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Azalea

Domestic Longhair

Female, Adult
Westfield, IN
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Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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These are not “cuddlers”. These are young adults that came to us from Indy Neighborhood Cats when they were kittens. They were born feral and we have been working on socialization for months. They do NOT like to be picked up, and barely allow us to pet them. But they LOVE playtime with tunnels and cat trees. ADOPTER WILL NEED TO CONTINUE SOCIALIZATION. Azalea is a sweet girl who will only let you pet her on her terms. Larkspur will not let you move him, pick him up, or do anything to him, except pet him sometimes. He was the spiciest kitten when he came to us and hasn't changed much. He does not trust human hands. He needs a covered litter box with no door or he'll overshoot the sides of the litter box. WE WILL ONLY ADOPT THEM AS A BONDED PAIR. Azalea & Larkspur are TRUE long-haired and will play to the point of overheating themselves, and then panting. These cats have not been around dogs or small children. We insist on a cat-only household with children over 12. Azalea & Larkspur are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, tested negative for FIV/FeLV and are microchipped. Approximate date of birth is August 21, 2022. Adoption fee = $75 per cat ($150 total) To adopt, please contact us at centralinfostercats@gmail.com.
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Larkspur

Domestic Longhair

Male, Adult
Westfield, IN
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Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
These are not “cuddlers”. These are young adults that came to us from Indy Neighborhood Cats when they were kittens. They were born feral and we have been working on socialization for months. They do NOT like to be picked up, and barely allow us to pet them. But they LOVE playtime with tunnels and cat trees. ADOPTER WILL NEED TO CONTINUE SOCIALIZATION. Azalea is a sweet girl who will only let you pet her on her terms. Larkspur will not let you move him, pick him up, or do anything to him, except pet him sometimes. He was the spiciest kitten when he came to us and hasn't changed much. He does not trust human hands. He needs a covered litter box with no door or he'll overshoot the sides of the litter box. WE WILL ONLY ADOPT THEM AS A BONDED PAIR. Azalea & Larkspur are TRUE long-haired and will play to the point of overheating themselves, and then panting. These cats have not been around dogs or small children. We insist on a cat-only household with children over 12. Azalea & Larkspur are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, tested negative for FIV/FeLV and are microchipped. Approximate date of birth is August 21, 2022. Adoption fee = $75 per cat ($150 total) To adopt, please contact us at centralinfostercats@gmail.com.
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Beaux

Domestic Longhair Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Senior
Fishers, IN
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House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
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BeauxSigh. I remember the shelter. I started out at HSHC as a little kitten back in 2012. Boy, was I cute or what? I got adopted, but in 2021, I was a stray cat again. I got adopted, but the pets in the home rejected me, so I went back to HSHC. I got adopted again in 2022, but due to my owner's failing health, I was surrendered. I have had at least three names, Leaf, Leo, and Beaux. I am now 11 years old and just a bit depressed by my situation. I spent time in a foster home, but I was returned to the shelter because I couldn't bear being in the same space as the resident cat. I am just not a fan of other cats. Being rejected has not been easy for me. I am considered a very handsome DLH Tabby cat with a calm, peaceful personality. I have lived successfully with dogs and kids--cats are the exception! The interviewer lady greeted me, trying to get a response from me by using all of my names. I was quiet and stayed in my Kasa. But I let her pet me and give me some loving attention. It felt good to be touched. I know the right home is out there waiting for me, and I can't let myself give up hope. If you want to change my life for the good, please give me another chance. 5-22-24
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Beau (in foster)

