Over the past few weeks, we've been featuring some local Brooklyn cats looking for homes in our weekly class newsletter. We've compiled them here for easy reference and sharing. Check these guys out and meet your new best friend!
Rigatoni via Kitty Loft
Rigatoni should be a famous internet cat by now! She is hilarious, a true Brooklyn girl with attitude who likes nothing more than to be a couch potato next to a human. She is wickedly bright and adds humor to Kitty Loft. She has been up for adoption now for what seems like years, as she was first with City Critters and now residing at Kitty Loft. Change her whole life and give her a window with some sunshine to lay in and a human best friend.
Junior via Brooklyn Animal Action
Junior is an inquisitive, sweet young kitty looking for his forever home. What's wonderful about Junior is he's a true kitten-at-heart and would be just as content in a one-cat-home as he would be in a home with other cats to play with! Junior has been fully vetted and has a clean bill of health. If you'd like to meet your new best friend Junior, please email Tara.
Godfrey via Brooklyn Animal Action
Godfrey wears his heart on his head, a heart shaped black mark on top of his head is the first indication he is nothing but love. Godfrey is a very sweet, gentle kitty who gets along great with other kitties but truly loves people. Godfrey has been neutered, tested negative for fiv/felv, microchipped and vaccinated. He's ready for his forever home!
If you would like to meet Godfrey, please contact Claire.
Leonard via Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition
Leonard is a sweet grey boy who, while appearing strong and stoic, is a complete and utter mush to anyone who offers a good head rub. He is more a laid-back fella, but hardly minds mixing it up with various strings and toys. When Leonard is not lounging around and being his tenderhearted self, he will be rubbing up alongside, looking for as much affection as he can get.
Leonard is about 5 years old, neutered, vaccinated, FIV/FeLV negative and microchipped. For more info and to set up a time to visit Leonard in his Ditmas Park foster home, please email BBAWC.
Shy Ann via Brooklyn Animal Action
Shy Ann was found in a backyard, hungry, cold and very skinny. She was rescued by a kind friend of Brooklyn Animal Action and has been living with a rescuer and her cats. Shy Ann is warming up to people and other cats. With love and patience, she will continue to overcome her shyness. Shy Ann has been spayed, vaccinated and is ready to be adopted. If you would like to meet her, please contact Claire.