Hi im Angie and i am very well tempered.Im good with kids and, i would love to be in a one cat only home but, I don't have to.Im spayed and about 4 years old and im good with kids please come and see me!
Abby Ale came to HPPH the fall of 2010 with her mates. Their mother had been found hit on the road and they needed to be bottle fed. Abby Ale is a great gal, very affectionate and playful. She enjoys helping with the cleaning in her room and jumping in the empty trash can! From an inner ear infection she has a slight head tilt, but that doesn't stop her! She gets around with the best of them, running and playing. Stop by and see her!
"Axel" Wants a Forever Home
Axel came to HPPH in 2011 along with KiKi and Isabelle. He was a stray tomcat that his owner had taken in, but then found herself unable to care for them. Axel is a big, loving teddy bear! He enjoys belly rubs, catnip toys, sunny window sills and a good conversation. He likes to tell you about his day and activities. As you can see, he's a rather large and in charge type of guy.....he's not big on being picked up but he sure does love to be petted a lots of attention! Axel was born around 2008 and has been neutered. He is just a big teddy bear and would love a chance at a forever home again!
Begonia came to HPPH the spring of 2012. Her family had several cats that they could no longer care for. Begonia has some genetic issues with her eyes. Her cornea ruptured in the left and had to be removed. The right eye has a haze over it so it appears cloudy, but she can see. Begonia is a very sweet girl and likes to play with little fuzzy mice. She also enjoys napping in a sunny window. Begonia has been spayed and guessing was born around 2008. Don't feel sorry for Begonia because she is missing an eye. She is pain free with it gone and she gets along great. She would make a great addition to any family with older children. Stop by and meet Begonia
Hey im betty and i would like to be in a one cat only home.I like adults a little for than kids and I have moments were i dont really want u to be around me but please come and see me!
Bruce is a handsome man. Brought in several years ago by a volunteer who found him in an apartment complex. He was born around 2004, making him a young senior. Bruce is still very active and enjoys lots of attention. He enjoys "catching" your hand as you walk by, then a nice little nibble. Bruce is looking for a home to settle into during his senior years. He would do best in a home with older children, only because of his "nibbling" issues. Bruce is a very sweet and loving guy. Stop by and meet him!
Hi im Buck-O and i love kids and, I have a lot to say! I can live with other cats or by myself.Im neutered and about 3 years old.I am a golden-brown tabby and im a BIG male
Hi im Butch.Im great with kids and other cats.Im a male and about three years old and i might fall asleep on your lap.
Hi im Callie and im good with kids and, ill play a little with them too.I might not come to greet you but, i will always wait for u to find me! Please come and see me!
This is Callie.She is a calico and was found in a shed and the rouf was about to fall in.She had 3 kittens with her and 2 got adopted one to the person that found them and then one to another great home!Callie is sweet and loves attention.
Chance was born in July 2009. He came to HPPH when he was just about 5 weeks old. An employee of a gas station heard tiny mews coming from a trash can by the gas pumps. When she looked inside she found a tiny, vey cold kitten covered in coffee and pop. A customer took him home and brought him to HPPH the next day. Chance was so weak he could barely drink from a bottle. But he is a survivor! He would be shy at first, but would settle into a home of his own if given a chance. He is very cautious around new people, but he loves the ones he knows with all of his heart! He would do best with older children. Won't you give Chance a chance at having a family of his very own?
