Adoptable Cats

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Pet Name   Grimhilde
Grimhilde
Sex   Female
Age   3 years
Spayed/Neutered   Spayed
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed  
Additional Information   Grimhilde - Female. Momma to the Seven Dwarf litter. Dopey is the only one remaining. Good with other cats. Very loving and has made a huge turn around from when she first came in! She’s ready to be loved! And wants someone patient and understanding to show her a good life! Good with other cats.
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Bean
Bean
Sex   Male
Age   20 months
Spayed/Neutered   Neutered
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed  
Additional Information   This is Bean! Bean came into the SPCA with frost bite this past winter. As you can see the tips of his ears froze off. He is a year old, neutered male. He is a feral cat, but has come a long way! He loves pets and loves attention! He would love a patient, loving home that will be able to slowly let him get more and more comfortable! He still doesn’t like to be picked up. He is good with other cats too!
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Callie
Callie
Sex   Female
Age   14 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Spayed
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   Calico
Additional Information   Callie is around 1 year old. She is still nursing, but if really interested in adopting her, a deposit can be taken to hold until she is done, gets spayed, and heals, but it will be awhile yet.
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Coco
Coco
Sex   Female
Age   2 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Spayed
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed  
Additional Information   Coco (grey, female). She is five weeks old. With a momma as gorgeous as Callie, you know the kittens are going to be adorable too! This group of five siblings are such a playful, wiggly bunch. There are two males and three females available. They are currently 5 weeks old! They will be able to go to their forever homes at 8 weeks old. A deposit can be held until ready. Kittens will be vaccinated and dewormed before they leave.
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Corduroy
Corduroy
Sex   Male
Age   2 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Neutered
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed  
Additional Information   Corduroy (black, male). He is five weeks old. With a momma as gorgeous as Callie, you know the kittens are going to be adorable too! This group of five siblings are such a playful, wiggly bunch. There are two males and three females available. They are currently 5 weeks old! They will be able to go to their forever homes at 8 weeks old. A deposit can be held until ready. Kittens will be vaccinated and dewormed before they leave.
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Ariel
Ariel
Sex   Female
Age   3 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Spayed
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   Tortie
Additional Information   Here’s some updated photos of Aurora(female, calico), Ariel (female, grey tortie), Charming (male, orange), and Aladdin (male, black/white)! This litter is 11 weeks old. They came in feral, but are getting more and more comfortable every day! They are doing awesome and starting to come out of their shells!
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Aladdin
Aladdin
Sex   Male
Age   3 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Neutered
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   Black and white
Additional Information   Here’s some updated photos of Aurora(female, calico), Ariel (female, grey tortie), Charming (male, orange), and Aladdin (male, black/white)! This litter is 11 weeks old. They came in feral, but are getting more and more comfortable every day! They are doing awesome and starting to come out of their shells!
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Charming
Charming
Sex   Male
Age   3 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Neutered
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   Orange
Additional Information   Here’s some updated photos of Aurora(female, calico), Ariel (female, grey tortie), Charming (male, orange), and Aladdin (male, black/white)! This litter is 11 weeks old. They came in feral, but are getting more and more comfortable every day! They are doing awesome and starting to come out of their shells!
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Huey
Huey
Sex   Male
Age   1 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Neutered
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   Tabby
Additional Information   This tiny, handsome boy is Huey! He is 6 weeks old. This beautiful baby orphan has been in foster since less than a day old. He is an very special kitten that required extra amounts of human companionship and around-the-clock care. He is doing great now and can have applications taken! Poor Huey lost his other littermates, but has been grateful to have the company of some adult cats an a dog in his foster home who love to give him snuggles. We would love to see him adopted to an exceptionally loving home where he doesn’t ever have to feel alone again! One full of treats and toys, warm evening cuddles while you while watch T.V., and even to simply hang out while you’re on your laptop. He loves people and human interaction. He may be little, but he has a giant personality (very sweet and playful.) Kittens will be dewormed and vaccinated before leaving.
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Gypsy
Gypsy
Sex   Female
Age   2 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Spayed
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   Tortie
Additional Information   These siblings are Gypsy (female), Maxim (male), and Sasha (female). They are 10 weeks old. They are all super cuddly and friendly! They will be available to leave to their forever homes on Oct. 5, after their 14 day isolation period. Kittens will be dewormed and vaccinated before leaving. If interested in adopting any of our kittens or cats, please fill out our two page adoption application and email to Sharon at sharonbarker15@yahoo.ca
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Maxim
Maxim
Sex   Male
Age   2 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Neutered
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   Orange tabby
Additional Information   These siblings are Gypsy (female), Maxim (male), and Sasha (female). They are 10 weeks old. They are all super cuddly and friendly! They will be available to leave to their forever homes on Oct. 5, after their 14 day isolation period. Kittens will be dewormed and vaccinated before leaving. If interested in adopting any of our kittens or cats, please fill out our two page adoption application and email to Sharon at sharonbarker15@yahoo.ca
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Sasha
Sasha
Sex   Female
Age   2 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Spayed
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   Tortie
Additional Information   These siblings are Gypsy (female), Maxim (male), and Sasha (female). They are 10 weeks old. They are all super cuddly and friendly! They will be available to leave to their forever homes on Oct. 5, after their 14 day isolation period. Kittens will be dewormed and vaccinated before leaving. If interested in adopting any of our kittens or cats, please fill out our two page adoption application and email to Sharon at sharonbarker15@yahoo.ca
Date Available   Immediately

