My name is maya!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Mesa, Arizona - maya
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Cat A Do Cat Co-Op

Facts about maya

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Cream Or Ivory (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Maya is a 7 year old spayed female mix of domestic short hair and siamese; she has beautiful blue eyes and very pretty seal-point coloring. She is a really sweet cat, very affectionate and loves to be pet - she is not declawed, but is good about using her scratching post. She loves catnip and stuffed toys to cuddle with. She has always lived indoors, and should continue to be an indoor-only cat. She is shy around new people so she may be a bit nervous and keep her distance at first, but once she has the chance to warm up to them she will be asking for belly rubs! She has never been around other cats so I'm not sure how she would react, but she has been around dogs and likes them so I assume she would like other cats as well. I think she would love to be an only pet because she likes to have a lot of attention, but she also likes to play with my dog so having another pet in the house would be fun for her too. She has been a wonderful pet who is unable to remain in her current home because the family's allergies have become a big issue. if you have room in your heart and home for Maya and would like to meet and possibly adopt her please email a completed consult (downloadable @ and email to

About Cat A Do Cat Co-Op

About Our Rescue Group...

Cat A Do Cat Co-Op is an Arizona non-profit corporation, registered under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code as a charitable, tax exempt organization. We are a no-kill cooperative cat rescue group. All rescue activities are carried on by unpaid volunteers with the help of public service and donations. We are an all volunteer organization consisting of experienced and dedicated rescue people along with public samaritans who realized the benefits of joining together to combine their experience, knowledge, and resources to help re-home homeless cats.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Paypal donations which help us to rescue and support more homeless animals are accepted on website.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoption Location:

857 N. Val Vista Dr., Suite 106
Gilbert, Arizona 85234

Northeast corner of Val Vista and Guadalupe.

Adoptions are every Saturday from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm.
Adoptions by appointment available Sunday-Friday

Our Adoption Process...

It is the policy of Cat A Do Cat Co-Op that all potential cat adopters complete the Cat/Kitten Adoption Consultation Form and complete an interview with an Adoption Coordinator in order to be considered as a forever home for our cats and kittens.

Cat A Do will determine the best home for each cat or kitten based on the application and interview process. After review of the adoption consultation form and the completion of the interview with the Adoption Coordinator, Cat A Do may recommend a different cat or kitten that is more suitable to your household.

Completion of the application and interview process does not guarantee an adoption approval or guarantee the adoption of a particular cat or kitten. Cat A Do is a privately run, non-profit organization and reserves the right to refuse any adoption that is not in the best interest of the cat or kitten, based on our principles, policies, and standards.

Please read the following instructions carefully.

1. Please fill out all pages of the Adoption Consultation Form as completely as possible. The submission of a complete form will expedite the review process.

2. Your completed adoption form may be emailed to us at and a Cat A Do Adoption Coordinator will contact you as soon as possible. You may also bring a completed form to Gilbert PetSmart at Val Vista and Guadalupe.
At Cat A Do Cat Co-Op, we believe there is a home for every animal and we work to find the best match!