Special Cats for Special People 

It is fitting that "special" is part of their label - these kitties are definitely very special! There are many reasons why we consider a cat or kitten special needs, sometimes it is because of a medical condition, sometimes a behavioral condition, and sometimes it is because of older age. To some people, these animals are not adoptable, and in some cases, if these cats and kittens weren't in our care, they would be destroyed. All Cats Rescue believes that these cats deserve loving homes. They are worthy of being saved and entitled to live out the rest of their lives surrounded by people who will love and care for them. Are you one of the special people who can open your heart and home to a cat who really, really needs you?

Please consider adopting one of ACR's special needs cats, listed below. For information on adopting one of these wonderful kitties, please contact us! If you are unable to adopt one of these sweethearts, please consider making a donation!

River

Estimated DOB: 2/26/18

As you can see, River is a handsome tuxedo boy!  He loves feather toys and treats! He can be shy at first, but will warm up after a few days! River is a great guy who deserves a wonderful forever home!

Please note that River has tested positive for feline leukemia (FeLV), a virus that affects a cat's immune system and makes him more susceptible to secondary infections. Because of this, his life span may be shorter than that of cats without the virus, but it is also possible that he may live a long, happy life, especially if he is placed with a family that is attentive to his special needs. Because FeLV can spread to other cats, River will need to be in a home with no other cats, or with other FeLV+ cats. FeLV does not spread to humans, dogs, or any other animals. We believe that River deserves every chance to live and be loved like any other cat, and that the right person or family is out there for him!

Sylvester, Monte, and Wes

Sylvester, Monte, and Wes are not only dashing boys -- they are so sweet and fun! They love looking outside and cuddling with each other and with their foster parents.  This trio of FeLV+ guys (see below) would be so awesome to adopt -- and we would be super happy to see them adopted together! They would be the perfect little crew for a person or family that does not currently have any cats, and would like to do something really wonderful for some kitties who really deserve the best!

Feline leukemia (FeLV), is a virus that affects the immune system and will make an infected cat more susceptible to secondary infections. The life span of cats with FeLV may be shorter than that of cats without the virus, but it is also possible that FeLV+ cats may live long, happy lives, especially if placed with families who are attentive to their special needs. FeLV does not spread to humans, dogs, or any other animals. We believe that these sweet boys deserve every chance to live and be loved like any other cats, and that the right person or family is out there for them! Interested? Follow the link below to apply to adopt them!
Sylvester
Monte
Wes

Gesundheit

Estimated DOB: 5/15/18

Gesundheit  is a really cool cat -- and he is so cute! He likes to do his own thing, but will cuddle with you when he is in the mood. Sometimes he gets so focused on whatever he is doing that an interruption will startle him. Gesundheit loves to play with his foster brothers and toys that are in the house.  He is one of a kind and deserves a home where he will be given patience as he gets to know his new family! Please note that Gesundheit has tested positive for feline leukemia (FeLV), a virus that affects a cat's immune system and makes him more susceptible to secondary infections. Because of this, his life span may be shorter than that of cats without the virus, but it is also possible that he may live a long, happy life, especially if he is placed with a family that is attentive to his special needs. Because FeLV can spread to other cats, Gesundheit will need to be in a home with no other cats, or with other FeLV+ cats. FeLV does not spread to humans, dogs, or any other animals. We believe that Gesundheit deserves every chance to live and be loved like any other cat, and that the right person or family is out there for him!

More of our special needs kitties will be listed soon - please check back.