Trenton Cats Rescue

Trenton Cats Rescue is an all-volunteer, foster-based, 501c3 rescue group in the greater Trenton, NJ area.
Trenton Cats Rescue
Trenton Cats RescueMonday, August 15th, 2022 at 12:17pm
We thought we had a home for our Rumi. Someone met her and really loved her. Unfortunately, this person recently had a cat pass away, and needed more time before adopting again. So our beauty queen is still waiting for her home.
Rumi was born in July 2020 and found with her siblings when she was 10 days old. She moved into her foster home and there she stayed until she was adopted when she was four months old. Unfortunately, her family had some issues and she finds herself at a little less than two years old needing to find new people to love her. She does wonderfully with children, they can pick her up and she is just fine with it. She loves to be petted , plays with toys and hang out with her people. She's so-so with other kitties and not a fan of doggies. She'd probably do best as an only pet. This wonderful girl is waiting for her people. She came to an adoption event last Saturday and no luck for her. We know her people are out there, we just don't know when we are going to find them.
Trenton Cats Rescue
Trenton Cats RescueSunday, August 14th, 2022 at 9:00pm
Five year old Gracie ended up in the Trenton shelter the second week of May when her owner could no longer care for her. Everyone of our volunteers who has meet Gracie instantly falls in love with her.
Gracie is a big immensely lovable kitty. She is a soft snuggly cuddly sweet cat who will be a great friend to anyone looking for a low-key kitty. She is the most amazing girl. The minute anyone walks into a room or pays attention to her, she gets the kitty happies and rolls around hoping a person will pet her. The resident cat in her foster home pretty much ignores her, Gracie is okay with that and reacted quite well to him, so she would do fine with another low key kitty. You really have to meet this doll of a cat to see how wonderful she is, whoever ends up adopting her is going to be a very lucky owner.
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Trenton Cats RescueSunday, August 14th, 2022 at 4:55pm
If Wiley Coyote looks a little sad, that's because he is a little sad. He was found outside a few weeks ago looking a little rough (he's starting to look pretty good now that he's been in the shelter and being well cared for). We think he is around two and he's another nice kitty who obviously had a home and for some reason was outside trying to fend for himself on the street in Trenton. You know what would cheer him up ? Of course you do, a new forever home and someone who will love him. He's been to several adoption events at the Petsmart in Fairless Hills and was also hoping that someone nice was going to adopt him at the adoption event at the Shelter on the 30th, and no luck. He asked us to tell everyone he won't look so sad once he has a forever home. He's been in the shelter for over a month and wants to know why no one has adopted him.
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Trenton Cats RescueSunday, August 14th, 2022 at 1:19pm
Cayman and his sister Carrera are two long-haired beauties. They're about 3 years old and both are sweet, friendly easy-going cats. We feel they are bonded and we'd really like them to be adopted together. We know someone out there is going to want to adopt these two fluffy furry friendly felines !!!
We know we have some long haired kitty lovers out there.
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Trenton Cats RescueSaturday, August 13th, 2022 at 11:15pm
Showa is the sweetest, gentlest, most affectionate boy, but he can’t believe his bad luck. He just turned one year old and finds himself looking once again for his forever family. Showa was adopted with his brother when he was four months old, but somehow he got out and found himself all alone in Mercer County Park. A wonderful rescuer found him and contacted his family, but sadly they said that they didn’t want him anymore. We say that their loss is someone else’s gain because Showa is just a wonderful cat who will spend the rest of his life making his people happy. He’s always looking for a lap to sit on or toys to play with, and rewards his foster family with gentle purrs and lots of love. Showa enjoys the company of both cats and dogs,. He's back in his foster home and is busy playing with the resident kitties and resident small dog. We want to get this one year old boy the awesome home he deserves to have with people who will love him forever.