The cats listed here are in the process of being socialized.
These cats can be adopted or fostered by people who are willing to work with them and continue their socialization. Since we usually take in adult colony cats, they often require more time to build trust and confidence. If you are someone with patience, who likes a challenge, contact us to apply!
If you prefer a more socialized cat, please check Our Adoptables.
We will periodically update on each cats progress until they switch to adoptable.
We got Olive by chance, because she went into the trap with the kitten Desi (who has since been adopted). She was initially scheduled to be spayed and returned to her location, but we discovered that someone was poisoning the cats where she came from and did not feel safe returning her.
She has been with us a year now, and she is adjusting slowly. We can get close to her and she will play with us, but she is still not ready to be touched. She does not lash out, she merely retreats.
We are willing to give her the time and patience she needs to fully trust, and will continue to work with her.
She gets along well with other cats, and she was particularly friendly with Arizona, before Arizona left to her new home.
Pinky came to us to foster from Road to Home Rescue. He was part of the Baldwin colony, whose caretaker was moving and they needed to find placement. He has been a challenge to socialize, but he is making progress.
Once he was let out of the cage, he began to relax and became much less aggressive. He is one of those cats who does not like to feel trapped. He gets along very well with other cats and is very close with Charlie.
Pinky will play with us via a wand toy, and we hope to build his confidence