Interested in adopting a pet — or just taking a peek at some cool kitties near you? There are dozens of deserving cats up for adoption at animal shelters in and around New Orleans.
Animal shelters and pet rescue groups work hard to care for unhoused pets and connect them to loving homes. Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of cats currently available for adoption.
(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.)
Tiger, domestic shorthair
Tiger is a lovable male domestic shorthair cat currently housed at Louisiana SPCA.
Tiger's vaccinations are already up to date, and he's neutered.
From Tiger's current caretaker:
Tiger is a young adult cat in search of a human he can call his own. He would like his human to be easygoing, playful and affectionate. If you would like to be that special human to Tiger, come in and meet him.
Read more about how to adopt Tiger on Petfinder.
Champ is an adorable male Siamese cat being kept at ARNO (Animal Rescue New Orleans).
Champ has already had all of his shots, and he is neutered.
Here's what Champ's friends at ARNO (Animal Rescue New Orleans) think of him:
Champ is a sweet, silly, curious Siamese cat with beautiful blue eyes who loves to snuggle, play with his toy mice and sunbathe. Although he loves to be close to people, Champ can get overstimulated or startled easily by noises or unexpected movements. When he's really relaxed and comfortable, he rolls onto his back and likes belly rubs and chin scratches.
Read more about Champ on Petfinder.
Oreo, domestic shorthair
Oreo is a female domestic shorthair cat being kept at ARNO (Animal Rescue New Orleans).
Oreo has mastered her house-training etiquette. She is spayed.
From Oreo's current caretaker:
Oreo is a sweet tuxedo cat who can be a little shy at first, but she will fill your life with love once you become acquainted. She will then fulfill her mission of giving unconditional love and head butts to her human. She gets along with other cats for sure but has yet to have experience with dogs. Oreo will put her paws on your chest and climb up to you, so you don't have to work hard to accommodate her.
Read more about how to adopt Oreo on Petfinder.
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