Adopt A Cat

Below is our list of Cats up for adoption sorted alphabetically. You can also use the alpha search below to sort through the different cats.

While the black cats at FOHA are safe and loved until they find their forever homes, it's true that black cats suffer the highest euthanasia rates in shelters. Black cats are about half as likely to be adopted as other cats. On average, they stay several months longer in shelters than any other cats. Why is this? Superstition. Less photogenic. Aren't as distinctive or colorful...albeit black cats are plentiful. To help showcase black cats for adoption, FOHA presents the "Black Cat Ball" -- these felines are dressed to impress....and they hope they impress upon you how loving and deserving of homes they truly are.

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BlackJack

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, young

Lucky 21, lucky cat – I’m lucky because I’ve found my way to FOHA where I have a chance to find a loving adoptive home. You will be lucky and win the jackpot when you come meet me – BlackJack. Tell the dealer to hit me with another one – n…

Brandi

Up for Adoption

Domestic long hair, female, young

I’m Brandi, a shy girl with a unique look. People love my long black fur – I’m ready for winter any day of the year! My eyes are a bit different, as they aren’t symmetrical. One tends to look one way while the other looks the other way. I…

Chives

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, young

Sweet as can be – that’s me, Chives! One of the FOHA volunteers says I look like a little black fox. I’m not all-black, though – check out my white bib as well as the tiniest white streak on my nose and another between my dazzling eyes. I’…

Jenna

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, adult

I’m Jenna, a very sweet and quiet mostly black feline. I came to FOHA from a home with many, many cats, so I’m definitely feline-friendly. However, I had very limited interaction with people, so I’m definitely on the shy side. At FOHA, y…

Kovu

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, adult - declawed

My name is Kovu, and I’m a beautiful, big boy – a handsome “reverse tuxedo” kitten – mostly white with some black markings. I also have a very sweet pink nose, don’t you think? I’m a declawed kitty in the front – not done at FOH…

New Moon

Up for Adoption

Domestic medium hair, male, young

When the sun and moon are aligned such that the moon is completely dark in the night sky, that’s a New Moon. When there’s a New Moon, that’s the best time to see the stars and the heavens. My name just happens to be New Moon, and I’m an a…

Queenie

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, young

I’m a little princess who goes by the name Queenie. I may be shy at first, but I warm up when I am surrounded by sweet, gentle, loving people. I came to FOHA from a rural Virginia shelter where, unfortunately, there are more kitties in n…

Squeeks

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, young

I’m all dressed up and ready to go to my forever home. I’m Squeeks, a handsome tuxedo who’s cute as can be. I’m a fun-loving explorer, checking out all of the great high spots here at the FOHA communal cattery while I wait for my forever f…

Sweet Pea

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, adult

Do you know the story of the princess and the pea? Now, most people recall that some complaining princess slept on multiple mattresses and there was a pea in between two of the mattresses, but the rest of the story goes a little foggy, r…

Tamara

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, young

I’m a feline ready to star in my own show on the Food Network or Cooking Channel. See, I L-O-V-E to make biscuits! When not kneading on kitty beds, I might just start massaging you! I’m a petite little angel who loves to give and receive…