All cats have tested negative for Feline Leukemia (or FeLeuk) and FIV and are current on rabies and FVRCP vaccinations. All kitties have Home Again microchips implanted and are registered at no charge to the owner. StreetCats is located at 60th & S. Sheridan in Tulsa on the east side of Sheridan behind Charlie’s Chicken. We are open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. All adopters must come in to select a cat of their choice. All children in the family also need to come in when a family is looking to adopt.
Adoption fee - $75 ** If 65 years or older Adoption fee - $65 ** If adopting two cats - $135 ** If 65 years or older for two cats - $125
Julie is a darling medium sized blue tabby with white and her estimated birth date is 7/11/17. She was rescued from the streets on 4/12/18. She has been spayed and can be shy but she's out and about a lot now. She loves to play especially with stick toys and she and Peggy love to play together with toys. Sometimes she is shy and doesn't want to be petted and other times she rolls over and begs for tummy rubs. She'll probably be better in a quieter home but she'll want someone to play with her and especially with a stick toy and she'd probably like to have another cat (like Peggy) to have a buddy.
Daisy is a larger size black and white front declawed female with an estimated birthdate of 5/11/11. She was adopted as a kitten on 12/16/11 but was returned to StreetCats in April 2018 when her mom passed away. She is now out and about, loves to spend time around people and to be petted. She isn’t overly fond of other cats, especially a male we have in StreetCats. She’d probably be great with a single person since that is what she is used to.
Monkey is a smaller size tortie female who might be a little shy at first. Her estimated birthdate is 4/13/16. She was rescued by a couple who had a dog door so she was both an inside and outside cat. She isn’t fond of the other cats in StreetCats probably because she had to defend herself when she was outside, however, she has lived with other cats and dogs. Her human mom died in early April 2018 and her dad couldn’t continue to take care of her so she came to StreetCats on 4/18/18. She'd been well taken care by her human parents. She loves to take naps in the StreetCats office and enjoys looking out a window. She'd probably need some time to adjust in a new home but she'd love someone to pet her and make her a special home again.
Peggy is a medium size front declawed brown tabby with an estimated birthdate of 4/30/17. She came into StreetCats because a former StreetCats volunteer is going into the Air Force and she needed a new home. She is very sweet, a little shy, and enjoys being around people. She would probably like a home with another kitty because she's lived with other cats. She and Julie have enjoyed playing together. She has not been around dogs. She does like to hide out occasionally to take a nap.
SEE SEPARATE PICTURE OF TUBBY BUT THE WRITE-UP COVERS BOTH OF THEM BECAUSE THEY MUST BE ADOPTED TOGETHER.
Mama and Tubby are mother and son and must be adopted together. Mama is a medium haired very dark brown tabby with an estimated birthdate of 1/15/17. Tubby is also a medium haired dark brown tabby with an estimated birthdate of 8/1/17. Both have wonderful big fluffy tails. They are extremely bonded and rely on each other. Mama is more shy but they are now out and about quite a lot - especially when it is time for wet food. They sometimes snuggle together in the bottom of cat trees but also hang out separately. Mama was an outside cat but she had Tubby and two other kittens inside a home and the other two kittens have been adopted together. They do let us pet them and Tubby loves tummy rubs. These are beautiful cats that need a new home where they can feel safe and loved but you must have a lot of patience (especially with Mama) which will eventually be rewarded by them being loving and friendly kitties.
MAMA AND TUBBY MUST BE ADOPTED TOGETHER. SEE WRITE-UP UNDER MAMA.
Pete is a white and blue short haired male with an estimated birthdate of 8/15/15. He loves people and wants a home where people will play with him or he has a playmate (he gets along with many cats but not all, especially females) to keep him active during the day so he will sleep more at night. He was adopted briefly but his new dad wasn’t there to give him the attention and play time Pete wanted. He said, however, that Pete was a great cat, very friendly, and always used his litter box without any problems.
Fuzzball is a blue tabby female that is looking for love. Her estimate birthdate is 5/12/15 and she’s had a pretty tough life so far with no full time love attention because she was abandoned from her home, she was living in a warehouse, and then spending two months in a foster room. Now she is ready to be social, be petted, and be affectionate in a home of her own. Sometimes she growls when she’s being petted but she’s just showing she loves the attention and it will turn into purrs. She did come in with Fritz and he’s her buddy and they can be adopted together or maybe separately. Have not lived with dogs.
Fritz is a large size cream tabby male who weighs 15 lbs+. He came in with Fuzzball but they are not related. His estimated birthdate is 6/1/11 and he also lost his home, then lived in a warehouse, and then spent two months in a foster room. He is affectionate, loves to be petted, and will be more social once he gets used to his new environment in StreetCats, but he appears to be a bit more shy than Fuzzball. He has not lived with dogs. Fritz and Fuzzball are buddies and will do well living and loving in the same home or they can probably be adopted separately.
Lexi is a small brown patch ticked tabby with an estimated birthdate of 3/26/17. She originally was rescued as a kitten in the Skiatook area and then spent time in foster care living with other cats and small dogs. She is shy at first but is very loving when she warms up and gets used to you. Lexi will do best with at least one other cat in the home for her to bond with as she loves to snuggle with another cat. She does like to be held and snuggled. She would probably be best in a quieter home without children but she definitely needs another cat to be a buddy with.