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We'll also keep you updated on JJ's adoption status with email updates.
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JJ

Domestic Longhair

Male, Kitten
Walnut Creek, CA
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(when grown) -
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Please contact Marilyn (marileealong@comcast.net), (925) 788-4397 for more information about this pet.JJ - About 9 weeks old    JJ was named after the two workers who found him alone in a utility building as a tiny kitten. He was taken in by a foster and has become a very sweet, affectionate little boy who loves cuddles and purrs on command. He'll perch on your shoulder and sleep or rest next to your laptop as you work, anything to be near you. He plays very well with his two adoptive siblings though he is particularly fond of his little brother, Chester, as they play and cuddle together perfectly.    Please contact Marilyn at Marileealong@comcast.net for more information. June 25, 2024, 2:22 am
We'll also keep you updated on Toast's adoption status with email updates.
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Toast

Domestic Longhair

Male, Adult
Walnut Creek, CA
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Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
I adopted Toast when he was two months old from PetSmart and he is now 8 years old. I think he is a great cat for someone who works as he is very independent. He still needs some play time and he loves playing with paper balls so you don't even need to get too many toys! He does get easily frightened and is not very affectionate, but he has his moments with those he trusts. He will sometimes roll over on his back for you to pet him and he will rub his head on you when you feed him as if he is saying "thank you". He definitely has his quirks, so don't be surprised if he is asking you for the glass of water in your hand, ha ha. He may be a shy cat whose affection and trust is earned, but this aspect about him is what makes his love that much more rewarding. He really is a sweet boy who deserves a loving home. He also has experience being an indoor outdoor cat but he does well as just an indoor cat as long as you provide him things to scratch, cat nip, and play with him for a few minutes.
We'll also keep you updated on Blaze's adoption status with email updates.
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Blaze

Domestic Longhair

Female Kitten
Walnut Creek, CA
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Blaze is a cute cream-colored, orange tabby that was abandoned in a carrier with three other kittens in a park. A Good Samaritan found them and got them to a rescue.    Blaze is a big fluff ball of cream-colored fur and some white accents. His fur is so soft and he has the cutest pink nose that stands out on his face. He loves to tumble and wrestle around and then curl up to take a long nap. Blaze is also independent, and will happily play alone and entertain himself in his own world. He seems to have a very active imagination and he does the funniest things. He loves mealtime and runs over to gobble up his food. Blaze can be a bit shy at first but will warm up when given time. Blaze loves to curl up on the very top of cat trees and look around before dosing off to sleep.    Blaze is 10 weeks old and ready for a forever home. Blaze would be happiest if he can find a home that already has a cat. He is being fostered through Community Concern For Cats.   Adoption fees include all vaccinations, dewormer, flea treatment, microchip and neuter surgery. If you would like to meet this fuzzy, cream colored boy, please text Jamie at 925-980-9703.Click here to watch a video of Blaze.June 25, 2024, 2:22 am
We'll also keep you updated on Sweet Briar's adoption status with email updates.
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Sweet Briar

Domestic Longhair

Female, Young
Walnut Creek, CA
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(when grown) -
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Sweet Briar is as sweet as her name. She has unusual markings with 3 distinctive spots on her belly.  Her eyes are a golden yellow.  Briar to jump up high and appreciates being able to choose when to snuggle. When she does, she is a love! She LOVES playing with extra-large sparkly pompoms, nibble on an occasional cat nip treat, chase after a feather stick, and wrestle with her brother Topsy with whom she is bonded.   Her mama was discovered with newborn kittens, so they started life with their foster at a young age. Sweet Briar and her siblings have been lived indoors their whole life with other cats, a dog, and children.    She may be timid at first but will warm up quickly with a little patience and love.    For more info on Sweet Briar or to meet her in person, please email gemma_os@yahoo.com   Foster: Brit Boswell     June 25, 2024, 2:22 am
We'll also keep you updated on Cinnamon's adoption status with email updates.
Special Needs
Bonded Pair
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Cinnamon

