Pet of the Week

Welcome to our Pet of the Week page! Once a week we will update this page with the newest featured kitty and we will keep all the previous Pets of the Week that have yet to be adopted on this page as well.

All of the cats on this page have been spayed or neutered. They have also been blood tested for both Feline AIDS and Feline Leukemia, vaccinated for distemper, rabies, and leukemia and microchipped for identification. The adoption fee is $75.00 and this includes all previous medical care, an ID tag and collar, cardboard cat carrier, and a booklet on proper cat care.

All adoptions are by appointment only so that we may guide you through the process and assist in the selection of the right cat(s) for your family. Please call Marsha at 937-376-5550 to schedule an appointment.

Name:Karen
Gender: Female
Color: Grey
Age: 3 Years
Weight: 8 Pounds
Why She is Special: Karen was a stray in downtown Dayton. She is a very loving lady that dotes on attention from humans. She gets along well with other cats and kittens, plays a lot, and enjoys being petted. If Karen does find her forever home before you get the chance to make her your own, there are plenty of others in need of homes that would be just as great a family member as she would be.

Name: Hansel
Gender: Male
Color: Black
Age: 2 Years
Weight: 8 pounds
Why He is Special: Hansel (and his sister Gretel) were stray kittens in Miamisburg. He was feral when he came to The Tenth Life. With a lot of "TLC", he has become a very typical kitten. He loves to play, eat, and sleep. He now enjoys human contact and could make a great "lap cat" once he is comfortable in his forever home.


Name: Marvin
Gender: Male
Color: Grey & White
Age:   10 Years
Weight: 11 pounds
Why He is Special: Marvin and two companions were surrendered because of health issues in the family. He is a delightful cat that gets along very well with other cats. He truly enjoys human contact and would be a great "lap cat" once he is comfortable in his forever home.


Name:Jeep
Gender: Male
Color: Brown Tiger
Age:  2 Years
Weight: 5 pounds
Why He is Special: Jeep is one of four siblings (two girls and two boys) found in Kettering., He would be a great addition to your family. Jeep is a very typical kitten in that he loves to play, eat, and sleep. He gets along well with other cats and thoroughly enjoys human contact from each person he encounters.

Name: Claire
Gender: Female
Color: White and Gray
Age:  3 years
Weight: 8 pounds
Why She is Special: Claire, and her sister Rachel, were strays in Miamisburg. She is a little shy at first but warms up nicely when she realizes you like her. Otherwise she is a very typical kitten in that she loves to play, eat, and sleep.She gets along well with other cats and is getting better about being comfortable with humans.

Name: Robin
Gender: Female
Color: Black
Age:  7 Years
Weight: 8 pounds
Why She is Special: Robin was a stray in Beavercreek with her sister Pat. She gets along well with other cats and is very comfortable and loving with humans.



Name: Deanna
Gender: Female
Color: Black
Age:  18 months
Weight: 4 pounds
Why She is Special: Deanna was part of an abandoned litter that was brought to The Tenth Life. Deanna, and her twin sister Donna, are very loving kitties who enjoy human contact. They enjoy other cats and thrive on playing with them. Deanna is very tiny and will probably grow up to be a small adult. She would make a great addition to your family.

Name: Radar
Gender: Male
Color: Tiger
Age: 2 years
Weight: 9 pounds
Why He is Special: Radar was a stray in Miamisburg. He was quite shy when he arrived at The Tenth Life. With some TLC, he has become a friendly guy. He gets along well with the other cats in his room. He really enjoys playing chase and wrestling with his roommates. He would be a loving addition to your family.

Name: Peanut
Gender: Male
Color: Brown Tiger
Age: 13 Years
Weight: 12 pounds
Why He is Special: Peanut was a surrendered cat (with his twin sister).He is quite loving and gets along well with the other cats in his room. He is very easy going and enjoys looking out his windows at the passing wildlife. He would be a great lap cat.


Name: Brandt
Gender: Male
Color: Brown/Black Tiger
Age: 2 years
Weight: 6 pounds
Why He is Special: Brandt is very handsome and is quite loving to all who meet him. He came from a home where he was a stray cared for by the residents. He gets along well with the other cats in his room. He would be a great lap cat.


Name:Amy
Gender: Female
Color:Gray
Age: 2 years
Weight: 7 pounds
Why She is Special: Amy was a stray in New Carlisle. She is cute as anything. She came from a home where she was a stray cared for by the elderly residents. She enjoys the company of other cats and adores petting by humans.


Name: Elizabeth
Gender: Female
Color: Black
Age: 2 Years
Weight: 9 pounds
Why She is Special: Elizabeth was part of a colony of cats in Beavercreek. She was feral upon arrival at The Tenth Life, but now really likes attention from anyone who sees her. She gets along well with other kitties and loves to play. Elizabeth has pretty much overcome her shyness which goes with being feral. Elizabeth could be a great addition to your family with a lot of TLC and time.

Name: Tabby
Gender: Male
Color: Black/Silver Tabby
Age: 2 Years
Weight: 8 pounds
Why He is Special: Tabby was part of a colony in Beavercreek. He was a bit shy when he arrived at The Tenth Life, but is now becoming very friendly. He really likes attention from anyone who sees him. He gets along well with other cats and loves to play. Tabby could be a great addition to your family.

Name: Jim, Rick, Todd, and Elvis
Gender: Male
Color: Tigers and Tabby
Age: 6 months
Weight: 2 pounds
Why They are Special: These adorable boys were found in Centerville.. They had no home and were living outside trying to survive. They were a little shy when they arrived, but are quickly warming up to being petted. They have begun purring and rubbing against the hands of the volunteers. They love to wrestle with each other. They will be available after being neutered and completing all vaccinations

Name: Bailey
Gender: Female
Color: Gray tiger stripe
Age: 1-2 years
Weight: 9 pounds
Why She is Special: Bailey and her two kittens were strays in Centerville. She is still very shy because of the change in her environment. She beginning to enjoy attention from those volunteers and staff who attend to her needs. Bailey is showing signs of becoming more comfortable in her new environment and should be ready for placement in her forever home. She could be a great addition to your family.

Name: Bonnie
Gender: Female
Color: Black
Age: 2 years
Weight: 9 pounds
Why She is Special: Bonnie was brought to The Tenth Life by good Samaritans in Miamisburg. She was a stray in the neighborhood who was not particularly friendly. After a little TLC , she has become a very sweet girl who dotes on attention. Bonnie gets along well with her current roomies and looks forward to all the visitors who come to her room. She would be a great addition to your family.