Oak Ridge, TN
Cats Available for Adoption
Mr. Smith is a gorgeous orange tabby with a big, round tomcat face. He
is calm and laid-back, even when resting on a table in the middle of
PetSmart with lots of activity around him. Mr. Smith is a "tripod" ...
one of his rear legs had to be removed. He is a very loving cat who
More photos of Mr. Smith.
My name is Biscuits and I am the sweetest and friendliest cat you will
ever meet. I am such a happy kitty that I knead constantly, hence my
name! I am female, 2 years old, and get along famously with other cats and dogs,
but people are my very favorite. I come running whenever you call my
name in hopes of chin scratches and snuggles! I love to chat with you
when you get home from work and tell you all about my day exploring
the house and hanging out with the dogs. Wouldn’t you love to give a
perfect cat like me a forever home?
More photos of Biscuits.
Video of Biscuits
and doggie friend.
Wasabi is a 12-week-old (as of 6-12-2019) black Siamese mix who loves equally
to play and fall asleep in your arms. He is going to grow up to be a very
sleek and long kitty. His antics make his foster mom laugh every day. He
is always playing hide-and-seek with his toys. He won't let any of them
escape. Laser pointers are quite a mystery, but one he doesn't give up on!
Wasabi is sure to bring laughter and love into someone's life.
More photos of Wasabi.
Aurora is a super-sweet Siamese mix who loves all people. Cuddling is
her favorite pastime. A warm lap is her goal in life, however a good
feather toy is always fun. She gets along fine with the foster family’s
dog. Aurora will be your personal shadow, following you from room to
room all day long. Her pictures don’t do her justice on how beautiful
she is. She looks like a stunning desert, and her foster family has
nick-named her Sahara.
More photos of Lexie Aurora.
Heidi is a sweet, loving 2-year-old cat with a touch of sassiness. She
sports the orange and white colors of the Tennessee Vols and she even
loves chasing the laser pointer light around the house, as though it was
a football. But anyway, who needs football, when you have an
entertaining cat like Heidi to play with? She gets along beautifully
with other cats in the house and is fine with dogs. And she is used to
being around children. Heidi loves to cuddle and purr and will follow
you around the house like a little affectionate shadow. She is perfectly
litter- box trained. Heidi would love to find her furrever home. Won't
you be the one to give it to her?
More photos of Heidi.
Video of Heidi and Milo.
Amber (age 8) only wants one thing in life: a person of her own. When
Amber was abandoned in an empty apartment, SARG stepped in. She's been
in a foster home since then. The foster mom loves this little girl, but
Amber wants and needs a person of her own. In her foster situation, she
has to share a person with several other kitties. Amber wants her own
place, her own person. She could share with one (maybe two). If one calls
her to come for attention, she comes on the run, burbling her excitement
(and occasionally drooling...just a little bit!). She talks as long as
she's being petted, turning and rubbing against her person. And when no
other cats come around, she'll settle down, cuddling close to her human
friend to sleep. But when another kitty arrives, that's Amber's signal to
walk away. Amber is able to live with other cats, and she lived with a
dog before she was rescued, but she needs a loving person of her own.
More photos of Amber.
Gentle, sweet-natured Bonnie has been nurtured and treasured by her
senior companion for this kitty's whole life. Bonnie has lived with her
elderly companion in a nursing home for a couple of years, but sadly,
her companion is struggling with dementia and is no longer able to
provide the care that Bonnie needs. This middle-aged kitty (age 10)
loves to snuggle in her hand-crocheted blanket made by her owner.
Although Bonnie would probably be happiest as an only pet, she can learn
to adapt to dogs -- even large ones, particiularly when they are older,
quiet dogs. Bonnie is a beautiful, sweet kitty looking for a new family
and a new home. She'll reward you with snuggles, gratitude, and love.
More photos of Bonnie.
Luna is a pretty, black kitty with striking white whiskers and eyebrows.
She is almost 2 years old as of February 1, 2017. 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.
My name is Rosemary. I was a young girl living on the street when I went to
Fr. Shelton at St. Mary's. He called my foster mom because he knew she worked
with SARG. After a brief stay at the shelter, I came to live in my current
foster home. While it is very nice here, I would really love to have my own,
"furever" home. The three cats who live here kinda lord it over me
that I don't really belong.
More photos of Rosemary.
Not to brag, but I am a beautiful cat. I have medium long hair. My foster mom
showed my picture to a lady at the cat show who breeds Maine Coon cats. She
said that I was definitely a Maine Coon mix.
Besides eating and napping, my favorite activities are sitting on the screen
porch watching the squirrels, chipmunks, and birds in the yard. I also love
curling up in bed at night with mom when she is working on her iPad. Occasionally
I get in trouble for walking across the keys, but hey, it is usually the shortest
route to where I want to go. I also lie on her desk while she is working on her
computer and offer suggestions about what she is doing.
Since being treated by Dr. Cross for sore muscles on my back, I actually enjoy
being petted. I'm not too fond of being brushed, but if mom does it when I'm
eating, I don't really mind.
If anyone out there is looking for a fantastic, gorgeous cat to adopt, please
put an application in for me.
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.
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.
Godiva is a very loving cat who loves to come and see what you are
doing. She is 3½ years old as of January, 2017. She enjoys being
petted, especially when you are reading or
lying down. Godiva also loves to play with anything that has a bell or
a feather. She will jump for the toys and come running when she hears
the bell. She likes to be active and is naturally curious.
Godiva has moved to Louisville, KY, with her foster mom.
