zInterested in adopting a pet — or just gazing at some lovable kitties near you? There are dozens of great cats up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Baltimore.
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.)
Celeste, domestic shorthair
Celeste is a female domestic shorthair cat in the care of Walter Rescue.
Celeste is happy to keep company with other cats. Good news: She is already house-trained. She's spayed, and she has had all her shots.
Here's more about Celeste:
She is very friendly and cuddly, and seems very interested in other cats. She's about a year old and very playful. She has not been around any children, but would most likely be fine with gentle kids.
Read more about Celeste on Petfinder.
Dell, domestic shorthair and tabby mix
Dell is a male domestic shorthair and tabby mix staying at Animal Allies Rescue Foundation (AARF).
Dell plays well with others — he gets along well with dogs, cats and kids. He is already house-trained. He already has had all of his shots, and he's neutered.
Apply to adopt Dell today at Petfinder.
Calico, calico and tortoiseshell mix
Calico is a female calico and tortoiseshell mix in the care of Arden's Arc.
She's already house-trained. She's already vaccinated and spayed.
Here's more about Calico:
This sweet little teenager is brand new to the rescue. She loves people and affection. She's hilarious to watch play with her toys. And she'd make a great addition to the family. Her behavior around other cats or children is uncertain.
Apply to adopt Calico today at Petfinder.
Tatters, domestic longhair mix
Tatters is a female domestic longhair mix staying at MAS Rescue.
She's been vaccinated and spayed. She is already house-trained. Tatters is a special needs pet, so please inquire about her specific care requirements.
Here's more about Tatters:
This kitty is tiny, but very sweet and playful. When she calms down, she's a great cuddler and lap cat. She is super friendly, gentle, quiet and loves to be brushed.
Read more about how to adopt Tatters on Petfinder.
Lucy, domestic shorthair
Lucy is a female domestic shorthair cat in the care of Arden's Arc.
Lucy loves dogs. Her ideal forever home would be a cat-free environment. She's mastered her house-training etiquette. She is vaccinated and spayed.
Here's more about Lucy:
Lucy is a super sweet kitty, who absolutely loves her people. She gets along very well with other cats, but is perfectly happy being an only kitty. Lucy loves to play with her ball and the laser pointer. Lucy will be the first one to the door to greet her owners when they get home. Lucy is allergic to chicken, but there are many foods on the market without chicken. She currently eats duck and rabbit.
Read more about how to adopt Lucy on Petfinder.
Mitzi, domestic shorthair
Mitzi is a winsome female domestic shorthair cat currently residing at Walter Rescue.
Mitzi loves other cats and dogs. Walter Rescue, however, recommends she be placed in a home without small children. No need to worry: She's already house-trained. She's already been spayed. Mitzi is a special needs pet, so please inquire about her specific care requirements.
Here's more about Mitzi:
This kitty is very timid and cautious, so she needs a person who is willing to work on taking her out of her shell. She loves head scratches and gives great headbutts. She would do best in a relatively quiet home with a cat-experienced person. She would likely do OK with a cat-friendly and calm dog who will mostly leave her alone. She loves her new indoor life, and enjoys watching the birds from sunny windowsills.
Read more about Mitzi on Petfinder.
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