Cats available for adoption

RosaQuincyCinnamon aka CinnyZenobiaRosieBlue
Rosa
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Rosa

I was living on the street, young and single when a very helpful person thought I could do a little better if I got some life-planning help. It wasn’t exactly what I expected or liked. To begin with, I was “fixed.” Now, until then, nothing was wrong, but when I woke up, I had an incision! That is not my idea of “fixing,” but after a few days, I got over it. The food was much better, although I missed the great outdoors. From there I was able to move to Peter Zippi. I had to stay in a cage at first and was nervous about what would be next. At first, I hissed a little when picked up, because it was so different. Now I trot over to see people and love to play games with them. They say that I have adjusted to indoor life. I do love to be loved by the volunteers. I also love to play with toys. The feather on a string is my favorite. It reminds me of a real bird so I chatter at it while I chase it. I hope my real family is reading this. I’m waiting for you to bring me to your home as a family member. Then my life-planning journey will have reached its destination.

Quincy
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I grew up in a home. I am sure of that because I just love people. When I was about eight weeks old, I broke my back leg. Kittens do all kinds of crazy stuff, and sometimes it doesn’t go well. The folks at Peter Zippi picked me up from the shelter and took me to a place where my leg could be repaired. That was scary, but the people made me feel safe and loved. Did I mention that I LOVE people? My leg is completely healed now but Peter Zippi isn’t my last stop. That would be YOU! I am a very special kitten, and can’t wait to share my love with all people. If you need non-stop entertainment, purring, and snuggling, I am your boy. I can lie calmly in your lap, or torpedo around after a laser light or feather toy. One element my family will need to include is another young cat or kitten for me to play with too. It is important to play-fight and roll around with a like-minded youngster for us to express that kitten energy. Plus, we can be BFFs during the times that humans need to go off and be themselves in daily life. OK – I’m waiting for you!

Cinnamon aka Cinny
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Cinnamon aka CinnyCinnamon aka Cinny

*** COURTESY POSTING - Peter Zippi Memorial Fund Inc will provide your contact information to the appropriate contact if you are interested in learning more about this fabulous feline. *** Cinnamon’s family is heartbroken for a few reasons. Their elderly grandmother has fallen ill and is severely allergic to cats. As a result, they need to rehome Cinnamon (aka Cinny) and her brofur Sushi so they can begin caring for her. Cinny is shy and cautious at first but when she warms up she is the happiest and friendliest fur baby. She can play by herself as well as with other cats and is okay with kids as well. She loves playing fetch and chasing ribbon wand toys. Cinny is very clever, learns quickly, and masters cat puzzles with ease. When playtime is over she loves to nap in the highest part of her cat tree and shares space amicably with her brofur Sushi. They are both independent enough to go their separate ways but if you’re looking for a pair that have a mutual admiration and respect for each other, two cats are always better than one. Cinny needs a patient person or family who will give her time to learn and trust them in her new home. She is food and treat motivated, loves scratches on the back of her neck and chin rubs. Cinny prefers a gentle and quiet environment but has no issues spending time with respectful children.

Zenobia
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  • Domestic Short Hair, Tabby, Mixed
  • Senior, Female, Medium
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Prefers home without small kidsPrefers home without dogs
  • Contact us about Zenobia

*** COURTESY POSTING - Peter Zippi Memorial Fund Inc will provide your contact information to the appropriate contact if you are interested in learning more about this fabulous feline. *** Zenobia’s person had to go into Assisted Living and could not bring her with them. She is approximately 10 years young with a zest for life and a lot of love to give. Zenobia has a very sweet disposition and is very affectionate once she gets to know you. She would do best in a home without children or older children that are more predictable. She isn’t a fan of dogs but another cat would be fine with the proper introduction. Zenobia desperately needs a forever home where she can get the love and attention she deserves. Do you have room in your heart and your home?

Rosie
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Rosie
  • Domestic Short Hair, Tortoiseshell, Mixed
  • Adult, Female, Large
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Housebroken
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Contact us about Rosie

*** COURTESY POSTING - Peter Zippi Memorial Fund Inc will provide your contact information to the appropriate contact if you are interested in learning more about this fabulous feline. *** Rosie is very sweet, currently, she has lost her best friend and owner and is secluded. Her person was a senior citizen who, unfortunately, passed away recently. Her cousin tried very hard to add Rosie as a member of his fur-ever family but the resident cat prefers to live a solo life. So much so that that a new home would be better for Rosie. After losing her best friend she is, understandably, a bit reserved with new people but is sweet and very loving once she gets to know you. Rosie shared her home with another cat until he passed away about a year ago. This means she would likely do well with a cat who would accept a companion if they were properly introduced. Are you looking for a beautiful and mellow adult girl to share your life with? Rosie is THE ONE! She needs a home where she can be loved and have all the attention she deserves.

Blue
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  • Siamese, Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
  • Adult, Female, Small
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Prefers home without dogsPrefers home without cats
  • Contact us about Blue

*** COURTESY POSTING - Peter Zippi Memorial Fund Inc will provide your contact information to the appropriate contact if you are interested in learning more about this fabulous feline. *** Hi, my name is Blue, I am a Siamese mix female about 2 years old. I was dropped off in the same neighborhood where Judy lives about 3 months ago. Judy started to feed me and gave me some scratches when I wanted. Then I had a couple of really cute kittens in Judy’s neighbor’s yard and Judy took us all in to give us a safe place to live and yummy food. My kittens, so cute, found good homes and now I need a forever home because you see Judy already has a male cat named Snowball and we just don’t get along. I am inside at night but during the day I can roam around my nice big yard and sleep on the patio furniture…pretty cool. Judy says she named me Blue because of the color of my eyes and that my one eye is slightly crossed which she thinks is really adorable. I am part Siamese after all and that is just one of our adorable traits. I am tiny, only about 5 lbs. pretty friendly, after I play with my string toys for a while, oh yes, I like to play a lot. I think I have a cute personality but not quite ready to sit on your lap, Judy keeps lifting me up and putting me on her lap and each time I stay just a few seconds longer…not quite sure what that is all about…guess you, humans, like it when we sit on your laps…well…I promise I’ll work on it and perhaps one day I will like it too. I think I want to be in a home as the only pet so I get lots of attention and playtime. I like using my litter box, what a great idea you humans came up with on that one, and those fake mice toys are pretty cool too, much cleaner than the real thing if you know what I mean. So, I hope you consider adopting me, I’ll really make you happy and I promise to work on that lap-sitting thing. Oh yeah, I’ll miss Judy, but not so much Snowball.