Domestic Longhair

Male, 7 yrs 8 mos
Alamo, CA
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(when grown) -
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Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Cinnamon and Lady Catherine are a bonded pair of fluffy 7-year-old cats. (Might be siblings; we are not sure.) Theirs is a bit of a hard-luck story, and they have some special needs. They’re looking for that special home to help them blossom, so if you think that might be yours, read on! Six years ago, the two fluffballs were trapped in a retail parking lot as part of a feral cat fixing program. Both seemed pretty feral at first, but with one needing extra medical care and both being so doggone cute, their rescuer just couldn't bear to return them to the parking lot. She kept them at her home and worked with them, seeing substantial progress over time. Cinnamon is a cute-as-can-be orange male cat. When he first came to us, his tail was dragging on the ground. It was found to have permanent nerve damage and had to be amputated. He didn’t seem to miss it, and has just a cute little nub on his backside now. Cinnamon has developed a sweet, demure and laid-back personality. He has such a lovable begging face when he wants pets, purrs very loudly and looks so serene when he receives them! After some time in foster care, Cinnamon was noticed straining to urinate and was found to have bladder stones. He had surgery to remove them, and thereafter was placed on a prescription diet formulated to keep the bladder crystals from recurring and forming into stones. Right now he’s primarily eating Hills S/O dry food. (Increasing the amount of wet food would probably be even better if you can.) At any rate, he’s been maintaining on the diet for several years now, and the bladder issue has not recurred. To check up on him, we had an ultrasound done very recently, and the vet found no signs of additional stones forming. So, it’s a good indication that the diet is working as planned and keeping him healthy. The food is easy to obtain, and while it is a little more expensive than regular cat food, it’s not outrageous. Lady Catherine is a drop-dead gorgeous calico female and Cinnamon’s best buddy. She is shyer than Cinnamon, and would require a good dose of patience as she settles into a new location. Once she gets to know someone, she can be quite friendly, rubbing coquettishly on the cat tree and hoping for a visit. She does blow a bit hot and cold and sometimes just isn’t in the mood at all. We are sure that with more personalized attention, she would continue to blossom further and really get the chance to live her best life. For convenience since they are roommates, Lady Catherine has been eating the same food as Cinnamon (it doesn’t hurt for her to eat it, even though she doesn’t require it). What is so much fun about these two, is watching them interact together. They spend most of their time sitting and cuddling together, or sort of weaving around each other with purrs and nuzzles. It is really sweet to see how much they love each other! A couple years ago, this pair actually did get adopted. Their new dad adored them but tragically, he passed away unexpectedly, and the family called the rescue to come repossess the cats. They had been blissfully happy in the home, and they do not understand why they had to come back to foster care. From this experience, we know Cinnamon and Catherine would need a quiet home with patient person(s) willing to take it slow. It would probably go best to keep them in one room of the house for a month or possibly a couple months until they acclimate. They would not be a good fit for a home with kids or dogs; they have gotten very accustomed to quiet adults. They do get along great with other cats, but of course there is the food requirement so if there are other cats eating other food in the home, you’d need a method to separate Cinnamon for feeding (which certainly is not impossible and we can talk about strategies for this, if that’s your situation). Both kitties are about 7 years old at this time. I know most people will think this is too old for a new cat… keep in mind however that with proper care, indoor kitties typically live 15-20 years. Cinnamon and Lady Catherine have a whole “ACT TWO” ahead of them! They are special kitties, and so very deserving of that second chance to live their best life. They have been fixed, brought up to date on vaccinations, and tested FIV/FELV negative. They have always done a great job of using the litterbox! There is an adoption donation to the Feral Cat Foundation (an all-volunteer organization, which helped get them out of a bad situation and provided all of their medical care) to help us continue our work with homeless cats. If you would like to meet this fluffy pair or have any questions, please reach out by phone or email!
We'll also keep you updated on Lady Catherine's adoption status with email updates.
Special Needs
Bonded Pair
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Lady Catherine

