Hi! I’m Oscar!
I’m an adorable 5 month old Tuxedo and I’m fun, playful, and I love other kitties too! Actually, I’d say I’m quite the catch! I’m at the Riverhead Petco right now so come see me!! I’d sure love a home of my own. You can find an application for me at Petco or on this website. You won’t be sorry…. we’ll have such fun together!
How about shuffling the deck and picking out one of these beauties? Meet Ace, Jack & King! They are gorgeous Ginger boys that are sweet, friendly & playful! They are about 5 months old and ready to go home with you! They are in foster care presently but a meeting can be arranged. Applications are on our website.
This stunningly beautiful girl named Rachel is a 14 week old “muted” calico. She is very playful and affectionate and just waiting for her forever home. She is the sister of our Tuxedo boy Joey! She is in a foster home but a meeting can be arranged. Applications are on our website! She would prefurr to be adopted with her brother Joey!
Introducing… Joey. He is probably one of the sweetest kittens you will ever meet. He is extremely affectionate, mushy and very playful. He loves being held and loves kisses! Joey is about 4 months old and all ready for his forever home. He is with his foster Mom but a meeting can be arranged. Applications are on our website. Don’t let this one get away!!!!! He would prefurr to be adopted with his sister Rachel!
Patrick needs a home! He is an extremely handsome very shy 1 & 1/2 year old boy. He was found living on the grounds of an apartment complex this past winter. He has been in foster care since then and while some great progress has been made, he is definitely not a candidate for our adoption center in Petco as it would be much too overwhelming for him.
Patrick needs a safe quiet home where expectations are not set too high for him. He is not a lap cat, and may hide if he feels nervous or scared. He does like to watch birds and other wildlife from the window and he does like a good game of play with a wand toy.
Sadly, many times with TNR, cats are returned (after spay/neuter surgery) to the area in which they were originally trapped where they live out the remainder of their lives. Every so often there are certain cats that do seem as though they are not feral, and there is a chance that they can be socialized and go on to a much better life. This was the thought for Patrick. Please help us to help him go on that better life. He just needs a little patience and time to become the great cat that we think he can be. If you think you can provide that safe loving home for our Patrick, please contact us via PM or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rescuing this one cat may not change the world, but it will change the world for this one cat.