"What greater gift than the love of a cat?"

-Charles Dickens, English author



Are you still searching for the perfect pet for your home and family? Here are some items to consider before adopting a cat.The wonderful cats listed below are being rehomed by members of our community. These cats are still with their owners or caretakers, so all contact and arrangements must be made directly with them.

Please note that Cats Unlimited accepts no responsibility for the cats posted on this page. All potential adopters are responsible for contacting a cat’s owner or caretaker to inquire about veterinary records and other necessary information.

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Updated 3/6/2017


Male, age: 1.5           Posted: 10/5/2015

Oscar is a big neutered boy, around 13 pounds. He's around 1.5 years old, according to the vet. He's had all of his shots, thanks to Cats Unlimited.

He was hanging out around the W&L Dining Hall. He's been living in my guest room as I got to know him better. He is good with dogs and seems good with cats, although my cats don't like him (which is why he's been in the guest room).
He is fairly independent, but he loves to rub you really hard and purr. He is playful--he goes a little nutty over catnip pillows. He can be a little bossy/feisty/catty when he doesn't get his way, but he's doing better.

He enjoys looking out the window and watching the world go by.



Female, age: <1 yo           Posted: 2/2/2017

Jasmine, or as I call her "Jazzy J," was a community cat I had seen for many months around my neighborhood. I eventually trapped her, and had her spayed, with the hopes of getting her adopted. Within a matter of days of her surgery, Jazzy warmed up to me. She's very motivated by all things fishy and comes running over at any sound of a crinkling bag. She enjoys playing with string and sleeping in corners. To be honest, she is one of the sweetest cats I've ever met. My intention was never to keep Jasmine and I just want her to go to a good home. Does seem to get along with other cats just fine. Spayed, given a rabies vaccine, and dewormed 12/2016. She'll make a great addition to any home with food in it!

best way to reach me is to text/call my cell: 253-249-9868. Email works, too. ajeong@wlu.edu


Female, age: 2-3 years           Posted: 3/6/2017

Ollie showed up at my house last summer as a skinny, bedraggled stray with an open wound under her arm. I brought her inside, took her to the vet to get spayed, vaccinated, and bandaged, and she's since blossomed into a gorgeous, long-haired lap cat.

Even though she's full grown, give her any toy and she'll act like a kitten again (she's one of the most playful adult cats I've met). She's extremely sweet but rather skittish (she's still learning not to be afraid of the television), so she would do best in a quiet, calm home (without young children or other pets; she's particularly scared of dogs). Even though she's shy at first, once she gets to know you, she will be in your lap every chance she gets, licking your hand and demanding to be petted in turn.

I was hoping to be able to keep her myself, but my own cat has not warmed up to her, so I'm hoping I can find someone who will give her a loving forever home. A cat with a personality like hers shouldn't ever have to be homeless again.

Email rmaderik@gmail.com, or text 276-299-0205.