In our interest to help as many animals as possible, on this page we list private parties in the area who are helping cats and dogs looking for their forever homes. These animals are not AnimaLovers's listings and are private transactions between the parties. Please note that AnimaLovers has no involvement other than listing these animals.

About These Referrals

AnimaLovers makes no representations regarding the health or temperament history of any of the animals listed below. Please direct all questions regarding these issues to the owner.

Charlie is a handsome orange/white short-haired stray who came into the Latham yard of his foster Mom a few years ago, most likely left behind from an apartment complex that lines the neighborhood his foster lives in. Fearful and scared, it took a long time for Charlie to trust her and her family. But almost 3 years later, he has been neutered and is up to date on all his shots. He loves to be petted/brushed and is a great hunter if you have a mouse issue! Because Charlie has remained outdoors for most of this time, he would fit best in a home, in a safe area, that allows him the freedom to go out but come in as well for the love and attention he deserves. His foster Mom can not afford to keep him, although she remains committed to his care until a forever home can be found for him. He is very well taken care of at the moment with access to a garage and bedding with heating pads and fresh blankets, but Charlie doesn't care for other cats and if brought inside, stays in an extra room in the house for those cold winter nights, but separated from her other cats. His foster Mom wants more for Charlie. She currently owns 3 cats and needs to sell her house next year in an effort to down-size due to medical conditions and simply can't take Charlie. She really needs someone else to step up to the plate as she has done for several years now doing the best she can for Charlie, but he won't be happy in a small place with 3 other cats. He is litter box trained and a sweet boy. It will take an owner who has experience with fearful kitties who need time and patience to adapt to new surroundings.Please help by sharing Charlie's story with others whom you may know is in the right time of life to adopt a beautiful cat who deserves a forever home where he will know he is King of the residence and gets the undivided attention and care he deserves for his remaining days. Charlie's foster, Mary can be reached at 518-326-8973 or 518-596-4810. Top of Page
This handsome young man is Lindy, a mellow, 7-year-old boy that’s looking for a home where he can get lots of attention and spend a lot of time snuggling with his very own person. Lindy is a laid back fellow who’s on lower end of the energy spectrum. You’ll never find him climbing the curtains or getting into things he shouldn’t!! He loves nothing more than relaxing in a ray of sun or sitting with his foster mom while she reads or watches TV. He also loves sleeping on the bed – his favorite spot is tucked right up against his foster mom’s side. He’s a great bed warmer on cold winter nights! Lindy is very well-mannered, and uses a scratching post and the litter box with no issues. He gets along well with other cats, although he’d also be a good “only”, if he got lots of love. He had most of his teeth removed last year to cure a problem with his gums, so he eats mainly canned food, but he’s not terribly picky about what kind. His foster mom will provide his adopter with some of the food he likes, some toys, and anything else she thinks might make him more comfortable. Lindy has been neutered, vaccinated against rabies and distemper, and flea treated, and his adopter will receive copies of all of his vet work. He tested negative for feline leukemia, but did test positive for FIV (an immune system deficiency). He’s a healthy, happy boy, and as long as he’s kept inside and continues to receive good vet care, he’ll live a long, happy life. Please contact Ronnie at 518-225-6886 to learn more about Lindy! Top of Page