Adopt A Cat

Below is our list of Cats up for adoption sorted alphabetically. You can also use the alpha search below to sort through the different cats.

While the black cats at FOHA are safe and loved until they find their forever homes, it's true that black cats suffer the highest euthanasia rates in shelters. Black cats are about half as likely to be adopted as other cats. On average, they stay several months longer in shelters than any other cats. Why is this? Superstition. Less photogenic. Aren't as distinctive or colorful...albeit black cats are plentiful. To help showcase black cats for adoption, FOHA presents the "Black Cat Ball" -- these felines are dressed to impress....and they hope they impress upon you how loving and deserving of homes they truly are.

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Big Daddy

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, senior

Who’s your daddy? I’m Big Daddy, a handsome black male cat who’s seen a few sights and experienced a few adventures in my day. Sit on down and I’ll tell you all about my exploits. While I may look like a rough and tumble guy – and the nam…

Brandi

Up for Adoption

Domestic long hair, female, young

I’m Brandi, a shy girl with a unique look. People love my long black fur – I’m ready for winter any day of the year! My eyes are a bit different, as they aren’t symmetrical. One tends to look one way while the other looks the other way. I…

Charlotte Bronte

Up for Adoption

Bombay mix, female, young

Don’t make a terrible “Eyre” in judgment and miss meeting me—Charlotte Bronte. I’m named after one of the famous British literary sisters, but I must confess that I haven’t written a book in my life. I have slept on books and maybe pushed one off…

Chloe - Courtesy Listing

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, young - Courtesy Listing

I’m the poster child for why kitties should be indoor only and spayed or neutered. I’m Chloe. First, let me tell you that I’m a very sweet and affectionate girl. I live in my foster home with other cats and a beagle, a…

Cleo

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, young

I’m Cleo, a little single mom looking for a forever home. I came to a FOHA foster home from the King George County shelter, along with my kittens. I was a terrific mom, protective of my kittens, nurturing them until they were ready to st…

Jane Austen

Up for Adoption

I hope you’ll have the “Sense and Sensibility” to adopt me, the beautiful Jane Austen. I’m a beautiful black cat with a broad face—often found in the breed of Bombay cat. I’m quite the beauty, with my rich black fur, purr-fect for petting. I was adopted from FOHA as a kitten alongside my literary…

Jenna

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, adult

I’m Jenna, a very sweet and quiet mostly black feline. I came to FOHA from a home with many, many cats, so I’m definitely feline-friendly. However, I had very limited interaction with people, so I’m definitely on the shy side. At FOHA, y…

Max

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, male, adult

I’m a sweet and gentle boy who’s looking for a forever home and family. My rescuers named me Max. It looks like I’ve had a rough start at life, with a crumpled ear from injuries and broken teeth from trying to care for myself in the not-so…

Mickey

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, adult

I’m a tuxedo cutie looking for a forever home. I’m Mickey. I came to FOHA with my feline sister, but unfortunately, she passed away. I’m looking for someone who I can call my family so I’m not alone again. I’m a sweet but shy girl, and I…

Queenie

Up for Adoption

Domestic short hair, female, young

I’m a little princess who goes by the name Queenie. I may be shy at first, but I warm up when I am surrounded by sweet, gentle, loving people. I came to FOHA from a rural Virginia shelter where, unfortunately, there are more kitties in n…