Adoption Fee Includes:
- Up-to-Date Shots (at time of adoption); Felv/FIV check, monthly flea/tick prevention.
- Spay/Neuter (See page 3 of contract for specifics)
- Micro-chip (Only upon request for felines)
ALL CAT/KITTEN ADOPTERS MUST....
We now have CATS/KITTENS available for viewing 7 days a week in the Cat Habitat at PETCO - Orland Park
Jack & Meri
Jack and Meri - Are brother and sister.
They are bonded and been together since birth and must be adopted together.
Breed: Domestic Long Hair / Tabby
Sweet and social kittens who love each other and people equally! These two are just absolutely stunning! Meri has green eyes (right side of photo) and Jack has brown eyes (left side of photo).
They are fun and love their humans as much as they love each other. Will rub up against you and wants to have their ears scratched
1 year old
Lilac Point, Siamese
Cassius has a cream-and-smoke short smooth coat, a long tail, and an
adorable chubby face with blue eyes, a gray velvet nose, and long white
whiskers. Cassius has the appearance of being slightly cross-eyed which
makes him even more adorable :) This big boy has a sweet easygoing
Calling all "dog" cat lovers!! Always wanted a dog that you never had to walk or rush home from work for potty breaks? Tigs the cat is the best of both worlds!
Tigs is a 10mo old SOOOO smart cat. He knows his name, and he knows quite a few words. He's somewhere between kitten and old soul. He KNOWS (really, he does!) he shouldn't do "stuff" when I tell him, "Tigger! Leave it alone." He might be happiest as a sole feline, king of his castle, with a dedicated human. He's a wonderful cat, very gentle with humans. He doesn't care to be held but LOVES lap-sitting, at his discretion.
Lucy & Sally
Blossom & Sox
Blossom & Sox
6 months old
SISTERS, Same Litter
Beautiful Face, Beautiful Soul. Super Small. Will stay on the smaller size.
If you want a Cats who will always look like a Kitten - These are your Girls. Wonderful and sweet. Super Social and Loves other cats.
Is ok with Dogs - But does not prefer them.
Breed: Tabby Mix
Age: 2 years year
Sweet and affectionate kitty. She loves all people and is good with dogs and cats. She is playful, loves toys and is a very curious little girl and needs someone who will let her be their best friend!
She is Calm and gentle and spends her days relaxing. She would prefer a more relaxed home
Lala & Dizzy
Sapphire & Kiwi
MUST BE ADOPTED TOGETHER
Breed: Siamese Mix / Calico
Sapphire: 1 year
Kiwi: 5 months
This dynamic mother-daughter duo is inseparable! Sweet Sapphire did such a great job raising her daughter and little Kiwi is as playful and social as you could find! These sweet cats are gentle and affectionate, love all people, and can't wait to find a forever home!
Tic & Tac (Bonded Pair)
Breed: DSH / Tuxedo
Age: 10 months
These sweet little boys are so playful and fun! They love to play with toys, chase each other around the house, and climb on cat trees. Tac is the more vivacious of the two - he greets you at the door and climbs into your lap wherever you sit down, and just TRY to tell him to stop purring! He wants to cuddle, be held and snuggle with his person. Tic is a little more "cat-like". He would prefer to watch you go about your day and join you on the couch when he feels like it, not JUST because you happened to sit down. He will tolerate being held, but would rather you carry his brother around!
Both boys love being pet and brushed, are full of kitten spirit, and will fit in with any loving family who is looking for a pair of kitties to share your home. They are PERFECT with other cats and wouldn't mind sharing their space with a friendly and gentle dog. They are very gentle in play, so could be a great fit with kids, too. They never miss the litter box and know to scratch on appropriate items - as long as you give them posts and trees!
Age: 2 years
Patsy is "The Quintessential Cat". If you are an appreciator of "The Art of Cat," you will totally 'get' Patsy's energy.
Patsy knows how to relax. In fact, she has several places she likes to relax - on chairs, couches, blankets, beds, the middle of the floor in the bathroom, on the mat by the door.
She also knows how to entice you into petting her. Patsy's favorite places to be petted are on her forehead and under her chin - until you've won belly privileges, then she will do a half-roll-over-and-stare, at which time she expects her human to oblige in petting her belly, please, for about 90 seconds. When she is done with these trivialities, she will glare at you to tell you that you've gone too far into the over-zealous affection to which lesser humans are prone. (It took her foster mom about a month of gentle head pats to be given "the belly," so never fear, she will succumb to your advances over time.)
Patsy does not hide. Ever. She is a wall-flower, for sure, who appreciates observing rather than participating in most activities, but she can reliably be found photo-bombing every selfie you try to take. In fact, she loves being looked at and photographed; she knows she is stunning, and she knows you want to tell her how beautiful she is - she will accept these compliments 3 times each day, with a head pat; any more often than this, is obviously frivolous.