LOA Adult Cats Ready for Adoption
All LOA cats available for adoption are spayed / neutered, microchipped and 
are current on required vaccinations. If you would like to meet a cat in person, click the link of the cat you are interested in to email our adoption manager. 
Adult Cats
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Finn
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 DOB: 11/01/2015
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Yes
Good with Kids: Yes 

Needs another cat in the home: Finn likes the company of other cats.
Please meet Finn!  She came to LOA from our local Emergency Animal Hospital at the end of 2015 when she was just a couple of months old.  Finn was found by a Good Samaritan and brought to the Animal Emergency Hospital after being viciously attacked by what we can only assume was a dog or perhaps a wild animal.  She was in pretty bad shape for a while, but luckily it turned out that all of her wounds were superficial and no internal injuries were found.  She still retains the scars on the back of her head and neck from the attack.  To have had such a rough beginning, Finn has blossomed into a quiet, sweet little girl that loves to play, snuggle (and play some more).  She is a little shy when meeting new people, but has really bonded well with her foster family.  She lives with other kittens, cats and a small dog.  Finn’s perfect home would be with another nice cat or older kitten to play and cuddle with.  The activity of younger children might scare her, but older kids would be okay.  
  
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Luigi
DOB 4-1-2017
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Okay, let’s keep it real here.  I used to be a wild fella with a taste for adventure – midnight counter-cruising, theme parties, making fun of dogs, digging through the trash.  I’ve played the bachelor scene – been on lots of dates, but I think I’m ready to find my one and only forever home.  I’m not crazy about other cats – they all get on my last nerve.  And trust me, neither one of us wants that.   My new home must be catnip-friendly, but no trying to make me chase that stupid little light.  You and I both know I’m never gonna catch it.  I’d like a home where I could use my  sweet pantry-opening skills – that would be a mad plus.  I’m a big proponent of “man spreading” too – gotta have a nice couch or bed where I can spread out and get REAL comfortable.   Also your cheap store bought treats arent so much my thing.  I love butternut squash and pumpkin organic baby food. ..gotta get your fiber in you know!

  You interested?  Call me, toots!

Luigi is a hoot!  He needs a home just like the one he’s described above – one where he can be himself.  He’s a great “hangin’ out” cat – loves to watch TV with you, moves room to room when you do, but doesn’t get in your way.  He’s pretty independent, but will occasionally plop in the closest lap for a little one-on-one time.  As long as you don’t let the bowl get empty, he’s a happy guy.  Luigi does need a home where’s he’s the only cat (King of his castle and all that).  We’re not sure about dogs, but no small children.  He’s been with us for quite some time, searching for that perfect home!  Drop us an email for more info!
  


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Rey
DOB 4-1-2017
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A scared, skinny little cat wandered up to an LOA volunteer’s home and thus began the story of Rey.  This volunteer had seen her several times in her neighborhood, always out of reach and frightened.  With patience, good food and a little time, Rey was brought into the home, given her own room separate from other cats and began to appreciate the warmth and all the good stuff that comes with being an indoor kitty.  We think she actually used to belong to someone and was just frightened, not feral.  Rey immediately developed a life-threatening illness and was cared for by her foster until she was back to normal – a scary few weeks!  Fast forward to today – Rey is between 1-2 years old, very playful and loves to eat!  She doesn’t understand yet that her food will never run out, so she’s a bit nervous when you take her bowl to fill it up, or don’t offer her the canned food you’re holding fast enough.  Ray will need a patient adult to help her through the transition of understanding she will always have food, and must be “free fed” where she has access to her food 24/7.  Rey plays well by herself and is very affectionate and loving with her humans.  We think she would do best in an all adult home, or perhaps a home with older children as she works through becoming comfortable about her food.  She has been introduced through a barrier to the resident calm cat and after a brief few days of hissing, is now calm in his presence with the barrier still in place.  The other resident cat is more dominant and growls/is hissy at her, which is returned by Rey.  So we think she may, with proper introductions, get along with a calm kitty.  She has not been introduced to dogs.  Rey is a truly sweet, funny little girl just waiting on her forever home!
  


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