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My name is Hop-a-long!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Edmond, Oklahoma - Hop-a-long
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I'm being cared for by:
Community Cat Coalition of Edmond

Facts about Hop-a-long

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Hoppy (born April 2012) is a shy but loving guy. Hoppy is a great big lazy cat, but everything scares him. He was trapped outside when he was only using 3 legs, and thought to be feral. A puncture wound that went through his foot was treated, and he was released back to his colony, only to keep showing up and start demanding affection. He was brought inside, and is now a lover of a cat, and loves to be in laps and rub on faces. Other cats, even baby kittens, scare him, and he does not like dogs. Hoppy would love to have a quiet and calm home where he can have all the love lavished on him, and he in turn will give you all the love you can handle.

All of our cats and kittens have been fostered in a home environment and are litter box trained, up-to-date on age appropriate vaccinations, spayed/neutered, microchipped, and have been tested for FIV and FeLV prior to being made available for adoption.

Request an adoption application by emailing: edmondcats@gmail.com

About Community Cat Coalition of Edmond

About Our Rescue Group...

Our mission is to effect change in the way community cats are viewed and treated in the City of Edmond.

Our primary focus is to humanely and non-lethally reduce the numbers of free-roaming community cats in the City of Edmond via an aggressive Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program.

TNR is the most effective long-term approach to reducing the feral cat population in the City of Edmond. TNR involves humanely trapping, spaying/neutering, vaccinating, marking for identification, and then returning of feral cats to the location from which they were trapped so that they may live out their lives. TNR respects feral cats' right to live, and their niche in the community, without adding to the homeless cat population. TNR stabilizes the feral cat population and, over time, reduces it while substantially reducing or eliminating nuisance behaviors.

Through the process of TNR, we regularly encounter friendly, unowned, stray cats as well as young kittens that can be socialized and put into adoption when room in foster homes is available.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

All donations are tax deductible.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have cats available for viewing 7 days a week at the Quail Springs Petco located at Pennsylvania & Memorial in OKC.

We have adoption events at the Quail Springs Petco every 1st and 2nd Saturday of the month. And at the Edmond Petsmart, 1921 S. Broadway, on the 3rd Saturday of the month.

Our Adoption Process...

Online adoption application: www.adoptapet.com/community-cat-coalition-of-edmond/adoption-application/

Thank you for your interest in adopting a rescued cat. Each year there are tens of thousands of cats that are made homeless in Oklahoma City and the surrounding areas. Sadly, there are more cats than there are suitable homes.

We take adoptions very seriously. Our adoptable cats are typically found as strays trying to survive in feral cat colonies where they were either abandoned, neglected, or abused. We are the only advocates for the cats we rescue, and feel that it is critical for our adoptable cats be placed in safe, loving, caring and permanent homes. Whether you plan to adopt an adult cat or a kitten, you are making a 10-20 year commitment to that feline. Therefore, we reserve the right to deny the adoption of a cat to anyone whom we feel will not provide humane, responsible, and lifetime care of the cat.

All of our cats and kittens have been fostered in a home environment and are litter box trained, up-to-date on age appropriate vaccinations, spayed/neutered, microchipped, and have been tested for FIV and FeLV prior to being made available for adoption.

Though not a requirement in most cases, we encourage you to at least consider adopting kittens in pairs. Kittens find it especially comforting – and having a built-in playmate often helps them integrate into their new family more easily.