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Meet Our Catchelors and Catchelorettes!
You may have heard that the shelter is temporarily closed because of Covid protocols, but that hasn’t stopped our kitties (and their human friends) from having some fun!
Discover the inside secrets of our eligible Catchelors and Cathelorettes on the Kitty Dating Game!
- What is Venus’s favorite spot for pets?
- How about Jack Frost’s favorite place to nap?
- If kitty “007” invited you over for dinner, what would be on the menu?
These questions and more will be answered on the Kitty Dating Game! Every few days we will release a new Kitty Dating Game video here, so stop back often!
And if you want to support your favorite Catchelors or Catchelorette by “swiping right” and sponsoring, you may find yourself in the long-distance relationship of your dreams.
CATCHELORETTE – ROSE
It’s the final episode of The Kitty Dating Game! Today, we have a special cat-testant named, Rose, and a SURPRISE for you at the end of this episode!
This catchelorette came to us when her human companion moved and wasn’t able to take her to the new location. She is a dominant diva who would do best in a a home without other cats. She wants ALL of your love!
Her ideal match would have no children or children over age eight (who could be gentle with her and appreciate her diva-ness). It would also be a home that would make sure to give her urinary tract food, and help her lose a little weight.
If you are feeling a love connection with Rose, but can’t adopt a kitty right now, consider sponsoring her stay with us HERE. We’re opening again soon, and when we do, you can book an adoption appointment to meet Rose HERE.
Watch the videos and support all of our past cat-testants on The Kitty Dating Game!
CATCHELOR – LUCKY
On this episode of The Kitty Dating Game, we have Lucky, a very sweet 2-year-old catchelor who loves to be pet and snuggled. This lover was returned to us, because he was getting stressed with all the kids who were coming over.
This cat-testant does well with adult friendly cats, but he’s not a fan of kittens, and he definitely doesn’t like dogs. Lucky would do best in a home that is quieter without the hustle and bustle of kid activity.
If you are feeling a love connection with Lucky, but can’t adopt a kitty right now, consider sponsoring his stay with us HERE. We’re opening again soon, and when we do, you can book an adoption appointment to meet Lucky HERE.
CATCHELOR – ARCHIE
Today’s cat-testant is a 10-month-old kitty named, Archie, who was rescued as a stray by a loving person. This catchelor is shy and needs lots of time to feel comfortable around humans. He is especially fond of his friend, Addie, (and they will have to be adopted as a pair.)
This catchelor will play with the wand and loves the laser pointer. Archie needs a chance to be in a loving home where the family members have no expectations for him.
Cat-testants like Archie need more time in our shelter. If you are feeling a love connection with Archie, but can’t adopt a kitty right now, consider sponsoring his stay with us HERE. We’re opening again soon, and when we do, you can book an adoption appointment to meet Archie HERE.
CATCHELORETTE – ADDIE
Today’s cat-testant is a 9-month-old kitty named, Addie, who was rescued as a stray by a loving person. This catchelorette loves to play with the wand and play with her kitty buddies. She is especially fond of her friend, Archie, (and they will have to be adopted as a pair.)
This catchelorette is a very shy kitty and needs lots of patience to allow her to come to the realization that her human buddies are okay too. We’re sure we can purrsuade her over time.
Addie has come a long way while in the shelter and loves to play with you and occasionally will let you touch her if she is playing with her favorite toy like a wand or a turbo scratcher.
Cat-testants like Addie need more time in our shelter. If you are feeling a love connection with Addie, but can’t adopt a kitty right now, consider sponsoring her stay with us HERE. We’re opening again soon, and when we do, you can book an adoption appointment to meet Addie HERE.
CATCHELORS – SAMMY AND OLIVER
BREAKING NEWS: Sammy and Oliver have found their MATCH, and are now living in their furrever home! Hurray!
Today we have two 3-1/2-year-old Catchelors who want to steal your heart, Sammy and Oliver. These two brown tabby boys are very laid back and need to go to their new family as a pair. Don’t let their laid back nature fool you. Sammy can play with the best of them, and Oliver will cheer him on.
