Cats available for adoption

MiaHarveyJennyCharlotteNoriGuy NoirSpidermanNikeCammieAbbaAce
Mia
 . Mia .  . Mia .  . Mia .  . Mia .
  • Tuxedo, Domestic Short Hair
  • Adult, Female, Medium
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Contact us about Mia
My sister Jessie and I were found playing on some railroad tracks in Montebello when we were six weeks old. PZF had an opening for us, so here we came. We were outgoing, loving, and got along well with the other cats and kittens. After being returned from our first home due to severe allergies on the people’s part, Jessie and I went our separate ways to new homes. After 18 months, my second adopter left me outside a shelter in a carrier. I had gotten along well with the other cats in that home, so I don’t know why she would do that. Thank goodness I had a microchip. The PZF folks were called, and took me right back. I am in perfect condition, if I do say so myself. I am not the least bit scared or unsocial. I still get along with all friendly cats and kittens, and I really, really like to play with string toys and engage with the volunteers. I am confident, but not bossy. The volunteers ay I'm a perfect companion, a “push-button cat”. Never had a cat? No problem. I'm easy. Have lots of cats? No problem. I'm easy. All I ask for is a home where I can stay for my lifetime, and be loved for the gentle and beautiful soul I am. I am only two years old, and have a lot of time to spend with you. Please make my third home a charm.
Harvey
 . Harvey .  . Harvey .  . Harvey .  . Harvey .
  • Tabby (Orange), Domestic Short Hair
  • Young, Male, Medium
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Contact us about Harvey
I was just enjoying a nice summer day outside with some cat pals, and something happened to break my lower hind leg bone. Then somebody took me to the shelter, as they didn’t know what else to do for me when they saw me limping. The shelter couldn’t provide medical care for such things, and asked PZF if they could help me, which they did. I got my name from my behavior on the ride home. I was gentle and enjoyed petting and being held when they met me, and didn’t fuss about getting into a carrier, but I did NOT like riding in a car! The whole drive home, I complained loudly, and then I started banging inside the carrier. “Get me out of here!” I became “Hurricane Harvey.” X-rays showed that my bone had begun to heal, so a splint was all I needed. I can actually go home in my splint if someone finds me irresistible! They also examined my left eye carefully. It is a little misshapen and slightly clouded, most likely from a previous infection that had left it scarred. The doctors believe my sight is fine, and the volunteers think my face is even cuter that way. I am affable, and have lots of confidence. (Some of the volunteers have told me confidentially that I am their favorite.) So, folks, come check me out. I would make a terrific companion, as I am always interested in what YOU are doing.
Jenny
 . Jenny .  . Jenny .  . Jenny .  . Jenny .
  • Domestic Short Hair, Tabby (Gray)
  • Baby, Female, Medium
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Contact us about Jenny
I was a stray kitten when someone brought me to the shelter. I don’t recall much about my life before, except there were some nice people who fed me and cared for me. Because my ears were a little infected, I had to go to the medical ward. It wasn’t serious, and they gave me medicine to make them feel better. While I was there, the PZF people came into the medical ward to see if any of us could go to their place to recover. I was a little hesitant, but once they were touching me, I leaned right into their hands. It reminded me of how the people before had made me feel – all safe and happy. Now I am here at PZF, my ears have nearly finished the course of treatment, and are looking swell. I love to play with my kitten friend, and really enjoy getting held and loved by the volunteers too. If you want a sweet little girly cat who loves to play and play, but needs time out for snuggles, I’m the one for you. I would really love to have a playmate, so maybe my kitten friend here at PZF, Olive, would fit in your family portrait too.
Charlotte
 . Charlotte .  . Charlotte .  . Charlotte .  . Charlotte .  . Charlotte .
I was happy living in a home when I met a handsome young Tom outside and did what nature told me to. I was only a teenager, and hadn’t figured much out yet. Soon I had three adorable little kittens, and we were all happy living with my family. Then something scary happened. We all got taken to the shelter! The kittens had just about used up my milk, and were very active, but one little boy had gotten an infection in his hind leg. Maybe my family couldn’t take care of him – I just don’t know. The shelter called PZF to see if they could take us and help us out. They came, and we got to go live with another really nice family. My little boy had to stay a few days in the hospital, but made a quick recovery, as his leg was treated and cleared up in record time. The kittens soon ate regular food, and now I am living at PZF, being loved by all the volunteers. They are still growing at the foster home. I don’t miss them, actually. The volunteers say I am one of the friendliest cats they have met. I am gentle, seek affection, and roll on my back for belly rubs. I am still not keen on the other cats in my community room, and they think it is because I am still acting like a protective Mommy, not a gregarious young adult. I am definitely not aggressive, but want my private space for now. They tell me to relax, and that in a little while, after the hormones subside, I’ll want to meet and play with my roommates too. If you are looking for a gentle, affection-seeking companion, you should consider meeting me. I’m ready for another loving home to call my own.
