Want to adopt a pet? Here are 3 cute kitties to adopt now in Louisville

Want to adopt a pet? Here are 3 cute kitties to adopt now in Louisville
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on September 20, 2019.

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

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.)

Nala, domestic shorthair

Nala is a winsome female domestic shorthair cat in the care of No Kill Louisville.

Nala wants all of your attention: She will need a home free of other cats. Dogs and children are okay. Nala is spayed and vaccinated. She's already house-trained.

Nala's current caretakers say:

Nala is playful and affectionate, as any good royal should be. She is easy-going and friendly and is ready to be welcomed into your kingdom.

Read more about how to adopt Nala on Petfinder.

Freya, tabby

Freya is a female tabby cat currently residing at Kentucky Pets Alive.

Freya is already spayed, and she has had all her shots.

Notes from Freya's caretakers:

Freya is a gorgeous, marble-swirl tabby mom.

Read more about how to adopt Freya on Petfinder.

Empress, domestic mix

Empress is a female domestic mix in the care of Animal Care Society Inc.

Empress has been vaccinated.

Here's what Empress' friends at Animal Care Society Inc. think of her:

Empress is almost a bit of a goofball. She goes absolutely bonkers over toys and is just a hoot to watch in her condo as she chases her 'prey' around. While she loves playing, Empress also has a quiet side and enjoys being held and told what a pretty girl she is. 

Read more about how to adopt Empress on Petfinder.

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