My name is Hannah!

Siamese Cat for adoption in Anderson, California - Hannah
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Stillwater Cat Haven

Facts about Hannah

  • Breed: Siamese
  • Color: Cream Or Ivory (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 5379690
  • Hair: Long
Meet our Fabulous Adoptable Felines!



Hannah. A 2-year old DLH Lynx Point beauty is shy until you get to know her. She was a feral 8 week old kitten when she was trapped in Anderson with her mom and two sisters. Loves to be brushed and likes to come in when its cold. She is happy indoors and outdoors and if someone is willing to give her a little time, she is sure to become a wonderful companion. Hannah is friendly but not what I would call a lap cat yet. Hannah's favorite thing is to have someone brush her beautiful coat and tail, she will bump you and beg you for more whenever she sees someone with a brush. Hannah has been spayed, tested negative for any disease and is up to date with her shots.

 Hannah is fine with other cats but would really do best without much competition. She is not very aggressive and will let other animals take over her place for special attention or treats.




Please, email for more information on our adoptable cats. Stillwater Cat Haven is located in Anderson, CA. Our Adoption Fee is $50. All Adult Cats are Spayed/Neutered, Current on Vaccinations and Tested for Feline Leukemia.

About Stillwater Cat Haven

About Our Rescue Group...

My husband and myself have spent the past 12 years working on my passion for rescuing feral and abandoned cats here in Shasta County, located in Northern California. We have spent almost all of our time, a great deal of our money and energy changing our home and rural property into a safe and secure sanctuary for hungry, injured, sick and unwanted cats that we've found in our community. This includes cats surviving in parks, around fast food restaurants, commercial buildings, vacated houses, and trailer parks.

We work with local animal control agencies, pet adoption groups and other caring individuals to keep these unwanted pets from being mistreated, struggling to survive, injured, or euthanized. Many were family pets before being abandoned. They are all frightened, very hungry, and many have been terrorized, but it is amazing to see how they quickly respond to food and a gentle voice.

Our efforts began in locating, feeding, trapping, spay and neutering, releasing and maintaining homeless cat colonies. Currently there are 17 different locations where nightly feeding and monitoring occurs. Stabilizing colony size with spay and neuters, feeding and monitoring each has created a commitment in time, energy and significant expense. Over time it became apparent that many of the cats being cared for needed a safe house and we decided to relocate them to our property where they are protected and loved.

Little did we realize when we stated this journey that our home would grow into a 24/7 sanctuary. Today we include six part-time employees and we buy carloads of food and litter weekly to maintain the operation that now exists.

Please consider helping us with a donation to help the homeless cats and become part of the solution of the abandoned and feral cat problems. We will be most grateful and life will be full of purring contented cats as a result!

Joan Neptune, Founder
Stillwater Cat Haven

Come Meet Our Pets...

We feel that taking our Cats to Adoption Events exposes them to undo stress and that you really can't see their true personality in unfamiliar surroundings. So, once approved, we will invite you to our Sanctuary to visit our Cats.

Our Adoption Process...

Our fees are minimal and in no way do they cover the expenses used to rehabilitate these forgotten Cats. We have an appication that we will send to you via email. Once approved, we will invite you to our Sanctuary to choose your Forever Friend.