Nori
 . Nori .  . Nori .  . Nori .  . Nori .
  • Domestic Short Hair, Tabby
  • Baby, Female, Medium
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Contact us about Nori
Hi there! I am a little girl who was at one time wildish, living with my stray mom in a backyard. The PZF Spay and Neuter Volunteer was trying to trap my Mom, and got me instead. We were both surprised! At five weeks old, I was too little to just put back, so she took me home. “Put me down!” “Let me go!” Well, guess what? It took her about two days to show me how terrific it is to be loved and indoors. …and the food – oh my! All I wanted to eat, and it was much better than in the yard where I came from. I made friends with the cats who lived in that house, but I fell in love with her husband. I loved to just sit on his lap, and even take naps there, with my new best friend. I am a shiny black kitty, and Nori seemed to be a good name because of my color. I am a strong player with the other cats, and will hunker over my food to defend it. They don’t really want it, but it is fun to act “tough” in front of the bigger cats. Now I am at PZF where I can play with lots of other kitties and also get loved by all the volunteers every day. I miss my “man” and his lap, but I am busy all the time in my new place. Please come and visit all of us, and keep an eye out for the little black tornado playing in the community room. I can’t wait to be in my real home, so don’t keep me waiting long – I’ll entertain and love you for years to come.
Guy Noir
 . Guy Noir .  . Guy Noir .  . Guy Noir .  . Guy Noir .
My brother and I were born to a homeless woman’s cat, and she loved us from the first day onward. We met a lot of different people as we grew into independent little kittens, and developed excellent social skills. A community volunteer who helps PZF get all of us street cats fixed, brought us to the mobile unit one day for just that. Then it turned out that the nice lady we had lived with didn’t want to take us back (Imagine that!), so we came to live with the PZF spay and neuter coordinator. We loved it there. The people were loving and gave us delicious food, and all their family cats were lots of fun to play with. Pretty soon, though, we made our next move. Now we live with the other cats and kittens at PZF, where we fit in perfectly. We really like having all the volunteers to play with – reminds us of our first place with lots of different people. Now we are looking toward our LAST move. Because we are so easy-going and happy, we will fit into any home at all. Couch potato? Sure! Play with toys? Even better! We will make any home better just by being in it, so we are here waiting for you to bring us to yours. Cone on, What are you waiting for?
Spiderman
 . Spiderman .  . Spiderman .  . Spiderman .  . Spiderman .
My brother and I were born to a homeless woman’s cat, and she loved us from the first day onward. We met a lot of different people as we grew into independent little kittens, and developed excellent social skills. A community volunteer who helps PZF get all of us street cats fixed, brought us to the mobile unit one day for just that. Then it turned out that the nice lady we had lived with didn’t want to take us back (Imagine that!), so we came to live with the PZF spay and neuter coordinator. We loved it there. The people were loving and gave us delicious food, and all their family cats were lots of fun to play with. Pretty soon, though, we made our next move. Now we live with the other cats and kittens at PZF, where we fit in perfectly. We really like having all the volunteers to play with – reminds us of our first place with lots of different people. Now we are looking toward our LAST move. Because we are so easy-going and happy, we will fit into any home at all. Couch potato? Sure! Play with toys? Even better! We will make any home better just by being in it, so we are here waiting for you to bring us to yours. Cone on, What are you waiting for?
Nike
 . Nike .  . Nike .  . Nike .  . Nike .
