Want to adopt a pet? Here are 6 furry felines to adopt now in Las Vegas

Want to adopt a pet? Here are 6 furry felines to adopt now in Las Vegas
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on January 24, 2020.

Start your day off right by browsing through lovable kitties! There are dozens of cats up for adoption right here in Las Vegas.

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.)


Glacier, snowshoe and Siamese mix

Glacier is an adorable female snowshoe and Siamese mix currently residing at Foreclosed Upon Pets, Inc. (FUPI).

Glacier loves other cats. Foreclosed Upon Pets, Inc. (FUPI), however, wants to place her in a home without small children. She's already house-trained. She has been vaccinated and spayed.

Glacier's current caretakers say:

She likes belly rubs and ear scratches, enjoys drinking water from a glass and really prefers a clean litter box. 

Apply to adopt Glacier today at Petfinder.

Fuzz, Russian blue

Fuzz is a male Russian blue cat being cared for at All the Same Wild and Tame.

Fuzz gets along well with dogs, cats and kids. Fuzz is already neutered and vaccinated. He's mastered his house-training etiquette.

Read more about Fuzz on Petfinder.

Sweetie, Dilute tortoiseshell and American shorthair mix

Sweetie is a winsome female Dilute tortoiseshell and American shorthair mix staying at You Gotta Love Them, Inc.

Sweetie gets along well with other cats. Her ideal forever home would be a dog-free environment. She is already spayed and vaccinated. She's mastered her house-training etiquette. Sweetie is a special needs pet, so please inquire about her specific care requirements.

From Sweetie's current caretaker:

Sweetie would do well in a household who understands that she is a feral cat and is afraid to be pet by humans. She loves her daily treats and allows them to be placed right in front of her face every morning without any issues. She also loves catnip.

Apply to adopt Sweetie today at Petfinder.

Nova, domestic shorthair

Nova is a darling male domestic shorthair cat in the care of the Homeward Bound Cat Adoptions.

No need to worry: He is already house-trained. He's been vaccinated and neutered.

Notes from Nova's caretakers:

He is a very sweet boy who is a bit shy but loves to get attention and will purr when you pet him. Nova needs some patience and lots of love to help him come out of his shell. He gets along great with other cats and kittens. 

Read more about how to adopt Nova on Petfinder.

Noelle, domestic longhair

Noelle is a charming female domestic longhair cat currently residing at Foreclosed Upon Pets, Inc. (FUPI).

Have no fear: She is already house-trained. She's already spayed and vaccinated.

Noelle's current caretakers say:

She is extra special because she has limited vision in her left eye. The vet determined it is a permanent scar from a previous injury. She gets around just fine and loves to climb to the top of the cat condo and relax. 

Apply to adopt Noelle today at Petfinder.

Joey, American shorthair and domestic shorthair mix

Joey is an adorable male American shorthair and domestic shorthair mix being cared for at You Gotta Love Them, Inc.

Joey is happy to keep company with kids, dogs or cats. He has mastered his house-training etiquette. He has had all of his shots, and he's neutered.

Notes from Joey's caretakers:

He loves his foster brother, Eddie who has Cerebellar Hypoplasia. Joey has appointed himself as Eddie's caregiver as Eddie struggles to keep his face clean due to his condition. Joey grooms Eddie daily and can be found playing or snuggling with him at any given moment. They are very close in age and would really like to be adopted together.

Read more about Joey on Petfinder.


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