They are looking for a match in an adult home or maybe a home with older kids. They both have been around a mellow dog, but they are skittish with young children. They were surrendered by a woman who moved to senior living and sadly cannot take them with her.
We’re opening again soon, and when we do, you can book an adoption appointment to meet these cat-testants HERE. If you’d like to support these eligible catchelors’ stay with us, you can sponsor them HERE.
CATCHELOR #3 – “007”
Catchelor #3, “007”, came to the show dressed to impress in a dapper tuxedo. This catchelor was surrendered to Caring for Cats because the owner was moving and was unable to have pets at his new home.
Double 07 is a friendly kitty and likes to be pet but not on his tummy! He has been used to being an only cat and our experience with him also supports that he would be happiest as an only cat. He might do fine with a friendly dog, however, he is a dominant guy. Luckily, he’s a lover and not a fighter.
We’re opening again soon, and when we do, you can book an adoption appointment to meet this cat-testant HERE. If you’d like to support this eligible catchelor’s stay with us, you can sponsor Double 07 HERE.
CATCHELOR #2 – JACK FROST
Catchelor #2, Jack Frost, is looking for a quiet, patient home to give him love. Jack is a 1-year-old stray kitty who is quite timid. However, he loves other cats so would do well in a home with another kind and playful kitty.
His best match is a family who is willing to give him a loving home without expectations. Shy kitties given time and love become the best and most loyal companions! Our expert volunteers are working at showing him how much he is loved.
We’re opening again soon, and when we do, you can book an adoption appointment to meet Jack Frost HERE. Shy Catchelors need extra time in our shelter, and so if you’d like to support his stay with us, you can sponsor Jack Frost HERE.
CATCHELORETTE #1 – VENUS
Catchelorette #1, Venus, is a 1-year-old, shy stray from a farm cat colony who is learning the comforts of living indoors. She’s still a little shy so she needs a quiet home with a patient family that will allow her to get used to them without any expectations.
Venus would love to be in a home where there is another friendly cat that she can play and snuggle with.
We’re opening again soon, and when we do, you can book an adoption appointment to meet Venus HERE. If you’d like to sponsor this Catchelorette while she waits to find her purrfect match, CLICK HERE.
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WHY SPONSOR A CAT?
Maybe you can’t take in another cat.
Maybe you’re compassionate but allergic.
Maybe you want to do more.
In those cases, please consider sponsoring a cat.
Several of our cats have special needs or are older, making it challenging to place them in permanent homes. By sponsoring one or more of these cats you can help us provide food, shelter, and healthcare for these wonderful animals, who need all the love and care we can give them.
You can sponsor a cat for six months ($60) or a full year ($120). We will mail you a letter thanking you for your support along with a picture and history of your sponsored cat, and we’ll send you updates periodically.
Sponsorships make wonderful gifts, too. We will send a special recognition card to you and will mail a personalized letter acknowledging the sponsorship to your loved one.
Some of the cats available for sponsorship can be seen in the videos on this page (or you can specify “oldest cat” or another request on your form.)
CLICK HERE to sponsor a cat. After you’ve filled out the form, there will be an area where you can specify which cat (or cats) you would like to sponsor. If your cat is adopted, we’ll transfer your sponsorship to another cat in need.
Your recurring donation makes a huge difference in the lives of our kitties. Even $10 a month helps to offset the costs of feeding and cleaning expenses.
No donation is too small.
You are making a difference.
We appreciate your support and so do the kitties.
SPECIAL EMAIL NEWSLETTER FOR SPONSORS
Our sponsors receive a special newsletter created just for them (that is sent via email every two months.)
In the Sponsorship Newsletter, we share news and stories of the kitties in the shelter that are supported with sponsor donations.
These are the kitties we can’t feature on our Facebook Page or in or normal email communication because they are not yet ready for adoption.
Sponsors get the opportunity to meet these kitties and see their journey from beginning to end.
You can see two examples of Sponsorship Newsletters on this page. If you want a close-up, just “right-click” on the graphic and download it to your computer. Then you can open it, zoom in, and check. out these special newsletters.