Spring and Summer are kitten season! It’s the time of year when cats give birth and there is a glut of kittens available for adoption. While kittens are often adopted at a young age, there are cats out there who aren’t so easy to adopt. These cats are older, handicapped, or just not “cute” enough to be adopted by most owners. While it’s okay to adopt a brand new kitten, we believe that all cats need to be adopted. We’ve gathered some of the most needy cats from Adoptapet.com that we hope our audience will either adopt or sponsor so that they won’t be put down.
Milo is a cute seven year old short hair cat whose owner died. Once he was admitted to the New Hope Rescue Ranch, he was depressed and missed his owner and his old family. He was pulled off of the kill list by New Hope and he’d be a great option for adoption. He’s shy, but could get used to a new loving owner
Ziggy is a stunning blue point Siamese that’s approximately five years old. Like many Siamese cats (or “meezers” as they’re called), he’s got adorable crossed eyes! Which, as the ad says, “makes him more handsome and interesting.” According to the posting, he’s really sweet and loving and gets along with other cats. So if you already have a cat, this meezer could be a great option!
Toby is a sanctuaried/hospice cat who was rescued and needs a sponsor! He’s an adorable one and half year old cat with beautiful white fur. According to the posting, he has severe Feline hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), cerebellar hypoplasia (CH), and radial hyperplasia (RH). Due to these conditions, Toby has poor balance and heart problems. All he needs is a loving sponsor to help make his life a bit more comfortable, so help him out!
See Tangerine’s tiny ear? He had aural hematoma in his left eye that caused his ear to shrink, but that shouldn’t bother you—he looks extra cute and special! Tangerine is a four-and-a-half-year-old orange furred short hair with big an adorable fat face. His owner passed away and no one was available to take him, so why don’t you?