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Female Adult Domestic Short Hair

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Anneke

Domestic Short Hair

You would never know by her sweet and playful demeanor, that Anneke had come to us as an emaciated and suffering cat. She was found by a... show more

You would never know by her sweet and playful demeanor, that Anneke had come to us as an emaciated and suffering cat. She was found by a friend of one of our volunteers, weighing less than 4lbs, starving and sick. Her endearing personality and sweet nature were evident, even then. Now Anneke is ready for her forever home. She and her foster sister Saylor adore one another, and we plan to adopt out these two sweet girls together. Anneke's favorite thing in the whole wide world (other than Saylor) is toys! This girl is addicted to them! She'll keep you thoroughly entertained with her antics. Afterwards, Anneke is ready for some snuggling, and will keep your lap warm. Anneke is a very petite cat, just around 6lbs, but is full grown. Most who see her think she is a kitten, and her playful ways add to that effect. Big, soulful eyes, and a bunny soft coat. This sweetheart is a winner, inside and out. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Anneke and Saylor, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Barisic

Domestic Short Hair

Maybe he's so joyful now because he knows what it means to be homeless. Maybe he simply came into this world with a stellar temperament.... show more

Maybe he's so joyful now because he knows what it means to be homeless. Maybe he simply came into this world with a stellar temperament. All we know is that, ever since we pulled him from our local animal control, our sweet Barisic is one happy cat! Barisic is gentle, good natured, and easy going. He lives in a foster home with a school age child, so we can guarantee that Barisic will be your perfect family pet. He'll wait patiently as you drink your first cup of morning coffee, and greet you at the door after a long day. Yours, not his! We suspect he'd even tolerate wearing antlers for your annual holiday card! Barisic is positive for both FeLV and FIV. That's the risk we humans impose on cats who are allowed outdoors, or worse, who are abandoned outside altogether. But Barisic is grateful for the life he has now, and we're confident that he plans to enjoy it as long as possible! We don't know what the future holds for Barisic. Cats who are FeLV positive can remain asymptomatic for many years. What we do know is that giving a home to a cat like Barisic will earn you a place in this wonderful cat's heart. And that's a gift that you'll cherish forever. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt this amazing feline, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago or the very near suburbs. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Buster

Domestic Short Hair

Buster, a young, sweet and photogenic boy! Buster is bonded with his brother (from another mother) Mica. They are two peas in a pod, the... show more

Buster, a young, sweet and photogenic boy! Buster is bonded with his brother (from another mother) Mica. They are two peas in a pod, the perfect companions, they spend their days grooming each other and watching traffic wiz by out the window. Buster makes the perfect furry headrest and can often be found sitting on the couch cushion behind his foster moms head. A quiet guy, Buster does have a cute little Meow he lets out every once in a while to say thank you. Buster is reported to have the softest fur ever, now is your chance to test this out for yourself! Buster and Mica are ready to meet you! If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Buster and Mica, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago or the very near suburbs. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Charlie

Domestic Short Hair

Charlie and his kin Honey (we aren't sure if she is his mom or sister) were rescued after months alone, their owner went in to assisted... show more

Charlie and his kin Honey (we aren't sure if she is his mom or sister) were rescued after months alone, their owner went in to assisted living. We are thankful for the neighbor who helped to feed them and alerted us of their case. Understandably, Charlie is a bit timid of noises and will need some time to warm up to his new home; but his foster mom reports he is a love bug and loves to sleep next to her. He loves to play, as well as purr and headbutt to show his affection. They are both good with other cats. Charlie and Honey will make a great addition to a quiet home, they are a bonded pair and will be adopted together. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Charlie and Honey, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Edgar

Domestic Short Hair

The Aristocats, Edgar and his brother Toulouse are ready for their forever. These boys are cute, cute, cute! Curious, check, they love t... show more

The Aristocats, Edgar and his brother Toulouse are ready for their forever. These boys are cute, cute, cute! Curious, check, they love to explore their surroundings and gauge how far they can jump. Playful, check, they love to romp around together and scoot around in empty boxes like bumper cars. Edgar loves to nap under you chair, or just sprawl out in the middle of the floor. Its a tough year for everyone, but it will be infinitely better with these boys by your side. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt this Edgar and his bonded brother Toulouse, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Honey

