Our Featured Pets

Open Door has so many wonderful animals that would love to become part of your family. Maybe one of our featured pets is the perfect fit for you! You can find more Open Door cats and dogs here.


Hello, my name is Spot. I am a 2 yr old terrier mix. I have a lot of charm and personality, and I am also a very sweet and happy kinda guy, as you can tell by my pictures. I like to run and play, but will also snuggle up with you to watch a movie or two. My previous humans didn’t have enough time for me, so they did the right thing and brought me here. I think spot is such an ordinary name for such a unique character such as myself, but I’ll deal with it. As you can also see by my pictures, I love to smile and show off my pearly whites. Won’t you come and see me? Maybe I’ll smile for your camera too!


Hi, I’m JERSEY and I have a story to tell you. I had a home and my owners moved off and threw me outside. Since I had never had to fend for myself, I was starving and was near death. Thankfully, an angel of a woman found me and nursed me back to health. Since she already had more cats than she was supposed to have, she had to find a new home for me. She brought me to OPEN DOOR and said it was my best shot at finding a good home. I’m a really good girl that loves to play and snuggle. If you are looking for a great girl to call your very own, please come down to meet me. Tell them you’d like to take a trip to JERSEY.

alohaMy name is ALOHA. Did you know that my name means several different things in Hawaiian? I think it just means, “a beautiful cat that you need to have.”  I love to be brushed and petted, but I’m not a big fan of being held. I am mostly a lazy girl that loves to lounge in sunbeams, but I do get the occasional wild hair and take off playing with a mouse or ball. I was here  as a kitten and I found a home, but something happened and they brought me back. So I’m waiting for a new family to come and fall in love with me. Come on down to the shelter and say “ALOHA” to me, just don’t use it when it means goodbye.