Meadow and River
Meadow and River are very sweet, shy kiddos that need someone patient enough to wait for their wonderful personalities to come out and shine! Meadow a beautiful solid black girl is the friendliest one, and likes being picked up and snuggled. She'll sit around with her tongue peeking out of her mouth, looking adorable. River, an adorable gray tabby, needs a little more time before she'll come out to be social
TOBY is a handsome young brown tabby male kitty who wears the whitest pair of ‘tube socks’ on his front legs. Toby and his sister Francine were found at Alton Baker Park in Eugene last summer, and have been in foster care learning how to be house cats. He has perfect litterbox manners and will eat both kibble and canned food.
Her name is HONEY and she is as sweet as her name! Honey is a black and white 5-year-old tuxedo kitty with adorable markings on her face and soft short fur. She is affectionate and craves attention, but is not demanding.
FRANCINE is a quiet and curious young gray tabby tuxedo female teenager with cute tabby-colored trousers and an adorable dark smudge below nose. Franny and her brother Toby were found by at Alton Baker Park in Eugene last summer, and have been in a loving foster home learning how to be house cats.
RIO is quite a character of a cat, from his freckled nose to his long skinny tail. He is approximately 5 years old. He is very handsome with big golden eyes, pale orange fur, and long limbs...
BOOTS is a gorgeous long-haired tuxedo cat who is about 10 years old with the most adorable white mustache and spot on his nose. He is DECLAWED on his front paws, thus he must be an indoor-only cat (which he has been his whole life).
NORA is a sweet young adult female kitty with beautiful, glossy black fur. She is about 3 years old. She was rescued as a teenager and went to live in a loving WCDC foster home. She was very shy at first, but she has learned that humans have gentle hands, bring food and toys, and give her gentle pets.
West Coast fosters give their kitties lots of TLC and attention. Because of that, we have very well socialized cats that are readily adopted. BUT, we have reached capacity with our fosters. We need more fosters to help fulfill our mission of helping rescue special needs animals.
We Provide: A natural, poison-free way to keep the rodent population under control. Occasionally, we may even let you pet us (Teardrop and Marmalade that is, CoCo is a little more reserved)! You provide: Safe, warm housing (a barn will suffice) with daily access to fresh water and food, as well as medical attention as needed.