Become a virtual adopter
Landlord doesn’t allow pets or you already have several of your own? You can still help out by virtually adopting a Love A Cat Charity cat! For $5.00 a month you become a cat’s sponsor, ensuring it’s health, safety and comfort, while we provide the daily love and care.
Virtual adopters are welcome to call or email anytime for information on how their adopted cat is doing. In addition, we hold an Adopters’ Open House during the summer, where virtual adopters can visit, pet and get to know their sponsored cat.
Sponsor one or as many as you want! And, if a cat you sponsor is lucky enough to find a new home, your sponsorship can be transferred to any other cat of your choice.
“Zander” is a beautiful, large “in your face” kitty. He came to our door testing positive for FELV and, since he was just a baby, it was likely that he may only have had his mom’s antibodies showing up in his blood. Just in case, we raised Ari and his brother, who was also FELV positive, separately from other kittens for a few months. When retested, this personable fellow was indeed FELV negative but already used to the special attention that he now expects.
Ann and her brother Dan were older kittens who were found by a cat lover. Pretty Ann is fearful of humans but loves other kitties. She is a healthy and sturdy girl who can be found taking naps on the cat tree.
“Ari” is a playful fellow who loves people. He came to our door testing positive for FELV and, since he was just a baby, it was likely that he may only have had his mom’s antibodies showing up in his blood. Just in case, we raised Ari and his brother, who was also FELV positive, separately from other kittens for a few months. When retested, this personable fellow was indeed FELV negative but already used to the special attention that he now expects
Bendi was found near the Airport trying to eat out of the trash cans. She was named for the bright orange “bendi” marking on her forehead, like a proper Indian lady.
We met Buddy at a spay/neuter clinic. The feral caretaker in front of us told us that he trapped this kitten but was reluctant to return it back to the feral colony. It’s back half wasn’t working too well as it seemed to have met with some traumatic accident. The vet said he still had feeling in his back half and might recover some movement. We agreed to bring little Buddy to the Charity and exercise him. He now walks with almost perfect movement.
Buffy is the smallest of her crew and her grey/green eyes will charm you every time. She likes people and (when she’s not playing) wants to check to see what you are doing. She will rub on your hand, on you elbow or on your leg. Her soft sweet “mew” will let you know she wants you.
Chanel is from a litter of three that was turned into a vet for help because they were found with no mama. Chanel’s beautiful medium fur and good size build suggest that her parents had Main Coon ancestors. Chanel has a unique personality. She accepts human pets and sometimes a hug, but will act offended if she doesn’t want your admiration at the moment. She is greatly loved.
Chocolate is a friendly feral who showed up in one of our colonies. She may have been lost or dropped off by a human. Chocolate is a happy girl who enjoys being with other cats
This beautiful cat was brought to us from a nearby mall by the caretakers there. She had an infection and was unable to heal in the colony. She has since healed and plays in our kitchen with her best friend, Plumeria.
Clark is a “relaxo cat” who trusts and then trusts some more. He is loving and calm. He’s never been heard to meow in protest or to act unsatisfied. He loves to nap with one of the oldest kitties here, Millie, who has problems remembering. She seems to love Clark’s calming presence.
Curry is one of the sweet triplet orange boys born to Mother Sunflower who was a feral cat. Sunflower trusted the nice lady feeing her so much that when she was ready to give birth, she walked into the lady’s house and had 5 kittens on her bed.
Diamond Jack was the “leader” in a group of four kittens born at Honolulu Towing. These good people called us to fix the mom and an older kitten and take the babies. They said the last litter were all killed on the nearby road and they don’t want that for the babies. The babies had been handled by the employees so were VERY friendly. Diamond Jack loves to be carried around and loved on. Laps are such a pleasure for him.
Dior is from a litter of three that was turned into a vet for help because they were found with no mama. Pretty Dior is mild mannered and one of the sweetest cats at Love A Cat Charity. She loves people without being pushy.
Dolly came to Love A Cat Charity with her brother. They were older kittens who needed care. While her brother loves everyone, Dolly is a bit less trusting of new people. She is soft and sweet and will work for kitty crackers.
DQ and her 4 siblings were found on someone’s lanai while they were cleaning. It’s unknown how long they were living there, and when they were brought to Love A Cat Charity, they had no problem fitting in. DQ, short for “Dairy Queen”, is a true sweetie.