Domestic Longhair Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Fishers, IN
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Spayed or Neutered,
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BeauThis just in! On 2-25-24, my foster mom reported that I was doing very well. I am sweet-natured and love being close to my humans, sleeping, cuddling, or being in the same room. However, I get startled easily and sometimes jump when people approach me suddenly. I am still very hesitant to be around the cats in the house, but I do get along great with the dog! My dog friend and I sit with each other and sometimes boop noses. I still require plenty of time to learn to trust, but once I do trust you I will become your shadow and follow you everywhere! On October 31, 2023, I was found in Carmel getting ready to go "trick or treating." I ended up at the HSHC, where I've been treated like a king. Being a stray cat, 6 years old, and unfamiliar with the idea of being a pet, I was freaked out initially. I was given a complete check-up, my live fleas were treated, and I was neutered. I went to live in a foster home to learn to trust people and relax. However, this is when I discovered that I don't like cats! I began to terrorize the boy and girl cat in my foster home. My foster mom had to split us up! She said that when I feel scared (most of the time!) I tend to freeze rather than flee. I let her pick me up, hold me, and even brush me, but I still could not relax and enjoy it. So, I am a unique combination of a bully to cats and a coward with people. I need a confident, patient owner who can give me all the time I need to become a brave family member. Obviously, I should be the only cat in the household. I'll do my best to be courageous! 1-24-24
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Ida (Smitten Kitten)

Domestic Longhair Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Fishers, IN
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Spayed or Neutered,
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IdaI bet I'm the only person you know named Ida, who is only 3-years-old, not 87! But you don't get to pick your name when you are a cat from a crowded shelter. I moved to HSHC in early May and soon found myself at the Smitten Kitten Cat Cafe (SKCC), which is a little ironic since I don't care for cats. But I do love people, and this is a great place to meet new folks who might adopt me! I've been identified as a black-and-white DMH or, as I prefer, DLH. As much as I try to avoid direct conversations with the cats, I generally ignore them on my way to visit with a person. One of the staff here calls me her sweet little fluffy Idaho potato. Isn't that a hoot?! But it helps to distinguish me from Joy, another B&W female with short hair. I was happy to visit with the interviewer lady (IL) so that she could publish our interview. I could tell she loved petting my soft, silky hair by the way she lingered over me. I enjoy finding a nice place to lie next to someone so that they can take in my affectionate nature without another cat budging into our space. I'm a calm and gentle cat, always ready to offer a comforting presence. I'm also in good health and don't require any special care. I had a rough start in life, but I'm resilient and ready to start a new chapter with a loving family. Tell you what. I'll wait for you to come and meet me, and we can take it from there. Tata for now. 6-11-24
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Janey Lane

Domestic Longhair

Female, Adult
Fishers, IN
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Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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If you are interested in adopting an ARPO pet, please visit our website, for details about our fees and process, and to complete our Adoption Application.   ARPO limits adoptions to within 50 miles of Indianapolis.  We do not have a shelter; all pets are in volunteer foster homes.  Janey Lane is in my ears and in my eyes...   You won't be able to stop singing when you meet Janey Lane with her big owl eyes! Janey is looking for the purrfect lap to snuggle up in. She'll make her biscuits and then settle in for as long as you let her. Janey loves playing fetch and with her turbo scratcher. She has been around other cats, but not dogs or children, although she could potentially do well with both. Do you have a warm lap & love getting kitty snuggles? Janey Lane might just be the purrfect kitty for you!   DOB 5/1/21  If you are interested in adopting an ARPO pet, please complete the online Adoption Application.  If you would like to donate to this pet's care, please click here. July 14, 2024, 5:17 pm

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9.6 miles

Central Indiana Foster Cats

PO Box 281, Westfield, IN 46074

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11.9 miles

Humane Society for Hamilton County

10501 Hague Road, Fishers, IN 46038

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11.9 miles

Alliance for Responsible Pet Ownership, Inc.

P. O. Box 6385, Fishers, IN 46038

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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17.9 miles

Animal Protection League

613 Dewey Street, Anderson, IN 46016

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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23.3 miles

Kokomo Humane Society

729 E. Hoffer St, Kokomo, IN 46902

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Rescue

25.7 miles

S.O.A.R. Initiative, Inc.

4025 W 10th St, Indianapolis, IN 46222

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Rescue

26 miles

Hancock County Humane Society

214 E. Main St., Greenfield, IN 46140

Pet Types: cats

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26 miles

Biscuit Factory Animal Rescue Inc

P.O. Box 1101, 207 North Main St, Greenfield, IN 46140

Pet Types: cats

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27.2 miles

IndyVet

5425 Victory Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46203

Pet Types: cats

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44.5 miles

Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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