Cats for Adoption
Bubbles and Snuggles were brought to me along with their mother (who was
immediately adopted).
They're bouncy, active kitties who are curious about everything. They both
love to have their backs scratched. Bubbles (the male) is the bolder of the two.
Snuggles (his sister) is a little timid, but sweet.
They have an unfortunate history of ganging up on other cats in the room and
bullying them -- but they're great with each other and recently they've been
befriending some of the others, playing instead of chasing and even sleeping
with them.
The only way I can tell them apart is that Snuggles has a white patch on one
side of her mouth.

Posted July 30, 2013.
Updated November 6, 2014.
Milton was abandoned in front of my building. He was very small for an
adult (he's grown!). Both his eyes were scarred and there was some doubt
about whether he could see. Since his arrival one eye has had to be removed
-- and the other is clouded.
None of this has fazed him in the least. He's a happy, active, playful kitty
who loves to have his belly rubbed.

Posted March 26, 2014.
Twinny was found behind my building, probably just dumped. She's a beautifully
marked tabby with a very sweet disposition.
Posted July 22, 2014.
Kathy was born to a feral mother in a filthy basement. Her mother has been
spayed and released, but she and her littermates were young enough to learn to
trust humans.
Oddly, when a friend helped me get better photos of them I discovered that they
loved to be cradled upside down like human infants! Most unusual!
All the kittens have been adopted except for Kathy. Did you know that nobody
wants black cats?
Posted July 12, 2014.
Updated November 6, 2014.
May is a feisty, playful, very lively little girl. She was spayed today.
Posted July 12, 2014. Updated July 28.
Crisco, Kitlain and Onyx are brothers. They were born outside and should have grown up feral, but they're exceptionally nice
boys who decided they like people.
Posted September 21, 2014.
Hamlet was found by a lady named Ophelia, who thought he was a female. I
was going to name the cat after her -- except that he turned out to be male.
Hence the name.
Hamlet is indeed a Prince. He's trusting and friendly, good with my other cats
and my dog and very vocal. That and his slim lines make me think he's part
Siamese.
He's also quite young; I think he'll be bigger than he is now.
Perfectly delightful.
Posted October 4, 2014.
Adopted January 10, 2015.
Pookie is a sweetheart of a cat: a big, gentle mush.
And yes, those are polka dots.
Posted November 4, 2014
Dibs has the makings of a nice guy, but he's not quite there yet.
He was taken from a feral colony when he was already pretty big (the person
feeding him said she'd been able to pet him) and was fairly horrified to find
himself here in a cage.
But at this point I can not only pet him, but pick him up -- and he reaches out
for me when it's feeding time and he's begun to purr.
With a little patience he'll be a sweet pet.
Posted November 17, 2014.
Lady Greene was abandoned on the Brooklyn Bowling Green, which I
care for as a volunteer gardener.
When I first spotted her she was emaciated and terrified, but after I began
putting food down for her she decided to approach and eventually let me
put her into a carrier. She turned out to be a very gentle, sweet cat.
A friend has been fostering her because I have no cage space; this photo
was taken when she brought her over today so I could give her her
second vaccination. As frightened as she was in a new place, she was
perfectly easy to handle.
Posted December 5, 2014.
Janet was born on June first. She's a very lively, playful kitten who wants to get
into everything.
Posted December 30, 2014.
Sylvia was found starving near a construction site. She was
very friendly and had clearly been someone's pet.
She was adopted soon after her arrival, but there was a
problem: she adored her new people, but detested their nice
old cat and made his life miserable.
So here she is, back in a cage, waiting for another home.
She's a lovely girl, but next time I think she'd better be the
only cat.
Posted December 30, 2014.
Adopted January 17.
Drench and Souse were abandoned in front of my building this
morning as a storm hit. They must have been born to a house pet
whose owner were irresponsible enough to have failed to spay her
-- and then abandoned her kittens.
They're friendly, trusting little souls, all of eight weeks old.
Posted January 3, 2015.
Adopted January 13.