Category Archives: Adoptable Cats

Wand (Wanderer)

Wand the handsome and friendly tuxedo cat is looking for a home!

Wand. taken March 29, 2019.

Wand is a proud and confident cat who loves to be pet. He prefers to be in the middle of the action as much as possible.

He has already been neutered and is up to date on their vaccinations. He has also been dewormed and received a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.) He has tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to check for internal parasites, and has received a medicated/ antifungal bath.

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours; M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to come in and play with any of the cats or dogs anyway. No appointment necessary; stop in anytime the shelter is open.

Sable and Hunter

These two gorgeous littermates with the striking markings are looking for a home together! They have been together all their lives. They are both very sweet and sociable.

Hunter, taken May 16, 2019.

Both were born on Sept. 11, 2018.

Sable, taken May 16, 2019.

These two have already been spayed and are up to date on their vaccinations.They have also been dewormed and received a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.) They have tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to check for internal parasites, and have received a medicated/ antifungal bath.

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours; M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to come in and play with any of the cats or dogs anyway. No appointment necessary; stop in anytime the shelter is open.

Sable, taken May 16, 2019.
Hunter, taken May 16, 2019.

Oswald and Achilles

Oswald and Achilles are a bonded pair that need a new home together! They are both incredibly sweet and adore being pet. They tend to spend a lot of their time together, even sharing a bed, which is why we prefer they go home together.

Oswald, taken May 16, 2019.

Oswald is a neutered male, domestic shorthair. He is mostly white with some blue markings.

Born appx. May 2016.

Achilles, taken May 16, 2019.

Achilles is a neutered male, domestic shorthair. He is also front declawed. He is mostly blue with some white accents.

Born appx. May 2017.

Both are calm, easygoing house pets.

Oswald, taken May 16, 2019.
Achilles, taken May 16, 2019.

These two have already been neutered and are up to date on their vaccinations. Achilles is also front declawed. They have also been dewormed and received a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.) They have tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to check for internal parasites, and have received a medicated/ antifungal bath.

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours; M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to come in and play with any of the cats or dogs anyway. No appointment necessary; stop in anytime the shelter is open.

Oswald, taken May 16, 2019.
Achilles, taken May 16, 2019.

Baby Ruth and O’Henry

Ruth and Henry are some of the sweetest, most content kittens you will ever meet! They came in with their mother Hershey, but are of weaning age and ready to go to their new homes.

Born appx. March 25, 2019.

Ruth at about 7 weeks old, taken May 14, 2019.
Henry at about 7 weeks old, taken May 14, 2019.

They will be spayed/neutered* and will be updated on their vaccines as a part of their adoption fee. They have also received dewormings, been treated topically with a flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution), tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to test for internal parasites, and have had a medicated/antifungal bath.

*Kittens who are not yet old enough at the time of adoption will be spayed/neutered as a part of the adoption fee when they reach an appropriate age. The adopter needs to bring the kitten back to our partnering vet, Riverside Animal Clinic in Redwood Falls. The adoption fee covers their spay/neuter as long as it’s done through this specific vet. (We do not cover the spay/neuter if done at a non-partnering veterinarian.)

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours, no appointment necessary, and meet them: M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, you are welcome to come play with the kitties and help socialize them!

Hershey

Hershey is a friendly and lovely young tortoiseshell who is looking for a new home!

Hershey, taken May 14, 2019.

She has some of the biggest, roundest eyes we have seen, comparable even to Dolly (who also needs a home!)
http://redwoodareaanimalshelter.com/2019/02/16/dolly/

Hershey, taken May 14, 2019.

She appears to have lost the ends of her ears to frostbite at some point, giving her a kind of jungle cat look.

Hershey, taken May 14, 2019.

Don’t let the big eyes and wild look fool you though! She is actually very affectionate and social, and not at all crazy. (Except maybe for some catnip and good toys…) Come meet her and see for yourself!

Hershey, taken May 14, 2019.

Born appx. May 1, 2018.

Hershey will be spayed shortly, as soon as she dries up and puts on a little weight. (She came in with two kittens.) She has also been updated on her vaccines. She has been dewormed and received a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.) She has tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to check for internal parasites, and has received a medicated/ antifungal bath.

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours; M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to come in and play with her, or any of the other critters, anyway. No appointment necessary; stop in anytime the shelter is open.

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Storm

Storm’s kittens are weaned and she is now looking for a home of her own! She is a very sweet young cat who loves what attention she can get.

Storm, taken April 30, 2019.

Born appx. Sept. 2018.

Young mother Storm was surrendered with her 5 kittens. She was taken in as a pregnant stray, but her owner was unable to keep all those kitties long term. He raised them well until weaning age, and now they are all looking for new homes. This person did a good job raising them! They are wonderfully social and all great kittens.

Storm enjoying her freedom after her kittens were weaned. Taken May 10, 2019.

Storm will be spayed shortly, as soon as she dries up and puts on a little weight, and has been updated on her vaccines. She has also been dewormed and received a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.) She has tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to check for internal parasites, and has received a medicated/ antifungal bath.

