7 furry felines to adopt now in St. Louis

Photos: Petfinder

Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some furry felines near you? There are dozens of deserving cats up for adoption at animal shelters in and around St. Louis.

Animal shelters and pet rescue groups work hard to care for unhoused pets and connect them to loving homes. Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of cats currently available for adoption.

(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.)

Buffy, domestic shorthair and tabby mix

Buffy is a darling female domestic shorthair and tabby mix in the care of Judy's Forgotten Jewells.

Buffy is happy to keep company with other cats, dogs and children. She is already house-trained, vaccinated and spayed.

Buffy's current caretakers say:

Apply to adopt Buffy today at Petfinder.

Meet Buffy! She is a sweet, 12 month old brown tabby. We believe that she is a Domestic shorthair mix. Buffy is very sweet and loves to get cuddles.

Murphy, domestic shorthair mix

Murphy is a female domestic shorthair mix being kept at Stray Haven Feline Rescue, Inc.

Murphy is already spayed and vaccinated. She's mastered her house-training etiquette.

More about Murphy:

Apply to adopt Murphy today at Petfinder.

Hi! My name is Murphy. I'm a very sweet torbie with white paws. I lost my tail as a kitten, but I'm none the worse for that. I survived and kept a sweet, positive attitude.

Halley, domestic shorthair mix

Halley is a female domestic shorthair mix staying at Stray Haven Feline Rescue, Inc.

Halley has been vaccinated and spayed. Good news: She's already house-trained.

From Halley's current caretaker:

Read more about how to adopt Halley on Petfinder.

Halley is approximately 5 1/2 years old as of April 2019. She is very sweet, loves attention and would make such an attentive pet. Halley has scar tissue on her one eye from a previous infection, but she sees just fine. 

Dorito, domestic shorthair

Dorito is a winsome female domestic shorthair cat staying at Stray Haven Feline Rescue, Inc.

Dorito is already spayed and vaccinated. She has mastered her house-training etiquette.

Dorito's current caretakers say:

Read more about how to adopt Dorito on Petfinder.

Dorito might seem shy at first but is really waiting for you to break out the string toy. She's resourceful enough to entertain herself and even enjoys playing with her own shadow. Dorito needs to be adopted with one of her siblings, another friendly kitten or into a home that already has a friendly cat.

Wallace, domestic shorthair

Wallace is an adorable male domestic shorthair cat currently residing at Stray Haven Feline Rescue, Inc.

Wallace is already neutered and vaccinated. He is already house-trained.

More about Wallace:

Apply to adopt Wallace today at Petfinder.

Hello my name is Wallace. I am just a super sweet little guy and I love hugs and kisses. As of July 24, 2019, I am 1 year, 10 months young.

Sammy, domestic shorthair mix

Sammy is a male domestic shorthair mix staying at Stray Haven Feline Rescue, Inc.

Sammy has mastered his house-training etiquette. He already has had all of his shots and he's neutered.

About Sammy:

Read more about how to adopt Sammy on Petfinder.

Hi! I'm Sammy. I'm very affectionate and love to play and have my belly rubbed. I love kids. As of March 28, 2016, I am 2 yr, 8 months young. 

Gato, domestic shorthair

Gato is a darling male domestic shorthair cat staying at Stray Haven Feline Rescue, Inc.

Gato is already house-trained. He's already neutered and vaccinated.

More about Gato:

Read more about how to adopt Gato on Petfinder.

Hello my name is Gato. In my foster home, I have friends to play with and no dogs. I am very friendly and playful. As of June 14, 2019, I am approximately 10 weeks young. 

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