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Maine Coon cats are known as “Dogs of the Cat World” because of their social, people-oriented personalities. Maine Coons like to be near people, retaining their playful personalities long into adulthood. Known for their long fluffy coats, big paws, ear tufts and “eyeliner-lined eyes,” Maine Coons enjoy petting and are wonderful “companion cats.” Maine Coon Adoptions (MCA) rescues Maine Coon mixes from shelters and the streets; we rescue short and medium haired kitties as well. MCA has a particular passion for older and special needs cats, and 25% of the cats that we rescue are older and special needs.  

They are “companion cats,” wanting to be in proximity to their family. Maine Coon Adoptions is an all-volunteer cat rescue organization. Our volunteer "Kitty Cuddlers" help to socialize our shyer cats by holding, petting and playing with them. We also rescue short and medium haired kitties. Please visit our website, MaineCoonAdoptions.com, for more information on becoming a Kitty Cuddler, fostering a cat, helping at our Adoption Fairs, and other volunteer opportunities.

 All of our rescued cats are fostered in the homes of our volunteers, where the cats are cared for while waiting to be adopted. We train our fosters to provide for the kitty not only physically, making certain that the kitty is healthy, but our fosters attend to their emotional needs, recognizing that many rescue animals are stressed, depressed or struggling from being in a shelter or on the street. Foster kitties begin to blossom in their foster homes and our volunteers get to know our foster cats very well.  Check out our Facebook page: facebook.com/MaineCoonAdoptions.  Learn more at MaineCoonAdoptions.com

Maine Coon Adoptions is located at

2527 Carmel St, Oakland, CA 94602

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MaineCoonAdoptions/

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This Week's Adoptable Pets

Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA: Ralphie

Ralphie is a small, 2 year-old, spayed female tortoiseshell cat. She is a very adorable little girl who likes to take her time to get to know new people, but once she is comfortable, she will be your best friend! She loves to ask for attention and pets. She also can be very active at times and...

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Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA: Nina

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Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA: Twinkie

Twinkie is an 11 year old, senior male Shih Tzu. If you are looking for an adventure buddy, Twinkie is the guy for you as he loves to run and explore the world to discover new things. Not only does he love to explore, but he also loves a good snuggle and pets as well. He just can’t get enough of...

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Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA: Millie

Millie is a 7-year-old, female Chihuahua mix. Weighing just 5 lbs, she is a small girl with a big personality. She is a super sweet, little love bug who loves nothing more than to be held and be pet. After coming to PHS after being hit by a car, she has recovered well and has become an excellent...

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Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA: Blueberry

Blueberry is a large, 7-month-old long haired, gray female cat. She is a very shy girl who takes a bit to warm up to you, however, once she does, you won’t be able to get her out of your lap. She adores pets more than anything but also loves a good toy. She is a very sweet, loving and timid girl...

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