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My name is Sarah!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Columbus, Ohio - Sarah
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Colony Cats (& dogs)

Facts about Sarah

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9858156-M2016010
  • Hair: Unknown

This is Sarah, a sweet, quiet girl who came to us when her owner died. A volunteer wrote this Christmas wish for her:

'Sarah has been at Colony Cats almost a year. She's very shy. After several months in a cage, we tried moving her to the adoption side in the Zen Garden Room but it turned out to be just too overwhelming. She appeared to have stopped eating and became very sick. Within 4 days she was brought back over to her private intake area cage. Sarah needs a quiet home and she would love to be an only cat.


My Christmas wish for Sarah is that she will find a kind heart who will accept her as she is and she will no longer be confined to a cage. Someone who will work with her to grow and love as she did with her previous family. She is shy but she's already come a long way at the shelter. With love and attention I think she would learn to trust again.'

If you would like to meet Sarah visit our adoption center and we will arrange a meeting for you with this shy, sweet girl.  Sara is 5 or 6 years of age, spayed, microchipped and up to date on vaccines.

About Colony Cats (& dogs)

About Our Rescue Group...

Colony Cats is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose primary mission is to address cat overpopulation in central Ohio through public awareness and spay/neuter efforts. Since 2002, our organization has facilitated spay or neuter of over 6,324 animals.

Specialized help for feral, stray and abandoned cats is a core element of our programs. We assist compassionate caregivers who are feeding and watching over homeless cats by providing TNR (trap-neuter-return) and other support services including food, shelter, vaccines and additional vet care for injuries/illness, as well as educational resources.
We also have a network of foster homes for friendly, adoptable cats and kittens - as well as dogs and puppies that we encounter while assisting cats - that have been rescued.

Come Meet Our Pets...

The Colony Cats Adoption Center is a completely different experience in 'sheltering' homeless companion cats. While most of our felines still live in foster homes, we now can bring them out into the public with our cage free adoption center. Cats can do what comes naturally- jump, run, climb, and play; but only until they find their way into your heart and home.

We have pledged not only to make this a completely different experience for the cats, but also for the public.
While we strive to make the adoption center as beautiful as possible, the cats within our care remain our top priority. Our firm belief as an organization is that every homeless cat deserves a chance because every cat matters. We hope that you'll come by and share with us our vision.

Our Adoption Process...

At our cage-free adoption center or online you find the cat (or dog!) you're interested in becoming a new member of your family. Fill out an application, either online or in person at adoption center or various adoption events.

Adoption fees include the cat or dog is ALWAYS spayed or neutered, all vaccinations, including rabies and microchipped. All cats are fiv/felv tested.