I am a two-year-old male medium haired Ginger Tabby from Oklahoma. My friend Midnight and I lived with the same elderly man our whole lives until he passed away last month. He was a super nice man and he had nice doggies too. I miss them all so much. But my foster was nice as well and that gives me hope for the future! Here’s what she had to say about me:
“Charlie is the orange cat, he likes his ears rubbed, gets along with other cats and dogs. He is more of a mellow cat and does not like a lot of commotion, he will go hide. When he rubs against me, he will let me rub his ears and down his back to his tail and he even comes back for more if I quit. He’s a very sweet Kitty. They both like toys to bat around.
They liked when the Hospice nurses would come, it was like new attention for them. They eat dry food Meow Mix Indoor formula. Treats now and then.
They have been through a lot of interruption lately due to my nephew having to go to hospital so much and ambulance having to get him, then the cats would hide but peak around corner. Dennis loved his animals; they were his kids. Dennis had always said make sure someone good gets his babies when he is gone.”
Hi, my name is Heather. My Foster Mom in Oklahoma said that is the prettiest name and she wanted to give it to me. She also had me declawed which means I can’t ever be an outside cat because I’m defenseless. However, I am healthy and ready to go to a loving furever family. I am called a Tuxedo Kitty because of my black and white markings. In my photo my foster mom had to hold me still to get a good picture. I just wanted to play! I've been declawed so I have no natural defenses and must always be an indoor cat. It also makes me a bit skiddish with other animals.
The people I used to live with left me in a parking lot locked in my carrier. It was almost 100 degrees that day. I was so hot and frightened, but a nice lady took me indoors and I felt better almost right away since it was not hot in there. I’ve encountered a lot of not nice people so when I go somewhere new it takes me a few days to know I am safe. Once I adjust though I love attention and being petted.
So now this rescuer has sent me here to find a family of my own. Could you maybe be my new furever home?
Hi, our names are Hunter and Baby Girl and everyone says that we are so sweet! We are both orange tabby cats, born in March of 2013. We're current on shots and fixed. We were rescued with our brother, Romeo. He has found his forever home and we're so happy for him! Our old owner was moving and couldn’t take us with him. We are super excited to have this chance to find forever homes here in Colorado! We have been eating Purina Cat Chow and Friskies canned food, as well as getting some yummy treats! It took us about a week to open up to everyone, and we still need some more work in order to be huge people lovers. We don't like dogs, but good around other cats. Please take us home and love us!
p.s. My sister Baby Girl has been adopted! I hope I'm next!
I was born in Oklahoma in April of 2018 to a feral outdoor mama cat. At first, I was really shy until all my siblings got adopted. Then I really came out of my shell and now I’m fearless! I adore people, especially ones I can climb on, and I purr loudly the whole time. People-toes are for pouncing on, and fingers for nuzzling, licking, and nibbling. I snuggle with other friendly cats and am well-socialized with two big friendly dogs who followed me around my foster home licking me. On car rides I love to look out the window and I have the potential to be an excellent adventure cat. The nice folks in Oklahoma didn’t want to see me be put down so they asked the nice people at AWR Cat Tails Rescue nicely if they could find a nice home for me. They couldn’t say no to my precious face and I hope you can’t either! I’ve been spayed and am current on all my shots.
Hi, I’m Blue and I’m ready to find my forever home!!! I love meeting new people and being loved. I was running around by myself near a lake. A lady who lives in what is called an RV took me in. She also took in 2 kittens from my colony. Between her husband and all the other cats it is too crowded so they both felt it best to send me to find a forever home. I did not get along with a few of the cats, but I do with the two kittens. I am such a sweet and loving cat. I know that I will make a wonderful addition to any family. She cried when she left me at this lady's house, but knows it is for the best. So, then I went on a plane and now I am here waiting for my forever home. I am hoping it is you!
My name is Taffy and I’m from Tulsa, Oklahoma. My brother Toffee and I were born in April to a pretty Calico kitty with big blue eyes just like mine. Momma found a forever home in Oklahoma and I’m awful happy for her even though I miss her a lot. Toffee and I had to come all the way to Colorado to find this rescue who could help us find forever homes of our own. I’m a lot more shy than Toffee, he was always the social one, but I’m just as much of a lover. I like other cats well enough, but I’d be just fine on my own. Not too sure about dogs or kids yet, I’ve never met any. With some patience and a little love and affection I could be a special kitty for someone with a big heart and comfy lap. I’d bet your lap is just right!
My name’s Gracie and I am a 4-year-old female Classic Tabby. I was named after the Angelina Ballerina’s best friend Gracie. Back in Oklahoma I came from a very loud, busy home with lots of kids, dogs, and commotion. The kids were pretty mean to me so I’m wary of new children at first, but once they show me that they are sweet, good kids I come around. There’s nothing I love more than well-mannered children! I even did well with their puppy!
I’m a real snuggle-bug, but I do get stressed when chased or harassed! Probably because I was declawed in my front paws so I’m completely defenseless and that’s bound to make a girl a bit defensive! But when you love me gentle, I give hugs and kisses! Because of the declawing I have to be a strictly indoor kitty. I wouldn’t survive a minute out in the world on my own.
I’ve been spayed, vaccinated and micro chipped by the rescue so I’m ready to go home today and let the loving begin!
He is very playful and friendly. Tashe loves attention and snuggles. He is not highly socialized and sometimes doesn't know the difference between affection and play. He is a beautiful and extremely sweet cat. He has a special friend, named Mugsy. They have grown very fond of each other and can’t stand to live apart. They are a bonded pair and must be adopted together. Tashe enjoys his private time and would do best with older children. He really loves scratch pads and is comfortable with getting his nails trimmed. Mugsy and Tashe came from Oklahoma after being thrown out in the middle of winter.
Mugsy loves attention and play time. He is not highly socialized and sometimes doesn't know the difference between affection and play. He is a beautiful and extremely sweet cat. He has a special friend, named Tashe. They have grown very fond of each other and can’t stand to live apart. They are a bonded pair and must be adopted together. Mugsy does have some allergies but they do not cause any major issues. His eyes will sometimes water. Mugsy would do best with older children because he enjoys playing so much. Mugsy and Tashe came from Oklahoma after being thrown out in the middle of winter.
Misty and her litter of five kittens were found living in the closet of an empty trailer house. The man that found her and her little family was about to renovate the home. They were taken to Animal Control and a rescuer pulled them from the kill shelter so they could be safe. Misty has a heart of gold. She is welcoming to strangers and is very loving. Loves to 'polish your ankles' and enjoys attention, being held, and petted. She is an amazing mother to her kittens. She is a very sweet cat but we do not know how she is with dogs or young children.
This beautiful boy has had a rough few years. After being given up by the only family he has ever known, Blackie shut down. He was confused and scared. It has taken him a few months to adjust to the idea of not having his family around anymore. He would do well in a home with patience and plenty of love. He does well with friendly dogs and cats. One of Blackie’s dislikes, the vet. Luckily, he is already fully vetted.