These Fresno-based felines are up for adoption and in need of a good home

Photos: Petfinder

Start your day off right by browsing through cool kitties! There are dozens of cats up for adoption right here in Fresno.

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.)

Tim, domestic shorthair mix

Tim is a charming male domestic shorthair mix staying at Valley Animal Center.

Tim is neutered.

Tim's current caretakers say:

Read more about Tim on Petfinder.

My name is Tim, and I am an FIV+ cat. It just means my immune system is weaker than those who don't have it. That's why it's best I stay as an indoor-only cat. That, and the fact that I can possibly spread this to other cats who don't have it. The good thing is, I can be in a house with other cats who are FIV+ as well. I'm taken care of here really well, but I would really like to end up in a home. I've been here since 2015 and I feel like I deserve at least that!

Tom, domestic shorthair mix

Tom is a lovable male domestic shorthair mix in the care of Valley Animal Center.

Tom is looking for a home without small children. Tom is neutered.

From Tom's current caretaker:

Apply to adopt Tom today at Petfinder.

My name is Tom, and I know, I'm a pretty big cat. A quiet home would be better for me, and possibly with another cat who is also FIV+. I've been around dogs before, but I keep my distance because even though I'm big, they're a lot bigger. So a home without them would be a lot better. I'm hoping wherever I land in a home has access to a nice window I can look out of. I'm a big cuddler when I get to know you a little, I can be shy at first but I get used to people real quick. 

Nathalia, domestic shorthair mix

Nathalia is a female domestic shorthair mix in the care of Valley Animal Center.

She's already been spayed.

From Nathalia's current caretaker:

Read more about how to adopt Nathalia on Petfinder.

My name is Nathalia, and I have been living here at Valley Animal Center for most of my life. I was surrendered back in 2011 when I was only 8 weeks old. My original family didn't take care of me so this really nice family ended up bringing me here. I was very sketchy to begin with, but I was all alone and thought that no one wanted me. But, I've come to like a lot of the cats here now. I usually run at the sight of people still, but with a can of wet food or some treats, I'll run right up to you like I've known you forever. It'll take me a while to get used to a home, but if you have the patience, I'm the girl you're looking for. 

Speckle, domestic shorthair mix

Speckle is a charming male domestic shorthair mix staying at Valley Animal Center.

He's already neutered.

From Speckle's current caretaker:

Read more about Speckle on Petfinder.

My name is Speckle. I think I'm the oldest FIV+ cat in the room. Which is a little sad considering that I've been here since I was about a year old. That was back in 2011, so I'm kind of considered a senior. I'm not as playful as people would want. A lot of people like me because of my coloring and beautiful blue eyes, but I'm actually super shy. It's scary for anyone even thinking of adopting an FIV+ cat, but we want love just as much as any other cat does. 

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