7 charming cats to adopt now in Cincinnati

Photos: Petfinder

Start your day off right by looking at some charming cats! There are dozens of cats up for adoption right here in Cincinnati.

Hoodline partnered with Petfinder, an online adoption site that lists “more than 315,000 adoptable pets from nearly 14,000 animal shelters and rescue groups" to bring you this roundup of cats near you.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)

Dracula, domestic shorthair

Dracula is an adorable male domestic shorthair cat in the care of OAR.

Dracula's vaccinations are already up to date, and he is neutered. Good news: He's already house-trained.

Notes from Dracula's caretakers:

Apply to adopt Dracula today at Petfinder.

Dracula is a cuddle vampire. He wants to rub all over you and will happily accept love from all sources. Dracula has a few requirements: he loves wet food, big open windows and sprawling out. He wants you to appreciate his big paws and cute tummy. Dracula does have one request, however, when he starts swishing his tail back and forth, he'd like a little time to himself. He's a very sweet kitty, but he also has his boundaries. 

Perci, domestic shorthair

Perci is a male domestic shorthair cat in the care of OAR.

Perci is vaccinated and neutered. He has mastered his house-training etiquette.

Read more about Perci on Petfinder.

Hayes, domestic shorthair

Hayes is a sweet female domestic shorthair cat staying at Louie's Legacy Animal Rescue.

Hayes is already house-trained. Her vaccinations are up to date, and she is spayed.

Hayes' current caretakers say:

Read more about Hayes on Petfinder.

Hayes is a one-year-old cat who loves life. She enjoys hanging out by the window watching the birds, sitting on the perch and observing everything. Hayes can be playful. She loves to snuggle her foster mom and is very affectionate. Hayes does not have a tail due to an injury she received prior to coming in to the rescue. She is litter box-trained. 

Bartholomew, domestic shorthair

Bartholomew is a male domestic shorthair cat currently housed at OAR.

Bartholomew is neutered and vaccinated. Fear not: He is already house-trained.

Notes from Bartholomew's caretakers:

Read more about Bartholomew on Petfinder.

Bartholomew is a handsome man who loves to be involved in all of the action. He can always be found sitting next to the door waiting for his forever family to walk by. Bartholomew is happy to be out and about but also adores a comfy, warm bed or a nice window from which to bird watch. He gets along just fine with the other cats in his room and would be happiest in a quiet home.

Paloma, domestic shorthair

Paloma is a female domestic shorthair cat in the care of OAR.

Paloma is already vaccinated and spayed. She's already house-trained.

From Paloma's current caretaker:

Read more about Paloma on Petfinder.

Paloma is a beautiful young girl with super soft fur. This adventure-loving lady is ready to share all of her excitement with you. One of Paloma's favorite things is playing with lasers. She will happily show off her acrobatic skills during a round of laser. A few of Paloma's other favorite activities include observing birds from the window and trying to catch water falling from the sink. When she's not too busy bird watching or playing with the faucet, she'll snuggle up on your lap. Even though she doesn't love to be held, she'll seek you out for attention so you can pet her silky coat. 

Macy, domestic shorthair mix

Macy is a female domestic shorthair mix in the care of Crazy Cats Animal Rescue.

Macy likes to socialize, and she loves other cats. She is already spayed and vaccinated. She's mastered her house-training etiquette.

Macy's current caretakers say:

Read more about Macy on Petfinder.

 Macy is a two-year-old beautiful little princess with bright green eyes. She is looking for her forever home.

Havoc, domestic shorthair

Havoc is a lovable male domestic shorthair cat in the care of OAR.

OAR recommends Havoc be placed in a home without small children. He is neutered, and he has had all his shots. He is already house-trained.

Notes from Havoc's caretakers:

Read more about how to adopt Havoc on Petfinder.

Havoc is a beautiful, young boy who is quite the opposite of his name! Havoc would much rather spend some quiet time with his people and might be a little nervous at first. He needs a bit of time to warm up to new people. Once he knows you, he's a sweet, loving guy. He'll gladly accept love, and he enjoys playing with string toys as well. Havoc would do best in a quieter home without children so his personality can really blossom. 

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