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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Cadie is a very pretty and unique dilute grey and peach tortie girl who was born in 2006 and came to us when her family couldn’t care for her anymore. Our girl has had some mouth problems in the past, and now has no teeth. It took us a while to make her feel better, but now Cadie is a happy, healthy girl who loves petting and attention. But like most other cats of her type with “tortitude,” she’ll let you know when she has had enough stimulation.:-) On the other hand, however, our girl has become much more affectionate over the years, as her mouth got better, and seeks out human contact, rolling around for treats and petting. When it comes to other animals, Cadie is a bit of a loner. She is okay with the company of other quiet kitties, but she doesn’t look for them…she would rather have worshipful humans in her realm.:-) We think our Cadie, who has always been a bit overwhelmed by the other cats at our shelter, would truly blossom in a home of her own. She could be the queen of your castle or be happy in a family with other quiet, respectful kitties. Won’t you give this girl a chance? She has been waiting a long time to have her own family again!
Julius is very laid back and friendly, gets along well with other cats. He's on the quiet side.
My siblings and I were living outside with our dad where a nice woman would feed us and read us stories. We wanted to be in her house, but she wouldn't let us in. It was getting cold and luckily she called Whiskers and they came to get us. Now, we're getting used to being inside and being someones pet. We love to be pet and held, but are a bit scared of things going on around us. It may take us a little bit of time to relax in a new home, but we promise to be good.
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.