Spayed Female
1 year 1 month

Teddy is Sponsored by: Leigh Behrens

Teddy’s adopter will receive this Drawing of Teddy by Gabriela Doll

When Teddy was surrendered to SNAP cats we were told that he had a cleft lip/palate. Once we saw the dilute caligo ears, we knew he was a she. But she knew her name, so we kept it.

SNAP Cats, with help from our wonderful donors, fixed Teddy’s cleft lip/palate in a series of surgeries starting on October 15, 2014. Teddy was very, very shy at first. She startled at every little noise, and basically was being considered a barn cat. HOWEVER, Teddy has made great progress! She’s still shy, but will take food from your hand, and come to you if you call her name. Teddy LOVES the company of other kittens/cats. She still frightens a little, but that shouldn’t stop her from becoming a warm, indoor companion kitty. Teddy just needs some time to acclimate. She needs a human that’ll give her the time to adjust, has a quiet household, with no kids, and has a companion cat to help her socialize.

To see Teddy’s before and after pictures from her surgery click here.




Spayed Female
5 years-old
Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH)

Sponsor Pompom: For $25/month, you can sponsor Pompom (for $50/month you can sponsor Pompom and her two CH siblings) to help us make sure she receives proper medical care (medicine, food, etc.). Please email us us for more information and/or opportunities. Thank you!

Like her siblings, Pompom has moderate cerebellar hypoplasia. She’s a little shy at first, but comes around after about a week of attention. Pompom’s playful and loves to be brushed. She loves other cats and loves cardboard boxes – she’ll pick a cardboard box over a fluffy bed any day! Pompom has a great appetite! She’s spayed, vaccinated, dewormed, de-flead, FeLV/FIV negative and just had a full dental with five extractions.

If you can adopt or foster Pompom and/or her two CH siblings (Pancake and Pumpkin) please let us know. These kitties were rescued from a horrible hoarding situation and deserve to have a warm, loving home for the rest of their lives!




Neutered Male
3 Years 2 months

Brewster is Sponsored by: Lakmali Jayasinghe

Brewster was hanging around my house, wanting to occasionally come in to say hi. He had an abscess so I took him in to the vet. Brewster was also intact so we fixed him and did a blood panel. It was then we learned Brewster is FIV+. He’s very nice and playful… a big, black tom who’s very friendly and docile. I think with a proper introduction he’ll be fine with other cats, not sure about dogs. – Rene

Brewster is currently in Rene’s care. If you can adopt Brewster please email SNAP Cats A.S.A.P.
Let’s get him into a warm, comfortable, permanent home. Thanks.