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.
Squiggles is the Featured Feline for January 13, 2017
Alert and curious.
Squiggles is delightful. She loves to sit on laps, knead, and sleep. She talks a lot when she's playing and is very interactive with string toys and laser pointers. She's smart, alert, and curious to new things and sounds.
Squiggles lost her owner suddenly just as the holiday season was upon us. She would do well in an adult home with small children or dogs.
Adopted! Teal is the Featured Feline for January 6, 2017
Magenta, fuchsia, tangerine, and adorable.
This beauty is a sweet young lady. Teal was abandoned, rescued, and is now ready to find a home that appreciates her vivid personality and loving companionship. She is darling and will fill your home with her mellow tenderness. Teal would like a home with a cat companion and playmate.
Adopted! Maria is the Featured Feline for December 30, 2016
Are you looking for a dainty little darling to lavish with love and attention? Maria is a dear sweet girl, ready to venture into the next chapter of her life and start the year out in a new home.
Lilla is the Featured Feline for December 23, 2016
Obviously loved and left, this little lady is cute as they come. She wears a spotted coat and has a little voice, although she's able to handle herself well in a crowd. Lilla wants to give and receive love. Don't you need love?
Lilla is doing well and anxiously awaits your visit.
LooLee is the Featured Feline for December 2, 2016
What just happened?
When the tables turned and her owner did not come home, LooLee was left wondering what was going to happen. Slow to warm up, she has this need to be touched and comforted. Do you need some comfort in your life?
Louie and Helen are the Featured Felines for November 25, 2016
The blind leading the blind.
Dashing, darling, dear ... and don't know they are considered extra-special because they can't see the smiles they bring to your face. Congenital eye disease leaves them healthy and happy yet blind. If you live a static lifestyle and want companionship, these two will delight you.
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.
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.
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.