Adopted March 24,2014

People for Animals is a local street rescue charity.


Gender: Female
Age: 7 months
Breed: Domestic Short Hair; Tuxedo
Spay/Neutered: Yes
Vaccinations: FRCP
Other vet care: Anti parasitic medicine
Temperament: Shy but sweet
Other information: Being fostered with other cats and children


Diana along with her 5 siblings and mom were rescued last fall when a kind man spotted the family outside when the weather began to get cold. Realizing they didn’t stand a chance if left to survive the cold winter, he took them in and began to find homes for everyone. Unfortunately the man had to move to a no pet home, and he contacted PFA for help getting the last 3 kittens homes.

Because Diana was several weeks old when she began being handled by humans, she’s is a little shy when meeting new people. However, once you pick this little beauty up she’s all about snuggling as close as she can get while being petted. Her foster mom says that she has a beautiful purr which she readily shares with anyone who is willing to snuggle with her. She is being fostered with other cats and has quickly become friends with all of them. Diana is also being fostered in a home with a young child who she loves to be held and snuggled by.

Diana will be the perfect fit for a family who is willing to help her feel safe in a new home as it will take her a little time to adjust to a new situation. The family who is willing to help Diana adjust will be rewarded with a sweet, snuggly kitty who will share her affection and beautiful purrs for years to come.

If you are interested in Diana,click here to view our adoption contract and click here to complete an adoption application or email PFA adoption coordinator Alanna at abanana71@gmail.com for more info.

Please note; in the event there are multiple inquiries for a cat or kitten, People For Animals will select the best suited home in the interest of a successful adoption.

Adoption fee: $75 A portion of Diana’s adoption fee has kindly been sponsored by Dave Bychkowsky.

All adoption fees and sponsorship donations contribute towards veterinary care and other costs associated with caring for People for Animals rescued cats and kittens.