My name is Tyson!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Denver, Colorado - Tyson
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No Feline Left Behind

Facts about Tyson

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red (Mostly)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Meet sweet Tyson who was abandoned at a Denver Recreation Center. He was trapped shortly after his owner dumped him there to fend for himself. We called Home Again Microchip Company to obtain his information. We called Tyson's owner and she claimed he had been missing for months. He was never reported missing with Home Again and Tyson is too sweet to have left on his own and he was far from home. The owner said she would call back for him. Needless to say, she never did. Tyson is not quite two years old, but a bit of a runt. He looks more the size of a 7 or 8 month old female. He loves to be petted and he is a great lap cat. He is a wonderful loving cat. The Microchip will transfer. Unsure about vaccine status. Adoption fee: $40

About No Feline Left Behind

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a family owned nonprofit organization that works almost strictly with strays and rarely do we have room for surrenders. Please never abandon your cat or any pet because many shelters do take them and there are far too many strays/ferals.

We spay/neuter feral colonies to control population and sickness. Any slightly tame or those who show potential for taming, cats and kittens are taken off the street and entered into our socialization program so they can be adopted out.

Donate to Our Rescue Group... paypal acct for donating

Come Meet Our Pets...

Appointments required where they are being fostered. Address listed. Any offsite events will be listed on our website.

Our Adoption Process...

First we'll send you an Adoption Application. If that is all okay we will set up a meet and greet with the cat(s) that interest you. Along with that will be the Adopotion Contract and you must aggree to terms such as no declawing, indoor pet only, no physical harm, seek medical care when needed, provide food, water, and love, return the cat to us and no other shelter if you can no longer care for the cat, and allow visitations if we feel necessary, to name just a few terms.

Also no cat(s) will be officially adopted unless you have an official pet carrier to transport your new pet home.