Lexi (above) - 4 - 5 months old - Female - Lexi is the sibling to Katniss. She's a little more shy than her sibling though. She does hide still, and is quick to jump at loud noises. However, once she is in your arms or your lap she purrs and purrs. She really wants and craves human attention, she's still trying to figure out what it means to be loved and cared for. Living a life outside is not easy for kittens. Lexi will take a patient new fur family - because we know that in a little bit more time, she will be a purrfect companion - given the chance. She has been raised around children and other animals, but Lexi's foster mom says Lexi hides when the kids are around, and comes out for love when they're not around - She would be perfect for a quieter home.

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Autumn (above), female around 6 months old. Autumn is not the scaredy-cat she was when she first arrived. It took lots of love and cuddles but she has come out of her shell. Although she is a cuddle bug with her fosters, she requires a slow approach. Once she gives you a quick sniff, Autumn will welcome all the pets and attention you can give her. Autumn is still startled by loud noises and sudden movements so she would prefer a more mature home with a patient family who will help her finish maturing into a trusting loving feline. Autumn would love to be adopted into a home her foster sister Vivee (see above).

​​Scout (above) - 3- 4 months old - female - Scout was part of a colony and one of the first kittens that we took in from this area. At first, we were unsure if Scout would be able to be tamed, as she has some initial fearful nights in her foster home. After a few days, she took a complete turn and came right out of her shell once she realized humans could be trusted. Scout is now a complete lap kitten. Scout absolutely loves to be held and cuddled, and she is happy to be around children and other animals. It did not take long for this sweet girl to come around. Scout is ready for adoption today!

Isabella (above)- For those of you unfamiliar with her story, Isabella came to GFCC as a stray. We learned that she had suffered a traumatic injury; both hips had been shattered. Without treatment, they healed improperly. Isabella was extremely frightened and no doubt in a lot of pain, so remained hidden, initially. Therefore, we weren't able to determine her level of mobility. Through the generosity of the community, the cost of x-rays and other required treatment was provided. Based on her ability to move comfortably, surgery for her hips was determined not to be the best choice. Isabella was in need of dental surgery and also had two suspicious growths removed. With the community routing for her, this beautiful girl has put all that behind her and is enjoying a second chance. Thank you. With ongoing supplementation for the treatment of arthritis, Isabella will enjoy the comforts of life she deserves.

It took some time for Isabella to trust humans and she is NOT a fan of dogs. The cat in her foster home has been an integral component of her learning process; teaching her to trust and become more confident. If Isabella disappeared under the furniture when the vacuum started, it was her foster brother that encouraged her to come out of hiding. If she saw her transport crate prepared for a trip to the vet, foster brother convinced her she would be safe. Isabella comes running from her little comfort spots the moment she hears her (feline) foster brother and hisses and hides when she sees the dogs (even the smallest one). For that reason, we feel it is imperative that Isabella go to a home where there is at least one other, friendly cat and no dogs.

Although surgery was not the best option for Isabella, she remains comfortable with the treatment of an extra-strength joint formula supplement (inexpensive, and easily crushed in her wet food at dinner). Her adopter(s) must be prepared to continue with this treatment.

Isabella LOVES her toys. In particular, the stick and string toys that allow her to interact with you! This beautiful girl deserves a loving home where she can cuddle with a feline friend and play all day!

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Katniss (above) - 4 - 5 months old - Female - Katniss is Lexi's sister. She will be the perfect companion in any home, especially one with children and other animals. She is loving and affectionate and purrs up a storm for you. She loves to sleep in her foster mom's bed and take naps with you if you are couch surfing. She is a cuddle monster. You will be lucky to have Katniss join your family! She is ready for adoption!

Onyx (above), currently around 3-4 months old, is a big softy at heart but, is very shy to begin with. She takes a while to warm up to people and often will just slink away to hide and do her own thing if she is unsure of a situation. That being said, when she feels comfortable, she loves being scratched under her chin and behind her ears! She would do well in a quieter home with older or no children and no other pets. She would make the perfect companion for an older person.

* We do our best to keep this page as up to date as possible, but it's possible we may have missed something.


MORE ADOPTABLE CATS


These are some more of the cats we have available for adoption.


If you're interested in adopting, please fill out our adoption application today.

Skye (above) is a cuddly cat who loves to sleep where she has the best viewpoint. Bunk beds, cat trees, stacks of pillows – you name it! Her boundless energy and playfulness would be well met in a home with male cats, as well as children. She loves to eat and snuggle up in comfy cat beds and blankets. She has come from a life from the streets where she roamed, so she is very curious when the door opens but is slowly beginning to trust an indoor life where she is choosing to remain inside when the door opens. If you think Skye would be a purrfect fit for your family, fill out an application today!

Jax and Patch (bonded brothers - above):

Jax is a great big brother to Patch. He is patient and tolerant. He is very timid, but is willing to give loves to those who are able to SLOWLY gain his trust. He is accustomed to having other cats around, as well as young children. Although he is timid and unsure, he has never hissed, scratched, swiped or bothered with anyone - he just runs away. He is very playful and enjoys sleeping in the sun. He does NOT like scented cat litter, and will not use it.
Patch is much more reserved. He follows Jax's lead, but still keeps his distance. It has taken more than a year, but at night when the house is quiet he will come with Jax and allow his foster mom to pet him for a few moments. He does fine with other cats in the house, and children as well. He's super playful with the other cats, and any toys he can find. He also will run when confronted and has never hissed, swiped or hurt anyone. Although he did play with the baby's feet - more than once, when they were covered with a blanket and she kicked. He would have to be watched for that if there was a baby in the house.
These two HATE being in a carrier! This is important to note... And, the new owners need to make sure they have a scratching post!

Kaneki and Lincoln (above) are 11 week old brothers. Both are very playful kittens that will be ready for adoption soon.

Zuma (above) is a sweet and playful soul. This girl had a litter of kittens while she was a kitten herself, and is smaller than her sister, Skye, as a result. She battled an infection from nursing her babes, but recovered quickly and never let it change her sweet demeanour. She loves to snuggle with her foster fur siblings, especially on the bed! She thoroughly enjoys playing and will find all of the spots where the cat toys are hidden, no matter how high the shelf! She is so spirited and is eager to find her furever family. If you think it is you, fill out an application form today!

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Vivee (above), is a kitten about 5 months old with a heart of gold. She loves to be in the middle of all the action, whether she's chasing a toy mouse, or getting pets and cuddles. With only a few quick pets, Vivee's motor turns on and the purrs begin. Vivee enjoys being picked up and held for little bits at a time, and with the help of her furever family, will blossom into a lap cat. Vivee would do best if she's adopted with her foster sister Autumn (see below).