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Cats in San Francisco looking for their furr-ever homes

Start your day off right by browsing through charming cats! There are dozens of cats up for adoption right here in San Francisco.

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.)

Fluffy, Japanese bobtail and domestic longhair mix;
Sharky, British shorthair and domestic shorthair mix

Fluffy is a charming female Japanese bobtail and domestic longhair mix, and Sharky is a lovable male British shorthair and domestic shorthair mix staying at Wonder Cat Rescue.

Fluffy is happy to keep company with other cats. She's spayed and vaccinated. She has mastered her house-training etiquette. 

Sharky is patient, and he plays well with kids. His vaccinations are up to date, and he is neutered. He is already house-trained.

Fluffy and Sharky's current caretakers say:

Fluffy and Sharky are two wonderful, affectionate and friendly kitties. They are BFFs and love each other very much — they are looking for a forever home together. Both are very cuddly kitties with winning personalities. They love jumping up on the couch with you and snuggling up to you at bedtime. Sharky has a fabulously round face and Fluffy has a beautiful wild cat look right down to her bobtail tail. They are both approximately 7 years old and in good health. We require that Sharky and Fluffy be together; they are a bonded pair.

Apply to adopt Fluffy and Sharky today at Petfinder.

Catapuss, Siamese mix

Catapuss is a charming male Siamese mix staying at Give Me Shelter Cat Rescue.

He is vaccinated. He has mastered his house-training etiquette.

A little more about Catapuss:

My name is Catapuss but my foster mom calls me Corn Muffin! Pretty much because of the color of my fur. You can call me what you like as long as it's a sweet name and you love me. You see, I've been abandoned once already. I was found by someone in their backyard. They thought I was pretty sweet so brought me to the city shelter. It was a bit too stressful for me. Fortunately, now I'm relaxing in a foster home and learning to trust again. I'm a sweet boy, but it takes me a bit to trust. I'd do best in a quiet home. I also need to be sure to eat canned food only. I really love Weruva chicken and duck, it's my favorite. I'm looking for a savvy adopter to give me a chance. Could that be you? 

Read more about how to adopt Catapuss on Petfinder.

Delilah, Dilute tortoiseshell

Delilah is a female Dilute tortoiseshell cat currently residing at Give Me Shelter Cat Rescue.

Delilah's ideal forever home would be a cat-free environment. She's mastered her house-training etiquette. Her vaccinations are up to date.

Learn more about Delilah:

I'm a lovable kitty. I'm confident and chatty. I love to be right in the middle of the action and part of the family. Here's the deal, I'm not a super big fan of other cats so if you were thinking of having your one and only I could be purrfect for you. What do you think? Ready to meet me? 

Apply to adopt Delilah today at Petfinder.

Emily, domestic shorthair and tabby mix

Emily is an adorable female domestic shorthair and tabby mix currently housed at Give Me Shelter Cat Rescue.

Emily wants to be your one and only: She will need a home free of other cats. She has been vaccinated. She has mastered her house-training etiquette.

Notes about Emily:

My name is Emily! I was rescued from the city shelter because I have a tendency to get a little overstimulated. I may be a senior gal, but I have a lot of energy and a ton of love. However, I will let you know when I've had enough. Other than that, I'm super social and pretty easygoing. I just need a family who will understand my signals. Could that be you? 

Read more about Emily 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.


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