Glen started his life outdoors, on his own, but that life didn’t suit him – he moved to The Cat House for a while, and then found a home of his own. Glen is a gentle soul, and was unfortunately being bullied by other cats in the household, so he came back to us. Glen does enjoy the company of other laid-back cats. His birth date is estimated to be in early 2007. You can submit an application to adopt Glen here.
GLEN HAS BEEN ADOPTED!
In spite of Connelly’s serious expression in this picture, he is a playful cat who enjoys toys and other cats. Connelly was estimated to have been born in early 2015. He was found as a stray cat in Texas, and brought to Nebraska by a shelter trying to help out the overcrowded Texas facility. Connelly was found to have FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus), a condition that suppresses his immune system, and that shelter transferred Connelly to The Cat House. Cats with FIV can live a normal lifespan with minimal extra care; ask our volunteers for more information. Apply to adopt Connelly here.
CONNELLY HAS BEEN ADOPTED!
Kermit is an outgoing and loving guy, born in 2011. He originally came to us as a stray kitten, and was adopted. His adopters became unable to care for Kermit due to other family obligations, so Kermit returned to The Cat House. He enjoys attention and would be a great addition to your family! Apply to adopt Kermit here.
If you’re looking for a cat who wants to play, play, play, you should meet Mona. She was born in early 2015 and still has a lot of kitten in her. She has a lot of energy and would do best with another young cat to help burn it off. Apply to adopt Mona here.
Riley is a little shy when you first meet him, but loves to be petted once he gets to know you. He was born in mid-2014 and initially had to fend for himself on the streets of Lincoln. He decided that’s no life for a cat, and found his way to The Cat House. Apply to adopt Riley here.
RILEY HAS BEEN ADOPTED!