Hello! Grab a snack, relax and let me tell you about myself....... I was a stray roaming the country side of Huntington when I came across a couple that set food out for the feral/stray cats that passed by and the regulars that they cared for. It was a very cold November day when I first stopped by. Finding food and shelter I decided to stay awhile as I had an injured leg. Being in so much pain an...d it infected I don't remember what had happened, but it was very traumatic. The couple had cut a hole in the trellis around their porch for a shelter, I found this and there I stayed. The lady seen me and brought me some very good food and fresh water. I was very scared and hid from her. One day while I was out for a walk she noticed that I had an injured front leg. She got some antibiotics and put them in my can food. The ladies think this is what saved me as my leg was horribly infected even on the meds. This went on for several weeks. I went off for a few days and the lady thought the worst had happened to me, but I came back. I would still hide from her when she put my food under the porch. Then one day I let her pet my head when she reached under, I wasn't feel well at all. She could tell and got things ready to see if she could get me out from under the porch. When she got me out she noticed that most of my front leg was missing. She loaded me up and took me straight to Village Animal Hospital. I was a young, healthy boy ( except for my leg) so they thought I would have a good out come with surgery to remove the rest of the leg. It didn't take long for me to learn to trust the girls at he animal hospital, I enjoyed being petted even my belly. The surgery went well, was also neutered, tested negative for felv/fiv and eventually started on my vaccines. I cannot thank the lady enough for caring for me and being patient. She has been a wonderful supporter of HPPH over the years and paid for my entire bill at the animal hospital!! Dawn took me back to HPPH and things have been great! I got my staples out, incision looks good and now most of my hair has grown back. It's now been a few months and I'm settled in. I am still a bit skiddish with new people, but I'm working on that and I do warm up pretty quick. I get around great with just 3 legs. I enjoy the company of the other cats. Life is now good for me!!! I surely would not have made it long especially with the winter we had, without the help of that very kind couple watching over me. So now I am ready for the next step in my new life and that's finding my forever home! So being found during the Christmas movie season, my name is Clark W. (as in Griswold.....the VAH girls are fans!) Clark W. is my name.....finding a forever home is my game!!! Stop by and meet me!
HI I'm Cody- the- Coyote- Kid! (When I was a kitten I almost got eaten by a coyote) I'm 1.5 years old! Neutered: current on vaccinations and love to play! I'm a very handsome tiger and white feline and I'm ready to search out for some human parents. Are you the lucky human to adopt me?
Hi everyone the beautiful rusted tabby is Cricket! She is a little bit older but not to old she was born in 2006 so shes about 8 years old but still a little playful.She is scared of thing that bounce so, dont get her anything that bounces as a toy! She is friendly and loves to sleep!
3 years old female
dilute calico on vaccinations has been tested for flue-fiv
Dumpling is cooking for you to come and get her first
Denver came to HPPH the winter of 2011. He was a stray being fed by one of our volunteers. Denver is a very nice guy, enjoys lots of attention, toys, bird watching and good food. He likes playing with the laser light and hanging out with the other cats. Denver is about 4 yrs old and has been neutered. He is currently accepting adoption applications, packed and ready for a home of his very own. Denver would make an excellent addition to any family. Stop by and meet him!
This lazy guy is Draco. He is only 2 years old and was born in 2012.He is very lazy and will play IF you can wake him up! He loves people and is good with kids. He fells hes top dog or top cat in this case so his tail is always curled.
Dorothy is my name.....monitoring the supplies is my game! It's a good thing this is a strong box. You will usually find me here during cleaning times, making sure not more trash bags are used than are needed. I was a stray on the streets of Huntington being fed by some kind people who were also caring for others like me. I came to HPPH with my kits last fall. They are growing like weeds and ...no longer need their mother. They are some beautiful kits and are entering their "teenage years". I have (thankfully as I have had previous litters) been spayed, felv/fiv neg & UTD on vaccines. I enjoy just hanging out and loving the indoor living! So thankful to be in with the winter we have had! I was born around 2010. I get along with other cats and dogs as long as they stay out of my face. I do have a little tortie=tude. But that's ok, one of the ladies here has a soft spot for torties! She says it just adds some spice to life! Stop by and meet me!
Echo is a beautiful, sleek lady. She was found one rainy morning in a carrier with her 4 kittens ( about 4 mo old) at the gate at the end of our drive way this summer. She is recently spayed, UTD on vaccines and was born probably around 2010. Echo is a pretty laid back gal and gets along well with the other cats. She was a bit standoffish at first, but has gotten past that. It's hard to say where she came from or what her life was like before coming to HPPH. Regardless of her past, she deserves a forever home. Echo is very sweet and would do well in probably any home. Stop out and meet her!
Hello I'm Ellie-Jo. I can be hyper and go crazy with toys or i can be laid back and be a lap cat! i can be in a one cat home or i can be in a home with one more cat. i am a black and gold tortie born in 2013 (so i'm 10 months old) with my brother Arnie.
color:black and gold tortie
Fast Freddy came into HPPH February 2013. Thought to be a feral cat, he was live trapped. Not the case with this handsome man! He was just very scared, most likely shooed away by people while he was just trying to survive on his own. He doesn't like fast movement, but going slow with him will get you very far! Fast Freddy is very sweet, loves lots of attention and headbutts. He would do best with a family without kids or older kids. Won't you give this big guy a chance at a forever home?