  • Tabby, Domestic Short Hair
  • Baby, Male, Medium
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Contact us about Nike
My past remains my secret. But here’s a hint: My sisters, brother and I wound up in the shelter, about 7 weeks old, and were really scared of humans. If you will imagine a little, our mom must have been a street cat, and decided to have us in somebody’s yard. When we were old enough to be weaned and eat on our own, “Whoosh!” we were caught up and taken to the shelter. Very scary! Yet in truth, that was our lucky day. PZF took the four of us from the shelter to get used to humans while we grew large enough to be fixed and find a home. We were too shy and “hidey” for a foster home, so we got the “immersion treatment” at PZF. So many volunteers held us daily; we got the idea pretty fast that humans are OK creatures! We all learned to get along with people, and my sisters and brother found homes. I came down with a cold just at that time, and had to live in a cage alone. Now I am feeling fine again, and want to get my home too! I am sweet as pie, and enjoy love from people now. I play nicely with kittens and cats, and can’t wait to meet my new family. Would that be you?
Cammie
 . Cammie .  . Cammie .  . Cammie .
  • Domestic Short Hair, Russian Blue
  • Adult, Female, Large
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Contact us about Cammie
I was a neighborhood cat; enjoying the people and especially the nice food and fresh water they gave me. Unfortunately, I was also enjoying an active kitty social life, and one night I just threw caution to the winds. Several weeks later, four babies appeared. Uh-oh! Did I mention that I was smart? My favorite person had left her door ajar, and that was just the opportunity I needed. I carried my new babies inside, very pleased to announce that she had guests. Oops! That was another misstep in planning. The two cats that lived inside immediately voiced their serious displeasure in our moving in, and we needed immediate relocation. PZF was able to take us in, and we lived in a really nice foster home. After my kittens were weaned, I came to PZF to be fixed and find a permanent indoor home. I am very composed and lady-like. I socialized well with other friendly cats at PZF, and also enjoyed the people in my foster home and the PZF volunteers as well. While I am not busy and really active, I am a sweet and calm friend for anyone needing a more spiritual cat. This has been a strange journey, and I will blossom when I find my perfect destination and person.
Abba
 . Abba .  . Abba .  . Abba .  . Abba .
  • Tabby, Domestic Short Hair
  • Adult, Female, Medium
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without small kids
  • Contact us about Abba
I have been in a cage for a big part of my young lifetime. I was about 9 months old, living in the street where I didn’t belong, and “whack” a car hit me broadside and broke my pelvis. I hurt worse right then than anything you could imagine. The good part of this story is that someone very kind saw me lying there, and took me to a shelter that knew to call PZF for help. PZF came right over and saved me. They were really kind and I learned that I liked people a whole lot! No matter how much I hurt, I loved all of the caregivers when they spoke gently to me and rubbed under my chin or petted my head. The people from PZF named me “Abba” because of the song “Take a Chance on Me.” I showed everyone what a strong young lady I am. And after a while, because I’m such a healthy girl, my pelvis mended perfectly – with absolutely no side effects!! I am beautiful, and also very responsive to loving. I like to play. I’ve never had a person of my own, but I’m definitely ready to love and be loved. If you would like a lifetime companion who is beautiful, affectionate, smart and very self-confident, I would very much like to meet you. Won’t you please “Take a Chance on Me?”
Ace
 . Ace .  . Ace .  . Ace .
  • Domestic Short Hair, Tuxedo
  • Adult, Male, Medium
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Contact us about Ace
“Ouch! What happened? Ow ow – my leg!” I was a little 4 month-old kitten, when something happened to break my hind leg. Someone found me on the street, limping and a little dirty, and brought me to the city shelter. They x-rayed my leg, and saw it was not a bad fracture, and that it could heal while I remained quiet in a cage for a few weeks. “Are you kidding me? Hold still for weeks?” The PZF people came to take me to their place to heal. Holding still was very hard, but my leg healed perfectly. And now I’m making up for lost time being an active little guy, and I really love to play. What young guy doesn’t? They noticed that the fur on the tip of my tail was all dried into a paintbrush shape, and worried that there was something wrong. A bath revealed nothing of concern, and the fur dried fluffy and nice. The next morning, my tail tip was a dried paintbrush again. What was happening? A clever volunteer watched me from afar, and discovered that I suck my tail like a thumb. Someday I’ll outgrow that, but not yet! My favorite past times include interacting with other cats & kittens, and playing chase & hide with the volunteers, and playing with any toy I’m given. I am fearless, and very smart, and will continue to need reinforcement on good manners with people and cat friends. I can’t wait for a home, where I can get my heart’s content of running around and play – and lots of love and snuggles. Are you ready for a smart, funny diamond in the rough? I will be your shining friend forever.
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