Category: “Cat”

Meet General Zod!

Meet General Zod!

General Zod
Domestic Long Hair
Male
3 years old
11 lbs.

Hello, General Zod here.

That sounds very official, doesn’t it? Well, I’m not nearly as serious as my name might indicate; in fact, I’m quite the affectionate little fella once I warm up to my human companions.

Sometimes it’s just about the facade and a name like General Zod allows me to hide behind a perceived supervillain persona and protect my heart from being broken. But, if I’m being honest, I’m really just dying to have my own forever family where my humans will love me unconditionally, play with me (lots of toys please) and take the time to let me get used to a new home and a new family. Okay, okay, just call me General Cuddle Buns, that’s what I really want!

One thing to mention is that I do have FIV, an immunodeficiency virus. I will very likely live a long and happy life but I might have a weaker immune system as I age. Therefore, I need to be an indoor cat only and be on a nutritious diet to help me stay healthy. Also, for your information, FIV is not transferable to humans or dogs. Our adoption team is happy to fill you in on more details or answer any questions you may have!

Now, what is it that you’re looking for? A four-legged feline friend perhaps? Someone to be the General of your heart? Well, lucky you, I’m all of those things and so much more! If you’d like to set up a time to meet me, email my friends at PawsCo and fill out an adoption application on the PawsCo website.  I’m excited to meet you!

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Meet Kira!

Meet Kira!

Kira
Domestic Shorthair
Female
1 years old
8 lbs.

Trill! Chirp! Purr! I’m Kira and I’m so thrilled to meet you!

I’m a social gal and I just love snuggles and ear scratches. In fact, I’m overjoyed about my new career as a baker. Yep, I love to make biscuits with my paws–I could knead all day! They say the best bakers bake from the heart, and that’s exactly what I do. Pet my head, and I’ll make biscuits all day long. You could say my motto is: “Will work for love!”

It’s pretty adorable how much I love affection. I’ll stand on two legs against a hand or leg if it means leaning in for a scratch or pet! I’m a real sweetie. I also get along really well with other cat friends (and I’d likely do just fine with dog friends as well as long as they are gentle!) I don’t have any bad habits–I’m litter box trained and won’t wake you up. I’m not hyper–I’m pretty content to spend lots of time getting beauty sleep. Though when a catnip mouse comes out, I’ll make you laugh and smile while I roll around with that fun toy!

With a quiet house where I can receive and give love, I’ll rise to the occasion like the biscuits I love to make. They say cats have nine lives, and I’m counting on my second life being the best one yet!

If you’re looking for a friendly feline to join your family, please email adopt@pawscoadoptions.org or fill out an adoption application at https://pawsco.org/adopt/adoption-application/. That would be the cat’s meow!

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Meet Bubbie!

Meet Bubbie!

Bubbie
Domestic Short Hair
Male
5 years old
9 lbs.

Have you guys heard of this new trend called Cat Memes? Apparently, they’re all the rage on the Interwebs. After seeing a few, I decided I was the inspiration for cat memes! You see, I love being pet, until I don’t like being pet anymore! Apparently, this kind of behavior is super funny to you humans. Well, that’s just me, Bubbie, being Bubbie!

When I was younger and looking for a family, I tried out a store cage environment but really didn’t like it. It was quite lonely as I waited for a forever family that never came. After that, I ended up with the nice folks at PawsCo and now I am in a loving foster home and demanding shredded cheese on the regular.

My humans say I am very friendly, cheese-motivated, string-motivated, and after all that motivation, I am sleep-motivated. I am free to roam the house, and to be honest, with all that free time, I just can’t help but nap! I should also note that I am superbly nonchalant with other cats in the house and we get along just fine. (I secretly like the companionship.)

I am definitely on the adoption market and would be so happy to meet you and find out if you think I would be the right gentleman for your home. I promise to keep you company in the kitchen, nap by your side to keep you warm, rub up against your legs, and provide you with an abundance of inspiration for your venture into cat memes!

Thanks for considering me as an addition to your family. You can apply to adopt me or email my friends at PawsCo to learn more!

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Meet Matilda!

Meet Matilda!

Matilda
Domestic Short Hair
Female
9 months
5 lbs. (and growing!)

Abracatabra!

Matilda’s the name and I have magical, mystical kitten powers. I may be shy because of my rough start in life, but like a phoenix rising from the ashes, I’ve been able to come out from under my cape to spread love, cuddles, and purrs wherever I go.

Since magic is exhausting work, I can often be found napping. And if you can’t find me at all, it’s not because I am being timid and decided to hide. No. No. It’s that I am practicing my disappearing tricks. Poof! Let’s just say, the disappearing tricks are my favorite ones to practice.

My magic has allowed me to be a young, independent artist, but truth be told, I wouldn’t mind going to a forever home that has other budding magicians too. I could see myself enjoying dog, cat, and little human magicians alike.

If you need some enchantment in your life, look no further!  You can contact my friends at adopt@pawscoadoptions.org and fill out an adoption application at https://pawsco.org/adopt/catadoptionapplication/ to learn more!

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Meet Claire!

Meet Claire!

Claire
Domestic shorthair
Female
14 years old
9 lbs.

Golly-gee-willikers, time passes by so quickly. I cannot believe I’m already a senior citizen—or so the label on my bag of food tells me. Luckily for me, I still have lots of love to give to an amazing forever family. I’ve recently been staying with a foster family and they have been absolutely delightful, but I’m ready to find my senior feline palace—or forever home if you prefer to call it.

You know what the best part of adopting a senior animal is? All the sage advice and stories you’ll get to hear. Like that one time my friend Gladys got a new bag of catnip for Christmas and we went out to tease the dogs next door…maybe you had to be there to think it’s funny. Anyways, I have lots of valuable worldly advice too; like never paw at a yellow and black striped flying bug, or never swallow a grasshopper whole because they’ll keep hopping in your tummy. That’s only the tip of my advice iceberg—or adviceberg, as I like to call it.

I am also a big fan of other cat friends and would also do well with a dog friend (as long as he is calm and polite with having a feline buddy!) So a home where I can have other furry friends is a great match for me but I also would do just fine as the solo animal in the home as well.

One thing to note is that I do need medication to help with my hyperthyroidism. The kind folks at PawsCo can fill you in on the details!

If you’re interested in hearing more of my stories and advice—like how to maintain your balance while swatting inanimate objects—then please email my friends from PawsCo at adopt@pawscoadoptions.org and fill out an adoption application at https://pawsco.org/adopt/catadoptionapplication/.

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