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Adopt Mike

Male Baby Maine Coon

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Bunny

Domestic Short Hair

Hi my name is Bunny, I have Cerebellar Hyperplasia, CH for short. You might ask yourself just what does that mean. To me it doesn't mean... show more

Hi my name is Bunny, I have Cerebellar Hyperplasia, CH for short. You might ask yourself just what does that mean. To me it doesn't mean anything, I think I'm as normal as all of my foster siblings. To others you will see that my head bobs especially when I get excited (eating really excites me) and I have a high steppin' wobbly walk and I can fall from time to time. I really enjoying running, playing and chasing that elusive red light and snaky thing just like all kitties. I truly enjoy being picked up and cuddled and will reward you with purrs and purrs of appreciation. I really like to have siblings to cuddle and play with so I think my new home would need to have a brother or sister. I just need to get to know them and learn to trust them. The majority of the time I use my litter box without any problems but every once and a while I my might lose my balance and fall and have an accident. I can navigate stairs but would feel better if you watched me until I have it mastered. Carpet on the stairs also helps me hang on if I fall. I am still learning how to work with my body and know I will get better as I get older. I promise to love you forever if you'll just give me a chance. Currently I'm in foster care in Seattle Washington but am available for adoption thru Stray Cat Alliance in Los Angles CA For more information about me, please email: Adoptions@StrayCatAlliance.org show less

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Jane

Domestic Short Hair

My name is Jane but sometimes they call me Jiggity. I am super special if i may say so myself. My previous family however, they didn't t... show more

My name is Jane but sometimes they call me Jiggity. I am super special if i may say so myself. My previous family however, they didn't think so. They abandoned me to the city shelter system. I spent months and months there, in a cold metal cage, with no sunlight and no friends. When the Malibu/ Woolsey fires happened last year, I got my lucky break. Stray Cat Alliance came to pick up some of us cats who no one wanted to make room for the fires victims. It turned out I had been there the longest out of over 50 cats! A Stray Cat employee noticed this and insisted on getting me out. I moved into her home as a foster kitty, but I had to live with a lot of other cats from the fires and I was super scared in my new environment. Soon I stopped eating and came down with pancreatitis. I was skin and bones thin, but my foster mom refused to give up on me. She sat with me and spoon fed me until I got my appetite and strength back. Now I am back to being healthy and super strong! However, I am still working on not being a scaredy cat. Now listen, I have a super cute preference you must know about before considering to adopt me. It's a must. I'm scared in a cage and I like to hide under the couch otherwise. But, if you swaddle me up in a blanket, I will let you hold me or sit next to you for hours, purring loudly and smiling up at you. I get a cold easily too. I prefer to be wrapped up and warm. You can always tell my temperature by feeling my ears. They say I am about 13 years old. I totally get along with other cats and all people. I would never, ever be aggressive. My foster mom has never once seen me hiss! I'm a true sweetheart who had my spirit broken, but it's coming back. Do you have the time to swaddle me up and hold me, keeping me warm, comfy, and feeling wanted? That's really all I want in life. And who knows, ma show less

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Marty

Domestic Short Hair

Marty is such a good looking gentleman. He is proud and independent with a very soft coat, a hilariously long tongue, and a tail that go... show more

Marty is such a good looking gentleman. He is proud and independent with a very soft coat, a hilariously long tongue, and a tail that goes on for miles. He has an entertaining old-man-snort kind of thing when he purrs. He has tons of personality, and will keep you amused with his silly antics. He will be a little shy when he first meets you, but with a little patience, and once he has time to adjust and has learned to trust your love, he will love you FURever! Marty was one of the 100 cats we rescued from Kern County when they were seized from a severe hoarding situation in February 2016. Marty was very scared and shy when we rescued him, but thanks to his PAWsome foster dad, Marty is now so relaxed and enjoys the company of his foster dad. He can be found perching nearby on a chair, or at the head of the bed next to his foster dad whenever he sees the opportunity. Marty is about 4 yrs old. Like all Stray Cat Alliance cats available for adoption, he has been neutered, is current on vaccinations, is microchipped, and tested for FIV/FeLV. Marty is ready to adopt his FURever people. He will repay you a thousand fold with love, and is ready to be your best buddy FURever. He is fine with other cats, but he would be happy as the only cat or would enjoy companionship with another relaxed cat. He is looking for a FURever home and is ready to adopt you. Marty is currently in a foster home in Los Angeles. You can meet him by appointment by emailing us at Adoptions@StrayCatAlliance.org To meet other Stray Cat Alliance cats and kittens available for adoption, please visit one of our adoption centers, or email us at Adoptions@StrayCatAlliance.org to find out about meeting cats and kittens who are in foster care. show less

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Sissy

Domestic Short Hair

Sissy is around 11 years old, and has had quite a rough time recently. First, her owner surrendered her to the city shelter for unknown... show more

Sissy is around 11 years old, and has had quite a rough time recently. First, her owner surrendered her to the city shelter for unknown reasons. Their loss. SCA took Sissy in, saving her from potential euthanasia. She then lived at SCA headquarters. During that time, a volunteer was kind enough to remove a massive amount of matts from her long fur. It seemed no one had been taking proper care of Sissy, and the matts had gotten so bad no amount of brushing would help. They had to be cut out. Sissy was a little embarrassed with her new jagged haircut, but was happy when SCA transferred her to one of their partner cat cafe's for show and hopefully adoption. Sissy spent some time there, but it seemed no one wanted her again, so back to headquarters she went. A couple weeks later, SCA staff member Kathy told another volunteer Sissy's story. "The truth is, Sissy has been here for quite some time", she explained, "and it would be great for her to get out of her cage and go into a home for a while." Lucky Sissy went home with the foster-mom that day. However, while she did get a couple weeks to decompress, she can't stay much longer. Sissy deeply desires to have a proper family to call her own, and stability for potentially the first time in her life. Sissy is as low maintenance as a cat can possibly be. When not sleeping or eating, she simply sits and observes. A newcomer may even mistake her for a beautiful statue upon first sight. Other times she will get a burst of energy, dart around and play with you. Sissy will tolerate other cats, but mostly enjoys her own space. She enjoys petting, but can get over stimulated. At those times she will simply meow to let the human know she's had enough. She is very sweet, with an even sweeter voice. Can you offer Sissy a bit of space in your calm home to call her own? She hasn't had a family in quite some time, and quite possibly has never really had a proper one. Sissy may be best suited for an older owner, who may not be able to keep up with an energetic, playful kitten or teenage cat. If you can offer Sissy a little of your space and a little of your time, she will love you for life. She deserves it. show less