The pets pictured are available for adoption. Please be aware that not all of our pets are available for viewing on our website, as our population changes daily with new animals coming in and others going home. We encourage you to visit our Pet Adoption Center. Please visit the Adoption Information webpage for details on the Adoption Procedure and a link to an adoption application. Adopted pets are moved to the Galleries of Adopted Pets.
Cats that have the Very Important Pet icon with their bio have been at our shelter for over a year, or are seven years old or older qualify for the "adoption fee paid". If you visit our shelter, look for the VIP logo on the kennels to see which cats qualify. See one of our adoption counselors for details.
Feona is a very beautiful cat that almost has an orange tint to her fur. She is a 4 year old grey tiger DSH. When Feona first came in she was very timid and liked to hide under anything in her cage. If she had a bed she was under it at all times. She felt safe there. Throughout the days of being here she now is coming out of her cage and is playing in play groups. She no longer hides and loves attention. She would probably do best in a house without other cats, just because she is a bit more timid and would love all the attention herself.
Feona has been sponsored by a gracious anonymous sponsor! In loving memory of Scott and Julie's tabby boy, Bigelow ("Biggie").
Grisham is a 1 year old DSH mackerel tabby. Grisham is a very bright eyes boy with a feisty personality. He loves to be pet and get attention but also loves to play and pester the other cats. Grisham can play the best of both worlds. One minute he is cuddly and cute, the next he is pouncing and playing hide-in-go-seek. Grisham wants to find his furrrrever home.
Grisham has been sponsored by a gracious anonymous sponsor! In loving memory of Laura's boy, Owen.
Kattilac is a female 11 month old DSH grey and white kitten. Kattilac is a very slender and petite girl with a loveable personality. She stares out the window and watches the birds one minute and jumps around chasing the other cats the next, in hopes they will play also. Kattilac acts more mature for her age. She is pretty calm for her young age.
Kattilac has been sponsored by Claire Karlen!
Jubilee and Jangles are 1-year-old sisters. Jubilee is a White with Grey DSH while Jangles is a White with Black DSH. Jubilee is more active while Jangles is calmer. Jubilee loves to seek out adventure and be curious, while Jangles sits back and watches. Both of these loving girls are looking for a home to call their own. Though they are siblings, they are both very independent from one another and are not required to be adopted together.
Laynie is a girl with a calm temperament and loving heart. Laynie loves to be out with the kittens and takes care of them as if they were her own. Her motherly instincts are adorable. She loves to talk to you when you walk in the room and will tell you when she is hungry. She is a docile cat who likes to lounge the day away but does love getting affection as well. Laynie is a 2 year old DSH Torbie.
Laynie has been sponsored by a gracious anonymous sponsor!
Darrel is a 2½ year old DSH Tabby. Darrel is a fun-loving, happy-go-lucky cat. He gets along with all the other cats in the room and likes to lounge the day away staring out the window. Darrel is a beautiful boy looking for an owner who wants to cuddle and let him lay in bed with them at night when they sleep.
Darrel has been sponsored by Sadie Brommer! In honor of all who work so hard taking care of these pets.
Pinball is a 1 year old DSH female Tabby. Pinball is a bit weary and guarded with other cats or kittens. Pinball will do best in a home without other cats. She would love to be spoiled and praised. She would love to lounge the day away by her owner’s side or in the windowsill soaking up the sun. Pinball loves attention and has a way of melting your heart with her striking gold eyes.
Pinball has been sponsored by Paul, Gwinn, Zack, Domino, Louie, Stewie and Jessie! In honor of all the pets that are helped by HSCI.
Ms. PacMan is a 1 year old DSH female Patched Tabby. This little girl is very talkative. She loves to tell stories to anyone who will listen and she certainly craves attention. Ms. PacMan loves to be held and cuddled. She will lay the day away by your side or sleep at the foot of your bed. Ms. PacMan is looking for her furrrever home and is hoping you are the one to make her dreams come true.
Ophelia is a 6 year old DLH female calico. Ophelia came to the shelter in July of this year and is still looking for her forever home. She is independent and curious. She will scout out anything and everything as she is a bit nosey. She tends to do better with cats who are more calm and older versus younger playful kittens. Ophelia chooses who she likes. She is a beautiful girl with a picky attitude.
Ophelia has been sponsored by a gracious anonymous sponsor! Peanutbutter & Jelly - short but very meaningful life. You are greatly missed.
De Ette is a 3 year old DSH Dilute Calico female. She is a former momma to the Shelter here and all of her babies have been weaned and adopted. It is her time to find a loving forever home. Her temperament is fantastic and she loves to be held. She will also enjoy alone time and has her independent moments. De Ette has beautiful markings. She was one great momma and she will make a great companion.
De Ette has been sponsored by a gracious anonymous sponsor!
