Thursday, December 31, 2020

January 2021 Cat of the Month: Dahila


Please Meet Dahila

I am 2 years old and in case you didn't notice, female!

I'm sweet and loving, and adore human attention.

I'm very clean and great with the litter box.

I came to Feral Paws Rescue from a high-kill shelter.

I'm told I'm very beautiful in person, and

I do well with dogs, kids, as well as adults.

I'm really looking forward to a new home,
do you have room for me in your home and heart?

If you've fallen in love with Dahila:


Sunday, November 29, 2020

December Cat of the Month: Missy

Hello, My Name Is:  MISSY
and I am blind

Missy 8 months old, Female,  is Totally Blind! 
She was rescued from a High Kill Shelter
was on the euthanize list due to being totally blind when rescued
Such a sweet girl, a little shy at the start, but a doll after she feels safe.
She is amazingly great with the litter box and is very clean 
She loves her blankets to lay on. 
She shows excitement when she hears a human in the area where she is.
 Will come up to and greet you once she knows you are safe
 and have been around her to know you are family. 
Missy needs a home for Christmas
She is just a doll, and even though she is blind,
she has so much love within to share with a special person/family.
Adopting a blind kitty isn't complex as they get along well 
in a home once they learn the surroundings and who their family is.
Missy is intelligent and a fast learner and loves her wet food.
 Can you find it in heart to give Missy a 
safe and loving forever home for Christmas?
Missy will forever grateful. 
Missy is fully vetted and micro-chipped

 If you've fallen in love with Missy

She Has Been Adopted!


Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Cat of the Month: Peanut

Please meet: PEANUT

Female, 2 years old
Fully vetted with shots, and is spayed, FELV-FIV tested Negative.
Micro-Chipped, Wormed, and has had Flea Treatment.
Peanut is dog and cat friendly, 
She is so sweet and loving, and is litter box trained,
and she eats wet and dry food. She is super clean.
 Loves human contact and great for a person looking for a lap kitty. 
Her colors and markings in person is amazing beautiful.
If you've fallen in love with her:

She has been adopted!

Enjoy your new home, little Peanut 💕

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Cat of the Month: Toesie


Please Meet TOESIE

Toesie a year old female!
Toesie came to our rescue from a high kill shelter
so scared and unsure of humans. But yet not a true feral.
After working with Toesie for awhile at our rescue
we have won Toesie over and she's now is ready
to move on to her forever home!
Toesie is a poly-dactyl on both front paws.
Toesie is so cute and fully vetted and micro-chipped. 

If you've fallen in love with Toesie

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Cat of the Month: KORIE


Please Meet KORIE

She is a 4 month old female.
Fully vetted and waiting for her forever family to adopt her.
Korie is full of energy and loving and sweet, and is litter boxed trained.
She is so cute in person and loves to play with toys and run around having fun.
Good with kids, dogs, other cats.
Can she spend her nine lives with you?

If you've fallen in love with Korrie


Sunday, June 28, 2020

Cat of the Month: CALLI

Please meet:  CALLI

Calli is 2 years old, rescued from CCSPCA high-kill shelter! 
She likes human contact and kids, 
as well as other cats, and dogs. 
Calli is so beautiful in person. 
She is beyond one of the sweetest kitties at our rescue.
 She has always been a inside only cat.
Super clean and great with the litter box.
Eats both wet and dry food, and she is fully vetted.
Would be a good cat for kids, or as a lap kitty. 

If you've fallen in love with Calli

Calli Has Been Adopted!

Monday, June 15, 2020

KRLM Story: Special Kitty Named Raj

Special Kitty Named RAJ

"About six months back, I was walking around CCSPCA high-kill shelter and was looking at the cats tagged to be put down. Since our rescue is known at all the shelters, we pull from those cats pending to be put down and are already tagged.

 I noticed this big white boy tagged to be put down. He was sick with URI and could hardly see out of his eyes because the URI infection had begun set into his eyes. I asked if our rescue could pull him. I was asked by staff if I really wanted this kitty, “Paula, he is pretty sick with URI.” Nope, I wanted to pull him and give him a chance. The shelter kept telling me that he acted feral when they tried to touch or feed him. Nope, I decided, our rescue did not feel the same about their opinion of him..."