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
Juliana is a beautiful long haired front declawed calico van with an estimated birthdate of 12/6/2006. She originally came to StreetCats May 2014 and was adopted July 2014. She was returned to us on 9/4/18 because her former owner had a health issue and could no longer care of her. She loves being petted and purrs and purrs and purrs and is a love. She would prefer to be the only cat in her home.
Upon her return she was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, but she has been treated and cured of it and is ready for a forever home. She does have IBS (irritable bowl syndrome) and does need medicine that comes in a soft chew (she loves them) and eats Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Fiber Response dry food but both work really well for her. She's been through a lot but she's a wonderful kitty who will love having a forever home and she’ll give you lots of love in return.
Baby is a small black female weighing less than 7 lbs. and her estimated birthdate is 9/25/13. She came into StreetCats with Chase who she has lived with for four years but they are not bonded in StreetCats. Her elderly owner died and the owner’s cousin took both cats but was unable to keep them. She has IBS and is on soft chews and Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Fiber Response dry food which works well for her. She is sweet once she gets over her shyness, loves to be brushed and loves to be petted. Chasing a laser light is a favorite pastime. She has not been with children or dogs.
Annie is a brown patch tabby with white. She’s a sweetheart with an estimated birthdate of 10/31/16. She’s not thrilled with other cats in StreetCats so she hides from them but she loves humans and will want you to spend time with her, likes to cuddle, enjoys playing, and is happy to tell you all about the night before when greeted each morning. She was in a home for about two years but returned to us on 1/25/19 even though they loved her but it wasn’t working out in their current situation.
Okie is a young brown tabby male with an estimated birthdate of 5/5/18. He was rescued by a StreetCats volunteer after he had apparently been dumped by people because he was not “wild.” He’s a darling sweetheart, laidback but active, and he loves people. He also enjoys playing in StreetCats.
Heidi is a small brown patch tabby with white with an estimated birthdate of 10/10/13. She is adorable and after being in StreetCats a couple of weeks she is out and about more. We believe she is a sister to Belle and came from a growing family with too many pets. Her intake info says she does get along with dogs after an adjustment period and she is easy going, friendly, and sweet.
Calibus came into StreetCats 3/11/19 so we are still learning about him. He is a brown tabby with white and medium to long fur. We believe he is the brother of Cleo with an estimated birthdate of 5/1/16. The lady who rescued these kitties said Calibus should be an only cat, however, he has occasionally shared the little house he is hanging out in with Cleo as well as other new kitties in StreetCats without any problems. He does love to be petted in his safe place and he’s still adjusting to StreetCats and all the new cats we have (he was in a home with other foster cats but she had to give some up). He should be a love once he adjusts and a quiet laidback kitty.
Belle is a sleek black female and we believe she is a sister to Heidi. Her estimated birthdate is 10/10/13. Both cats were in a home with a growing family and too many pets. She is shy and it may take her a while to adjust to her new environment but she is very happy to have you pet her while she is hanging out and watching what is going on. She was used to snuggling with her mom and her sisters so this is a big change for her. She and Heidi did come in to StreetCats a couple of weeks apart and they haven’t spent any time together so we don’t think they are bonded.