Cats

Northwest Animal Companions works closely with our foster homes to provide a great transition environment. All of our cats have been spayed or neutered, FeLV/FIV tested, microchipped and are current on their vaccines. If have any questions, please call us at 503-285-0656 or send email to info@nwac-oregon.org.  What to know more or meet a specific cat?  Tell us about your situation and who you are interested in meeting by completing our brief adoption form.

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 . Del (toothless FIV + lovebug!) .
 . Del (toothless FIV + lovebug!) .  . Del (toothless FIV + lovebug!) .  . Del (toothless FIV + lovebug!) .  . Del (toothless FIV + lovebug!) .  . Del (toothless FIV + lovebug!) .
  • Domestic Short Hair, Tabby
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Special Needs
DEL This little prince of kitties survives on head and chin scratches and loves to boop noses and rest his precious head against yours. He is a supreme cuddle bug who is brave and super social. He is immediate friends with everyone he meets and also is a fan of chatting, he even kitty whispers in his sleep and will undoubtedly melt your heart. He loves interactive play, sleeping on your chest or by your side, and to eat, if it were up to him he’d be 20lbs in no time. Although, he is toothless and had a rough patch out on the streets, this little kitty is a survivor and makes a wonderful home companion who settled right into the home life. He seems to have no problems with other cats and would likely thrive in a multi-kitty household. Give this handsome little kitty a chance, you won’t regret it. Del is FIV +. FIV is spread through deep bite wounds. Del has no teeth, so will not be biting other cats! Please read about FIV here: https://veterinarypartner.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=19239&id=4951815 Please head to our website to fill out an application and then set up a meeting. http://nwac-oregon.org/adoption-application. The $125 adoption fee Includes spay/neuter, microchip, worming and flea treatment, current vaccines for their age, vet exam and a negative test for FeLV. Del did test positive for FIV. Northwest Animal Companions is an all-volunteer, non-profit foster-home based rescue. 100% of your adoption fee goes to provide for the medical and physical needs of the pets in our care.
Adult, Male, Medium
 . Riley .
 . Riley .  . Riley .  . Riley .  . Riley .  . Riley .  . Riley .
  • Domestic Short Hair, Tuxedo
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Special Needs
Meet Riley! Riley is full of love and spunk. His favorite activities include cuddling on your shoulder and and playing with his favorite toys. Now, to tell his back story and why he is so special. Riley was rescued as a very sick kitten, but now he is happy and healthy. Riley and his 2 brothers were found in a small den at 6 weeks old, extremely malnourished and had severe eye infections. Although his two brothers thrived and got adopted once they were old enough, Riley needed more care and was critical for a few weeks. After multiple eye surgeries, fighting so hard to live, and winning his battle, he is now a happy go lucky kitten full of life! He is eager to find his new loving, forever family. Riley would do best in an active home where his people will be happy to play with him and a fur sibling to keep him company while his humans are away at work. He has grown up with two adult cats as well as an elderly chihuahua and does very well with new animals. He loves both children and adults, as long as they don't mind a lot of affection and attention. Please email jessicathompsondvm@gmail.com for an application and more information. The $125 adoption fee Includes spay/neuter, microchip, worming and flea treatment, current vaccines for their age, and a vet exam. Negative test for FIV and FeLV. Northwest Animal Companions is an all-volunteer, non-profit foster-home based rescue. 100% of your adoption fee goes to provide for the medical and physical needs of the pets in our care.
Young, Male, Medium
 . Sweet Lady and Coal, bonded pair .
 . Sweet Lady and Coal, bonded pair .  . Sweet Lady and Coal, bonded pair .  . Sweet Lady and Coal, bonded pair .