3 years old
Hallie is the typical tortie. She can be very loving but does have a bit of an attitude. Hallie came to HPPH several years ago very pregnant but weighing only about 5#s. The only thing big was her belly. Hallie was born Oct 2002. She is still full of playfullness. She enjoys toys and catnip is her love. She tolerates the other cats, but prefers her own space. She would do best in a home with adult pets. Hallie would love a home for her senior years. Could that be with you?
This is Hiedi she is a very loving cat.Se does not like her nails being clipped though.She isn't a normal Calico she is a tiger, white and orange not black.
I may be small, but I am mighty! Some people think I look like a kitten, but I really am 3 years old! I've been spayed; vaccinated and ready to be adopted. If you have some comfy blankets....you will be given 10 brownie points. Why not stop by today so I can check you out???
4 years old
long haired tortie
Jesse-girl is using her long hair to pull you toward her.
4 years old
has to know all the latest gossip
wants to be around people all the time
This is Lenny.He was brought to use in a small box with his 12 brothers and sisters.So we got there shots done and got them spayed and neutered and then we put them in a different room.(ALL 14 of them!)5 of them got adopted so there are still of the the orange kitty's left!Come and see Lenny and his brothers and sisters!
Hi there! My name is Moxie and I love to hug! I'll hide in your hair when I get scared! I could be in a one-cat home but, I get along with other cats too! I like to play with children and, i'm also good with kids!
2 years old
loves to be held
loves to sit in sunny windows
Pinky is a wonderful lady! She's very entertaining and has quite a pesonality. She came to HPPH the summer of 2012, very pregnant. All of her kits are gone, as well as those she fostered and she's now ready for a home of her very own. She still enjoys being a mother, caring for the young kittens when they are out. Guessing she was born around 2010. She is active and playful and enjoys hanging out watching the wildlife outside. Pinky would do best in a home with older children, she's very unsure about the younger ones. Why not give her a chance?! Stop by and meet her!
Skeeter came to HPPH the fall of 2011. She is spayed and front declawed, born in 2001. Don't let her age fool you! She is a spunky little calico! Skeeter enjoys lots of attention. She is very helpful with the cleaning too. Skeeter's human family had health issues and could no longer care for her. She has a great personality and is very out going. Skeeter gets along with other cats, dogs and would probably be ok with older children. She is a wonderful cat looking for her own retirement home! Stop by and meet her
Sassy is a very pretty little orange lady. She was found in an apartment by the movers. They didn't find any cat things and the couple who hired them didn't mention having a cat in the apartment. She may have just wondered in, but would have had to climb 3 stories up metal outdoor steps. She was very untrusting of people for several months. She has settled down and enjoys being petted but does startle easy. Sassy gets along with the other cats, as long as they stay their distance. If they find themselves in her space she finds another place to be. Sassy loves catnip, toys and enjoys watching the world thru the windows. Sassy is spayed and was born around 2008. She would love a home of her very own. Would do best with older or no children. She would probably enjoy an older couple/person. Sassy is a very nice lady if given a chance to settle in. Stop by and meet her!
Tipper is a large and in charge kind of guy! His owner could no longer care for him do to health issues and Tipper came back to HPPH after 8 yrs. He was born in 2004, is neutered and all 4 declawed. Tipper is a people cat and enjoys lots of attention. He loves to be petted and brushed. He's crazy about treats and catnip. Tipper is looking for a home to retire to in his senior years. He is an active young senior but would do best in a home without young kids. His previous owners grandson was not very nice to him. Tipper is a great guy who deserves a second chance at a forever home. Could that be with you? Stop by and meet him
Windsor came to HPPH the winter of 2011. She was a stray being fed by one of our volunteers. She was born around 2008. Windsor is a relax kind of gal, likes a slow paced life. She enjoys napping in a sunny window, bird watching or hanging out on the cat tree watching the others. Windsor would make a great addition to any family. Stop by and meet her!