Rusty and Ralph
Rusty and Ralph had lived together for years when their person had to move to a hospital and was unable to care for them. Ralph, the red tabby, is a Manx and was born in 2005; he loves to cuddle and to be carried around. Rusty, the lighter red tabby and white with AMAZING blue eyes, is a little more cautious about new people, but once he gets to know you, he will follow you around, asking to be petted. During February 2015, adopt both for the regular adoption fee of just one. Apply to adopt here.
Mamie and Tigger
Mamie and Tigger started their lives in 2011 as feral (wild) kittens . After a while, they decided the indoor life, with food, water, shelter, cuddling, and toys provided, was more to their taste. Tigger especially enjoys laps, while Mamie prefers to share chairs with Tigger only (but you’re welcome to give her plenty of petting!) During February 2015, adopt both for the regular adoption fee of just one. Apply to adopt here.
MAMIE AND TIGGER HAVE BEEN ADOPTED!
Almond Joy and Lily
Have you met Almond Joy and Lily? These sweet ladies, sisters born in fall 2008, will make you forget all about the freezing temps when they snuggle up on your lap. During February 2015, adopt both for the regular adoption fee of just one. Apply to adopt here.
ALMOND JOY AND LILY HAVE BEEN ADOPTED!
Little Kohl was found at a department store in Lincoln (guess which one!). He was not even two months old at the time, was dirty, thin, and had been injured, probably by an adult cat. He was one lucky kitten to have been found by a kind person who got him to The Cat House.
Kohl, whose birthday is estimated to be around October 1, 2014, is healthy now and ready to be adopted. He’s a playful little guy who would like to go to a home with another kitten or young cats who would enjoy running around the house at top speed, chasing toy mice, and then cuddling. You can apply to adopt Kohl here.
KOHL HAS BEEN ADOPTED!
Lynnie is a laid-back and calm sweetheart. She came to us as an expectant mother, but her kittens have been adopted and now Lynnie is ready for a home of her own. Lynnie gets along with other cats. She hasn’t been around dogs (as far as we know) but we think it’s likely that she would get along fine with cat-friendly dogs, after a gradual introduction. She’s likely to do well with children, too.
Lynnie’s birthdate is estimated to be around March 2011. If you’re looking for a calm, but playful and cuddly, cat, you need to meet Lynnie! Apply to adopt her here.
LYNNIE HAS BEEN ADOPTED!