Feline Friends FEATURED FELINES!
Feline Friends, a non-profit Cat Rescue Organization primarily serving Thurston and Mason Counties, provides care for stray cats and secures permanent quality adoptions.
Their Cat House and Adoption Center is located at 6515 Sexton Drive NW, Olympia (Hwy 101 and Steamboat Island Road), 360-866-0599.
Found abandoned in a residential neighborhood, all this handsome boy wanted was some food and a little attention from humans. He loves to be petted and has a very mellow personality. His black coat is very shiny and he is quite happy to have regular meals and a safe place to sleep.
Sammy and Gabby are the Featured Felines for October 14, 2016
Ready for a new beginning.
Foreclosure left Sammy and Gabby without a permanent home, though still together and ready for the next life change. Gabby loves to talk and Sammy is the silent one. As a pair, they are adorable and priceless. They may not be bonded by blood; however, these two take comfort in each other.
Trail is the Featured Feline for October 7, 2016
A young boy named Trail helped his mom coax this handsome guy out of the edge of the property and into their home. Trail, the cat, is very sweet and loving and wants no more than to have a human love him. Trail is a large orange and white tabby with the most beautiful green eyes. He is good with other cats, great with his bathroom habits, and happy to curl up in a lap.
Gilly and Me-Cha are the Featured Felines for September 30, 2016
Mother and Daughter.
Adopted as a trio, Gilly and Me-cha came back as a duo and declawed. These two beautiful girls are just as beautiful inside as they are on the outside. These two ladies would flourish in an adult home without competition and being loved equally. Me-Cha and Gilly do everything together or one after another and are as pleasant to each other as they are to you.
They are front paw declawed and are looking for an indoor only home.
Brenna is the Featured Feline for September 16, 2016
Single child syndrome.
Brenna is a bit bashful and certainly lets you know that she wants it her way ... except at dinner or treat time and then her presence is known to all. She is a darling little lady who has put her past behind her, and she is ready to venture into a new life.
Ripley is the Featured Feline for September 9, 2016
With the past behind him, this fine fellow is anxious to be loved, carry on conversations, and be in charge of his own human. Come in and meet Ripley for yourself and believe it or not!
Ripley was abandoned at one of our Olympia apartment complexes and managed to get someone to offer handouts and worry about him day and night. Unable to keep Ripley as her own, she called us to help get this handsome guy off the streets.
Butch and Sundance are the Featured Felines for September 2, 2016
Clever and Charming Duo!
These two brothers came to us from rural Mason County where they were running wild as babies. It did not take any time to convince the boys that living a life on the run was not nearly as cool as the love and luxury of their foster home. Bonded and loving, Butch and Sundance are ready to turn your home into a scene from the Wild West. Are you ready to have them join your family?
Double your pleasure, double your fun, two little kittens is better than one.
Adopted! Clark Kent is the Featured Feline for August 26, 2016
From living in a community with no real home, Clark is anxious for his own family. He is very sweet and would love to just be a constant companion to someone who can accept his unconditional and never-ending love.
Clark is not bothered by other cats; he just does what he wants and encourages you to pet him.
Gypsy June is the Featured Feline for August 19, 2016
Gypsy June was previously adopted young without being spayed and has had at least two former owners. Let's make her third home her forever home.
She came to us thin and was covered in fleas and flea bites, which resulted in a skin infection.
It is onward and upward for this darling.
Roofie and Mary Goose are the Featured Felines for August 5, 2016
Up on the rooftop without reindeer.
These fine felines spent many hours safe and sound with a view. Roofie and her friends lived where the view was great, but their lives changed when their owner's health suddenly deteriorated. These two ladies love each other and any other feline that wants to join them.
Cracker Jack is the Featured Feline for July 8, 2016
Life in a crate is over and so is the 4th of July.
Cracker Jack's feet are still stained from urine, yet this special guy is feeling good and ready to take charge of a new home where he is spoiled and loved. Cracker Jack lives up to all his name represents, an all-American snack with a prize on the inside.
Johnson is the Featured Feline for June 3, 2016
Johnson is a beautiful silver tabby rescued from a hoarder. This fancy fellow is just happy for clean living, regular meals, and toys to keep him busy. He is healed and healthy and ready to bring charm to your home.
Johnson wants to be a very active member of a family. He doesn't want to be excluded from conversations, grooming time, watching you clean, and he definitely is never late to the dinner table.
Gracie is the Featured Feline for April 8, 2016
Life is better. After living in a trailer with many other cats, Grace is happy to have her own space and clean living. The struggles of being from a multi-cat community are challenging and Grace seems to have found comfort away from it.
The Feline Friends Cat House and Adoption Center is located at 6515 Sexton Drive NW, Olympia (Hwy 101 and Steamboat Island Road), 360-866-0599.