Eleanor (“Eli”) came to us from a vet’s office, along with 2 of her brothers. Eli has become a very sweet lap love and adores to nap with anyone who comes to the couch – canine, feline or human. You haven’t napped until you’ve napped with sweet Eli on your lap.
Jack’s mom was an unfriendly feral who was brought to Love A Cat Charity pregnant. As soon as Jack could see, he began making his way toward the humans, against his mom’s advice. He could never understand his mom’s fear of these nice people who hugged and fed him.
Lau Lau and his 4 siblings were 5 months old when they were trapped on the Punahou campus. They were brought to Love A Cat Charity to be raised and to wait for new homes. Lau Lau is a large confident and alert kitten.
Lilac was found one rainy night as a small kitten in a cat carrier which had been thrown into a dumpster. The hate that caused this horrible thing brought Lilac to the attention of a lady who ran a plant shop, for she used the same dumpster. The plant lady rescued the kitten, found our website and brought Lilac to Love A Cat Charity. Lilac loves her new humans and also dogs, but she is very frightened of strangers.
Little John showed up one day in a colony of fixed ferals. He walked right up and started rubbing on humans. He was much too small to be out in a feral colony so we brought him to Love A Cat Charity to live in the indoor-outdoor fenced area. ate that caused this horrible thing brought Lilac to the attention of a lady who ran a plant shop, for she used the same dumpster. The plant lady rescued the kitten, found our website and brought Lilac to Love A Cat Charity. Lilac loves her new humans and also dogs, but she is very frightened of strangers.
Louise is a beautiful calico who loves to follow someone around until they notice her and then she is delighted to see a hand coming her way.
Magic was trapped at the Airport colony to be neutered. We took him back to the colony to be released, but when we held the trap door open, cuddled against our hands and refused to go. Magic would make a wonderful lap cat.
Tiny and sick, Mariposa was trapped accidentally with her mom while helping a feeder say/neuter in the Kailua Quarry. Mariposa is now older and very healthy. Although quick movements and new people sometimes frighten her, she is exceptionally sweet when she gets to know you. She adores lap sitting.
Mazzie was found as a newborn kitten, alone in someone’s yard. She was fostered by Aurora, a feral who had four week old kittens. Mazzie has grown into a beautiful medium haired sweetheart with a fluffy tail and lovely Abyssinian fur. Her mild temperament makes her popular with other cats. She prefers to eat on a high spot.
Melanie was part of a fluffy litter found outside someone’s condo. Melanie loves a lap and someone to talk to. She loves to nip at fingers if they aren’t petting her just right.
Mickey D was born here at the Charity after his mother, an unfriendly feral, was brought here pregnant. Mickey D is one of the world’s mildest mannered cats. In his mind there is no reason to get upset or excited. He knows it will all turn out well. He relaxes every chance he gets and loves to snuggle with a human or another cat.
Misty was turned into the vet by someone who could not keep her. Misty has a delightful personality and is a very tiny cat – she weighs only 4 pounds!
Musubi is such a sweet boy. He was born of a somewhat feral mom at Mayor Wright housing library. There was a hole in the screen and Musubi’s inventive mama trusted humans enough to feel safe at the library. She had her kittens there and we were called when the babies started running about.
“Sissy” was the only girl in a litter of five kittens who were turned in by a feeder at a small mall where we had just finished spaying and neutering. Sissy is a sweet orange tabby who spends a lot of time trying to read the faces of her humans.
P.C. was 10 months old when he was found on a concrete median in the middle of a 6 lane highway. He was covered in car grease and too frightened to move. It’s unknown whether he escaped from a car engine or rolled under cars in traffic or what. PC loves people and has turned into a soft, sweet lap cat.
Penny is a brave little kitten who stood her ground with no fear the first time she met our terrier. She is fast and LOVES to run and play. She likes being held (for short periods of time) in the bottom of your t-shirt as you walk around. She LOVES to steal human food. This kitten has personality!
Plato is curious and slightly clumsy. He is often wet because he slips off the counter’s edge and falls into the water bowl (the same water bowl over and over again). It seems that Plato is not so wise. He is however, sweet and so soft. His beautiful coal black fur just shines from the good diet he eats.
