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.
Lewis is the Featured Feline for Friday, May 29, 2015
His crime-solving days are over and ahead of him is searching out a sunny spot to relax. Lewis still has the desire to track movements that interrupt his daily spas; yet he is uninterested unless there is a tasty reward as payoff.
With the death of his human companion, he yearns for time with someone. Don't you need a special someone to come home to?
J. Arthur is the Featured Feline for Friday, May 22, 2015
Life's challenges can really bring a guy down, although he has a big heart and loves to give. Now little Jay Arthur is ready to put all those challenges behind him and gain a new lease on life. He eagerly enjoys a gentle hand and all the love you have to give.
Being left in a box outside a veterinary clinic in need of care is not okay, though he was lucky someone cared enough to choose a veterinary clinic.
J. Arthur is a very small and sweet-tempered cat who is seeking a forever home.
ADOPTED! Baxter is the Featured Feline for Friday, May 15, 2015
He has retired as a scientist with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and is now ready to live life like a retired guy. Lounging and love is all he needs to realize that life is good. He no longer wants to change his appearances or work hard for food.
Baxter formerly was living on the streets of Thurston County. He is a large beautiful guy with a loving temperament.
Goober is the Featured Feline for Friday, May 8, 2015
A chocolate covered nut.
Not being given a chance to show his full potential and going from one bad place to another, thrown out like the trash, Goober is ready for a new life. He's young, adorable, and ready for a forever home.
Goober has had a tough life for such a young fella. He was adopted from a meth house and then thrown outside because he was not neutered and was spraying. Luckily, he was trapped by a very kind lady and is doing fantastic with his litterbox and just needs someone who can give him space. His social skills are improving after his early mistreatment.
April is the Featured Feline for Friday, May 1, 2015
Street life is not easy.
Taking up a safe spot between two houses did not pan out for this special lady. The cardboard sign brought no takers looking for a new roommate. April is ready to do her part to join your home and will talk to you when no one else will.
April is a very sweet older lady. She is social and wants to be part of a family.
Nelson is the Featured Feline for Friday, April 17, 2015
If you remember I Dream of Jeannie, Nelson wants nothing more than his own personal servant to tend to his needs.
Nelson was uprooted when he was just abandoned at his former home. He's a large handsome guy in his pinstriped suit and white dress shirt and awaits your visit.
Nelson would do well in a home that doesn't want to fuss over him too much and would let him be himself while he settles in. He was left to care for himself while his owner went to jail and he certainly wants to make his own choices (just like any cat) in life.
Samantha is the Featured Feline for Friday, February 27, 2015
Tragedy strikes many cats on a daily basis, yet it is still tragic every time you see it. No doubt Samantha will be much happier in a new home with the love she deserves.
Samantha loves all the attention you give and appreciates being groomed and fussed over; however, she would also do well while you are off doing your job or shopping (just remember to bring her home a little something special too). Sweet and delightful, Samantha will bring great joy to you.
Willie is the Featured Feline for Friday, January 23, 2015
Willie is ready to be in a home again after the tough transition of losing his human. He's open to a new start, a friend to love, and covers to snuggle under. Willie is often found under his blankets, yet is ready to pop out when called. He's very easy going and loving.
Willie is a very low-key guy with a sweet-natured disposition and deserves to be back in a home where he will be well loved.
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.