Storm, taken April 30, 2019.

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours; M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to come in and play with her, or any of the other critters, anyway. No appointment necessary; stop in anytime the shelter is open.

Lovey

Lovey’s kittens have been weaned and now Lovey, who lives up to her name, is looking for a home to call her own!

Lovey, taken Aug. 2, 2019.

Lovey was born appx. Spring 2018.

She gave birth to 5 kittens on March 18, 2019. Kittens will be ready to go to new homes after they turn eight weeks old on May 13, 2019. Lovey will be available at that time as well.

Lovey with her kittens, taken March 22, 2019.

Lovey is a sweet, roundeyed little cat who came to the shelter with five newborn kittens. She is the best kind of mama cat; she is very attentive to her kittens and takes great care of them, but is also very trusting of people and lets us staff handle them as needed. (Though we do mostly just leave her alone to do her thing, there are some necessary care items that we must do to ensure everyone is healthy and thriving.) The kittens are fat and round and healthy thanks to the kind folks who cared for her after she was left behind when her owner moved out.

Lovey enjoying her freedom after a job well done raising her kittens, taken May 10, 2019.

Lovey will be spayed shortly, as soon as she dries up and puts on a little weight, and has been updated on her vaccines. She has also been dewormed and received a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.) She has tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to check for internal parasites, and has received a medicated/ antifungal bath.

Lovey, taken Aug. 2, 2019.

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours; M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to come in and play with her, or any of the other critters, anyway. No appointment necessary; stop in anytime the shelter is open.

Lovey, taken Aug. 2, 2019.

Sherman

Sherman needs a new home! This cat is incredibly affectionate and full of purrs! He loves to knead when he is happy, which his most of the time. (You can even see he was kneading the blanket while I was taking his pictures!)

Sherman, taken May 2, 2019.

Sherman just got neutered, and has been updated on his vaccines. He has also been dewormed and received a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.) He has tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to check for internal parasites, and has received a medicated/ antifungal bath.

Sherman, taken May 2, 2019.

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours; M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to come in and play with him, or any of the other critters, anyway. No appointment necessary; stop in anytime the shelter is open.


Sherman was originally a stray. No one came in to claim this loveable kitty, though he has clearly been someone’s pet due to how friendly he is. He was originally found with no collar, and no microchip. Found May 1, 2019, though had been hanging around a residence near the golf course since Sunday April 28. Male, domestic shorthair, spotted brown tabby. Likely a fall 2018 kitten. Super friendly. Available for adoption May 9 if unclaimed.

Nelson

Nelson is a large and handsome cat who loves to talk to you and let you know how he feels. He is pretty chill as a whole, in case you can’t tell from his picture. He is very social. He is the kind of cat to come see what you’re up to and want to hand out with you and tell you how his day is going. He likes to complain about things that don’t go his way, but he is all meow. He is a very interesting character!

Nelson, May 5, 2019.

Nelson just got neutered, and has been updated on his vaccines. He has also been dewormed and received a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.) He has tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to check for internal parasites, and has received a medicated/ antifungal bath.

Nelson, May 5, 2019.

Nelson appears to be about a year old. He still has his scruffy teenage coat. He is indeed a longhaired cat, and we expect him to poof out a bit more as he ages. He is a large cat even now, at about 13 lbs. He will likely bulk up a bit more full sized.

Nelson was originally found trying to make his way into Riverside Vet on Friday, May 3. He had a blue dog collar on, but no identification. Surprisingly, no one came forward for this friendly and talkative fellow, so he now needs a new home.

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours; M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to come in and play with him, or any of the other critters, anyway. No appointment necessary; stop in anytime the shelter is open.

Petal, Blossom, Rue, and Posey

These four orphan kittens will be needing a home when they are at least 8 weeks old. They were left in a window well by a feral mother cat.

Born appx. March 30, 2019, +/- about a week.

Ready to go no sooner than May 25, 2019. (Though they can have visitors before then!)

They will be spayed/neutered when old enough. (If adopted before they are old enough to be spayed, then they need to be brought back to our partnering vet, Riverside in Redwood Falls. The adoption fee covers their spay and rabies shot at that time.) They will also have age appropriate vaccines as a part of their adoption fee. They have received dewormings, been treated topically with a flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution), tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to test for internal parasites, and have had a medicated/antifungal bath.

If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours, no appointment necessary, and meet them: M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, you are welcome to come play with the kitties and help socialize them!

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Rue. Female, domestic shorthair, brown tabby and white.

Rue at about 4 weeks old, taken April 30, 2019.
Rue at about 4 weeks old, taken April 30, 2019.


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Blossom. Female, domestic shorthair, black.

Blossom at about 4 weeks old, taken April 30, 2019.
Blossom at about 4 weeks old, taken April 30, 2019.


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Petal. Female, domestic shorthair, brown tabby.

Petal at about 4 weeks old, taken April 30, 2019.
Petal at about 4 weeks old, taken April 30, 2019.


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Posey. Female, domestic shorthair, black.

Posey at about 4 weeks old, taken April 30, 2019.


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