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Cats for Adoption: Bonnie and Clyde

Surely you’d like a set of house panthers with easily recognizable names! Sister Bonnie is long-haired and brother Clyde is sleekly short-haired. They will be ready for their new homes after Halloween, but Pittsburgh CAT is taking applications now. They are 5 to 6 months old and were found outside.

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Cats for Adoption: The Sugar Lump Family!

Doesn’t everyone need a little family of sugar lumps around the house? Marshmallows? Puff balls? These three are a family, mom and son and daughter, and they are as sweet as they look. They were seen on the street and rescued, and sadly for as friendly as they are they

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Cats for Adoption: Milo’s Happy Ending

Milo was born outside in Mt. Washington, was trapped when he was about three months old.  He was fixed, rabies vaccinated, ear tipped, combo tested then returned to where he was from.  When he left the trap, he meowed the whole time after he was released, so the person returning

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Blog the Change for Animals: Rescue, Rehome, Repeat

This very pretty calico kitty is a stray who showed up in someone’s back yard—and she’s a tripod, missing her right hind leg. It doesn’t stop her from getting around though! When a senior kitty missing one hind leg shows up in the back yard, friendly, affectionate, social, seemingly in

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Cats for Adoption: “Formerly Feral” Bridgette

Another black kitty! But Bridgette has another distinction—she was one of the other kitties trapped from the colony I mentioned in today’s rescue story where I released the black feral cat. The town is known as Bridgeville, hence, Bridgette. She’s a semi-long-haired kitty and will probably have a somewhat fuller

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Cats for Adoption: Fluffy and Bonk, Homes of Their Own

A friend is working independently on a large colony TNR project at a trailer park west of Pittsburgh along with two smaller projects near her home. These two cats were trapped in one of the colonies near her home and she is fostering while she works out the other projects,

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Cats for Adoption: Noah Navigating His Ark

And here’s another house panther to consider for your collection! A long-time rescuer friend has been working on a number of cats at a house in her neighborhood who live indoor/outdoor, mostly outdoor, and are not spayed or neutered nor receive much veterinary care. The owners feed them but tell

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Cats for Adoption: A Set of House Panthers and Trouble

If you’ve been reading The Creative Cat for any length of time you know the beauty of having a house panther around the house. Start your own collection, or add to the one you already have! And that little Trouble, well, her name should say it all! These five kittens

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Cats for Adoption: Guess Who’s Almost Ready?

Yes, this handsome little kitty is just about ready to move into your home! I know everyone thinks I should keep him, but being able to foster another cat or kitten in need is just as important as giving Smokie a home, and maybe moreso. I’ve always felt that way

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Cats for Adoption: Butch Cassidy and Sundance

Apparently, Butch Cassidy and Sundance need another hole in the wall to hang out. These two boys are young and were adopted together, but one human caretaker recently died of cancer and the other is unable to take care of them. They are healthy and very well-behaved young cats. Here’s

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