The kitties listed on this page have not found their forever homes due to being too shy for most adopters to give them a chance or have medical issues beyond what most adopters are prepared to take on.
By sponsoring one of our long term resident kitties you are ensuring that Cats R Us can continue to provide food, shelter and medical care for these kitties for their lifetime.
We are asking a sponsorship of $25 per month to cover food costs for your sponsored kitty. Anything above that amount would be amazing! ‘If you would like to sponsor a long term resident please complete the form below. Thank you for your kindness and thinking of these kitties who through no fault of their own have not been chosen.
|Sister was trapped as an older kitten at Grace Chemical plant in Baltimore. Despite our volunteers efforts to socialize her to people, Sister remains shy and is still wary of strangers but can be petted by some volunteers she trusts. Sister is 10 years old. Sister is currently sponsored by Marilyn K.!||Rainier was found as a stray kitty in Mount Rainier. He is a sweet guy and a favorite of our shelter volunteers. Rainier has health issues related to his digestive system and requires daily medication. Rainier is 5 years old. Update: Sadly, Rainier had to be euthanized due to cancer. RIP sweet boy!||Skye was trapped as an older kitten in Annapolis. Despite our volunteers efforts to socialize her to people, Skye remains shy and is still wary of strangers but can be petted by some volunteers she trusts. Skye is 6 years old. Skye is currently sponsored by Dee W.!|
|Pikachu was trapped in Annapolis with her kitten that has been adopted. She could not be released where she was trapped due to hostility towards her from a resident. Despite the efforts of several volunteers to socialize her, Pikachu has remained true to her nature as a feral cat. Pikachu is currently sponsored by Ray and Karen.||Beverly was trapped as a stray kitty on Fort Meade. For many years she was a shy and guarded girl. She is now 10 years old and has mellowed into a friendlier but still wary cat with our volunteers. Beverly has developed hyperthyroidism so she requires daily medication to treat this condition. Beverly has been adopted!||Piney was found as a stray kitty behind the home of a couple that adopted two cats from us. When the couple moved we took in Piney. Despite our volunteers efforts to socialize Piney to people she has remained true to her nature as a feral cat. Piney is currently being sponsored by Judith C.!|
|Spring came to Cats R Us as a shy, stray girl kitty who has tested positive for exposure to Feline Leukemia virus (FeLV). Spring is 4 years old. Spring has been adopted!||Tuppence was born in a trap. It was touch and go for this white kitten but she has persevered in life to be a happy adult kitty despite chronic allergies and sinus infections. Tuppence mothers all the kittens that come into her fosters home. Tuppence is 10 years old. Tuppence is currently sponsored by Marilyn K.!||Reece was trapped as an older kitten near Reece Road in Severn. Despite our foster volunteers efforts to socialize her, Reece has remained true to her nature as a feral cat. Reece is 4 years old. Reece is sponsored by Susan C.!|
|Johnny Choptank (aka Johnny no-tail) came to us with a badly injured tail that required partial amputation. Once healed, Johnny decided he prefers other cats to people and has remained true to his nature of a feral cat. Johnny C. is 6 years old. I need a sponsor!||Juanita came to us as a young adult cat that showed up at a feral cat colony. She was brought indoors to try to socialize her but Juanita remains shy and prefers the company of her feline friends over people. Juanita is 8 years old. Juanita is currently sponsored by Marcia D!|