These Denver-based cats are up for adoption and in need of good homes

Photos: Petfinder

Looking to add a new companion to the family? There are heaps of cute felines up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Denver, so you won't have to look far to find the perfect fit.

Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of cats available for adoption near you. Read on to meet some friendly, furry locals.

(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.)

Fuzz, domestic mix

Fuzz is a demure female domestic mix staying at MaxFund No-Kill Animal Shelter.

Fear not: Fuzz is already house-trained and spayed.

Here's what Fuzz has to say for herself:

Read more about Fuzz on Petfinder.

Hi there! My name is Fuzz, and I'm a black and white, long-haired girl with yellow eyes, born in 2017. I’ve been told I’m quite beautiful. Because I'm still very young, all I need is some socialization to show me that people are good and I shouldn't be afraid of them. I really enjoy treats and I’m quite curious about toys, too.

Scar, domestic shorthair mix

Scar is a darling male domestic shorthair mix currently residing at MaxFund No-Kill Animal Shelter.

Rest assured, Scar has mastered his house-training etiquette. He's already been neutered, too.

About Scar:

Read more about Scar on Petfinder.

Greetings! I am Scar, a solid black cat with bright yellow eyes, born in 2018. I don’t know if I’m named after the villainous lion in Disney’s The Lion King, but I can assure you, I am not a bad guy. I’m still a young boy, and that means I love to play. I’m a very good listener, and I never judge. I promise to be a good friend to you!

Marshall, domestic shorthair mix

Marshall is an endearing male domestic shorthair mix in the care of MaxFund No-Kill Animal Shelter.

No need for concern: Marshall is already neutered and house-trained. Marshall is a special-needs pet, so please inquire about his specific care requirements.

A bit more on Marshall:

Read more about Marshall on Petfinder.

Greetings! The name is Marshall, and I’m a fun-loving boy that was born in 2014. I’m young and playful, love to be held and will even allow belly rubs. I get along with everyone and have a friendly, laid-back personality. If you come to meet me, you’ll discover I’m a loving and affectionate guy. You see, I have diabetes. It’s under control with a special diet and insulin. It’s really not a big deal. Maybe you know someone who’s diabetic.

Spaz, domestic shorthair mix

Spaz is a friendly male domestic shorthair mix being kept at MaxFund No-Kill Animal Shelter.

Spaz is already house-trained and neutered.

Meet Spaz:

Read more about how to adopt Spaz on Petfinder.

Hey there! I'm Spaz, a tabby and white boy with green eyes, born in 2007. I consider myself a lucky fellow. I'm not sure you can tell by my photos, but I'm an extra hefty guy. If you come to meet me, you'll discover that I am a sweet and lovable cat. I love attention, but I'm not pushy about asking for it. Technically, I'm a senior, but did you know the oldest cat on record lived to be 38?

Felix, domestic shorthair mix

Felix is a handsome male domestic shorthair mix currently residing at MaxFund No-Kill Animal Shelter.

Felix would prefer to be placed in a household free of dogs. He is already house-trained and neutered.

A few details on Felix:

Read more about how to adopt Felix on Petfinder.

Hi there! My name is Felix, and I'm a sweet, gray and white boy, born in 2012. If you are looking for one of those long and lanky cats, I may not be your guy. You see, I really love to eat, and over the years I have become a cat of considerable size. So, if you're looking for a whole bundle of love, I hope you'll come to meet me.

Stacy, domestic shorthair mix

Stacy is a cheeky female domestic shorthair mix in the care of MaxFund No-Kill Animal Shelter.

Stacy's ideal forever home would be a dog-free environment. Don't worry: She's already been spayed and house-trained.

Get to know Stacy:

Read more about Stacy on Petfinder.

Hello friend! My name is Stacy, and I’m a tabby girl, born in 2014. I’m still a young girl, and love to play. My favorite game is probably chasing the laser dot. I just can’t resist it! I also love treats, and soft and gentle pets. I spend a lot of my day in a cardboard box, where I feel comfortable and safe. If you come to meet me (and I hope you do!), you’ll have to seek me out — I’m not as outgoing as some of the other cats, but that doesn’t mean I don’t want a home! I dream every day that someone will come along who thinks I’m special. I promise I’ll be the best friend you've ever had.

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