Cat Rescue in Klamath County | Oregon Humane Society
Our goal is to place each cat in a permanent, responsible, and loving forever home.
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Mufasa (top) and Simba (bottom) are a gorgeous pair of brother cats who are just under 1 year old. They are your typical brothers that play fight, wrestle, chase each other and sometimes get themselves into harmless trouble. These brothers could not be more opposite though. Although they love to play with toy mice and each other, they have very different attitudes towards people. Mufasa is still learning to trust people and enjoys having his own secluded space away from foot traffic and quick movements. Simba really helps Mufasa to feel more confident and they love to snuggle and share their space! Simba also loves to lay on you and expects petting him to be a top priority! He will have conversations with you, play fetch with his favorite mouse when he’s in one of his playful moods, follow you around your home until you stop what you’re doing to pet him, and come to you when he’s called – or hears the treat bag of course. These kitties are a wonderful pair and would probably do best in a home without other pets or children so Mufasa can continue to gain his confidence. This bonded pair loves to lay on a fluffy blanket placed near the windowsill looking outside at all the activity, taking cat naps in the sun and grooming each other. These boys are currently living in a foster home, so fill out an application to meet them today! They come neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped for a combined adoption fee of $180.
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Nw Cat Rescue| cat/kitten rescue/adoptions| Eugene/Springfield Oregon
Wild Rivers Animal Rescue is located in Gold Beach, Oregon. The organization is not a chapter of any other agency and does not have a parent organization. Relying on private donations, funds from the county dog licensing program and funds raised through our thrift store, Wild Rivers Animal Rescue shelters and re-homes abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs and cats, and provides humane education for the community about compassion and responsibility toward all animals.All our rescued cats live with volunteers in a home environment where we evaluate them to find out how they interact with people (lap sitter, very outgoing, laid back, a little reserved, good with children, etc.); and how they are with other pets (are they loners, do they enjoy another pet's company, perhaps they like a nice dog better than another cat). Knowing these personality traits before adoption helps you choose the best pet for your family, and helps us choose the best families for our animals.