AID’s FABULOUS FELINES

Buttons 2

  • Female
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • DOB: 2005
  • Good with children
  • Good with cats
  • ?
  • Buttons 2 is a big girl and she is polydactyl. That means she has extra toes on her front paws. Buttons was part of a large litter of kittens and was adopted when she was a kitten. When her elderly owner was no longer well enough to keep her, she came back to Animals In Distress. She would be best in a home with older children and not too many cats, but she does get along with the cats that share her room. Buttons 2 is spayed and up to date on shots.

Buzz

  • Male
  • Domestic ShortHair
  • DOB:
  • Good with children
  • Good with cats
  • ?
  • Special Needs: FIV+
  • Buzz is a big guy who loves attention. Because he is FIV+, he would need to be an only cat, or live in a home with other FIV+ cats. Buzz is neutered and up to date on shots.

Cali

  • Female
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • DOB:
  • Good with children
  • Good with cats
  • ?
  • Cali came to AID as one of a large litter of kittens. Her mother Molly is also available for adoption. Cali is spayed and up to date on shots.

Cammy

  • Female
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • DOB:
  • Good with children
  • Good with cats
  • ?
  • Cammy came to AID as a shy scared cat. Thanks to all of the time spent by volunteers socializing with him, he has become very friendly and is looking for his forever home. Cammie is neutered and up to date on shots.

Chantilly

  • Female
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • DOB: 2005
  • No children
  • Good with cats
  • ?
  • Chantilly has lived at AID since she was a kitten. She is very shy. Her brother Griffin and sisters Shannon and Ashley are also available for adoption. Chantilly is spayed and up to date on shots.

Chappie

  • Male
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • DOB: 2015
  • Good with children
  • Good with cats
  • ?
  • Special Needs: Neurological condition
  • Chappie is a lovable cat with cerebellar hypoplasia. This condition gives him reduced coordination, a wobbly walk, and he often falls over. Carpets give him extra traction and we have seen him improve his strength since he arrived at Animals In Distress. He loves attention but can get a bit nippy at times, even though he means no harm. Chappie is neutered and up to date on shots.

Charlie

  • Female
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • DOB: 2005
  • Good with children
  • Good with cats
  • ?
  • Charlie was trapped as a stray young kitten. She is shy and would probably be more comfortable in a home with older children. Charlie is spayed and up to date on shots.

Cheryl

  • Female
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • DOB: 2010
  • Good with children
  • Good with cats
  • ?
  • Cheryl and the rest of her litter was rescued from a construction site. Her brothers Boo and Stellar are also available for adoption. Cheryl is spayed and up to date on shots.

Chester

  • Male
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • DOB:
  • No children
  • Good with cats
  • ?s
  • Chester is a shy guy but has found some feline friends in our room at AID that several feral cats. Chester is neutered and up to date on shots.

Chubby

  • Female
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • DOB: 2009
  • Good with children
  • Good with cats
  • ?
  • Chubby was part of a large litter of kittens that was found living in an old tire. They arrived at AID so dirty that we didn’t realize they were white! After many baths and spending time in a foster home while they built up their strength, they ended up being a healthy litter of kittens. Most were adopted but Chubby’s sister Buckwheat still lives at AID in the same cat room. Chubby is friendly and would love to find a forever home. Chubby is spayedneutered and up to date on shots.
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