Cruces Cool Cat's mission is to improve the quality of life of our community's homeless cats and kittens, by medically treating them, socializing, and providing food, in a nurturing environment until we are able to find a 'fur-ever' home for all adoptable cats. Also, to reduce the feral cat population through the Trap-Neuter-and Release program and at every opportunity educate our community on the importance of caring for cats, spaying and neutering.
Cruces Cool Cats - Mission Statement!
Meet our Adoptable Cats
We love our cats, no matter how sassy or wild!! 90% of our cats started out feral. All our cats are raised in a home-setting environment. Once we take in a cat they will live here their whole life or until adopted. If a cat is fully feral, we have a feral colony to home our cats, but if they are socialized they will live inside our house, to learn how to live in a home setting. All cats are litter trained, and socialized. Make an appointment to see our cats today!!
How to Adopt
Our adoption process is a little different, only because we want our cats and new owners to be the right fit for each other.
Adoption fee is $60 for one cat or $80 for 2 cats. This includes Spay/Neutered, Microchip, and all vaccinations up to date.
We have ways you can adopt. The first way is to make an appointment to come by the house to look at the cats and adopt. The second way is to pick a cat from our website, we will take the cat to your home to see how he/she reacts with the new environment. Then we move forward with the application process.
Goose came from a house of 20 cats. Goose was the alpha male in the house and caused many fights with the other males. After he was neutered and socialized Goose calmed down, and is now VERY playful with all cats. Goose is large and playful, he loves to be the center of attention, and follows us around the house. He is not afraid of strangers, dogs, or other cats; but curious and welcoming!
Ginger is from a large litter of 9. His mother is one of our on-site feral cats, BabyGirl. Ginger is a quiet, calm, cat that loves to lay on our lap and relax. Ginger is more fluff than body. He is a smaller cat that is fully grown. But has lots of love to give!
Tazor came to us from the shelter. Sometimes they have feral cats they cannot keep and need other sanctuaries to pick up immediately.
Tazor was a friendly feral that was trapped incorrectly (without a towel to cover the trap) He tried to bust out of the cage severely injuring his face. It took months for him to completely heal and his fur to grow back.
Tazor is a large wonderful cat that loves attention, but also likes his space.
Want to adopt a cat or see our house? Contact us!!
Name: Mr. Bibs
Bibs is on a prescription C/D diet
Mr. Bibs is a total lover! Bibs came from a house of 20 cats, when he came to our home, He was always quiet and to himself, he showed signs of a UTI, and after a couple tests, be was positive for bladder stones. Bibs went through surgery and is on a special diet. Bibs is a loving cat, full of life and very affectionate. He loves to follow us around the house and rub up against us every chance he gets.
Meet Honey, he is over 2 years old. We took in a pet mama cat with a feral litter of 3 kittens. CrucesCoolCats was able to spay the mama cat and return her back to her previous owners, and kept the kittens to tame as pets.
Honey is now a loving, playful, happy cat that would love to go home with you.
Coconut is a very small cat that is over 2 years old. Coconut came to us as a kitten in a litter of 3 and a mama cat. We cared for the mama and her sick litter until the babies were weened off of mama. The owner returned for the mama cat after we fixed her. Coconut had a bad eye infection in both eyes. we were able to save one eye. Coconut is a very small, calm, and laid back cat. She is full of life and loves to play early morning and late night.
Pinball came from "Fleming Feral Colony," and was domesticated as a kitten. PinBall is a very active cat, that likes to play with other cats. He loves to rough house with toys, cats, and people. If you are looking for a cat that likes to play and run, Pinball is the one for you!
Ham is the VERY few cats we took in as a unwanted pet. (Most our cats are feral) Ham came from a home of young owners that could no longer care for him. Ham loves attention, and follows us around the house. Ham is a curious and rambunctious. Ham is full of personality and energy.
Precious was picked up late night, sitting in the middle of a busy street. Precious was not harmed, just shaken up. But this little girl was pretty sick, the Vet was able to treat her in time. This little girl is a total sweetheart. She is incredibly playful, curious, and loves to cuddle! We know you are going to love her long soft fur and loving attitude.
