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My name is Chili!

Maine Coon Cat for adoption in Youngsville, North Carolina - Chili
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I'm being cared for by:
Purr Partners Feline Rescue

Facts about Chili

  • Breed: Maine Coon
  • Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Medium
For adoption fees, go to purrpartners.com
I’ve had a life full of mystery so far. I was surrendered to a high kill shelter when I was around a year old with another cat who may or may not be my brother. We’re both orange and we look similar, but our personalities are night and day! It took some time for my foster mom to get me to trust her. That usually means that whatever happened to me before she took me in left me with some anxiety. Now that I’m happy and secure, I’m gaining weight, playing like crazy, and have shown my true personality. I’m very laidback and very affectionate. My foster mom comes into our room and I run to her for attention. We have a heavy petting session (PG rating only, puh-lease, you people have dirty minds!) because I’m insatiable when it comes to bonding. I love playing with feather wands and all kinds of mice – except real ones, because there aren’t any in my room. There are a couple cat trees, though, and I spend a lot of quality time lounging and looking out the windows. I’ve met my foster mom’s personal cats, but that’s a longer road for me. It would probably be for the best if I’m the only cat in the house. I love humans, but I’m suspicious of other cats. That’s not to say I can’t get along with them, but they would need to be as laidback and easygoing as I am. My foster mom has no idea if there were dogs in my earlier mystery life, but she doesn’t have any so there’s no real way of knowing how I’ll react to a dog. Could be great, might not be. But I’ll tell you what – there’s absolutely no question that humans are the best!

About Purr Partners Feline Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Purr Partners was incorporated in 2009, and we currently save and adopt out around 500 cats and kittens each year. We have no paid employees, and as volunteers, we do this because there is such an overwhelming need for rescue for cats and kittens in North Carolina, and because we care very much about the lives of these forgotten animals. We believe that every furry feline deserves a loving family, and try to make that happen. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, and offer their time and talents to help save lives. We are always looking for new volunteers!

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have three adoption centers: Wake Forest Petsmart, Six Forks Petsmart, and Capital Crossings Petsmart. Our cats and kittens are at the Wake Forest and Six Forks Petsmart all the time, and at Capital Crossings 2 weeks out of the month. We have volunteers available to allow people to meet our rescues every Saturday from 11 - 3 and every Sunday from 12 - 4. We also arrange individual meets and greets when possible and at different times. We do require an approved application before these individual meetings will be set up. These meetings may be at Petsmart or the foster home of the cat or kitten.

Our Adoption Process...

If you are interested in possibly adopting, please go to our website and complete an application. This is not a commitment, but when we receive it, someone will contact you within 24 - 48 hours. The application is the first step in our process. Once you are approved, we can make arrangements for you to meet any of our cats or kittens. If you are not sure which one you might be interested in, we can help you narrow your search!
All our cats and kittens are tested, spayed or neutered, UTD on vaccinations, wormed, and microchipped before adoption.