Poi Boy and his 4 siblings were 5 months old when they were trapped on the Punahou campus. They were brought to Love A Cat Charity to be raised and to wait for new homes. Poi Boy was the largest of the kittens. He has a white tip on his tail, which he proudly holds high as he walks
Puka was rescued by kind visitors from the mainland when they heard his cries after he’d fallen through a drain grating. They were able to find a rope and loop it around Puka to save his life. Puka loves people and purrs often but is afraid of being lifted up.
Ranger Dave was trapped, to be neutered, in our colony but it turned out he was a super friendly fellow that someone no longer wanted (per the HHS). Friendly ones don’t do well in feral colonies so Ranger Dave came home to live in our cat-fenced-in back yard.
Ray is a little ray of sunshine. He purrs, trills and rubs as he just LOVES people. At dinner time Ray-Ray can be seen racing around the chopping island in the kitchen. He likes to take a couple of laps before eating.
Scarlett is the bold one in a fluffy litter found outside someone’s condo. To be happy in life, she only needs a lap and someone to pet and feed her. She loves to nip at fingers if they aren’t petting her just right.
Scotty was one of three boy kittens born by Cesarian section when his mama was having trboule giving birth. Scotty loves to lie in the sunshine, showing off his pretty orange and white coat
“Mother of the Year, 2017” overcame her fear of people to let one kind gentleman bring her (pregnant) to us. This gentleman knew she was escaping potential cruelty from a cat-hating neighbor who had killed previously. She had six beautiful babies who are healthy and strong.
Soba and her family were rescued from Mayor Wright Housing. Soba was born very healthy and remains so today. Although on the smaller side, she has a very healthy appetite. Soba has a loud purr and loves to look deeply into your eyes.
“Socs” is a sweety and the largest of a litter found behind a beauty salon in Pearl City. Socrates is “in charge” of the kitchen floor if anything is going on at the sink or stove. He stretches out to his full length and makes himself quite comfortable while everyone else has to walk around him.
Sofie was a small kitten when showed up one day in a feral colony. It was apparent that she needed care for her eye. Although she’d eat daily, she wouldn’t come near the traps. After much coaxing, we were finally able to trap her and take her to the vet. Unfortunately, it was too late and her eye could not be saved. Instead of returning a one-eyed kitten to the colony, she remains here at Love A Cat Charity. Sofie is very relaxed and comfortable with older cats and loves rolling over and over on her back
This “relax kitten” was born in a group of four kittens at Honolulu Towing. These good people called us to fix the mom and an older kitten and take the babies. They said the last litter were all killed(except one) on the nearby road and they don’t want that for the tiny babies. The babies had been handled by the employees so were VERY friendly. Spades doesn’t rush for any reason. He moves slowly and usually toward whatever person is in the room. Laps and pets are such a pleasure for him.
Stella was the only girl in a litter of four. She was tiny when she, her siblings and her mother were brought to Love A Cat Charity. She was the “calm presence” with her brothers, who have been adopted. Stella is so loving with those who care to take the time.
Thelma is a beautiful calico who is on the smaller side, but she loves her kibble and promises to fatten up as she ages. Her bird-like call of joy can often be heard if she thinks someone might pet her or pick her up.
Tinkerbell was rescued after having been thrown roughly out of a car and left to suffer in a parking lot. One of her eyes and a section of her tiny kitten face was hurt badly, but after medical care and time her scars are hardly noticeable. She loves to snuggle closely with people when she sleeps and runs and jumps to the highest places she can find when she’s awake.
Tulip is a beautiful, slender, mostly white kitty. She was part of a litter of three that was found by a hospice nurse who heard crying coming from a dumpster. When she gave us the babies, the nurse explained that it wasn’t in her nature to ignore cries for help, so she jumped into the dumpster and rescued the kittens.
Wendy was born here at the Charity when her mother, an unfriendly feral, was brought here pregnant. Wendy is a small female with beautiful grey fur that seems to be streaked with light (like her personality). She is very curious and loves to chase plastic balls. She has made best friends with Rosie and can be found napping with her.
Willy is so friendly he must have had human friends at some time. He found his way to one of our feeding spots near the airport and it was so obvious that he did not belong. Since there is fast car racing near that area, the friendly, laid back kitties don’t make it. So Willy now lives in Love A Cat Charity’s fenced area.