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Today at PetSmart

Whiskers is pleased to be the in-store adoption partner for PetSmart in Clifton Park, New York. Our relationship with PetSmart allows us to showcase our adoptable cats and kittens in a retail setting. We bring an assortment of cats to PetSmart's adoption center where they are on display for up to two weeks at a time. During their stay, the cats are cared for by Whiskers volunteers and are available for adoption during any of our five weekly adoption clinics (see hours listed on lower left side of page).

Whiskers has over 100 cats in its shelter and dozens more in foster care. The cats and kittens below are at PetSmart today!

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The day before Halloween, I started getting really afraid to be living on my own on the streets in Schenectady and it was getting really cold. I'd been watching this lady from her porch and she had an indoor kitty who she treated well. So when I had a chance, I bolted into her garage for warmth. She kept me for the night and gave me food. She couldn't keep me because her kitty doesn't like others, but she got Whiskers to find me a foster home right away. I was very malnourished and had lost a lot of my hair. But it's all back and I am healthy and ready for my home. I'm a little shy when you meet me because I was on my own for a while, but I like to cuddle and I like to be pet. Take a gamble on me?


Macaroni is a super friendly and affectionate young girl who was dropped off at a farm with several other cats. She loves people and can't wait to find a real home.


Perry is a playful bundle of fun! He was born late in 2012, but you would think he was still a tiny kitten with the way he plays. He is friendly and rolls around when you pet him. He would be a great addition to your home! If you are interested in adopting a pair of cats he came to us from a home where he lived with sweet Dusty Rose.


Hi, my name is Suzette and I am a young petite girl. I have been rescued recently from the streets and I am very happy to be an indoor kitty. I may have been an outside kitty but I love people, when I see someone I love to give head-bumps and say hello. I like to cuddle and enjoy chin rubs as I purr my heart out. I'm a little feisty at times and I'm still learning to behave like a nice girl , so I would do best in a home without young kids.