Start your day off right with some pictures of lovable kitties! There are dozens of cats up for adoption right here in Portland.
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.)
Mariposa is a female domestic cat being cared for at Animal Aid Inc.
She has mastered her house-training etiquette. She's spayed, and she has had all her shots.
More from Mariposa:
I’m the soft and beautiful Mariposa. I’m currently eating a prescription food for urinary health as I had some crystals in my urine which may have caused some inappropriate urination briefly in my past. I had a hernia fixed some months ago on my tummy but that issue is completely resolved. I’m a love bug. I’m very friendly with people. I’m ok with other cats but don’t really seek out their company. I can be a little shy at first but I’m a cool cat.
Read more about how to adopt Mariposa on Petfinder.
Tiffa, Egyptian Mau
Tiffa is a female Egyptian Mau cat currently housed at Northwest Animal Companions.
She's already house-trained. Her vaccinations are already up to date, and she is spayed.
Here's more from Tiffa:
Have you ever been to the pyramids of Giza? If you have, you may have seen my ancestors. Hi, my name is Tiffa, short for Latifa which means delicate. I am certainly the cat’s meow. Why? Well, I love to “talk” like a Siamese cat. You see, my genes are from the original cats of Asia. I am a Mau, an Arabian Mau to be exact. My ancestors were the ones who inspired the great sphinx monuments. I may not have been around during Cleopatra’s times but I can assure you that I would have certainly been chosen as one of her palace felines. For that reason, I have a very queen-like personality. I definitely prefer to be the only feline queen of the house. I love to cuddle on your lap or somewhere just near you.
Read more about how to adopt Tiffa on Petfinder.
Chester, domestic shorthair mix
Chester is a male domestic shorthair mix staying at Oregon Humane Society.
Chester is already neutered.
Here's more from Chester:
I came all the way to OHS through the Second Chance Program. My history is a mystery and my friends here do not know much about me yet! It is unknown if I have ever lived with other animals or children. I have been worried during my stay at OHS. It may take me a while to settle in to my new home. I love treats and catnip! You can use them to help gain my trust! I will flourish in a calm environment and a low-traffic home.
Read more about how to adopt Chester on Petfinder.
Cougar, domestic shorthair mix
Cougar is a male domestic shorthair mix staying at Oregon Humane Society.
He's already been neutered.
Here's more from Cougar:
I am worried about the big world around me. Limiting me to one room of your home (at first) may help me feel safe. I will need daily interaction with you as I get used to my new life. I may benefit from having another confident feline friend in the home. Cheek and chin scratches make me so happy! I have lived with other cats in my last home. I enjoy being around people but I also appreciate my alone time where I can do my own thing. I will flourish in a calm environment and a low-traffic home.
Read more about how to adopt Cougar on Petfinder.
Lee, domestic shorthair mix
Lee is an adorable male domestic shorthair mix staying at Oregon Humane Society.
Lee will do best in a home without small children. He's already been neutered.
Here's what Lee has to say:
I am worried about the big world around me. Limiting me to one room of your home (at first) may help me feel safe. I will need daily interaction with you as I get used to my new life. When I feel safe I am known to shower my favorite people in love! I need to go to an adult only home. I would prefer to be the only cat in the home. I will flourish in a calm environment and a low-traffic home.
Apply to adopt Lee today at Petfinder.
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