My name is Prince!

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

Facts about Prince

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Prince was born about June 2010. He is deaf, but that doesn't stop him from talking! He's a very smart guy because he knows several hand signals that makes it easier to communicate with him. Mia is his constant companion. The pair are like two peas in a pod. That being said, Prince would do just fine being the only cat in his new forever, loving home. Prince is a feline version of a Sumo wrestler. When he chases a toy across the room, it doesn't matter that there is a wall in his way, he just crashes into it. No matter what, that toy is not getting away! Oh, and Prince can do acrobatics, he can do a back flip off of your lap. Prince had a very severe urinary blockage, but since his surgery, he hasn't had any problems whatsoever! He is on a special urinary diet, which he loves just a little too much. We have to regulate how much he eats, because he really could become the size of a feline Sumo wrestler. Prince and his lady, Mia currently reside at an SOSCAT foster home.

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...

Our cats/kittens are in foster homes, so it is best to call (541-581-0381) or email ( for inquiries about specific cats/kittens and to arrange a visitation appointment.

Our Adoption Process...

We like our adopters to make an appointment to find your new best feline friend, before deciding on one of our kitties. Download our adoption application from our website at You can complete it and mail it back to us at PO Box 354, Oakland, Oregon 97462. You can also scan the completed application, then email to

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.