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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Anastasia

Up for Adoption

Domestic medium hair, female, young

I’m a princess waiting to be united with my family – I’m Anastasia. I had a family, having been adopted from FOHA as a kitten, but unfortunately severe allergies were an issue -- no, I'm not allergic to people, but one of my family memb…

Angel

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, young

My name says it all – my name is Angel. I’m truly an angelic little girl, beautiful inside and out. I’m extremely gentle and sweet, and I’m ready to find my forever home.  Everyone loves my pink nose and my sassy purr-sonality. At the FO…

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 told I’m quite the stunner. My name is Brandi, and I have the most luxurious long black fur. People tend to notice either my amazing coat or my slightly crossed eyes first when meeting me. Because my eyes don’t process things like oth…

Hocus

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, young

Are you the Pocus to my Hocus? That’s my name – Hocus! Now, just because my name means “to cheat or deceive,” you needn’t be concerned. You see, I’m about as straightforward as they come. If I want to eat, I’ll tell you. If I want cuddles,…

Max

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, adult

I’m a sweet and gentle boy who’s looking for a forever home and family. My rescuers named me Max. It looks like I’ve had a rough start at life, with a crumpled ear from injuries and broken teeth from trying to care for myself in the not-so…

Mickey

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, adult - declawed

Watching from the corners of the cattery, the black panther named Mickey (that’s me) surveys the land. I’m quietly observing, waiting for the purr-fect adopter for a special girl like me. Observant as can be, I watch each new …

Queenie

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, young

I’m a little princess who goes by the name of Queenie. I’m true royalty ready to grace my queendom with my gorgeous countenance and playful ways. That little red dot from the laser light – ah, my nemesis. Doesn’t that silly dot know that…