Four Adorable, Adoptable Cats

If you’re looking for a sweet kitty to love, you’re in luck! This week, I have four adorable kitties to share with you, and none of them have appeared on the cat blog before. Read through, and you just might find the cat you’ve been looking for!

Let’s get started.

Sweet Cat Serenity

First up is pocket-sized Serenity. She’s an adult at 2 years old, but she’s only 5 pounds! She found the camera very fascinating this morning. Check out those wide, round pupils!

Serenity has a wee little box to rest in while she’s in the shelter. She loves it! But don’t be fooled. She doesn’t spend time in her box because she’s shy or she doesn’t want to meet with you. This kitty is very friendly and cuddly. She just likes the warmth and comfort of a box.

Serenity was living as a stray, and a family fed her for about six weeks as they tried to find her family. They report that she is very sweet and gentle, and she loves attention and affection. They say she got along wonderfully with their cats, and while they wished they could keep her, they just didn’t have the space.

Serenity is living in a suite with another cat now, and she does nicely with her roommate. She seems like she’d be able to join a new family with ease. We hope you’ll come to meet her!

Lap Cat Wesley

Next up is an 8-year-old tabby cat named Wesley. He decided not to move from his kitty bed during our photo shoot this morning.

Wesley was also found as a stray cat, so we don’t know a lot about his history. Has he lived with cats or dogs or children? We’re not sure. But we have discovered a few things about him during his stay with us.

Wesley can be a little shy on first meeting, and he requires a few seconds of introduction before the touching begins. But once you’ve met, prepare for plenty of cuddles. Wesley is a spectacular lap cat, and he’ll spend hours purring if you’ll sit still with him. If you’re hoping for a lap companion, he might be just right for you.

Since we don’t know if he’s lived with other animals, we recommend slow introductions. We can tell you more about how to do that when you’re in the shelter.

Tabby Cat Rodney

Next up is 3-year-old orange tabby Rodney. He’s also the kitty shown at the top of this blog post. Isn’t he just gorgeous?

As a relatively young cat, we expect Rodney to be full of play. But this kitty is an old soul. He watches and waits for people to come to him with a quiet and gentle expression. He absolutely adores to be petted and cuddled, and he prefers to eat his food when people are nearby. If you’ve been hoping for a young cat with a big heart, he might be just right for you.

Since Rodney was a stray cat, we don’t know a lot about his history of life with cats, dogs, and kids. Since he’s so calm and gentle, he might do just fine. But we can talk with you about how to do slow introductions for the best chance of success.

Black Cat Lou Lou

The last cat we’ll tell you about is Lou Lou. She’s an all-black kitty, and she’s about 3 years old. We decided to snap her photo in profile, and we think she looks really beautiful.

Lou Lou has been described as both sweet and independent. While she loves to spend time with her family, she’s also content to take care of herself when people are away at work. She is a very chatty cat, and she loves to entertain with cheeps, chirps, and mewls. She has lived with other cats, and she loves their company. She has also lived with kids as young as 1 year, and she does fine with them, as long as she can walk away when she feels she’s had enough love.

Lou Lou is in a suite by herself, and she spends most of her time trying to entice people to come visit her. It’s hard work for this poor kitty! We hope someone will take her home very soon.

Final Thoughts

That’s it for this week! If you see a cat you’re in love with, be sure to come down and say hello very soon. Cats get adopted quicker than you thought possible. And if adoption isn’t right for you, consider joining our Golden Hearts Club program! Your monthly donation will make happy endings possible. Find out more about it here.