It was a freak blizzard in the first week of October that caught me as a brand-new kitten out in the worst of the elements. When a volunteer found me huddled in an abandoned car in a storage yard, I was already nearly frozen. My pulse and respiration were almost non-existent due to the intense cold. I was brought into the rescue still in the process of defrosting and they weren't sure if I had a chance of survival... but survive I did! And so, they named me Chance! Now because of pure luck in combination with the kindness of cat lovers I am alive and fully recovered despite my rough start in life. The rescue got me all my vaccines, spayed and microchipped so I’m ready for one of these furever homes I keep hearing so much about. They sure sound nice! They tell me a pretty little Calico-Tortie mix like me will find one in no time… It’s a cold world and I don’t ever wanna be left out in it again. Won’t you give me a chance to be YOUR Chance!?
Hi, I’m just a little squirt, so they called me Itsy Bitsy. I was born in April, 2018, and I’m a Polydactyl cat. That makes me quite unique. Let me share some facts with you about that. It’s a genetic trait that means a kitty like me can have more than the standard number of toes on their feet! When cats rode on ships, the ones with multiple toes were held to be good luck, maybe because they could mouse so well and hang onto those ropes and slippery boards better. And polys are also nicknamed “Hemingway Cats” because he liked them so much and had a number of them.
Here’s what you need to know about this little miss: I love to play in the cat tree and boxes! And I’m okay with either quiet or noise so that makes me pretty adaptable. I like to cuddle with other kittens and sitting in a windowsill is the cat’s pajamas! I hope you will have a nice sunny one available for me when you take me home. You ARE taking me home, right? Meow, meow!
My name is Missy and I am a 6-month-old kitten with short black fur. I think I look like a panther with the heart of a lion.
My human’s wife passed away. Then he fell and broke his hip. He was so sad that he decided to move closer to family. But he was even sadder that he can't take me or my brother with him. The rescue promised him that they would take care of me and find the perfect furever home here in Colorado.
I'm a little shy at first but if you start to pet me I'll warm up to you and turn on the purr machine. I do well with other cats and dogs (yes, even dogs!!!) I am not a picky eater, I like both dry and canned food. I have a lot of kitten left in me and would love to be the (panther) kitty in your home.
Life started a little rough for my siblings and me. We were born to a momma who disappeared one day when we were very tiny and never made it back to us. We cried and cried for her until finally someone heard us and took us in. They were very nice people, but it was too crowded in their home so once we were big enough, we were placed with this rescue so that we could find our very own homes.
I’m a bit shy and I’ve never had a real home to call my own, so I need a human with lots of patience and love to give. Because I’ve never had an indoor home before I may be best suited to be an indoor/ outdoor cat. Please talk to the rescue for advice on how to introduce me to your home and yard.
Ratta is an 11-month spayed female. She came to us days before giving birth to her litter. She was too young to be a mother, but she took care of her babies despite her age. She was surrendered because of a rule that barred the owner from having a pregnant cat. This girl loves napping with her humans and head scratches. She does well with other cats but isn’t fond of dogs who chase her. She is micro chipped and fully vaccinated. After losing her home and her babies being adopted, Ratta would love to find a home of her own.