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My name is Julius!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Oakland, Oregon - Julius
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Oakland, Oregon - Julius
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I'm being cared for by:
SOSCAT - Oakland Adoption Center

Facts about Julius

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
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Important Note

Julius is best friends with Paddington. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
Julius was born about 7-1-2014. What an incredible cat Julius is. We call him our Kitty Hero! Although he can not actually walk like other cats, Julius is a genius when it comes to getting somewhere he wants to be. He will sit up like a puppy, begging for a treat, then he launches himself forward or backward in a giant leap. Or, sometimes he just rolls over like a dog until he gets to his desired destination, which is usually his food dish. Julius was taken to a neurological specialist and we just don't know why he is the way he is. We just know Julius is amazing, lovable, playful and just plain adorable! He is very much bonded to his brother Caesar and another buddy, named Paddington. That being said, we know Julius would take a VERY special pet parent to take care of him and love him just the way he is, SPECIAL! If you are one of those very special pet parents who can love on several kitties at a time, you may want to consider adopting these three amigos together. Wouldn't that be a feline fun house! Julius is living with his brother Caesar, and his other buddy Paddington, at one of our foster homes.

About SOSCAT - Oakland Adoption Center

About Our Rescue Group...

Our mission is to reduce the stray and feral population of cats in the Sutherlin/Oakland areas. We spay or neuter feral cats and return them to their colonies. We use the U.S. standard TNR (trap/neuter/return) method for feral cats. We also take in stray and abandoned cats, of which there are thousands in our area. We spay or neuter, give them vaccinations, whatever medical care they require and find them all, loving, responsible, forever homes where they will be a part of the family/home and be treated with love and care for the rest of their lives. We expect them to live long healthy lives with the help of their new pet parents who will take them in for regular Vet visits and of course take them to their Vet if they should get sick or injured.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Send donations to PO Box 354, Oakland Oregon. Please make checks payable to SOSCAT.

Come Meet Our Pets...

SOSCAT's Oakland Adoption Center is located inside our gift shop called Alley Cat Treasures. Our Oakland Adoption Center is open daily from 12pm - 4pm and is located at 122 SE Locust St.

Also, some of our cats/kittens are in foster homes, so it is best to call (541-581-0381) or email (soscat.org@gmail.com) for inquiries about specific cats/kittens before going to either adoption center.

All of our adoptable cats have their current location designated in their descriptions!

Our Adoption Process...

We like our adopters to visit our adoption centers or foster homes to find your new best feline friend, before deciding on one of our kitties. Download our adoption application from our website at http://www.soscat.org/adopt. You can complete it and mail it back to us at PO Box 354, Oakland, Oregon 97462, or you can drop it off at one of our adoption centers, located at 122 Locust St in Oakland, Oregon. You can also scan the completed application, then email to soscat.org@gmail.com.

Our adoption fee is $55 for each kitten/cat OR $100 for two kittens/cats adopted to same household.

We require 3 non-relative references, your veterinary information and we do a home visit to ensure that your home is a safe place. For long distance adoptions, we will require pictures of your home. We prefer indoor only homes for our kitties, but if you have a safe outdoor environment for your new kitty, we will accept that too.