She is still available for adoption through SARG as
always, but we can arrange a meeting with her foster mom in Louisville.
See more pictures of Godiva.
Happy Tails -- Cats Adopted or Pending
Wall-e is the class clown. He is a 2-year-old, medium-haired grey tabby
with a huge plumed tail! We believe he is very hard of hearing. But what
he lacks in hearing he makes up for in personality. Since he doesn't
hear the vacuum, he loves to chase it and also be vacuumed by it! His
foster mom often comes into the kitchen to find Wall-e lying on his back
with his feet sprawled out behind him -- affectionately she calls him
"dead kitty" -- but he is just asking for a belly rub! Wall-e
loves attention and will follow you all around the house. He gets along
well with other cats, and dogs don't bother him a bit. In fact, Wall-e
loves dogs and barking doesn't bother him at all. If you are looking for
a kitty that will make you laugh, look no further, Wall-e is the kitty
More photos of Wall-e.
Video of Wall-e.
Another video of Wall-e.
Dundee is a long-haired orange tabby with a bob tail! We believe him to be
part Maine coon and about 9-10 weeks old. (As of July 2nd 2019). He was the
largest of the litter and is sure to be a big cat when he is full grown.
Dundee is all about being petted and loved on. He will meow at you for
attention and is just learning what toys are. Dundee needs a forever home
with someone who will give him lots of play time.
More photos of Dundee.
Video of Dundee.
Peanut is a young Maine coon mix female who came to SARG in June, 2019,
and was spoken for before we could even list her on our website. She has
a gorgeous swirl tabby pattern and long, fluffy hair.
More photos of Peanut.
Ebony is a very sweet, short-haired black cat. She is a one-year-old
polydactyl with a stub tail (possible Manx mix?). Polydactyl cats have
been popular among sailors as ship's cats and are thought to bring good
luck at sea. They are also known as Hemingway's cats since he became
fascinated with them after being given one by a ship captain. He named
her Snow White and she had numerous kittens, about half of which were
polydactyl. As Hemingway wrote in a letter, "One cat just leads to
another." Even if you are not a sailor or a famous author, Ebony
could still be the cat for you.
Another photo of Ebony.
Video of Ebony chasing a laser dot.
If you love spunk, charm, affection, mesmerizing, huge green eyes, and
an adorable stubby tail, then April is the perfect cat for you. She is a
petite (5 pounds, 8 ounces), one-year-old cat who looks and acts like a
playful but loving kitten. And if you have your heart set on having a
lap cat, then you will fall head-over-lap for April. In fact, her foster
mother is typing this description on her computer while April is
snoozing comfortably in her lap. April is totally litter-box trained and
gets along well with other cats and dogs. Many cats are shy when meeting
new people, but not April. She will often leap right into a visitor's
lap and begin purring contentedly. This sweet tabby (born in the month
of April) is looking for her forever home. She can't wait to go home
More photos of April.
Midnight is a super-sweet, 12-week-old (as of 3-31-2019) oriental-mix
kitten. He loves to cuddle up to you and also run around chasing his
feather. He makes us laugh with his antics -- jumping and flipping to
grab that feather. Midnight is such a little guy, but he isn't afraid of
anything, even the 80-pound Labradoodle he lives with. Someone is going
to be very lucky to adopt little Midnight.
More photos of Midnight.
Video of Midnight.
Bagheera is a 2-year-old male domestic long-haired cat looking for a
forever home! A true panther at heart, he loves sitting in windows and
stalking squirrels! He loooooves people and is very tolerant of dogs,
but would probably be happiest as an only cat.
More photos of Bagheera.
Eva is a striking white girl with one blue eye and one amber eye.
Despite being all white, she is not deaf. She had been adopted but has
returned to SARG because of allergies in the home. She's a real little
lover as well as gorgeous -- and she loves to pose for the camera! She
was born in the spring of 2018, one of three siblings who were strays in
Morgan County. One of the siblings was killed by a predator, but Eva and
her brother were taken in by SARG.
More photos of Eva.
Personality and looks...what more could you ask for? Frank Sinatra is
so-named because of his beautiful blue eyes, but his foster mom prefers
to call him Frankie. Frankie is a stunning and very sweet flame-point
Siamese. He is one year old, loves to cuddle and play, and is wonderful
at using the litter box. If you are a lover of the Siamese breed and are
a sucker for amazing blue eyes, then this might be the cat for you!
More photos of Frankie.
George is a grey tabby, about 13-15 weeks old as of 9-14-18.
George loves to slither and flop until he finds the perfect spot on your
chest to snuggle. Especially after he's had a good play session of fetch
with his favorite sparkly crinkle toys! Yes, he actually carries the toy
back and drops it in his foster mom's hand to throw! He's not much of a
talker, but when he does use his voice, it's the prettiest trilling
sound! He's always happy to see his foster mom, and no matter how
playful he is, he's very gentle with his teeth and claws.
More photos of George.
Elsa is about 7 months old and was a stray found in Oak Ridge. We know
that her mom was a Siamese, so she is a Siamese mix. She is great with
dogs (see her gallery), friendly, and doesn't mind being held. Her
foster family's pit bull mix, Zoe, has claimed her as her own.
More photos of Elsa.
Meet Echo! The video below shows his long journey from a very, very sick,
stray kitty to his current happy and healthy state in his foster home.
We'll have more details about him soon.
More photos of Echo.
Video of Echo.
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***"Other Adoptables" (when listed) are NOT in the
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