Meet Buns & Cheddar! These two bonded brothers are adventurous, affectionate, and love to be held and cuddled. Buns has a black and white tuxedo coat and Cheddar is an orange mackerel tabby. They love to look out windows and play with toys of all kinds, but are always ready to shower their people with love and attention. They’re comfortable with dogs and other cats and are looking for a home where they can be spoiled together!
About – Buns and Cheddar are neutered and microchipped, and are current on their vaccinations and preventatives. They were found in a Hardee’s parking lot along with their sister Biscuit and have been raised in foster care.
Name Origin: Hardee’s
Favorite Activity: Playing with toys and having lap time
Yearbook Quote: “Twice the love, twice the fun!”
[Visit them at Petsmart in OBX!]
Meet Fancy and Freebird! These beautiful gray and white bicolor girls are looking for a home together where they can enjoy snuggling in a warm blanket, yummy treats, and being spoiled rotten. They both love toys and cuddles and are good with kids and other cats.
About – Fancy and Freebird are both spayed and microchipped, and are current on all vaccinations and preventatives. They were rescued, along with their sister Flamingo, after being abandoned in Washington County and are now looking for their forever home.
Name Origin: Birds
Favorite Activity: Couch snuggling
Yearbook Quote: “We’re better together!”
Meet Riley! He’s a pint-sized poof with a beautiful coat and a sweet disposition. This little guy is affectionate, friendly, and loves to play with toys (ball towers are his favorite). He’s comfortable being social with dogs and other cats, but would also do well being someone’s one and only. His luxurious coat means that his future family will need to keep him well-groomed, but no worries. His foster mom has made sure he’s accustomed to (and even enjoys) a good brushing session.
About – Riley is neutered and microchipped, and is current on his vaccinations and preventatives. He was rescued in Bertie County with a leg injury, but he was nursed back to health by his wonderful foster mom and now he’s good as new!
Favorite Activity: Playing with his ball tower
Yearbook Superlative: Best Hair
Meet Salmon! This gorgeous girl has a dilute tortoiseshell coat and has really blossomed into a social butterfly during her time in foster care. Described as friendly, affectionate, and relaxed, she loves to play and especially enjoys some good treats. She’s a purr machine who is good with kids and other cats.
About – Salmon is spayed and is current on her vaccinations and preventatives. She was rescued along with her siblings, Guppy and Tuna, and is now looking for her forever home!
Name Origin: Her slight pink tint
Favorite Activity: Treat time
Meet Soot! He’s a black and white tuxedo beauty with a fuzzy coat and an adorable face. Described as athletic and curious, he’ll also gladly settle down for a good cuddle session. He’s comfortable with dogs and other cats and is looking for someone to entertain him (even if that’s just by playing Solitaire on the computer). He loves to climb and will always take advantage of a cat tree.
About – Soot is neutered and microchipped, and is current on all vaccinations and preventatives. He’s been looking for his forever home for a little while now and maybe it’s with you!
Name Origin: Found in a fireplace
Favorite Activity: Using a cat tree as his personal playground
Yearbook Superlative: Softest Fur
Meet Spook! He’s a brown and cream shorthair mackerel tabby with a friendly and sweet disposition who also has a taste for adventure. Described as clever, confident, and talkative, Spook loves to play and has a bit of a mischievous streak. He’s a purr machine who is good with kids and friendly dogs.
About – Spook is neutered and is current on all vaccinations and preventatives. He was found with his sister Baby and has been raised in a loving foster care home.
Name Origin: Halloween
Favorite Activity: Playtime!
Yearbook Superlative: Biggest Talker