  • Domestic Short Hair, Tabby
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Pair-Bonded pair. Very ...Unusual... (PLEASE READ) 100% Litter-box perfect! Calm and very friendly with other cats. These kitten/cats need a special home together with a special kind of adoptive family. Maybe yours? Do you have patience to go with a loving heart? Maybe have a lonely kitty who wants friends? Please consider Sweet Lady and Coal. This lovely pair needs each other, but they are an unusual mish-mash. Sweet Lady is a loving perfect lady & stunning black Coal is terribly afraid, but also very gentle. They came out of a terrible situation. Sweet Lady is afraid to be picked up, but loves to be touched. She will snuggle next to you any time you are willing. Coal needs to huddle next to Sweet Lady to feel safe to be petted and needs time to understand he won't be hurt. They behave wonderfully in a home, with perfect manners, and seeing them groom and love each other is heartwarming. Coal will happily show you he can chase a laser light! He is still really a kitten. Coal will seek to make friends with any cat he sees, but is submissive. Sweet Lady will make friends quietly. Honestly they would love to meet new kitty friends. Elegant and loving describes Sweet Lady! She has zero tortoiseshell attitude, but will give you a slow calming blink. She is shy at first, but warms up wonderfully and adores human touch and laying next to her people. Coal has the softest silky black shiny fur. He is a stunning boy! When he is cuddling with Sweet Lady and you pet her and then him he looks at you hoping you will be his friend. It’s such a sad hopeful look. He will take time, he may never be a friendly cat in the traditional sense, but watching him come to love and trust will also bring joy to the whole family. Coal's need to have Sweet Lady tell him the people in his life now will only be kind to him. Coal was born around February 2019 Sweet Lady was born around August 2018 They will reward their new family with growing comfort and love and will blossom in a patient, loving home. Can you give them the time to blossom into your family? Can you give them what they have never had, a home... Please head to our website to fill out an application and then set up a meeting. http://nwac-oregon.org/adoption-application/ These two young cats are in a foster home in Beaverton. The $200 adoption fee for both Includes spay/neuter, microchip, worming and flea treatment, current vaccines for their age, vet exam and a negative test for FIV and FeLV. Northwest Animal Companions is an all-volunteer, non-profit foster-home based rescue. 100% of your adoption fee goes to provide for the medical and physical needs of the pets in our care.
Young, Female, Medium
 . Mabel and Cheetah (Courtesy Post) .
 . Mabel and Cheetah (Courtesy Post) .  . Mabel and Cheetah (Courtesy Post) .
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Courtesy Post - We have two 4 month old sweet but shy tabby sisters that where previously feral that we caught and have spent weeks taming we feel that we have taken them as far as we can and that they need a home of there own to finish socializing them. They have been spayed flea treated wormed three times and tape wormed once they are litter box trained and have been around other cats and are ok with them but would prefer a dog free home I feel that a home with older quiet kids or no kids at all would be best and a more quiet home with not much foot traffic would make them feel more safe maybe even a home that has dealt with shy or previously feral kitty's before would be great. Mabel is a cloud tabby with a cute kink at the end of her tail and is usually the bravest of the two her sister cheetah wants to open up but is still very shy these two have never offered to bite or scratch they are just very quiet and shy and will sometimes run and hide from you. They will come with paper work showing they have been spayed, there favorite toys, a baggy and can of food and a piece of blanket that smells like home to help them adjust to there new home. They can text me at 971-338-3951.
Baby, Female, Medium
 . Chunk (Courtesy Post) .
 . Chunk (Courtesy Post) .
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Courtesy Post - Chunk is a Sweet 4 month old Male Tuxedo Hand raised He was found in our yard in BlackBerry bushes at a day old He earned the name Chunk because He has weighed more than his sister princess who is about half his size.He loves people playing with toys and His sister they have to go together they are very attached to each other and do everything together,play,eat sleep they are never apart.they have been around dogs both big and small and other cats of varying ages and love them.He has a bent tail tip and the cutest white whiskers and beautiful shiny black coat. She is a gorgeous seal point siamese. They have had a wellness check/been wormed 3x and tapewormed once and flea treated and comes with paperwork showing He is neutered and she is spayed. a baggy and can of there food(Merrick kitten food)there favorite toys and a piece of there baby blanket. As his tuxedo markings imply He is a gentleman about having His nails done so is his sister and they are great for the vet and they use the litterbox.When contacting text 971-338-3951
Baby, Male, Medium
 . Ansom (Courtesy Post) .
 . Ansom (Courtesy Post) .
