Unfortunately, black cats (and dogs) are less likely to be adopted. Despite being part of the sweet and affectionate tabby family, black cats spend more time waiting for a forever home, and are at higher risk for euthanasia in kill shelters. This phenomenon is known as Black Cat Syndrome. Some possible reasons for Black Cat Syndrome include:
BAA knows that black kitties are just as cute, cuddly, and loving as any other adoptable animal – and we have lots of furry evidence below. (Plus, as a bonus for our NYC adopters: you don’t have to worry about these kitties’ fur being visible on your chic black clothes!) We hope you’ll enjoy getting to know our Little Panthers – they certainly can’t wait to meet you!
Rescued recently from a backyard in Bay Ridge—along with their siblings, Ebby and Boo—Linsky and Sturgill are a sister-and-brother Bombay duo who are sweet, sweet, sweet! Currently in a foster home, they’re looking to find that special place they can call theirs forever.
Linsky is the girl, and she’s so affectionate, you’ll hardly believe it! She purrs up a storm, cuddles with her humans, and has so much love packed in her tiny kitten self. Sturgill, her brother, is also a regular purr machine, and is the more adventurous and playful of the two. As much as they adore people, they are incredibly bonded to each other, and must be adopted as a perfect pair.
Both kittens tested negative for FeLV/FIV and are up to date on vaccines. They will be spayed and neutered when they are old enough. If you’d like to meet Linsky and Sturgill, contact Tara Green at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Gorgeous Bombay Onyx is looking for loving home! Onyx, around a year old, is a sweet, friendly, even-tempered kitty who will make a great companion.She gets along with everyone, even the shyest cats!
Though he may look rough and tough, once you learn Big Boy Bear’s story, you’ll realize two things. One, he had a hard time living on the mean streets of Brooklyn; and two, he hasn’t let that hard time harden him. Seriously, don’t let his appearances fool you. This loving boy is as sweet and gentle as they come.
If you’d like to meet Bear, the gentle giant, contact Tara Green at email@example.com
This awesome girl is always positive, playful and active. She is an independent cat, but appreciates both humans and other felines. Being about 10 months old, she would make a good companion to you, your kitten or an adult cat.
Abby would benefit from a little more socialization but is very friendly and ready for a new loving home!
If you would like to schedule a playdate with Abby, contact Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also click here for more info, pictures and a video!
A true charmer, Lotto is a young, playful boy who’s friendly with a capital F. He’s used to plenty of action and human traffic, and he’s an amiable, go-with-the-flow, all around good guy. The only piece of the puzzle that’s missing is a forever home. Lotto’s never had a home of his own, and he’s more than earned a special sun-spot, a window perch from which to watch the world, and a human or two he can call his family. For Lotto’s full story, click here
If you’d like to hit the jackpot and meet Lotto, contact Tara Green at email@example.com!
Marco (short for Marco Polo) is the last of a litter of kittens rescued with their mom in Crown Heights. He’s a gorgeous young boy who loves to play and cuddle, and as his name implies, he’s quite an adventurer. He’s got a lot of kitten energy, but is happy to snuggle when hugs and pats are involved! He gets along wonderfully with his foster big sister, too, and is generous with other foster kittens.
Marco loves other kitties and would like to be in a home with a friend. He’s neutered, tested negative for FIV/FeLV, had his shots, and is all ready to go home with you.
If you would like more information about this adorable sweetheart or want to set up a play date, please contact Belinda at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also click here for more info and pictures.
Meet Butters, a beautiful Bombay girl who was rescued from the streets of Brooklyn, where she had been living amongst a colony of feral cats. But this girl isn’t feral in the slightest. Instead, she belongs indoors, where life is good and she can get pets aplenty—which she adores.
It was clear from the start that Butters isn’t feral because of how sweet and affectionate she is with humans. She craves their touch and will start purring the instant the petting starts, and her purr is so deep and lovely, too! She’s an all-around perfect companion with so much affection to share. Butter is spayed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, and is up to date on vaccines.
Meet Wednesday, a super cute little panther who is super
friendly and absolutely loves attention!! Wednesday is about a year and a half old and was recently rescued from the cold winter streets by a caring cat-love! Unfortunately, Wednesday’s hero is unable to keep him and so now he is in dire need of a new home! Show Wednesday a little love and affection and he is sure to become a wonderful and devoted companion!!!
Wednesday is healthy, up to date on shots/vaccines, and will be fixed prior to adoption.
This Bombay beauty is Lilith, who was taken in as a
“foster-to-adopt” kitten over six months ago, but her foster is leaving New York and will not be taking her. Lilith is playful and good-natured, adores other kitties, and is affectionate with humans, even if she prefers to sit beside them as their equal, rather than on top of them as their cat. If you are looking for a sweet, independent, and utterly beautiful cat that gets along well with other animals, Lilith is the perfect cat for you!
Lilith is up to date on all her vaccines, FeLV/FIV negative, and spayed.
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