adopt This Kitten! (and his adorable brother!)
Henry (grey) and Oscar (black and white) are brothers about 10 weeks old. These two kittens had a rough start to life. They were found outside fending for themselves at only a few weeks old. They have gone from being classed as semi-feral to now simply being a little shy. Since they were rescued their progress has been stellar. They are adapting to life indoors and are becoming more and more confident every day. Henry and Oscar are quickly learning the delights of being pampered pets.
Henry loves ear rubs and playing with any string he can find. Oscar’s favorite pastime is rolling around with catnip-infused toys. They have even both become friends with the adult resident cats!
This duo is so sweet together. They are extremely bonded with one another, so they need to be adopted together. Henry and Oscar are looking for a caring and compassionate home that will help build their confidence and understand they are a bit shy when meeting new people. Though they may be shy with new humans at first, their playful personalities will shine through as they begin to feel comfortable and safe. For this reason, a home without small children would be preferable. They will be neutered prior to adoption.
Are you the perfect home that will help these boys grow into the love-y, confident cats they’re destined to be. If think you are we’d love to hear from you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org (include your name, phone number and cat you are interested in).