Start your day off right with some pictures of cute kitties! There are dozens of cats up for adoption right here in Oklahoma City.
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.)
Patches, domestic shorthair and calico mix
Patches is a winsome female domestic shorthair and calico mix staying at Pet Adoption and Welfare Services of OK (PAWS-OK).
Patches gets along well with other cats. Fear not: She is already house-trained. Patches is spayed, and she has all her shots.
Notes from Patches' caretakers:
Patches was adopted out as a kitten with her two sisters in 2011 and then returned a few months back when her parents were divorced. She is an older gal who is looking for a quiet home. She has lived with kids and other cats, but prefers adults over others. She likes to be brushed, but isn't a fan of noisy places or getting her nails clipped.
Apply to adopt Patches today at Petfinder.
Sophie, domestic shorthair mix
Sophie is a female domestic shorthair mix being cared for at Pet Adoption and Welfare Services of OK (PAWS-OK).
Sophie does great with kids — she is a real "people pet." She's already house-trained. She already has all of her shots, and she's spayed.
Here's what Sophie's friends at Pet Adoption and Welfare Services of OK (PAWS-OK) think of her:
Sophie is a beautiful, medium-sized 2-year-old spayed female who is looking for a great new home. She is social and has interacted with well-behaved kids well in the past. She likes to talk to you, especially at feeding time.
Read more on how to adopt Sophie on Petfinder.
Reaper, domestic shorthair mix
Reaper is an adorable male domestic shorthair mix being kept at Pet Adoption and Welfare Services of OK (PAWS-OK).
Reaper's ideal forever home would be a cat-free environment. He is neutered, and he has all his shots. No need to worry: He's already house-trained.
From Reaper's current caretaker:
Reaper was surrendered to PAWS in September 2014 with a serious skin issue around his neck. He had been a stray in this condition and unwilling to approach the lady who was feeding him. Finally, after a number of months, she was able to get her hands on him and called PAWS immediately for help. As you can see from the pictures, it has taken a while to get the skin around his neck to grow back and heal. His slow recovery is most likely due to his FIV+ status.
Read more about Reaper on Petfinder.
Slate, domestic shorthair mix
Slate is an adorable male domestic shorthair mix being cared for at Pet Adoption and Welfare Services of OK (PAWS-OK).
Slate will do best with an owner who has time to bond with him. He'll need a home free of other cats and kids. He is already house-trained. Slate is already neutered and vaccinated.
Here's more about Slate:
My name is Slate, and I am looking for a great new home. I will be 3 years old in July (2018) and am a very BIG boy! I was surrendered to PAWS as a kitten and adopted out shortly after that but returned in December (2016) because I was a little too active. My owners were a young couple that both worked, leaving me alone daily. When they came home or visitors came over, they thought I was too aggressive with them, but I was just trying to get them to play with me.
Apply to adopt Slate today at Petfinder.
Darla, domestic shorthair mix
Darla is a female domestic shorthair mix currently residing at Pet Adoption and Welfare Services of OK (PAWS-OK).
Darla loves other cats. Have no fear: She's already house-trained. She is already vaccinated and spayed.
Here's more about Darla:
Hi! My name is Darla and I am looking for a great new home. PAWS rescued me as a kitten in 2011 and found me a nice home a few months later with two young men. They later got another cat (which stressed me a little because I have always been very shy), but then when I developed what the vet finally diagnosed as "stomatitis," they decided to return me. I would like to find a new family soon that appreciates my shy nature and all I have been though in my short life. Maybe one with no other pets would be the best for me because I am shy and at first don't trust people very much.
Read more about how to adopt Darla on Petfinder.
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