About Cats

Ailurophilia is the "love of cats."

The nose pad of a cat is ridged in a pattern that is unique, just like the fingerprint of a human.

There are more than 500 million domestic cats in the world, with 33 different breeds.

A cat's heart beats twice as fast as a human heart, at 110 to 140 beats per minute.

25% of cat owners blow dry their cats hair after a bath.

The largest cat breed is the Ragdoll. Males weigh twelve to twenty pounds, with females weighing ten to fifteen pounds. The smallest cat breed is the Singapura. Males weigh about six pounds while females weigh about four pounds.

Calico cats are almost always female.

If your cat is near you, and her tail is quivering, this is the greatest expression of love your cat can give you. If her tail starts thrashing, her mood has changed --- Time to distance yourself from her.

Cats wag their tails when it is in a stage of conflict. The cat wants to do two things at once, but each impulse blocks the other. For example: If your cat is in the doorway wanting to go outside, and you open the door to find it raining, the cat's tail will wag because of internal conflict. The cat wants to go outside, but doesn't want to go into the rain. Once the cat makes a decision and either returns to the house or leaves into the rain, the tail will immediately stop wagging.

Don't pick a kitten or a cat up by the scruff of its neck; only mother cats can do this safely, and only with their kittens.

Cats knead with their paws when they're happy.

Your cat loves you and can "read" your moods. If you're sad or under stress, you may also notice a difference in your cat's behavior.

The domestic cat is the only cat species able to hold its tail vertically while walking. All wild cats hold their tails horizontally or tucked between their legs while walking.

An average cat has 1-8 kittens per litter, and 2-3 litters per year.

During her productive life, one female cat could have more than 100 kittens.

In 1952, a Texas Tabby named Dusty set the record by having more than 420 kittens before having her last litter at age 18.

The largest known litter (with all surviving) was that of a Persian in South Africa named Bluebell. Bluebell gave birth to 14 kittens in one litter!

A single pair of cats and their kittens can produce as many as 420,000 kittens in just 7 years.

More than 35,000 kittens are born each year. Spay or neuter your cat.

Cats have 290 bones in their bodies, and 517 muscles.

A cat has five more vertebrae in her spinal column than her human does.

There are three body types for a cat. Cobby type is a compact body, deep chest, short legs and broad head. The eyes are large and round. Muscular type is a sturdy body and round, full-cheeked head. Foreign type is a slender body, with long legs and a long tail. The head is wedge-shaped, with tall ears and slanting eyes.

Sir Isaac Newton, discoverer of the principles of gravity, also invented the cat door.

A cat will amost never "meow" at another cat. This sound is reserved for humans.

Know how old your cat really is. If your cat is 3, your cat is 21 in human years. If your cat is 8, your cat is 40 in human years. If your cat is 14, your cat is 70 in human years.

The average age for an indoor cat is 15 years, while the average age for an outdoor cat is only 3 to 5 years.

The oldest cat on record was Puss, from England, who died in 1939 just one day after her 36th birthday. (We wish we could have them all that long!)

The weirdest cat on record was a female called Mincho who went up a tree in Argentina and didn't come down again until she died six years later. While treed, she managed to have three litters with equally ambitious dads.