Domestic Longhair

Female, 7 yrs 8 mos
Alamo, CA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Cinnamon and Lady Catherine are a bonded pair of fluffy 7-year-old cats. (Might be siblings; we are not sure.) Theirs is a bit of a hard-luck story, and they have some special needs. They’re looking for that special home to help them blossom, so if you think that might be yours, read on! Six years ago, the two fluffballs were trapped in a retail parking lot as part of a feral cat fixing program. Both seemed pretty feral at first, but with one needing extra medical care and both being so doggone cute, their rescuer just couldn't bear to return them to the parking lot. She kept them at her home and worked with them, seeing substantial progress over time. Cinnamon is a cute-as-can-be orange male cat. When he first came to us, his tail was dragging on the ground. It was found to have permanent nerve damage and had to be amputated. He didn’t seem to miss it, and has just a cute little nub on his backside now. Cinnamon has developed a sweet, demure and laid-back personality. He has such a lovable begging face when he wants pets, purrs very loudly and looks so serene when he receives them! After some time in foster care, Cinnamon was noticed straining to urinate and was found to have bladder stones. He had surgery to remove them, and thereafter was placed on a prescription diet formulated to keep the bladder crystals from recurring and forming into stones. Right now he’s primarily eating Hills S/O dry food. (Increasing the amount of wet food would probably be even better if you can.) At any rate, he’s been maintaining on the diet for several years now, and the bladder issue has not recurred. To check up on him, we had an ultrasound done very recently, and the vet found no signs of additional stones forming. So, it’s a good indication that the diet is working as planned and keeping him healthy. The food is easy to obtain, and while it is a little more expensive than regular cat food, it’s not outrageous. Lady Catherine is a drop-dead gorgeous calico female and Cinnamon’s best buddy. She is shyer than Cinnamon, and would require a good dose of patience as she settles into a new location. Once she gets to know someone, she can be quite friendly, rubbing coquettishly on the cat tree and hoping for a visit. She does blow a bit hot and cold and sometimes just isn’t in the mood at all. We are sure that with more personalized attention, she would continue to blossom further and really get the chance to live her best life. For convenience since they are roommates, Lady Catherine has been eating the same food as Cinnamon (it doesn’t hurt for her to eat it, even though she doesn’t require it). What is so much fun about these two, is watching them interact together. They spend most of their time sitting and cuddling together, or sort of weaving around each other with purrs and nuzzles. It is really sweet to see how much they love each other! A couple years ago, this pair actually did get adopted. Their new dad adored them but tragically, he passed away unexpectedly, and the family called the rescue to come repossess the cats. They had been blissfully happy in the home, and they do not understand why they had to come back to foster care. From this experience, we know Cinnamon and Catherine would need a quiet home with patient person(s) willing to take it slow. It would probably go best to keep them in one room of the house for a month or possibly a couple months until they acclimate. They would not be a good fit for a home with kids or dogs; they have gotten very accustomed to quiet adults. They do get along great with other cats, but of course there is the food requirement so if there are other cats eating other food in the home, you’d need a method to separate Cinnamon for feeding (which certainly is not impossible and we can talk about strategies for this, if that’s your situation). Both kitties are about 7 years old at this time. I know most people will think this is too old for a new cat… keep in mind however that with proper care, indoor kitties typically live 15-20 years. Cinnamon and Lady Catherine have a whole “ACT TWO” ahead of them! They are special kitties, and so very deserving of that second chance to live their best life. They have been fixed, brought up to date on vaccinations, and tested FIV/FELV negative. They have always done a great job of using the litterbox! There is an adoption donation to the Feral Cat Foundation (an all-volunteer organization, which helped get them out of a bad situation and provided all of their medical care) to help us continue our work with homeless cats. If you would like to meet this fluffy pair or have any questions, please reach out by phone or email!

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Community Concern For Cats

Walnut Creek, CA 94596

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Walnut Creek, CA 94596

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Walnut Creek, CA 94596

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5.6 miles

Feral Cat Foundation

PO Box 1173, Alamo, CA 94507

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Feral Cat Foundation

PO Box 1173, Alamo, CA 94507

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7.1 miles

East Bay SPCA - Oakland

8323 Baldwin Street, Oakland, CA 94621

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7.2 miles

Joybound People and Pets

2890 Mitchell Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94598

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Joybound People and Pets

2890 Mitchell Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94598

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2890 Mitchell Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94598

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Joybound People and Pets

2890 Mitchell Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94598

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