Brady is an active nine month old who loves to talk. He is playful and social with people of all ages and with other cats. He was originally found as a stray but was obliviously a house pet at one time. Brady is charming boy who can’t wait to meet you
Update: Charlie has been adopted. Charlie is a handsome,frontal declawed twelve-year- old boy who had to come to the shelter after his mom moved into an apartment which doesn’t allow cats. He has lived in a home all of his life and needs to find another family as soon as possible. He needs a quiet setting with adults who will give him the TLC he is used to. He is available for adoption or permanent foster.
Muffin is a one year old sweetie who came to the shelter with a litter of kittens. Of course, her babies have all found homes, and now Muffin is waiting for someone to give her the same opportunity. She is smart and affectionate and would be happiest in a semi-active home with adults or older kids.
This interesting looking fellow is actually a fourteen month old Havanese. Wookie found his way into the shelter when his owner became ill and wouldn’t take care of him. Since Wookie has spent most of his young life in a crate, we had to get him shaved. His hair will grow back and will a little care and compassion he will look like a million dollars in no time. Wookie is a little nervous meeting new people but he warms up and has a nice disposition. If you are looking for a smaller dog and forever friend Wookie may be the dog for you.
Shabby is a six year old Persian. She has lived with an older woman all her life and needs a quiet home. She is very friendly with people but cannot be with any other animals. She must be the ONLY pet.
She was matted and our groomer spot shaved her, but she needs an owner who is used to dealing with a Persian coat. It is likely that she will have to be completely shaved or at minimum, brushed daily.
She is very out of place at the shelter. She needs a home as soon as possible
Great news! Casino’s adoption fee has been prepaid by a Guardian Angel
Casino is a two year old tabby with beautiful markings. He is very sweet but somewhat timid, so a quiet adult home would be best. He was found behind a local casino (hence the name) and it is a sure bet that he would make a great companion in a home of his own.
Great news! Hawthorne’s adoption fee has been prepaid by a Guardian Angel
Hawthorne is a young cat who has tested positive for the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (also called FIV or feline AIDS). He was rescued after being dumped at a local park. He is a sweet and loving boy who was obviously a house pet as a kitten, but as so often happens, was no longer wanted after he grew into a cat.
Hawthorne would be perfect for a family of any age. He has no special medical needs, and will live a normal lifespan. He should be an only cat or live in a home with other FIV+ cats, as FIV is contagious to other cats in certain circumstances. FIV IS A CATS-ONLY VIRUS AND CANNOT AFFECT PEOPLE OR DOGS.
Hawthorne has lots of love to give and he wants to give it all to you!
Arizona is a long-haired young frontal declawed girl who was found outside as a stray. She is an extremely sweet lap cat and likes to be held. She would be happy in a home with adults or older kids who will make sure that she never goes outside, as she has no claws and no defence against predators.
Bojangles was trapped accidentally by shelter staff who were trying to capture another cat which had run away from her home. Bojangles had scars from many fights with other unneutered male cats and, sadly, tested positive for the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). Now that he has been neutered and has been at the shelter for two months, he is looking-and feeling-much better, and staff and volunteers love his sweet personality. Bojangles never had a real home, but we are sure he would love a chance to be part of a loving family. Because he is FIV+ he must be an only cat or with other cats who are FIV+ also.
Great News! Bojangles’ adoption fee has been paid by a GuardianAngel
Baxter is a young FIV-positive boy who was found behind a local shopping plaza. He is very affectionate and was obviously somebody’s pet before he was abandoned. He is good with other cats,and will have a normal lifespan, but because he is has the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, he should be either an only cat or live with other FIV-positive cats in an indoor home.
When three-month-olds Groucho, Harpo, and Chico arrived at the shelter seven years ago,they were very shy around people. Groucho became friendly soon afterward, and was adopted. His brother, Chico, and sister, Harpo, spent the next six years cuddling together and avoiding people. A few months ago, Chico started to trust his caregivers and found out that he liked to be petted. He was adopted after spending seven years at the shelter and is dong well in his new home.
