These cats are just a few of the adoptable animals in the Nashville area. They are adult cats. All are up to date on shots and neutered. Call the individual agency listed for more information. Always adopt from an established agency; the money you spend goes back into animal rescue. Rescue people will tell you, an adopted pet is a great pet!
Why adopt an older cat?
Litter box trained!
No kitten - climbing on the new leather sofa!
An established personality!
A foot-warmer on cold Tennessee nights!
No guessing at food type!
All shots are up to date!
A veterinarian has examined them & given a clean bill of health!
Most importantly… they need a home! Many people want that cute kitten that races around, tumbling and jumping. These cats sit and watch the youngsters go to new homes, wondering, "When is it my turn?" They need love, attention, and care. They have probably been dumped, abandoned, or given up for reasons beyond the owner's control.
ADOPT DON'T SHOP!
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Ghost, DSH small
Look at those eyes! Ghost is a beautiful pure white domestic shorthair with blue eyes! He has a very sweet disposition and loves to be petted. If you are interested in this great cat, stop by Safe Place for Animals at 1070 Old Hwy 109 N. Gallatin, TN or call 615-451-7342 for more information.
Betty Jo, calico, extra large
Who could say "no" to this face? Betty Jo is an adult female Calico. She is an "Extra Large" kitty who needs a loving home. Contact One Stray at a Time Rescue for more information at Petfinder.
Big Boy, DSH male
Big Boy was originally found as a stray and he did live with a dog and a cat for a short time. He is sweet and loaded with personality, hoping someone will want to take him home today! He is listed as: 11lb, DSH mix, 5 years old, grey tabby/white. Check him out at the Nashville Humane Society.
Bucatini, DSH male
Those eyes may hypnotize! This sweetie can be found at Safe Place for Animals at 1070 Old Hwy 109 N. in Gallatin, TN. or call 615-451-7342 for more information. He is an adult male. More on Bucatini HERE.
Pearl, 8 yrs. old
Pearl is a courtesy posting and not a Nashville Cat Rescue cat. For more information on her please contact her current caretaker firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pearl is a beautiful cat about 8 years old, affectionate and friendly. She is completely a house cat, is up-to-date on all of her shots, and has been under the good care of her vet. Due to her "mom's" surgery "mom" cannot take care of Pearl. She deserves a wonderful forever home--she is the best possible pet. Fore more, click HERE.