Bubbsy is a large, female adult cat who is available for adoption at the Lillian Allbon Animal Shelter. For more information about this sweet and affectionate cat. PLEASE CLICK HERE
Bubbsy is a sweet lady that deserves a loving home.
She is shy and doesn’t seem to like other cats but our cat room could be overwhelming. She may be fine with another docile cat.
Bubbsy loves attention and is super cuddly. Her portly figure just adds to her charm.
Miss Priss is a large adult cat who is available for adoption from The Lillian Allbon Animal Shelter. For more information about this beauty, PLEASE CLICK HERE
Miss Priss is a beautiful three year old spayed diva.
Miss Priss does not like shelter life and she is very cranky. She was fostered for a short time (returned at no fault to her because of family issues) and she was good as gold.
We believe her attitude is shelter induced. If you can get past the initial hissing and see this lady for what she really is; a beautiful intelligent cat that just wants to be loved, then she may be the cat for you.
Miss Priss doesn’t seem to like other animals but that doesn’t mean she couldn’t adjust with time. And small children may get scratched if they are rough with her or make fast movements.
Miss Priss would do best in a home where she is the only pet and all the family attention is on her.
Mamma Sissy is a small, senior female cat who is available for adoption from CAPS. Mamma Sissy is house trained, up to date on her vaccinations and already spayed. For more information about adopting this sweet cat, please CLICK HERE
Date of birth: May 1, 2004
Mama Sissy is a lovely, senior girl who enjoys being petted and loved.
She continues to wait for just the right person to bring her into their family. She enjoys the companionship of other cats and small dogs.
An adoption donation fee applies: for a kitten under 6 months of age $100, over 6 months of age $80 and dogs $125. CAPS’ “Better with a Buddy” offer allows for the adoption of a second cat/dog for no extra adoption donation. The adoption donation fee helps defer the investment of veterinary costs and the ongoing care of the animals while in our foster care system.