Oreo was trapped as a feral kitten with his sibling, Chocolate Chip, and feral mama Cookie. All three are very much feral, we are trying our best to socialize Oreo and Chocolate Chip. Oreo took a long while to socialize, but with patience, he has grow to love the cats and people around him. Oreo is ready for adoption and a FUR-ever home.
Ron came from a home of 22 cats. When the cats came to us, they were unneutered, unvaccinated, and an infestation of ear mites. It took months to fix, vaccinate, and clear all medical issues. But now Ron is a very curious, playful, and social cat. He is the first to greet you at the door, and follow you around!
This is Aggie, Little to say, she earned her name from her cute mustache. Aggie is a small cat but a little ball of fun. She is very playful, full of energy, and always around for attention. As happy as Aggie is, she did not have the best start in life, Aggie came from a feral mama who was attacked by a coyote, Aggies mama was still tending to her young regardless of her extensive injuries.
Status: Still socializing
Picasso came from a home of 22 cats. When the cats came to us, they were unneutered, unvaccinated, and an infestation of ear mites. It took months to fix, vaccinate, and clear all medical issues. But now Picasso is a very shy, but curious cat. Picasso is not adoptable yet, he still hides a lot and and especially when visitors come. CCC will continue to work with him.
Georgie came from a home of 22 cats. When the cats came to us, they were unneutered, unvaccinated, and an infestation of ear mites. It took months to fix, vaccinate, and clear all medical issues. But now Georgie is a very loving, quiet and calm cat. Come in to see Georgie!!
Status: Still Socializing
Mistoff came from a home of 22 cats. When the cats came to us, they were unneutered, unvaccinated, and an infestation of ear mites. It took months to fix, vaccinate, and clear all medical issues. But now Mistoff is a very shy cat. We are still working with him to come out, and not just during feeding time.
Status: Still Socializing
Charlie came from a home of 22 cats. When the cats came to us, they were unneutered, unvaccinated, and an infestation of ear mites. It took months to fix, vaccinate, and clear all medical issues.
CCC will work with Charlie until he is ready for adoption.
Please note the Status. Not all cats are adoptable, some, very few are "still socializing." You may still come and see the cat, but they are very shy.
Status: Still Socializing
Gremlin came from a home of 22 cats. When the cats came to us, they were unneutered, unvaccinated, and an infestation of ear mites. It took months to fix, vaccinate, and clear all medical issues.
CCC will work with Gremlin until he is ready for adoption.
Status: Still Socializing
NotACare came from a home of 22 cats. When the cats came to us, they were unneutered, unvaccinated, and an infestation of ear mites. It took months to fix, vaccinate, and clear all medical issues.
CCC will work with NotACare until he is ready for adoption.
Adopt A Working Cat!!
A "Working Cat," or "Barn Cats," is type of domestic cat that "works" for its keep by hunting vermin, such as rodents. They are commonly employed where pest control is needed, such as barns, farms, factories, warehouses, stores, churchyards, and private property. A benefit of using a working cat is that they alleviate the need for harmful pesticides. Working cats are often placed in their environment as a part of a working cats program.
Adoption fee is $60 for one cat, or $80 for 2 cats.
How to Adopt a "Working Cat"?
Contact us to see our Feral cats. After adoption, we will provide a large cage to house you new working cat. For the next 4 weeks, we ask that you feed, keep fresh water, and litter for your working cat. This will give them time to understand their new home and learn new smells of the area.
After 4 weeks you may let your cat go and do what they do best!! hunt!!
All we ask is you provide a safe place for them to sleep and one meal a day, just in case they did not eat that day. (Even if you feed them, they will still hunt.)
If you are interested or have questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
If You Are Interested Adopting A Working Cat, Contact Us!!
CCC trapped Cookie and her two feral kittens. We worked as long as we could with Cookie, but she really does not like being inside a home or human contact. We are able to introduce her to our feral colony where she can live her life in a safe outdoor area, with other cats and minimal human contact. Not all ferals are socialible, CCC will try their best. Cookie is a happy feral.
Help us find Fur-ever homes
Every little bit helps our cats back to health and to find forever homes. Here's a great way to help donate. This could be a one time payment or monthly. Anything helps!
Please contact us!! If would like:
*To adopt a cat
*Volunteer at our home, or fundraisers
*Donate cat supplies or cat food
Please leave you information we will contact you as soon as we can.
Phone Number- 575-386-5585