Oak Ridge, TN
Cats Available for Adoption
My name is Annika, like Seven of Nine on
Star Trek Voyager! I too wear a sleek silver jumpsuit and
am a strong independent lady. I am an almost two-year-old female
Russian blue mix, and I am looking for a place to call home! My
voyage has been long, and on the way we have discovered that
small children are not my favorite, so I need to find a home without
them. I get along fine with teenagers and adults, as well as other
cats and dogs! I am a loving and affectionate cat on my own terms
and love to talk and play. I won’t sit on your lap, but I love to
be near my people and will follow you around the house to see what
fun new adventures await us next! Won’t you help me find my way to
a forever home?
More photos of Annika.
Luna is a pretty, black kitty with striking white whiskers and eyebrows.
She is about 5 years old as of May, 2020. She prefers a quiet
household without dogs or young children for her forever home, although
she does well with the other cats in her foster home. Her foster mom has
decided that Luna would be a great companion for a person who is a night-owl;
she is at her friendliest late at night and comes to be petted and share
More photos of Luna.
Video of Luna.
Apollo was named after a Greek god known for his beauty. This
striking black-and-white tuxedo kitty -- about seven years
old -- is looking for his new forever home. Apollo has recently
lived with another cat, so we know he’s cat-friendly. He’s also
very people-friendly -- his previous owner says he's "all about
his people." He is only available for adoption due to serious
health issues of his previous people. Our vets say he is friendly
and sweet. He’s ready for the next chapter in his life.
Another photo of Apollo.
About two years old, Maggie (with her 3 kittens) was rescued from
the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter. Now that the kittens are in their
furever homes, Maggie is looking for her final home. Maggie is a
very sweet cat who loves to be wherever you are. She follows her
people, and will sit in a lap and purr contentedly. Since Maggie
does not appreciate other cats, she would be happiest in a home
where she is the only cat. She is a polydactyl
on both front feet, meaning she has extra toes. Polydactyls (also
known as "Hemingway cats," since he rescued many over the
years) were prized by sailors for their extraordinary climbing and
hunting abilities. They were believed to bring good luck. So if
you want a beautiful, loving kitty to bring you good luck, put in
an application for Maggie.
More photos of Maggie.
Video of Maggie's helpful hints for dealing with shelter in place.
Happy Tails -- Cats Adopted or Pending
Cricket, named after the lucky cricket from Mulan, is an eight-week-old,
male, grey-and-white, Manx-mixed, bob-tailed kitten. He is full of
boundless curiosity and loves to run around the house with a fuzzy ball
in his mouth. He gets along with older cats and enjoys cuddling and being
groomed by them. He also loves to cuddle and has one of the loudest purrs.
He likes to sit on shoulders like a little parrot while being petted.
More photos of Cricket.
Mr Smith, two years old, came to us from a local veterinarian who
removed one hind leg that was badly damaged, probably by being hit
by a car. Mr. Smith is in a foster home, learning again how to navigate
and doing very well. He gets along well with the dog in the home, seems
fine with other cats when he sees them, and LOVES people. Mr. Smith wants
to follow his people and sit or sleep with them. Although he’s FIV positive,
that’s not a problem -- the latest research indicates that FIV+ and FIV- cats
can co-exist with no problems. If you’re looking for a lover of a cat,
this handsome orange tabby boy could be a great fit.
More photos of Mr. Smith.
Penelope is a 9-month-old Maine coon mix. She was turned in to
the shelter because her owners were moving and couldn’t take her
with them. She is super-friendly and loves being wherever you are.
She gets along ok with other cats. We don’t know how she does with
dogs since there are not dogs at her foster home.
More photos of Penelope.
My name is Carter and I'm a beautiful light orange tabby with pale green
eyes. I have very soft, silky fur and love being petted. I'm about 2
years old and a big boy -- I weigh about 17 pounds. I'm a very confident, social and
loving boy. You know I'm happy and in love when you hear me purr! Toys
are great fun and I love those little squiggly plastic cat toys! My
potty manners are excellent!
I live in a foster home with six other cats and 3 German shepherds. I
have adjusted very well to being an indoor cat. My foster mom has a sun
porch that I can access from inside the house and I've gotten quite
skilled at using the cat door. I love watching birds from the window and
snoozing on the cat tree.
I love to play and would be happier with another cat to play with. My
foster mom keeps a bowl of fresh water in the bathtub, and I love to get
fresh water there every morning. It is so much better than drinking out
the same water bowl as the dogs.
More photos of Carter.
Video of Carter playing with Morris.
George Bailey is a gorgeous Maine coon mix boy of about 4½-5
years old. He's in a foster home with another cat, so we know he
gets along with other cats. George was a stray found in a barn
who was taken in by a family who ultimately decided they couldn't
keep him. He had been chipped at one point, but attempts to contact
the original owner went nowhere. SARG has re-chipped him so that
his chip information is up to date. Now he's looking for a true
"forever" home. George appears to like people and will
sit on laps. As we have him longer, we'll discover more about
this stunning boy.
More photos of George Bailey.
Melody is a black-and-tan polydactyl tabby with white paws. A
typical kitten, she’s right there playing with a toy or wrestling
with her sisters. She will be ready for her new home in a couple
of weeks, around March 13, 2020.
More photos of Melody.
Matilda is a black-and-tan mackerel polydactyl tabby. If there is
a toy to be found, she’s right there playing with it. She will be
ready for her new home in a couple of weeks, around March 13, 2020.
Another photo of Matilda.
Morris is a male orange-swirl tabby, and possibly a Manx mix, since his
tail is only about 2 inches long. He is about 4 years old and was a
stray in the Wear's Valley area who wanted to come inside. Morris does
love to play with string, laser and toys; really loves catnip on his
scratch box and toys. He was quite a wild child when he came to his
foster home, but has calmed down and gets along pretty well with the
other cats. He does fine with the dogs in the home -- two very large
German shepherds. He does not like to be picked up, but does sleep on
the bed and will cuddle. He likes to lie on a person, especially early
in the morning. He loves being petted and does get in laps, but is a
work-in-progress on becoming a true lap cat. He loves the cat tree on
the sun porch and talks to the birds outside. He's a striking boy with
his classic swirl tabby pattern in dark red-orange and his half-length
More photos of Morris.
Video of Carter playing with Morris.
Baby Yoda is a tiny Maine-coon-mix kitten, 5 weeks old as of December
5, 2019. He has a super-sweet disposition and loves all the other kitties
in his foster home. He was found abandoned under a porch, riddled with
fleas and ear mites. As he was too tiny to be left alone, SARG is now
fostering him in a home with other kittens his age. He looks a bit like
Baby Yoda from the new Star Wars series
The Mandalorian. Baby Yoda is just as his
name suggests: curious, docile and loves everyone in an understated
way. He is sure to grow to be a nice fluffy kitty.
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***"Other Adoptables" (when listed) are NOT in the
SARG program, but they still need love and a forever home.
Please contact the owners directly by clicking on the link. Please
contact SARG. SARG offers no guarantee in any way
related to any non-SARG animal -- the rescues, shelters, or owners
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