A cat's normal body temperature is 101.5 degrees. This is slightly warmer than a humans.

People who own pets live longer, have less stress, and have fewer heart attacks.

Cats love to chew on grass, catnip, parsley or sage. Become a green thumb and plant an indoor garden for your cat! But be careful -- many plants are toxic to your cat!

There are two species of wild cats in African and Europe that still hunt. These two species both resemble the domestic tabbies.

The behaviors shown by most house cats have a parallel in the wild.

A cat will kill it's prey based on movement, but may not necessarily recognize that prey as food. Realizing that prey is food is a learned behavior.

The greatest number of mice killed by one cat? 28,899! Towser, a tortoise-shell tabby in charge of rodent control in Scotland, killed 28,899 mice in her 21 years. This is about four mice per day, every day, for 21 years. Towser died in 1987.

The first cat show was held in 1895 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.

A falling cat will always right itself in a precise order. First the head will rotate, then the spine will twist and the rear legs will align, then the cat will arch its back to lessen the impact of the landing.

"Sociable" cats will follow you from room to room to monitor your activities throughout the day.

What kind of "mood" is kitty in? Her eyes, whiskers and ears will tell you. Learn to read the signs she gives you.

The most popular names for female cats in the U.S. are Missy, Misty, Muffin, Patches, Fluffy, Tabitha, Tigger, Pumpkin and Samantha.

Give your cat a quality scratching post to deter her from scratching your furniture. Still scratching? Try putting lemon scent or orange scent on the area. Cats hate these smells.

Try hanging an orange or lemon scented air freshener in the inner branches of your Christmas tree, if your cat is a seasonal "climber."

In English, cat is "cat." In French, cat is "Chat." In German, your cat is "katze." The Spanish word for cat is "gato," and the Italian word is "gatto." Japanese prefer "neko" and Arabic countries call a cat a "kitte."

Cats get their sense of security from your voice. Talk to your cats! And be mindful of your tone of voice. Cats know when you're yelling at them (though they may not care).

The more cats are spoken to, the more they will speak to you.

The richest cat in the Guinness Book of World Records is a pair of cats who inherited $415,000 in the early '60s. The richest single cat is a white alley cat who inherited $250,000. (Now that will buy a lot of catnip!)

The Giraffe, Camel and Cat are the only animals that walk by moving both their left feet, then both their right feet, when walking. This method of walking ensures speed, agility and silence.

It is believed that a white cat sitting on your doorstep just before your wedding is a sign of lasting happiness. White cats are a symbol of good luck in America, while black cats are a sign of bad luck.

Cats can see in color!

Cats are partially color blind. They have the equivalency of human red/green color blindness. (Reds appear green and greens appear red; or shades thereof.)

Cats don't see "detail" very well. To them, their person may appear hazy when standing in front of them.

Cats need 1/6th the amount of light that humans do to see. Their night vision is amazing!

Cats can see up to 120 feet away. Their peripheral vision is about 285 degrees.

Cats eyes come in three shapes: round, slanted and almond.

The color of a kitten's eyes will change as it grows older.

At birth, kittens can't see or hear. Cats open their eyes after five days and begin to develop their eyesight and hearing at approximately 2 weeks. They begin to walk at 20 days.

Kittens begin dreaming at just over one week old.

A cat's ear pivots 180 degrees. They have 30 muscles in each ear, and use twelve or more muscles to control their ear movement.

A group of kittens is called a "kindle."

A group of grown cats is called a "clowder."

Cats rub up against other cats, and people, in an attempt to "mark" them with their scent glands. They most often use the scent glands between their eye and ear (near the temple area) or their scent glands near the base of their tail.

Have you ever tried to feed your cat food that was just taken out of the refrigerator? Most cats prefer their food at room temperature, and will boldly REFUSE any food that is too cold or too hot.

Many experts report that cats will purr when feeling any intense emotion (pleasure or pain). Give your cat fresh water at least once a day. If your cat refuses your tap water, it may be sensing (with it's superior sense of smell) the chlorine or other minerals in your water. Many finicky felines demand bottled water, just like their human counterparts.

Don't put your cat on an all-vegetarian diet. Cats need protein to survive.

Never feed your cat dog food. Cats need five times more protein than dogs do.

If your cat misses one meal, a trip to the vet may be necessary.