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Adopt Bindi (Courtesy Post)

Female Adult Domestic Short Hair

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The Dancing Cat

About Bindi (Courtesy Post)

Bindi is a sweet girl who was rescued with her sisters from under a freeway overpass. They were most likely abandoned there. Bindi loves to be pet and play with toys. She's a very laid back kind of gal that would do well in a quiet home with someone that will give her a lot of love. Bindi is shy around new people at first, but once she's comfortable and settled in she's a real love bug. She would do best with someone who is experienced with cats. Bindi gets along with other cats but would do fine as an only cat as well. Bindi has a beautiful gray marble tabby and white coat, and will make a great friend! Bindi is spayed, vaccinated, dewormed, defleaed, and microchipped. This cat is being cared for by a member of the community.  To arrange to meet this cat or find out more, email us at  

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Bindi (Courtesy Post)
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
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Havana (Courtesy Post)

Russian Blue

Havana is a very sweet senior male Russian Blue mix. He is a stray being cared for by neighbors in a residential neighborhood in Martin... show more

Havana is a very sweet senior male Russian Blue mix. He is a stray being cared for by neighbors in a residential neighborhood in Martinez. He's calm, talkative, and very friendly. He stays by his human's side for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. He doesn't stray far and it is always easy to find him. No one knows his history. People say he has been around for a long time with no home. Neighbors who know him and feed him would like to see him find a forever home where he can live out his senior years. Havana might prefer to be an only pet. A few families who take care of him have other cats, and Havana hasn't been able to join the pack. They also don't believe he would enjoy dogs, though he has no known experience with this. The desire for Havana to be an only pet in his retirement is the main reason why they are helping him find a new forever home, indoors only. Over a year ago, Havana went to the veterinarian after a fight with another neighborhood cat, and after that he lived indoors to heal. He loved it! He used his litter box with no problem.  He is looking for an indoor-only retirement, perhaps with the option to enjoy a catio, backpack, or walks on a leash (you'll have to ask him what he thinks!)  Havana is not owned by The Dancing Cat. To arrange to meet him or find out more, email us at show less