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Courtesy Post - Ansom is a 4 month old previously feral kitty that we caught and have been socializing for weeks and feel that we have done as much as we can for him and that he needs his own home to finish helping him open up. He has been neutered and flea treated,wormed three times and tape wormed once. He has been around other cats and is ok with them but likes to be the boss and he would prefer a dog free home. He likes women and is not a big fan of man he has a few quirks so older or no kids would be best he likes to sometimes bite when you are petting him but he has never drawn blood he will also use his claws to pull your hand towards his face and will sometimes accidentally scratch you. He will come with paper work showing he has been neutered, his favorite toy,a baggy and can of food and a piece of blanket that smells like home to help him adjust. They can text me at 971-338-3951
Baby, Male, Medium
 . Elmer, our special needs lover boy! .
 . Elmer, our special needs lover boy! .  . Elmer, our special needs lover boy! .  . Elmer, our special needs lover boy! .  . Elmer, our special needs lover boy! .  . Elmer, our special needs lover boy! .  . Elmer, our special needs lover boy! .
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Special NeedsPrefers home without dogs
It is time for our beloved long term foster to spread his wings, and find his forever home! Elmer is a volunteer favorite for all who meet him. This friendly cat loves other cats, and all people including little kids. This laid back cat is delighted to play with his toys, or just hang out with you! He craves attention and will be your constant shadow. His purr may be measured in decibels! Elmer came to our rescue in April 2019 as a scruffy battered stray cat. He was around 7-8 years old, had not been neutered, and had suffered some trauma that left him with several badly broken teeth. We tested him, as we do every cat, for feline leukemia (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus. He was negative for the FeLV, but did test positive for FIV. FIV is spread among cats via deep bite wounds and sexual contact. Elmer was not neutered, so it was not overly surprising he tested positive. Elmer is now neutered, had his broken teeth removed, has been vaccinated, dewormed, microchipped, treated for fleas and well loved! Elmer comes with detailed veterinary records and lab results. Please read about FIV here: https://veterinarypartner.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=19239&id=4951815 Elmer's story does not stop here though. His foster noticed that he had developed diarrhea, and was drinking a lot of water. After his lab work was done, he was diagnosed with diabetes and food allergies. After months of food trials and insulin injections, Elmer went into diabetic remission, and now no longer needs insulin! He is on a canned food diet, and receives an oral medication just twice weekly to keep his food allergies stable. Elmer comes with a veterinary consult to discuss long term management of his issues, which are now stable. While Elmer is now doing GREAT, there is a chance he may come out of diabetic remission and need insulin again. He also will need more frequent veterinary visits than most cats, as he needs labwork performed at least twice yearly. Elmer is more prone to infections due to the drug he is on, and his FIV + status. He must be strictly indoor only, which is fine with him. Elmer sounds like a lot of work, but he is such a neat cat. He is so easy to medicate, always uses the litterbox, loves all people and all other cats he has met so far. He would not enjoy being in a house with a dog however. Can you give Elmer the home and the medical care he so richly deserves? He is worth it. To meet Elmer, please submit an application athttp://nwac-oregon.org/adoption-application/. He looks forward to hearing from you.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Mary .
 . Mary .  . Mary .  . Mary .  . Mary .  . Mary .  . Mary .
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Mary is very social with the 3 other cats in her foster home. She is about a year old, so she loves playing with the other cats and her toys when she isn't snoozing in a sunny spot. Her story is typical of a cat on the streets fending for itself: hungry, scared, looking for a warm place to sleep, then eventually pregnant at the age of 5-6 months. Mary was lucky, a caring man rescued her and found NWAC, a rescue group, that would take her. She has been spayed, tested, vaccinated and m-chipped. After her kittens were weened, they were adopted and will not have to experience what she did as a kitten. Mary has come a long way from when she arrived at her foster home. When she first arrived, she chose to live under the bed, she now sleeps on the sofa and spends most of her time in the living areas. However, her person will need to have patience with her and give her the time to continue flowering at her speed. It would be advantageous for Mary to have another young cat in the household to show her by example what she is experiencing is okay and is safe. Her foster mom knows Mary will make someone a wonderful cat if she is given the opportunity. She is a work in progress, but worth it. The $125 adoption fee Includes spay/neuter, microchip, worming and flea treatment, current vaccines for their age, Negative test for FIV and FeLV. To meet Mary, please fill out this application, which allows us to put you in touch with his foster parent: http://nwac-oregon.org/adoption-application/ Northwest Animal Companions is an all-volunteer, non-profit foster-home based rescue. 100% of your adoption fee goes to provide for the medical and physical needs of the pets in our care.
Adult, Female, Medium
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