Jenny is a 10 year old female calico. She is a VIP, which at our shelter means Very Important Pet. She is a very special cat that will need a very special owner. Jenny needs an owner who understands due to her ear problems, and us having to extensively clean her ears, her ears are tender and she is a bit hesitant for new people to touch her. She is a beautiful cat who loves to lounge and really does not ask for much interaction. She loves to lay the day away and would do fantastic in a home where there were windows for her to lay in front of. Jenny needs an owner who is not looking for a super cuddly cat, but rather a cat who is more independent and very calm. Jenny likes to be left to do what she wants. In other words, Jenny wants to be the queen on her throne. And that is ok. We like to spoil our animals around here. If you are interested in meeting Jenny please ask a front staff member to show you her. She has beautiful markings and will make a great pet for the right owner. Jenny has been at the shelter since May.
Jenny has been sponsored by Vicki Skeen! In honor of Iris, a kitty adopted from HSCI!
Faye is a 2 year old DSH Tortie. Faye is a bit set in her ways and thinks she is the queen of the room. She holds her head high and if you get in her way, or any other cat does for that matter, she will tell you. Faye loves to play with feather or string toys and will greet you when you walk into a room. She loves your attention but is also pretty independent.
Faye has been sponsored by Tasha Dunn & Chrissy Cataldo!
Franklin is a 2 year old DSH Tabby and White male. Franklin is a big boy with a big personality. Franklin likes to be an instigator; meaning he will pounce on the other cats to get them to play, even if they do not want to. Franklin thinks everyone loves him and he gets along well with other cats. Franklin is very playful and spunky, not to mention he may or may not think he is the King of the room.
Franklin has been sponsored by George, Tony & Barb! In honor of and in loving memory of "Ralph" Webster. You will be missed by your family!
Aileen is a 1 year old Dilute Calico DSH female. Aileen is a feisty girl who is entertaining to watch. One minute she is running around telling you to let her do her own thing and the next minute she is trying to get your attention. Aileen is a cat with her own mind. If you let her do what she wants she really is a sweet girl who loves to show affection.
Aileen has been sponsored by a gracious anonymous sponsor!
Gypsy is a 5 year old female DSH tabby who has been at the shelter since January. She is a bit feisty with other cats if they do not leave her alone. She has beautiful eyes and markings. Gypsy is pretty independent. She is a leader and is more dominant if put into a group of cats.
Gypsy has been sponsored by The Ragdollgang =^..^= ! Dedicated to all the hard working Volunteers at the HSCI.
Eva is a 6 year old DSH tabby female. Eva came into the Shelter in January of 2014. Eva is a very interesting cat. One minute she wants to have your affection and the next she is darting away and wanting to explore the world on her own. Eva loves having your attention but acts a little scared or timid when you try to give it to her. She will purr with excitement however she will let you know when she has had enough. She does not like her belly rubbed and approaching her calmly and slowly is key. For the most part Eva will do what you ask of her, she goes back to her cage to eat when you ask, she will come to you when you ask, and she loves to play with toys. Eva is looking for a more quiet home without other animals that would stress her out.
Eva has been sponsored by Mike and Amy Humphreys!
We have kittens right now. All colors and personalities. If you are looking for a kitten come in and visit with our large variety. They are playful and fun. Some are mellow and loveable.
Mitsy is a 1 year old DSH orange tabby female. She is a petite little girl with plenty of personality. She loves to get your attention and will do just about anything to get it. She is always nearby wondering what you are doing so you have to be careful to not step on her as she can get under your feet. Mitsy is a loveable girl who will make a great lap cat or cat who will like to sleep at the end of your bed at night.
Mitsy has been sponsored by Simone Williams!
Marley is a 2 year old DSH black and white female. She is a feisty girl with a mind of her own. She play her own tune and really is a "hoot" to interact with. She is a very cute cat who likes to lounge independently.
Marley has been sponsored by Patricia Snodgrass!
Blondie is a pretty 5-year-old DSH Buff Female that enjoys her independence. She's a friendly girl with a cautious side when it comes to the other cats in the Adult Cat Room. She likes her own space and usually you can find her sitting atop a cat tree enjoying the view while the other cats play.
Blondie has been sponsored by a gracious anonymous sponsor!
Please meet Edward, our most recent pet that will benefit from the ASAP Fund. Edward is a 3 year old grey and white DSH male. Edward found us in July after we learned about him from McLean County Animal Control. When we received Edward his eyes were a bit squinty and we initially thought he was a special cat with eyes that were unusually shaped. However, after Edward was here a little longer his eyes began to turn red and water constantly. We had a vet check Edward again to evaluate his symptoms. Edward was diagnosed with Entropion, which is when a cat's eye lids roll inwards. Edward's eyes had started swelling shut and his eye lashes were scratching his corneas. Surgery is almost always required with cats that have Entropion in order to roll the eyelid outward.
Edward had his first surgery and is healing well. At the recommendation of the vet, it was decided that Edward would need one more surgery to better repair his lower eyelids. The additional surgery will help ensure the best chance that his eyelids will not roll back inwards. Edward will be looking for his forever home in the future, after he has healed properly from both his surgeries and gets a clean bill of health from the vet.
If you would like to make a donation to help pay for Edward’s medical bills, or to help other animals in emergency situations just like Edward's, please consider making a donation to the ASAP Fund. Pets like Edward appreciate your help!
Please be aware that not all of our pets are available for viewing on our website, as our population changes daily with new animals coming in and others going home. We encourage you to visit our Pet Adoption Center.
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