We get lots of cat visitors. Some are neighbors’ cats, some are dumped or abandoned, some are true ferals. All are welcome here year around as we try to make their lives a little less hard and uncertain. Food is left out during daytime hours, water is available 24/7, and two dedicated feral shelters, heated and filled with straw, provide shelter from our cold, wet, and windy winter weather.
If you wish to help provide food and care, our visitors would greatly appreciate it. Please consider donating by clicking on the donate button located at the bottom of the far right sidebar. And thank you!
Sweet Teese, abandoned cat looking for a home – © Colehauscats.com
Unnamed mystery cat (not Mac) – © Colehauscats.com
Mac, a true feral – © Colehauscats.com
Pierre, a neighborhood cat – © Colehauscats.com
B/P, a neighbor’s cat – © Colehauscats.com
Unnamed mystery cat, last seen 2016 – © Colehauscats.com
Marnie, last seen 2016 – © Colehauscats.com
Scruffy, a neighborhood cat since 2004 – © Colehauscats.com
Chunky – 2017 © Colehauscats.com
Z, a neighbor’s cat and sometimes wanderer – © Colehauscats.com
Reenie, moved away 2016 – © Colehauscats.com
Gigi, last seen 2016 © Colehauscats.com
Neighborhood cat Cocoa – © Colehauscats.com
Visiting neighbor cat Mustacheo, last seen spring 2016 © Colehauscats.com
Groucho, moved away 2015 – © Colehauscats.com
Neighbor cat W and his personal water fountain – 2015 © Colehauscats.com
MoMo, moved away 2016 © Colehauscats.com
Tough Boy a.k.a. Toughie, last seen 2016 © Colehauscats.com
Churchill (Church), last seen 2016 © Colehaus Cats
Timid Calico, last seen 2011. © Colehaus Cats.
Limpy, neighborhood cat (OtRB 2008). © Colehaus Cats.
Geoffrey, a feral who visited every day (OtRB 2013). © Colehaus Cats.
Cinnamon, last seen 2004. © Colehaus Cats