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Cats in Omaha looking for their furr-ever homes

Cats in Omaha looking for their furr-ever homes
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on May 30, 2019.

Start your day off right with some pictures of charming cats! There are dozens of cats up for adoption right here in Omaha.

Hoodline partnered with Petfinder, an online adoption site that lists “more than 315,000 adoptable pets from nearly 14,000 animal shelters and rescue groups" to bring you this roundup of cats near you.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)


Gracie, calico

Gracie is a sweet female calico cat staying at the Homeward Bound in the Heartland Animal Rescue.

Gracie gets along well with dogs, cats and children. Gracie is already spayed and vaccinated. She's already house-trained.

Apply to adopt Gracie today at Petfinder.

Baby Boy, domestic shorthair

Baby Boy is a male domestic shorthair cat staying at the Homeward Bound in the Heartland Animal Rescue.

Baby Boy plays well with others — he loves other cats. He has been vaccinated and neutered. He has mastered his house-training etiquette.

More on Baby Boy:

Baby Boy is very sweet and loves to be brushed. He is very laid back and carefree. He is a distinguished, older gentleman who enjoys fluff-ball soccer and just being in the same room as his people, taking naps in the sun and engaging it sophisticated window gazing.

Apply to adopt Baby Boy today at Petfinder.

Kiki, tuxedo and domestic longhair mix

Kiki is a lovable male tuxedo and domestic longhair mix currently residing at Feline Friendz in NE.

He's been vaccinated and neutered. He's mastered his house-training etiquette. 

Read more about how to adopt Kiki on Petfinder.

Blackie, domestic shorthair

Blackie is an adorable male domestic shorthair cat being kept at Feline Friendz in NE.

Blackie will get along great with your other cats and dogs. Blackie is looking for a home without small children. He's already neutered, and he has all his shots. He has mastered his house-training etiquette.

More about Blackie:

Blackie would do well in a house where he is the only pet, or the home is quieter, without little kids or maybe a quiet, calm dog or cat. He does not instantly feel safe if other people are around. Whoever adopts him will need to understand that he needs to get to know them first before he will act with them.

Read more about Blackie on Petfinder.

Butterball, tabby and domestic shorthair mix

Butterball is a male tabby and domestic shorthair mix staying at Feline Friendz in NE.

He's already house-trained. Butterball is neutered, and he has all his shots.

Read more about how to adopt Butterball on Petfinder.

Mickey, domestic shorthair

Mickey is a male domestic shorthair cat currently residing at the Homeward Bound in the Heartland Animal Rescue.

Mickey is the life of the party, and he'll get along great with your other cats. He has mastered his house-training etiquette. Mickey is neutered, and he has all his shots. Mickey is a special needs pet, so please inquire about his specific care requirements.

More about Mickey:

Mickey loves pets and kisses. Mickey is FIV positive, but that does not mean anything. he can live a great life with normal cats. He is very healthy and loves to play fetch. 

Read more about how to adopt Mickey on Petfinder.

Jazzy, torbie

Jazzy is a darling female torbie cat being cared for at the Homeward Bound in the Heartland Animal Rescue.

Jazzy wants to be your one and only: She will need a home free of other cats, dogs and children. She has mastered her house-training etiquette. She already has all of her shots, and she's spayed.

Notes from Jazzy's caretakers:

Jazzy is a talker and will sleep by you — you can hold her and she loves to be near you or on your lap. 

Read more about Jazzy on Petfinder.


This story was created automatically using local animal shelter data, then reviewed by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing. Got thoughts? Go here to share your feedback.