Now that Chico is gone, Harpo has suddenly started to become friendly and looks forward to being petted. She has been at the shelter long enough. She needs someone who will give her whatever time is necessary to acclimate to a real home. She would do well with other cats who are non-aggressive like herself.
If you have room for another kitty and the patience to let her be herself, consider Harpo.
Mister Mister is a seven year old Manx boy who loves people. He is very affectionate and will lie on your feet and rub on your legs. He is used to being an only cat so he prefers to be the only feline in your life, but he has lived with dogs all his life. He is available for permanent foster care as well as adoption
Lily is a six year old beauty who is frontal declawed. She was surrendered by her owner because the other cats in the household were picking on her. She is super sweet and likes to be held and handled. She needs a quiet home with someone who will give her all the love she has missed throughout the years.
Samantha is a sweet senior who came to the shelter because her owner is very ill. She is a polydactyl (extra toes) cat and has been a housecat all her life. She is available for permanent foster as well as adoption. She doesn’t want to live out her golden years in the shelter-she needs a home as soon as possible.
Patches is a four year old female American Bulldog mix with a sweet disposition. She gets along with other dogs, cats and birds. If you are looking for a very affectionate forever friends Patches may just be the dog for you.
Cookie is a seven-year-old declawed girl who was adopted from us when she was only four months old. Her owner passed away and now she is back and looking for another family. She is used to a quiet adult home and is very loving. She seems very out of place at the shelter and needs to find another home as soon as possible.
Prince is a handsome two-year-old boy who arrived at the shelter with his siblings, Harper and Hailey. he is very social with other cats and he likes people. He would be happiest in a calm home with another cat.
Great news! Prince’s adoption fee has been paid by his Guardian Angel.
My owner left me outside of the shelter, but the dogs scared me, and I ran into the street and got hit by a car. I was able to get to the shelter door and after two months, I’m good as new. I love people and I like to be petted and held. I’m not even a year old, and I’m ready to have a real home where I’ll be safe and loved
Indigo is a stunning six-year-old Hemmingway (extra-toes cat) who was adopted from our facility when she was a youngster. She was recently returned because a new family member was allergic to her. She would do best in a quiet home with no other cats or dogs since she is easily intimidated by other animals. She needs time to adjust to new surroundings but would make a wonderful companion for a senior citizen who is looking for someone to love. She is available for adoption or permanent foster.
Bella is a ten month old blue nosed American Bulldog. She gets along well with dogs her size and tolerates cats. She has some food aggression issues and needs to be fed alone or in a crate. With proper training and patience this shouldn’t become any lasting issue.
If you would like to meet Bella she is currently being fostered in Martin County. You may contact Ashley Crutcher at 772-333-6227 and she will be happy to answer your questions or set up a meeting with you and Bella.
Moses is a two and a half year old housecat who was surrendered by his owner. He is a very handsome boy but is used to being the only cat in a home, and would be happiest if he was the “king” of his castle. He likes to be petted and is very people-friendly. He would be happiest in an adult home or home with older kids.
Saber is a young adult who is very sweet and handsome. He was dumped behind a Port St Lucie grocery store, and at first he was very cautious. He is quite a talker, however when he gets to know, you and he truly loves to be petted. He would do best in a quiet adult home where he could feel safe an loved.
Trouble is a seven and a half year old male Schnauzer. He has some skin issues he is being treated for so right now he is half bald. Trouble has a very nice disposition and gets along well with other dogs his size. If you are interested in a very unique looking Schnauzer then stop by the shelter during business hours and meet Trouble.
Gouda has been at the shelter ever since he was a kitten. He was very timid at first but now enjoys people and other cats, too. He is only a year old and very playful but needs a calmer adult home where he can feel safe. He is a very sweet and loving boy.