My name is Hamish!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Liverpool, New York - Hamish
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KittyCorner of CNY, Inc.

Facts about Hamish

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: White (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 11011639
  • Hair: Short

HAMISH really loves people, and he usually likes other  cats, too.  One of our volunteers found him in a mobile home park.  He looked very ill; depressed and with large patches of fur missing.  We really feared that he might be at the end of his life.  But our vet diagnosed a flea energy (He was crawling with fleas), and once the fleas were gone, and he’d had enough good food, and love,  his fur grw back and he  went from sad and depressed to very happy, healthy and playful.  He’s a young cat, probably born in 2015.

He was abandoned in a mobile home park when his family moved away.   Left to “fend for himself” he may not have had the hunting skills he needed for survival, or perhaps he was sad about losing his home and family.  He is confident and unassuming, but he loves to follow people around and “help” them with whatever they are doing.   He’s really playful, too, and has a fun personality—and a lot of it.

He is neutered, tested (negative for Feline Leukemia and FIV) vaccinated for Distemper and Rabies, and Microchipped.All of our cats come with our “cat-back guarantee.  If you ever need to rehome a cat you adopt from us, at any time, for any reason, please return him/her to us.

Thank you for considering a cat from KittyCorner.  If you would like to meet our cats, lease fill out our adoption application at

About KittyCorner of CNY, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

At Kitty Corner, we are NOT a shelter. We are "cat rescuers" -- volunteers who live with the rescued cats in our own homes. We provide shelter, veterinary care and a chance for a new life in a loving home for cats who have been abandoned or who never had a home at all due to the overwhelming number of homeless pets.
We are all volunteers and 100% of every donation is used for the care of the cats.

When a cat first comes to us, they are briefly caged and isolated until they see our vet. They are checked for parasites and diseases. We provide vaccinations and any other veterinary care they may need. We also spay or neuter any cat who is old enough.
The healthy, altered cats are then evaluated for personality and placed in one of our four "cat rooms". When necessary, we work to overcome behavior or emotional problems so that the cat will be a happy, adoptable pet.

We try to match each cat with the person or family for whom it is best suited. The happiness of the cat and its new "people" is our first priority. In the last few years, we have taken in hundreds of cats and placed almost all of them in caring, responsible homes.

Kitty Corner is firmly committed to the idea that once a cat comes to us, it will never be homeless again. We have a life-long "cat back" guarantee. If an adoption doesn't work out at any time, for any reason, we ask that you to return the cat to us.

Come Meet Our Pets...

If you see a particular pet listed that you might like to meet, please call or e-mail and we'll tell you all about him or her.
If you are just looking to meet our cats available and see if one "clicks" with you, that's fine too!
Once you've completed the adoption application, either online or by phone, we'll invite you to meet our kitties. All of our adoptable cats are housed in the same location, so you will be able to meet everyone in one visit. We are located in Liverpool, NY.

Our Adoption Process...

Whether you have already found a cat or kitten you like in our adoptive listings, or if you just want to come and meet all our cats available for adoption, the first step is the application.

The first step to adopting is the adoption application. Our adoption application can be done over the phone 315-457-4420 or online at our website under the "adopt" link; or here's a direct link

We request an adoption donation for our cats and kittens, which helps us to offset a little of our veterinary costs.
All cats, even the kittens, must be sterilized before going to new homes. We believe strongly in pediatric spay-neuter, a practice that can be used with kittens as young as eight weeks.