This Week’s Adoptable Pets: Julie and Cici

As temperatures fall, what could be better than a feline to snuggle up with on a chilly autumn afternoon? And what could warm your heart more than giving a home to a cat that really needs one?

Fortunately, our friends at Infinite Hope and Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition (and of course the Brooklyn Cat Cafe) have you covered.

Infinite Hope Cici


Cici was living outdoors, asking for food from neighbors in Prospect Heights, before Infinite Hope brought rescued her and found her a foster home. She settled in well, making fast friends with the other cat in the home. She loves affection, and though a little shy at first (I mean, who isn’t?), once she’s comfortable in a space, she seeks out head rubs and chin scratches. She is about 3 years old and this green-eyed beauty is ready for her forever home.

Cici is litter-trained and spayed and current on vaccinations. Visit her Petfinder page for more information on adopting her.

Follow Infinite Hope on the organization’s social media channels: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.



Discovered at a Philadelphia shelter, Julie and her kittens were brought north by BBAWC and brought the family to Brooklyn, where they took up residence in the cat cafe on Atlantic Avenue. Now done with being a mom, Julie is ready for a home of her own.

Julie is 14 months old, spayed, fully vaccinated, FIV/FeLV negative, and microchipped.  You can e-mail to arrange a play date in Brooklyn Heights, or stop by Brooklyn Cat Cafe to say hello to her.

Follow BBAWC and the cat cafe on their social media channels:
BBAWC: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
Brooklyn Cat Cafe: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

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