In need of a furry friend to cuddle away the stress of final exams and become a permanent member of your family? Here are some cats available for adoption in Manhattan.
April is domestic shorthair that is one-and-a-half years old. She has been with the Purple Power Animal Welfare Society since October.
April is a very talkative and friendly kitty. She loves to sit in windows and chirp at you when you walk into the room. She loves all the head rubs she can get.
She does well with cats, dogs and kids. She would be a perfect addition to any family looking for a friendly and social kitty.
Icarus, Persephone and Pandora are all domestic shorthair cats that are three months old. They were surrendered shortly after being born, and Purple PAWS took them in.
They can be shy at first until they warm up to you and then they enjoy cuddling next to you. They are very playful kittens and love naps.
They love the company of other kitties and adore attention. They would be good in a family with cats, dogs or kids.
Waffles is a domestic shorthair that is one year old. He was an owner surrender that Purple PAWS took in.
It take a little while for him to come out of his shell, but once he does he loves to cuddle and adores chin scratches. He enjoys napping the majority of the day and lounging on the couch.
He would do best with another cat around or a lot of human attention. He loves as much affection as he can get. He would do fine in a home with dogs, cats or kids.
Squirt is a one-year-old domestic shorthair tabby. He was an owner surrender that Purple PAWS took in.
Squirt is a shy boy at first but after he gets acclimated to new people and surroundings, he starts to let his guard down. He loves getting pets and is big on cuddles.
He gets along with cats, dogs and children. He would be perfect for a family or a person looking for a low-maintenance pet.
If you would like to adopt any of these cats, fill out an application at www.purple-paws.org. The adoption fee for cats is $80. This covers the cost of getting them fixed and updated on shots and preventatives.
These students are helping save pets, one foster at a time, through Purple PAWS