MEET OUR ADOPTABLE CATS & KITTENS!

All of our cats and kittens are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and treated for fleas prior to adoption. Kittens come from local colonies and are fostered in our loving, experienced foster homes. Adult cats are often found abandoned by their previous owners and deserve a loving home. To adopt any of these adorable cats, please email us at meg@communitycatallies.org for an application and include your phone number.

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Meet Mamacita, this beautiful ten-year-old tuxedo cat with amazing white whiskers. Sadly, neighbors reported that her owner passed away about a year and a half ago and she was turned out onto the street. She made her way to a woman who was feeding a few feral cats and she then reached out to Community Cat Allies for help. After an adoption that didn't work out when the adopter fell on hard times, Mamacita is back in foster care and is more than ready to find her furrever home. She is independent, chatty, curious and exactly herself. At ten, she is wise and knows what she likes: catnip and the ability to be around people on her own terms.
 

Mamacita was exposed to a common cat cold while living on her own and with no one to provide care, she developed a chronic sniffle. It doesn’t slow her down a bit and she can live a normal, full life. If your home has other felines, we can talk to you about any risks due to her chronic sniffles. Mamacita could live with respectful dogs. She enjoys being combed and brushed, but not picked up or held, but she will find your lap when she's ready. She needs a hero and a home.  Could that be you?
 

She is spayed, microchipped, up to date on her vaccinations and flea prevention. She had a full senior blood panel in March and all results are normal! Is Mamacita your new best furfriend?

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Adopt Myla! This beautiful one year old tabby needs a home. Myla has an amazing origin story: She was born on the grounds of a local prison and her first socialization was with the inmates who treated her kindly. A staff person took her home for foster where she's continued to thrive. While Myla doesn't seek out laps, she does like to be held and petted and purrs and makes air biscuits every time she's pet. She loves toys and is super playful. She gets along with the other cats in the household but isn't too keen on dogs.  Her foster mom says she'd be fine with kids.

Myla is in Greenfield. She is spayed, microchipped, up to date on her vaccinations and flea prevention.