Oak Ridge, TN
Cats Available for Adoption
THE JUSTICE KITTIES
These adorable, rambunctious, and incredibly sweet kitties are
preparing to pounce and purr their way into your hearts. This
playful and energetic family of kittens is made up of one female
tortoiseshell and one female black kitten, and two, two-tone
black male kittens, all with their own unique white accents. As
of early June, they are about 8-9 weeks old. Their current kitten
superhero training will keep
them busy for several more weeks before they will be available
for adoption. Socialization has been a big part of their training,
including children ranging from 7-12 years old and a dog. They are
curious about the dog and want so badly to play with him, but he’s
not crazy about them.
ARTHUR FURRY (aka AQUAMAN/FURRYMAN)
He’s the fluffiest and most cuddly of the supaw cats. While he looks
larger than his brothers, he weighs slightly less. He keeps his foster
family laughing with all his silly clown antics, then he loves to sit
and cuddle to wind down. This kitten LOVES to play! He has a white
spot on his belly and a few wild stray white hairs on his chest and
paws but otherwise is black with black stripes, and when the sunlight
hits his coat you can see dark brown highlights.
More photos of Arthur.
POUNCE WAYNE (aka BATCAT)
Do you need a helper to help with the housework or fighting off a
villain? Pounce is your girl! Any time her foster Mom cleans, she’s
immediately right next to her offering help. Whether it’s taming the
rogue dustpan brush, helping to write, or banishing the stinky trash
bag, she’s always there to help. Her coat is starting to become a
sleeker black with a few black stripes that have a dark brown tone
when the sunlight hits them. She has a small white spot under her
chin and the white spot on her belly when looked at upside down
looks like the Batman symbol. Pounce is the most playful of her
litter, full of lots of energy. Her nonstop purr is sure to win
your heart in moments!
More photos of Pounce.
CLARK KIT (aka SUPAWMAN)
Clark is full of silly antics and is the most dramatic sleeper. He
loves to lie on his back when he sleeps and rolls into the most
exaggerated positions. He loves having his face rubbed and will fall
asleep in your arms as you rub it. Of the three male cats, he has the
most prominent two-tone black to his soft, fuzzy coat, there are
dark-brown highlights when the sun hits his coat. He has a large white
spot on his belly and another one under his chin. He’s the most
cautious of the supaw cats, and he always looks before he pounces.
Those amber eyes will spot danger even in the darkest of alleyways.
More photos of Clark.
OREO AND PEPE LE PEW
Looking for a snuggle bunny? One of these two boys might
fit that bill. Oreo and Pepe LePew are lively, cuddly, sweet,
four-month-old, black-and-white kittens (as of May 8). They are
people-oriented and really want a human lap to sit in. They
can be adopted separately or together. They never met a toy
they didn’t like to play with.
More photos of Oreo.
More photos of Pepe LePew.
Video of Oreo and Pepe LePew.
Bogie's foster mom describes him this way: "Entertainment
and Love. If that’s the kind of kitty you are looking for, look
no farther than Bogie. Bogie is the funniest kitty I have ever
had as a foster. He makes me laugh every day, and once he is done
acting silly, he wants nothing more than to curl up in your lap
for a nap. He is a black, green-eyed, part-Siamese 1-year-old
who is searching for a playmate. He loves his toys -- all toys
-- even the pen I’m trying to write with. Bogie is my constant
companion and will make someone a joyful pet."
More photos of Bogart.
Luna is a pretty, black kitty with striking white whiskers and eyebrows.
She is about 5 years old as of May, 2020. She prefers a quiet
household without dogs or young children for her forever home, although
she does well with the other cats in her foster home. Her foster mom has
decided that Luna would be a great companion for a person who is a night-owl;
she is at her friendliest late at night and comes to be petted and share
More photos of Luna.
Video of Luna.
Happy Tails -- Cats Adopted or Pending
DIANA PURRINCE (aka WONDER WOMAN)
She may be much smaller than her brothers, but Diana can take on
her own villains without them! She’s usually the first one to
figure out most things and her brothers follow along. Her hobbies
include eating, playing, cuddling, and sleeping. A comical mustache
adorns her dainty precious face. This furry little escape artist
has much interest in human activities, objects, and technology.
More photos of Diana.
Phoebe is a 1½- to 2-year-old Russian-blue mix with
very soft fur. She loves being around people. Getting in
a lap to be petted is one of her favorite things to do.
She plays with the 5-month-old kittens in her foster home.
Phoebe and the 15-year-old cat in the foster home manage to
tolerate each other. One of her favorite places is the screened
porch where she can sit and watch chipmunks, squirrels, and birds.
More photos of Phoebe.
Blondie is an 8-year-old female Himalayan mix with tabby
points. She is a very affectionate and sweet girl and
absolutely adores people. Don’t let her grumpy face
fool you--she is a real sweetheart. She had a rough
start and needs a lot of extra love and time to adjust
to a new home, so she would prefer a calm home with
no small children. She doesn’t necessarily need to
be an only animal, but would prefer mellow companions.
More photos of Blondie.
