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.
Off the ledge and on the level.
This refined gentleman is happy to have a life of warmth, regular meals, and love. He has a distinguished face to capture your eye and an inner warmth that will win your heart.
Mr. Ledger is settled in and soaking in the luxuries of food service, a warm spot, and loving people after being rescued from the elements from what appeared to be a junkyard and hoarding situation rolled into one.
Steffie is the Featured Feline for Friday, November 20, 2015
One of a kind.
Abandoned and afraid. Steffie was able to survive while getting little supplements from a kind couple and thinking her home was just through their door. When one day this all changed, fear set in until she realized she was safe. Steffie is waiting to choose you.
LeStat is the Featured Feline for Friday, November 13, 2015
LeStat surfaced in rural Mason County and is now out of the forest and into the Cat House and Adoption Center. LeStat is a very easygoing, fun-loving fellow who seems to meld into situations without missing a beat. He awaits your arrival and looks forward to a new forever home. He enjoys conversations, nights by the fire, and love.
Sue Purr is the Featured Feline for Friday, November 6, 2015
Sue and her brother (?) Dan Dee were left to be on the street when a death occurred. There are two very special kitties! Affectionate and wanting to be with a human, Sue rubs all around your legs.
Sue does have a great purr and loves all the attention she can get. Get a dynamic pair, adopt both Dan Dee and Sue Purr.
Dan Dee is the Featured Feline for Friday, October 30, 2015
While Dan (and his sister Sue) suffered a loss of family and home, he is grateful for love and affection. Dan Dee is quite the gentleman to wait his turn for your hand and will be content just finding a special soft spot in your home to relax. He is the purrfect gentleman.
Misty Brown is the Featured Feline for Friday, October 23, 2015
Living life with an unexpected change is difficult, and when you don't like change challenges make you stronger. When your human moves away and you are left in charge, something is not right. Misty wants her world to be right again and to be loved like there's no tomorrow.
Misty is great in the company of other cats and had previously lived with dogs. She is a special girl and deserves a home that wants to add a little something special.
Adopted! Earl is the Featured Feline for Friday, October 16, 2015
What a hunk!
Masculine, muscle-bound, and charming. Life has changed from being homeless to having staff wait on him and Earl is enjoying every minute of the luxuries that we can provide him. Are you looking for that special someone?
Watch for him on an upcoming cover of Sports Illustrated!
Turkey Pie is the Featured Feline for Friday, October 2, 2015
Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch.
She can't help herself, she wants you and nobody else. This dear girl was dumped in rural Thurston County in rough shape and un-spayed. Now she's healing well and happy to have a soft spot to land. Her start was rough, but somehow she knows she has a great life ahead of her.
Angel is the Featured Feline for Friday, August 14, 2015
Her halo is glowing.
With human waste and bird poop covering the flat surfaces of her former home, Angel wasn't sure what breed she was. Now understanding that she is a feline and that humans are kind, her name is more suiting. Angel needs a patient home to love her. Do you have patience?
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.