Hi, I’m Gwen! I’m a sweet girl that shows my affection through gentle head bumps and purrs. A mature gal (8 years old) and pretty set in my ways, I’ll need an experienced owner that’s fluent in subtle cat body language so he or she can read my signals and know when I need a break from petting. To adopt me, visit berkeleyhumane.org online or call 510-845-7735 to learn about the new, no-contact adoption process at the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society (BEBHS).
Lorelei here. Get to know me and my sister Rory, and you’ll see we LOVE to play! I tend to look after my sister, who sometimes she needs me to hold her paw as we face new things. We spend most of our time together and are looking for a home together. Show us patience and give us some time, and we promise to give you lots of love in return! If you’re interested in adopting me and my sister Rory mention our names on your online application to the East Bay SPCA, Oakland (EBSPCA), at eastbayspca.org/adoptions/how-to-adopt.
Sheila’s a happy, energetic 3-year-old gal that prefers women. “Sheila lights up a room with her bubbly personality. She loves a good game of fetch and playtime with her favorite toys. She’s crate-trained and sleeps through the night but also loves to cuddle up for a good nap,” says her foster owner. Due to her strength and size (52 pounds), Sheila needs a home where there are no other pets and the kids are at least 14. She needs a large, fenced-in back yard and an owner who has experience leash-training big dogs. To meet this pet fill out an application at alamedaanimalshelter.org/adopt. Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS) offers safe, masked, socially distanced adoptions. Call 510-337-8565 for more information.
Moose knows a loving family is just waiting for him, a sweet 5-year-old boy. He lived with a managed colony of community cats whose humans realized that Moose had been someone’s pet and should have his own home again. A kind, patient and calm home is purr-fect for this handsome FIV+ cat. To meet him, contact Kay at [email protected] Community Concern for Cats continues to conduct virtual adoptions as well as show many of our adoptables at weekend pop-up events every Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. at 1250-H Newell Ave. in Walnut Creek. Visit us online at communityconcernforcats.org to see more friendly felines.
Gorgeous Electra with her shining gold eyes came to Milo with her bonded friends Whisker and Stormy, three long-haired black-coated beauties. They may be initially shy, but in your tranquil and patiently loving home they will blossom and soon will smother you with purrs and love. Milo Point Richmond’s dedicated staff at 220 S. Garrard Blvd. in Richmond is on duty every day caring for our animals. Contact us for assistance from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. any day except Tuesdays and see more pets on our website at milofoundation.org. We’ve saved more than 35,000 lives in 25 years.
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Whitey, a striking 1-year old male domestic shorthair, has a personality as beautiful inside as he is outside. He was born in a small feral community but from the beginning had no fear of people and just didn’t like being picked up (but does now). One day when we pulled up to feed them and set a couple of traps to catch him and his brother for neutering he jumped right in our trunk, after which he was brought home and fostered. He adjusted to life in a home quickly and is quite loving with an independent side. He puts up with dogs and gets along well with other cats. For more information about this or or any pet with the Contra Costa SPCA (CCSPCA), please call Pat at 925-323-0667.