Adorable Adoptables from the Monmouth County SPCA

Little MurrayHi, friends! My name is Little Murray, which is kinda funny because I’m not so little anymore! I was found as a stray when I was a tiny little kitten and now, I’m an extremely handsome fluffball! (That’s what my human friends tell me. They also tell me that I look like a Norwegian Forrest Cat)!

I am about 8 months young as of the start of 2017! So, I’ll probably get even a little bigger lol! I am a little shy with new humans at first, but not at all with cats! I LOVE other kitty cats and would be beyond thrilled to live with some in my forever home. I LOVE to play so nothing would make me happier than to live with some fun-loving playful kitty cats like myself!! I love to play with toys and with my furry friends.

I am an energetic and active boy-I love to climb up to high perches and run around jumping all over the place. I’ll keep you entertained for hours!!!!! So, if you are looking for an absolutely stunning and fun cat, pick me!

Clementine and CloverWho’s looking for a special pair of cats with a really cool story? Please meet Clementine and Clover, 2 beautiful sweethearts. Clementine is the orange tiger and is approximately 1 year young. Clover is the brown tiger and is approximately 2 years young. Both kitties came to the MCSPCA after being found as strays by a wonderful local cat rescue group.

Clover was believed to have been a pet at one time. She was not afraid of people when she was rescued with her 5 kittens. She had placed them under a dryer vent to help keep them warm. All her kittens were healthy and sweet and were quickly adopted. However, once they were weaned, another litter of orphaned kittens were found outside. Clover happily stepped in as their surrogate mom! Once they were adopted, Clover was spayed and is now ready to find her own, and well-deserved, home.

In the meantime, Clementine was busy with her own feline family. Clementine was born outside in a feral cat colony. She was being fed, but no one was neutering the cats, so the colony kept growing. Luckily, this same wonderful local cat rescue group stepped in to help. Clementine had 3 kittens with her at the time she was rescued. They were all quickly adopted. Because Clementine was born outside, her rescuer thought she would not be friendly and would be happier living outside. So, Clementine was eartipped and prepped to return back outside to her feral cat colony.

But, Clementine decided that wasn’t the life she wanted anymore. She started meowing in her cage as if to say “take me home!” Clementine was lucky enough to end up in the same foster home as Clover. The girls became fast friends and Clementine took Clover’s lead and began to warm up to people and love all the wonderful things house cat life has to offer!!
Now, Clementine and Clover are very bonded. Between the 2 of them, 11 healthy kittens were raised and adopted. Now it’s their turn to find their own forever home together!

Please contact the Monmouth County SPCA for more information at 732-542-5962. Inquiries can also be sent to