These cute cats are waiting for you to adopt them

Say hello to Houston, a 2-year-old girl who was rescued from the streets of D.C. Now that she’s safe at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and knows where her next meal is coming from, Houston has discovered that she quite likes attention. She’d love a home with a human companion and room to play. Are you the one for her? Meet her today and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Say hello to Houston, a 2-year-old girl who was rescued from the streets of D.C. Now that she’s safe at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and knows where her next meal is coming from, Houston has discovered that she quite likes attention. She’d love a home with a human companion and room to play. Are you the one for her? Meet her and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Wisteria is a beautiful 4-year-old with looks and personality. She found herself at the Humane Rescue Alliance because the building where she lived with a human companion didn’t allow pets. Wisteria is mellow, playful, and loves attention and petting. She’s looking for a home where she can be someone’s “one and only.” In return, she promises a lifetime of love! Stop by the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center and see if Wisteria is the wonderful companion you’ve been looking for. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Wisteria is a beautiful 4-year-old with looks and personality. She found herself at the Humane Rescue Alliance because the building where she lived with a human companion didn’t allow pets. Wisteria is mellow, playful and loves attention and petting. She’s looking for a home where she can be someone’s “one and only.” In return, she promises a lifetime of love! Stop by the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center and see if Wisteria is the wonderful companion you’ve been looking for. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Betty is a lovely, senior whose owners are moving and can't take her along. Although she’s feeling a bit down right now, Betty is definitely a party girl at heart. Give her a pencil, some string, or a piece of paper and she will entertain herself enthusiastically. Betty is a little shy in strange surroundings but if you give her a little time, she’ll warm up and solicit the attention she loves. And she might just be the perfect feline friend for you! Stop by the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Betty is a lovely senior whose owners are moving and can’t take her along. Although she’s feeling a bit down right now, Betty is definitely a party girl at heart. Give her a pencil, some string, or a piece of paper and she will entertain herself enthusiastically. Betty is a little shy in strange surroundings but if you give her a little time, she’ll warm up and solicit the attention she loves. And she might just be the perfect feline friend for you! Stop by the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Django is a handsome 3-year-old male cat who was originally purchased as a kitten from a pet store. His owners recently decided that they had neither the space nor the time for him so he found himself at the Humane Rescue Alliance. Django is understandably unnerved by his change in circumstances and is looking for a quiet, adult home where he will be loved and pampered. Could that be yours? Meet Django at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Django is a handsome 3-year-old male cat who was originally purchased as a kitten from a pet store. His owners recently decided that they had neither the space nor the time for him so he found himself at the Humane Rescue Alliance. Django is understandably unnerved by his change in circumstances and is looking for a quiet, adult home where he will be loved and pampered. Could that be yours? Meet Django at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Slater is a beautiful grey tabby who was wandering around alone until he was rescued and taken to the Humane Rescue Alliance. At 3 years old, Slater is a wonderful age for adoption: past the mischievous kitten stage but still young and playful, with many years of fun and friendship to give in return for a home to call his own. Slater is still getting used to life in new surroundings and can initially be shy and timid, but who wouldn't be after life in the streets. So when you stop by the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center to meet him, give him a little time to warm up and feel comfortable. You’ll be glad you did. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Slater is a beautiful grey tabby who was wandering around alone until he was rescued and taken to the Humane Rescue Alliance. At 3 years old, Slater is at a wonderful age for adoption: past the mischievous kitten stage but still young and playful, with many years of fun and friendship to give in return for a home to call his own. Slater is still getting used to life in new surroundings and can initially be shy and timid, but who wouldn’t be after life in the streets? So when you stop by the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center to meet him, give him a little time to warm up and feel comfortable. You’ll be glad you did. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
It’s been a stressful few weeks for Harriet. After receiving reports of a cat in distress, an animal control officer with the Humane Rescue Alliance was able to rescue Harriet from an apartment basement in Northwest DC where she had gotten caught in a crevice between the building’s wall and basement floor. Now this social 2-year-old girl is looking to put all that drama behind her and find a loving home of her own. She’s waiting for you at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
It’s been a stressful few weeks for Harriet. After receiving reports of a cat in distress, an animal control officer with the Humane Rescue Alliance was able to rescue Harriet from an apartment basement in Northwest D.C. where she had gotten caught in a crevice between the building’s wall and basement floor. Now this social 2-year-old girl is looking to put all that drama behind her and find a loving home of her own. She’s waiting for you at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Meet 5-year-old Rodger! This poor guy is looking for a new home for the second time through no fault of his own. He's a big boy, weighing in at a whopping 17 pounds—that’s bigger than some dogs! Rodger just wants a loving home and a person to hang out with. Is that you? Meet him at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Meet 5-year-old Rodger! This poor guy is looking for a new home for the second time through no fault of his own. He’s a big boy, weighing in at a whopping 17 pounds — that’s bigger than some dogs! Rodger just wants a loving home and a person to hang out with. Is that you? Meet him at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Just one look at this pretty girl’s face and you’ll know why she’s named Angel. But this 5-year-old calico is more than just a pretty face. She’s a friendly girl who loves attention!  Angel found herself at the Humane Rescue Alliance when her owner could no longer care for her. She’s currently waiting at the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center for her own guardian angel to come and take her home. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Just one look at this pretty girl’s face and you’ll know why she’s named Angel. But this 5-year-old calico is more than just a pretty face. She’s a friendly girl who loves attention! Angel found herself at the Humane Rescue Alliance when her owner could no longer care for her. She’s currently waiting at the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center for her own guardian angel to come and take her home. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Amarillo is a 1-year-old petite orange tabby found wandering around an apartment building, perhaps looking—unsuccessfully—for a home. Fortunately, some kind people rescued her and brought her to the Humane Rescue Alliance, where she’s waiting patiently for the home she’s never had. Despite her time on the streets, Amarillo is friendly and easy to handle. Stop by the New York Avenue Adoption Center today and meet her. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Amarillo is a 1-year-old petite orange tabby found wandering around an apartment building, perhaps looking — unsuccessfully — for a home. Fortunately, some kind people rescued her and brought her to the Humane Rescue Alliance, where she’s waiting patiently for the home she’s never had. Despite her time on the streets, Amarillo is friendly and easy to handle. Stop by the New York Avenue Adoption Center today and meet her. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Fennic is like a late night comedian: funny, sometimes annoying, and often outrageous. Rescued from the city streets, this 3-year-old boy is adventurous, full of confidence, and curious about everything around him. He also loves to play…with anything within his reach. Now all he needs is a chill human companion with a sense of humor to share in life’s adventures. Could that be you? Stop by the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center and find out. And don’t forget to bring a toy. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Fennic is like a late-night comedian: funny, sometimes annoying, and often outrageous. Rescued from the city streets, this 3-year-old boy is adventurous, full of confidence, and curious about everything around him. He also loves to play … with anything within his reach. Now all he needs is a chill human companion with a sense of humor to share in life’s adventures. Could that be you? Stop by the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center and find out. And don’t forget to bring a toy. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
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Say hello to Houston, a 2-year-old girl who was rescued from the streets of D.C. Now that she’s safe at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and knows where her next meal is coming from, Houston has discovered that she quite likes attention. She’d love a home with a human companion and room to play. Are you the one for her? Meet her today and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Wisteria is a beautiful 4-year-old with looks and personality. She found herself at the Humane Rescue Alliance because the building where she lived with a human companion didn’t allow pets. Wisteria is mellow, playful, and loves attention and petting. She’s looking for a home where she can be someone’s “one and only.” In return, she promises a lifetime of love! Stop by the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center and see if Wisteria is the wonderful companion you’ve been looking for. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Betty is a lovely, senior whose owners are moving and can't take her along. Although she’s feeling a bit down right now, Betty is definitely a party girl at heart. Give her a pencil, some string, or a piece of paper and she will entertain herself enthusiastically. Betty is a little shy in strange surroundings but if you give her a little time, she’ll warm up and solicit the attention she loves. And she might just be the perfect feline friend for you! Stop by the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Django is a handsome 3-year-old male cat who was originally purchased as a kitten from a pet store. His owners recently decided that they had neither the space nor the time for him so he found himself at the Humane Rescue Alliance. Django is understandably unnerved by his change in circumstances and is looking for a quiet, adult home where he will be loved and pampered. Could that be yours? Meet Django at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Slater is a beautiful grey tabby who was wandering around alone until he was rescued and taken to the Humane Rescue Alliance. At 3 years old, Slater is a wonderful age for adoption: past the mischievous kitten stage but still young and playful, with many years of fun and friendship to give in return for a home to call his own. Slater is still getting used to life in new surroundings and can initially be shy and timid, but who wouldn't be after life in the streets. So when you stop by the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center to meet him, give him a little time to warm up and feel comfortable. You’ll be glad you did. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
It’s been a stressful few weeks for Harriet. After receiving reports of a cat in distress, an animal control officer with the Humane Rescue Alliance was able to rescue Harriet from an apartment basement in Northwest DC where she had gotten caught in a crevice between the building’s wall and basement floor. Now this social 2-year-old girl is looking to put all that drama behind her and find a loving home of her own. She’s waiting for you at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Meet 5-year-old Rodger! This poor guy is looking for a new home for the second time through no fault of his own. He's a big boy, weighing in at a whopping 17 pounds—that’s bigger than some dogs! Rodger just wants a loving home and a person to hang out with. Is that you? Meet him at the HRA Oglethorpe Street Adoption Center and find out. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Just one look at this pretty girl’s face and you’ll know why she’s named Angel. But this 5-year-old calico is more than just a pretty face. She’s a friendly girl who loves attention!  Angel found herself at the Humane Rescue Alliance when her owner could no longer care for her. She’s currently waiting at the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center for her own guardian angel to come and take her home. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Amarillo is a 1-year-old petite orange tabby found wandering around an apartment building, perhaps looking—unsuccessfully—for a home. Fortunately, some kind people rescued her and brought her to the Humane Rescue Alliance, where she’s waiting patiently for the home she’s never had. Despite her time on the streets, Amarillo is friendly and easy to handle. Stop by the New York Avenue Adoption Center today and meet her. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Fennic is like a late night comedian: funny, sometimes annoying, and often outrageous. Rescued from the city streets, this 3-year-old boy is adventurous, full of confidence, and curious about everything around him. He also loves to play…with anything within his reach. Now all he needs is a chill human companion with a sense of humor to share in life’s adventures. Could that be you? Stop by the HRA New York Avenue Adoption Center and find out. And don’t forget to bring a toy. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)

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