Charlie recently lost his person and has found himself back in the shelter.
One of Bean’s many admirers said he’d never known a cooler cat.
Dad didn’t want the family to get a cat, but the little kitty snuggled right up to him to persuade him.
Fourth time was the charm for Jake.
The woman driving the car thought she heard a meow, but she wasn’t sure where it was coming from.
Rolo was returned once before, but the one-year-old still has lots of love for all the shelter visitors and would-be adopters.
After the initial rescue, the cat licked the woman’s hand in thanks.
Baboo made sure never to hurt the baby, just snuggled close.
Henry’s not deprived, though he might think he is, since he isn’t allowed to have all the foods he wants.
The new kitten darted out from under a parked car just as the other cats’ human was driving past.
“Snotty Scotty” has quite the name, but he’s quite the cat.
Mattie loves other cats and would love to be in a home with lots of feline friends.
Ingold was a tiny seven-week-old kitten, but he made a big impression.
Muffin was “just lost and scared.”
The injuries she suffered led to the removal of her eye.
Yeti did have a commanding paw. He was a polydactyl.
They couldn’t say no to those three faces… or split them up.
Francis was a purr-sistent little love bug.
The house was already full of pets, and it got even more rambunctious.
Starlight was getting to be a bit much for the senior cat in her family, so her humans sought out a new kitten to be her friend. One of the available kittens looked an awful lot like Starlight.
While the shelter always welcomes back former residents, they say he’s back to being timid and needs a loving, understanding home.
Chitter would have been a great addition to her foster’s home, but there were too many queen bees in the house. Fortunately, her wait was worth it.
The little guy tried to lick up as much ice cream as possible before he was cleaned with a napkin.
She would turn into a “scaredy cat” whenever she’d meet a potential adopter.
Phantom had a purr motor and a need for snuggles that was unmatched.
The little fluffball had been passed up by many would-be adopters.
Chance’s humans say he doesn’t have a mean bone in his body.
Billy is a few years old, but he’s still a puppy at heart, despite his rough start.
The stray was in rough shape, but she lasted longer than the vet thought she would.
Alpha had to learn how to become a dog. His owner says it was a long road to success.
Doris had been in a shelter for almost two years before someone gave this feisty girl a chance.
Porter’s human even has sunscreen for him.
Harley is aging out of kittenhood, which means his caretakers are worried he’ll have a harder time getting adopted.
Dolly loves cuddles, paper ball games, and whoever decides to bring her to her forever home.
Stevie’s training the next generation: her little puppy brother.
Super Kitty is the hero of her rescue, but now she wants to be the hero of her own home.