Purr machine! Such a sweet kitty! Huge personality.
This boy is so outgoing and outspoken and he'll be the life of the party! He purrs the instant you pick him up, he so loves to be held and petted and given attention. Playing with dangle toys is his next favorite thing. He is great with other kitties and gentle dogs, but is also fine as a solo adoption. He actually was adopted for a month but their job just changed to 75% travel. So he's looking once again for a family to love, but he's ready, and cool for next adopter - he comes outfitted with everything you need for a kitty!
13thstcats.org is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit, No-Kill Rescue Group based in San Jose.
We try our best to match our cats to the perfect homes, and match them based on their personalities, not their looks. Adoptions are not done on a first come, first serve basis, rather in the order of what homes are the right match for that particular cat
13th Street Cats is an all volunteer organization dedicated to improving the lives of feral and social cats and reducing the population by TNR – Trap, Neuter, Return in Santa Clara County. Kittens and cats that can be socialized are taken into foster care while waiting adoption. With a no kill philosophy, 13th St Cats is pleased to be able to rescue these homeless animals who might otherwise end up in a local kill shelter, helping to reduce euthanasia rates.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We hold adoption fairs at Petsmart Campbell (CA) almost every Saturday, noon to 4pm; as well as at Petsmart Coleman (San Jose, CA) on one weekend a month. Check our website for confirmation on dates and times: www.13thstcats.org
Our Adoption Process...
Our application is available on our website or at our adoption fairs. We do deliiveries of our cats to their new homes to help ensure a successful transition.
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