Domestic Short Hair

Honey and her kin Charlie (we aren't sure if he is her son or brother) were rescued after months alone, their owner went in to assisted... show more

Honey and her kin Charlie (we aren't sure if he is her son or brother) were rescued after months alone, their owner went in to assisted living. We are thankful for the neighbor who helped to feed them and alerted us of their case. Honey is a dilute tortie, and follows the tortie stereotype of being a bit sassy. She is not a lap cat, but loves to sleep next to her foster mom. They are both good with other cats. Honey is very playful and trainable, her foster mom has taught her to highfive and waving bye bye is in the process! Both cats mind their own business, but Honey does love attention and she will reach out and tell you when she is in need. Charlie and Honey will make a great addition to a quiet home, they are a boded pair and will be adopted together. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Honey and Charlie, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! If you would like to meet and possibly adopt this amazing feline, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Hot Rod

Domestic Short Hair

Black Cat Fact! Did you know: If your black cat has a tabby stripe gene and loves to spend his days lounging in the sun, his fur can tur... show more

Black Cat Fact! Did you know: If your black cat has a tabby stripe gene and loves to spend his days lounging in the sun, his fur can turn a rusty brown color. Why? The sun’s rays break down the pigment in their fur to reveal the underlying tabby stripes. Black Cats are so interesting, right!? Our Hot Rod is a lover and a lap cat, he loves to be by people. Loves to cuddle and have one paw on you at all times (awww). Hot rod is a chatty guy, he will meow to say hi and purr to thank you! One of his cutest quirks is his love for buttons, so you'll probably have to rearrange your wardrobe so you're wearing a few buttons everyday! Hot Rod is a chill guy, he could be good with other cats, but we are not sure. Overall he would do best in a calm home where he can relax and lounge. We absolutely do not condone declawing a cat (as it is very painful and unnecessary for them), but Hot Rod did make his way to us as a front declawed cat. If you would like to meet and possibly our stud Hot Rod, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Hunter

Domestic Short Hair

Hunter is an energetic vocal little guy, he is a kitten after all! He is always looking for something to do, so get those cat toys in yo... show more

Hunter is an energetic vocal little guy, he is a kitten after all! He is always looking for something to do, so get those cat toys in your Amazon cart now! Hunter is being adopted with his mother Nova, they are affectionate towards one another and like wrestling. Hunter is also affectionate with people, he likes to cuddle or sleep on top of his people parents. Hunters brothers (and Nova's other son's Lenny and Benny are also adoptable through CCR). If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Hunter and his young mother Nova, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago or the very near suburbs. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Klondike

Domestic Short Hair

Those piercing green eyes, that sleek black fur. . . Klondike was voted Most Handsome House Panther of 2020! Klondike is a sweet boy, ge... show more

Those piercing green eyes, that sleek black fur. . . Klondike was voted Most Handsome House Panther of 2020! Klondike is a sweet boy, gentle, affectionate and friendly. He loves to be in the presence of his humans, sitting next to you or cuddled at your feet. Klondike loves to play with his wand toy, and a favorite pastime is navigating his cat tree. Oh, and chin scratches and ear pets are a sure fire way to win his affection! Klondike’s foster home is likely the first home that he’s ever known. It took a while for him to settle in, but settle in he did! We think Klondike will thrive in a calmer home environment, one in which he has either a good amount of human companionship or the companionship of a like-minded kitty. Klondike is “double positive”, which means he is positive for both FeLV and FIV. Cats who test positive for these viruses are not sickly cats! In fact, Klondike is the picture of health! FeLV and FIV are very different viruses, but they are often viewed as one and the same. While FIV positive cats can live long lives, Klondike’s FeLV positive status may shorten his life. FeLV positive cats are at risk for serious illness if the virus becomes active, but there is no way of knowing if or when this might happen. While FIV positive cats can safely live with FIV negative cats, FeLV positive cats may spread the FeLV virus to other cats. For this reason, Klondike can only live with other FeLV or FeLV/FIV positive cats. We realize that Klondike’s future is more of an unknown. But what we do know is that this sweet, loving cat needs a forever home. Klondike is NOT special needs. But he IS special, and he needs a special person to love and cherish him. Are you that special person? If so, please contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Momo

