Tallahassee's only non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, treatment, and rehabilitation of sick & injured companion animals.

Cats for Adoption


On October 24th an injured stray (mildly feral) kitten was brought to Northwood. The 3 month old female DSH Tortoiseshell kitten has a severe wound involving the entire circumference of her right rear leg with exposed bone and loss of muscle tissue. This kitten (we...

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On October 12th a rough looking kitten (est. to be about 5 months old) was brought to Northwood. She had been found as Cascades Park (N. Monroe and Gaines st.). She was thin, was squinting both eyes and had SEVERE infection/scabbing of her entire face, including...

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On June 29th a female orange tabby, est to be 3 days old (DOB 6-26-18), was brought to Northwood as a stray. She was found on Ruthenia Rd. Her left front leg was very swollen with obvious indentation circumferentially around the foreleg. A string was found wrapped...

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On Sept. 22nd a young kitten (6-8 wks old, DOB 7-21-18) was found at the Hardees in Marianna, FL. He was a brown tabby male we named Nomad. He had abrasions on his head, consistent with head trauma. How he was injured we will never know. The kitten was treated for his...

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On August 28th, a black and white female DSH kitten (est. to be 1 month old, DOB 7-28-18) was brought to Northwood. She was found on Hwy 20 near Sandstone Ranch. She was too young to be away from her mother. She suffered from diarrhea and an eye infection. We named...

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On May 6th, a male DSH feral kitten was brought into Northwood Animal Hospital.  Foxtrot was underweight and not thriving. He was hand fed and spent some time in ICU. Foxtrot has been neutered and is ready for his furever home. On July 21, Foxtrot was able to attend...

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Mint is one of the 9 sick kittens brought in on May 5th. He is a brown and white domestic long hair tabby kitty. He and his siblings were named after ice cream flavors. Mint is ready to go home. Name: Mint Species: Male/ Domestic Long Hair Gender: Male/Neutered...

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