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Baby Bun

Female Domestic Shorthair
Baby Bun – your shy coworker who wears the orange cardigan every day and hides behind her laptop every time you walk by but secretly adm... show more
Baby Bun – your shy coworker who wears the orange cardigan every day and hides behind her laptop every time you walk by but secretly admires you. Small and shy little Baby Bun comes with a tiny doll face and the tiniest, squeaky meow. She is a little timid and will run from you at first but don’t be fooled. She is your coworker who notices from afar, that you have not moved your mouse for over 15 minutes and that your Teams status is showing you as inactive. With her distinguished moustache, she will take note that you took a longer-than-allowed lunch break. After you log off, she will judge you for choosing a trashy show over a documentary on a weeknight, and her golden eyes will widen with shock while you pour that second glass of wine. The minute you do notice her and call her to your side, she is your best buddy forever. She will let you know she is over the moon that you asked her to sit with you with her joyful squeak. She loves it when you gently pet her and she loves all praise (especially when you compliment her pretty orange cardigan). When you are busy with work and such, Baby Bun will benefit from the companion of other playful cats as that gives her someone else to boss around the workplace. Please give Baby Bun the chance to be your Work Bestie. show less
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Kasha

Female Adult Persian
**Kasha is a high maintenance cat - do not apply until you have read her entire description** Kasha came to us in the saddest way imagin... show more
**Kasha is a high maintenance cat - do not apply until you have read her entire description** Kasha came to us in the saddest way imaginable. She was abandoned in a soft sided carrier overnight on the back porch of one of our shelter partners and left in the cold and snow for 10 hours before she was found in the morning. Despite this ordeal, she was still friendly and in good spirits once a volunteer brought her inside (though we can't imagine how scared and confused she was all night). Our vet estimates Kasha to be about a year old. She is incredibly friendly and social and is happy to greet any new person, so long as they approach her calmly. However, she scares easily if there is too much noise or activity, so she is not recommended for a home with children or dogs. She does not really care for other cats, but could possibly tolerate living with one or two VERY laid back felines who would ignore her. She wants nothing to do with feline interaction, so would not enjoy a cat trying to approach her to cuddle or play. But with humans, it's a different story. She loves to be petted all over, held and carried - she'll purr happily the whole time. For the most part, Kasha wants to be wherever her people are, and while she isn't super clingy or needy, she really does love attention. If she's ever separated from people for any reason, she will cry until she is able to return to your side. For her young age, she isn't too active (typical of Persians), and we haven't found anything she seems to be interested in playing with, although she does spend a lot of time exploring the house and jumping up on furniture. As typical of the breed, Kasha requires her eyes to be wiped with a soft warm cloth 3-4 times a day. This is absolutely imperative to keep her comfortable. If you skimp on her eye cleanings, she starts to squint from the discharge buildup and looks miserable. Additionally, she requires regular brushing (once a day is ideal). She actually loves being brushed so it's a great way to bond with her anyway. At minimum, she will need at least one trip per year to the professional groomer (we recommend someone who ONLY does cats - do not take her to a dog groomer because the noise and activity would be too much for her - either a cat-only salon, someone who grooms in their home or a mobile groomer).  She needs to be fed on flat dishes or wide-mouth shallow bowls due to her small face. She also is a bit sloppy when drinking water and frequently needs the hair on her chest dried off. Persians are genetically predisposed to many ailments, and though Kasha is very young and has no known health issues as of now, her potential adopter must be financially prepared to care for her potential needs in the future. Kasha is the sweetest, softest, most gentle cuddlebug around, and we are going to be very selective in finding her a calm, quiet household that will pamper and spoil her like she deserves. We are in no rush to rehome her, so we will wait until the perfect home is available for her. show less
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Rodger

Male Adult Domestic Shorthair
Rodger can't wait for you to get home so he can tell you all about his day! This 2 year old chatterbox just loves his people, and can of... show more
Rodger can't wait for you to get home so he can tell you all about his day! This 2 year old chatterbox just loves his people, and can often be found following his humans around, looking for attention. He's a social butterfly who is interested in whatever is going on in the household. Rodger can be a super sweet, cuddly guy, but can also get frisky on occasion, though we think he's calmed down significantly since he was recently neutered. Rodger is currently residing with several other cats in our adoption center (from kittens to seniors) and does well with most other cats, but would do just fine as a solo kitty too.  Now, there is one more thing you should know. Rodger has tested positive for FIV (Feline immunodeficiency virus), but this will not prevent him from living a long, happy life. The disease can only affect felines and is rarely spread to altered, friendly FIV-negative cats. It cannot be spread by sharing litter boxes, food dishes, playing or grooming. Transmission is only possible through deep puncture wounds (think non-neutered male cats fighting over territories). Additionally, he does not require any medicine for his condition, but since his immune system is a bit more suppressed than normal, he has the potential to get sick easier. For indoor cats, this is generally a non-issue as he will not be exposed to diseases and viruses in the safety of his home. Don't be scared by the myths people (and even some veterinarians!) spread about FIV. Take your time and do the research, and make your own decision about whether adopting an FIV cat is right for you if you have other felines at home. show less
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Sheba

Female Kitten Domestic Longhair
Do you like pretty cats? Well, 8 month old Sheba is definitely easy on the eyes! However, this gorgeous lady is still quite undersociali... show more
Do you like pretty cats? Well, 8 month old Sheba is definitely easy on the eyes! However, this gorgeous lady is still quite undersocialized, so she's looking for a special understanding home where her owners will accept her as-is and not pressure her into becoming an outgoing housecat. Sheba isn't aggressive at all, but she is fearful of people and may never be the type get too close to her humans. However, she has been petted multiple times while in her foster home, but only while distracted when eating canned food (she loves wet food and treats - definitely the way to her heart!). The funny thing is, she REALLY enjoys being petted gently (especially at the base of her tail - she lifts her butt in approval), but once she "realizes" she's being touched, she runs away just out of reach. So, as of now, she's a "look, but don't touch" kind of cat, but has no problem sharing the same space with humans (again, so long as she's arm's length away). But we think in time (with LOTS of food to motivate her), she could become a lot more social and friendly. Sheba LOVES other cats and absolutely must go to a home with another friendly feline since they give her the confidence boost to come out into the common areas of the home. In fact, she is absolutely smitten with her current housemate, Ahab, and because these two are so close, we would consider a discounted adoption fee if someone were to adopt the pair. show less