Domestic Short Hair

Cardi and her babies are all glowed up and ready to make you smile! Cardi was a stray in Albany park, fed by a resident for a few years,... show more

Cardi and her babies are all glowed up and ready to make you smile! Cardi was a stray in Albany park, fed by a resident for a few years, when he saw she was pregnant he brought her in to have her babies. After a quick escape by mom, the family was all reunited in CCR's care, and they are ready to live in the life of indoor luxury.    MUST SEE: this summer's hottest hit, Momo: The Snuggliest. Momo is the first of his siblings to run over and get in foster mom's lap. Not only is he a lap cat, he gives her little love pats with his feet, and stands on foster moms feet when he wants to be picked up for some hugs. Momo is bonded with his sister Pecan, they will be adopted out together as a pair. They are young, fun and just a hoot! Don't let this duo pass you by. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt this amazing feline, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Reno

Domestic Short Hair

Reno is as sweet as sugar. Since he isn’t vocal, he seems to keep his opinions to himself! This lovable cat loves to snuggle and climb... show more

Reno is as sweet as sugar. Since he isn’t vocal, he seems to keep his opinions to himself! This lovable cat loves to snuggle and climb to high places, and he can often be found on top of the refrigerator or at the top of a cat tree. This little buddy loves to give headbutts and seeks to make good friends with the people he lives with. He loves to be pet and doted on, and belly rubs are his favorite! As with any cat, Reno needs some time to get to know people, but his foster mom says he blossoms the more you get to know him. He is a gentle soul. Reno has been living with his CCR foster brother Styles and they are a bonded pair, so will be adopted out together. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Reno and Styles, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Sammy

Domestic Short Hair

Sammy "the shadow", loves to be around people. He will most likely be in the same room as you and try to sleep next to you, protecting y... show more

Sammy "the shadow", loves to be around people. He will most likely be in the same room as you and try to sleep next to you, protecting your from bad dreams. Though he doesn't like to sit in laps and prefers not to be picked up, he will always be keeping you company. Sammy is playful and he gets excited for treats like pureed food tubes and gravy based foods. He can entertain himself with ribbons for hours, chasing them around and loosing track of them. Sammy also likes to play with cat nip balls. Sammy was a solo cat when rescued, we are not sure how he is with other cats, we would consider adopting him out alone. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt this amazing feline, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago or the very near suburbs. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! . show less

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Sawyer

Egyptian Mau

Sawyers foster mom can not stop gushing about this happy go lucky guy! He is a 'super sweet little dude' who loves attention. He loves b... show more

Sawyers foster mom can not stop gushing about this happy go lucky guy! He is a 'super sweet little dude' who loves attention. He loves being around people and bonds super quick to everyone he meets. He has a very expressive face, so yes, that may be RBF, but I'm sure its not aimed at you! Sawyer loves to sleep with his humans, even going so far as to burrow not only next to your neck but under it. This chatty little dude will keep you entertained especially in exchange for catnip, he's been known to get so excited he tries to chomp down on the whole floor to get more of that nip!! Sawyer loves to play, but he is also just cool with whatever is going on, as long as that involves you! Sawyer has shown to not appreciate the smells of other cats, so we are willing to place sawyer alone as a solo cat. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Sawyer, contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago, or to homes that are within a few miles of our foster families. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less

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Saylor

Domestic Short Hair

Two peas in a pod, bonded 'sisters' Saylor and Anneke are very sweet and affectionate. Saylor loves human interacting and being pet. Sh... show more

Two peas in a pod, bonded 'sisters' Saylor and Anneke are very sweet and affectionate. Saylor loves human interacting and being pet. She is very playful and can often be seen parading around the house victoriously carrying her stuffed mouse. As a lady of leisure she has a daily routine that includes sun bathing and cuddling her sister. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Saylor and Anneke contact Cindy: (773)203-0215, or email: cindy@chicagocatrescue.org At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone. Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home. CCR adopts to homes in Chicago or the very near suburbs. We do not ship cats or kittens. No exceptions. Chicago Cat Rescue is an entirely foster based organization. Our ability to help more cats in need is dependent on our availability of foster homes. If you think you could provide a loving foster situation for a cat in need, or would like to learn more about our foster program, please email us, info@chicagocatrescue.org. Thank you! show less