We typically have around 8 cats at a time. They come from a variety of partnering rescues. They are all spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and tested negative for FIV and FeLV. Although we average about 2 adoptions per week, we are not an adoption agency, nor do we control the adoption process. For more information on how adoptions work, please see our page on the adoption process.

The Cafe Cats

Dinah (2 year old female); from Life Is Better; adoption fee $75

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Arrived Nov. 28

Dinah is a beautiful, sweet, affectionate, but somewhat shy kitty who came to Life is Better from a rural shelter in Oklahoma, seeking a better shot at adoption. She loves her chin scratches and lazing around in a cat bed.

 

 

 

 

 

Griswold (6 month old male); from Life Is Better; adoption fee $125

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Arrived Dec. 2

Griswold is a cuddly, playful, striking young cat with huge green eyes and whorls of tabby markings on his sides. He came here from a rural shelter in Oklahoma, hoping for better adoption opportunities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beignet (6 month old male); from Life is Better Rescue; adoption fee $125

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Arrived Nov. 28

Beignet is a super outgoing, friendly, social, and playful kitty with a beautiful coat and a personality to match. He came to Denver from a rural shelter in Louisiana, seeking better adoption luck.

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Caley (10 month old female); from Life Is Better; adoption fee $100

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Arrived Nov. 28

Caley is a super sweet cat who came to Denver from a rural shelter in Louisiana, hoping for better adoption luck. She is very mellow and a little shy at first, but friendly and loves people. She has lovely tabby markings with shades of orange, and huge green eyes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rita (3.5 month old female); from Life is Better; adoption fee $125

 

 

Arrived Dec. 2

Rita was transferred to Life is Better rescue from a shelter in Louisiana. She is a very social, human-loving, playful kitten who also loves to talk. She's been in foster with other cats and dogs and did great.

 

 

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Magic (5 month old male); from Life is Better Rescue; adoption fee $125

 

 

Arrived Nov. 21

Magic is a cute tabby kitten who takes a bit to get used to new surroundings but once he adjusts, he’s very friendly and playful. He came to Denver from a shelter in Louisiana that needed the space to house cats who lost their homes during recent flooding.

 

 

 

 

Shiloh (2 year old male); from Adams County Shelter; adoption fee $50

 

Arrived Nov. 2

Shiloh is a special boy who was adopted as a kitten but returned to the shelter as an adult through no fault of his own. He then got adopted again and returned again! This sweet, bold, friendly boy is super outgoing, friendly, and fearless, and would make a wonderful companion cat. Expect to find him sprawled out in the middle of the cafe for maximum pets and customer interaction!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Noodles (2 year old female); from Adams County Animal Shelter; Adoption Fee $50

 

 

Arrived Sept. 20

Noodles is a sweet, gentle creature with the shiniest black coat and the biggest green eyes. She is very affectionate, loves to nap, and absolutely adores her treats!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jerry (7 year old male); from Adams County Shelter; adoption fee $50

 

Arrived Nov. 22

Jerry is brother to Tommy (below). He is the skinnier and more active of the two. Both cats are very comfortable with people, dogs, other cats, and kids, and all-around easy-going and friendly creatures. Even at 7 years old, Jerry is a playful cat who will chase a laser dot all over the place! They were relinquished to the shelter after their family, who had had them since they were kittens, had housing issues. They can be adopted separately or together. They are both front declawed.

 

 

Tommy (7 year old male); from Adams County Shelter; adoption fee $50

 

 

Arrived Nov. 22

Tommy is brother to Jerry (above). He is the fatter and less active of the two. Both cats are very comfortable with people, dogs, other cats, and kids, and all-around easy-going and friendly creatures. They were relinquished to the shelter after their family, who had had them since they were kittens, had housing issues. They can be adopted separately or together. They are both front declawed.

 

 

Catmint (2 year old female); from Adams County Shelter; adoption fee $100

 

 

 

Arrived Nov. 2

Catmint is an adorable, beautiful long-haired kitty who was found as a stray. She is super friendly and sweet and loves attention, but is also very cat-like and regal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gallery of past residents

198 adoptions (and counting!)