Introducing Walker -- a very friendly, one-year-old,
white-and-grey, Maine-coon-mix kitty. To meet Walker
is to fall in love with Walker. His foster mom calls
him her personality-plus cat, or the cat who thinks
he’s a dog. He greets everyone at the door with a big
friendly meow and wag of his incredibly luxurious tail.
In fact, his tail is so fluffy, you could probably use
Walker as a feline feather duster. Walker is neutered,
uses the litter box, and gets along with cats, dogs and
people, although, like many cats. he might be a little
scared of very young children. Even though Walker is
very laid-back, he also loves to play. Just crumple a
sheet of paper into a ball and watch him go! This sweet,
sociable cat is looking for his forever family and we
can't wait for him to find one.
More photos of Walker.
Jax is a beautiful 3-year-old domestic medium-hair.
His markings and eyes are very striking, and his coat
is ultra soft and silky. He is extremely playful and
talkative and loves interaction. Like most kitties,
he is exceptionally talkative around mealtimes. In
Jax enjoys the finer things in life, such as fresh
catnip, a window view, and a squishy bed. He has
been boarding at a vet clinic and was finally
surrendered by his owner, who could not care for
him. He’s much loved by the vet staff and is looking
for his forever home.
Moo is a great little black-and-white American shorthair
girl who loves everyone she meets. She is quick to purr
and rubs up against you every chance she gets. Moo is
playful and loves to chase a feather toy. She is
FIV-positive and very scared of other animals. She
would do great as an only kitty and would love to make
someone a wonderful lap cat! She will curl on your lap
and snuggle up next to you for a nap. Moo is a quiet
kitty and only meows when it’s dinner time. She is very
food-motivated and will come when she is called, hoping
for a treat or a pet. At 1-to-2 years old, Moo has lots of
love to give someone.
More photos of Moo.
Geiger is a 3½-month-old (as of 4/7/21) black-and-gray-swirl
tabby. He was found with his littermates on Nuclear Branch Road, hence
the name. Full of energy, he enjoys playing with toys. Another
favorite activity is watching birds and squirrels from the screened
porch. He has long legs and a long tail and is quite the talker.
Those characteristics indicate that he probably has some Siamese
somewhere in his background. He gets along well with the other
cats in his foster home.
More photos of Geiger.
Videos of Geiger.
Update January 9, 2021: Thanks to all who have inquired about and
applied to adopt these little ones. We have had high interest in them
and are now working through the applications and queries that we have,
and we are confident that we will be able to select homes for them from
the responses received to date. Again, thanks to everyone who has been
kind enough to offer these babies a home.
A Litter of 5! SARG has a litter of five kittens that were born on
Nov. 19, 2020. Two of them are male orange tabby, two are female
grey/brown tabby, and one is a female calico tabby. All are super-friendly
playful kitties that are very lucky to be alive. Having been born right
at the start of winter they were found by a dear friend of SARG and
taken in right away. These kitties have already had one appointment
with our vet, and they are healthy, strong, and growing just as they
should. They will be ready for their forever homes on January 15th.
SARG will, of course, pay for all the necessary shots, microchipping
and spay/neuter with our veterinarian.
My name is Carter and I'm a beautiful light orange tabby with pale green
eyes. I have very soft, silky fur and love being petted. I'm about 2
years old and a big boy -- I weigh about 17 pounds. I'm a very confident, social and
loving boy. You know I'm happy and in love when you hear me purr! Toys
are great fun and I love those little squiggly plastic cat toys! My
potty manners are excellent!
I live in a foster home with six other cats and 3 German shepherds. I
have adjusted very well to being an indoor cat. My foster mom has a sun
porch that I can access from inside the house and I've gotten quite
skilled at using the cat door. I love watching birds from the window and
snoozing on the cat tree.
I love to play and would be happier with another cat to play with. My
foster mom keeps a bowl of fresh water in the bathtub, and I love to get
fresh water there every morning. It is so much better than drinking out
the same water bowl as the dogs.
More photos of Carter.
Video of Carter playing with Morris.
George Bailey is a gorgeous Maine coon mix boy of about 4½-5
years old. He's in a foster home with another cat, so we know he
gets along with other cats. George was a stray found in a barn
who was taken in by a family who ultimately decided they couldn't
keep him. He had been chipped at one point, but attempts to contact
the original owner went nowhere. SARG has re-chipped him so that
his chip information is up to date. Now he's looking for a true
"forever" home. George appears to like people and will
sit on laps. As we have him longer, we'll discover more about
this stunning boy.
More photos of George Bailey.
Morris is a male orange-swirl tabby, and possibly a Manx mix, since his
tail is only about 2 inches long. He is about 4 years old and was a
stray in the Wear's Valley area who wanted to come inside. Morris does
love to play with string, laser and toys; really loves catnip on his
scratch box and toys. He was quite a wild child when he came to his
foster home, but has calmed down and gets along pretty well with the
other cats. He does fine with the dogs in the home -- two very large
German shepherds. He does not like to be picked up, but does sleep on
the bed and will cuddle. He likes to lie on a person, especially early
in the morning. He loves being petted and does get in laps, but is a
work-in-progress on becoming a true lap cat. He loves the cat tree on
the sun porch and talks to the birds outside. He's a striking boy with
his classic swirl tabby pattern in dark red-orange and his half-length
More photos of Morris.
Video of Carter playing with Morris.
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