Cats for Adoption Cats currently up for adoption. Updated 14 March 2021 . Please see our PetFinder page for more cats for adoption during COVID-19 restrictions. Cashew (left) & Peanut (right) – must be adopted together If you have a heart for animals you should consider adopting Cashew & Peanut Found in a drainage system, these 2 bottle babies were the only survivors from a litter of 5. Born with almost no vision or no eyes, they have overcome many obstacles. Cashew and Peanut are now sweet loving cats who have to be adopted together because of their congenital eye issues/ limited vision. They have been to the Richmond Eye Clinic for treatment and all necessary treatments were performed. Peanut will come right up to anyone purring begging for attention. He loves pets! He will let you hold him. He has fused elbows- so now and then when he jumps, he lands on his face. Once he has learned the layout of the house he gets around fine. This probably should be done room by room to begin with. Cashew is a little shy at first, but once he knows you he begs for his belly and cheeks to be rubbed. Both cats purr constantly when people are paying attention to them. They are calm, gentle, curious and playful. The previous foster had them out in the house with 2 big dogs and other cats. Cashew especially loves to play with the other animals. They are such a delight and loved immediately by all who meet them! Zelda Darla Patrick – takes a pill once a day Noah April – recovered from an infection from spay surgery. Playful and sweet and ready for a permanent home. Huey – very shy initially, but once he opens up is a total lap kitty. Loves to play and be held.