Who's Ready To Go Home?

Home at last?

This is Cassie, a DSH brown tabby about 12 years old. She is declawed. Cassie has been pushed around from one home to another during her long lifetime. She was first a product of a divorce and then placed into another home where she ended up declawed and dumped at another shelter. It's time for Cassie to have her forever home this time around. She absolutely loves people and talks up a storm. If interested please call our answering service at 412 481 9144. Posted Feb 2018

Cassie

Browse our gallery of adoptable cats and kittens.

You can find information on our adoption process and download paperwork on our Adoption application form page.

Cassie Posted Jan 2018

Cassie

Chewey Posted Jan 2018

Chewey

Kitty Posted Jan 2018

Kitty

India Posted July 2018

India

Pippa Posted Jul 2018

Pippa

Charlotte Posted Aug 2018

Charlotte

Midnight

Midnight

Toby

Toby

Chiquita Posted Jan 2018

Chiquita

Rodney

Rodney

Taco

Taco

Indiana

Indiana

Brody

Brody

Summer

Summer

Jesse

Jesse

We joke about "kitten season" every year, but the truth is that every summer shelters are full to bursting with kittens and unspayed, unwanted female cats. While shelters and other programs work to spay and neuter every cat, someone has to take the overflow of homeless cats until homes can be found for them. FosterCat was founded to fulfill this need.

Our cats may come from shelters or rescue organizations or private surrenders, but once they are in the system, we care for them as if we had adopted them as our own.

Please peruse our adoptable cats, but don't forget to read the happy stories on the Alumni page. And we keep in touch with fosters-turned-permanent-companions, even after they've crossed the Rainbow Bridge, on our Memorials page.

And don't forget—even if you find you can't adopt or foster, you can still help FosterCat in many ways, such as volunteering your time, making a donation or becoming a sponsor or member. Select Contribute from the top level menu for more information and opportunities.

About a cat's age:
We don't always know a cat's exact age, since many cats come to us as adults. If a specific age is not listed, here is the key to the age categories:

  • Juvenile = Younger than 2 years old
  • Young = 2 to 5 years old
  • Middle-aged = 5 to 10 years old
  • Senior = 10 years and older

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