500 Legacy Farms North, Hopkinton MA 01748 508-435-6938
At Baypath, we do our best to collect both behavior and medical histories on our animals, as well as do our own evaluations and observations. We gather as much information as we can to suggest what we believe to be the ideal situation for each animal. We do this in the interest of the animal's quality of life as well as to assist our potential adopters. As always, safety is of the utmost importance in our decision making process.

We are always more than happy to discuss our animals with you and highly encourage you to call or email the shelter at info@baypathhumane.org if you have any questions or want more information regarding any of our animals.

Available cats (11)

3 year old female domestic shorthair
Meet Lyla! Her foster thinks she is one lovely cat and the child in the home couldn't agree more and even wrote a song about her called “Lyla is a great cat.” Lyla is looking for a home with another cat to hang out with and play. She loves to be the center of attention and get cuddles. Lyla has been near children 3 years and up and does great with them. We are not sure how Lyla would do well with dogs. She did have an eye removed but is doing great getting around. To learn more about Lyla and our Covid process please email adopt@baypathhumane.org
13 year old male domestic shorthair
Lucky is one gorgeous guy looking for a patient and loving home! He is shy and having a quiet home will help him blossom. Lucky loves to be brushed and will sit next to you. Although he is an older guy he still loves to play with his toy mice. He is a gentle soul and enjoys hearing you talk. Lucky is looking for an adult home with no other animals. Lucky does have thyroid disease and is on transdermal medication twice a day. To learn more about Lucky and our Covid process please email adopt@baypathhumane.org
2 year old female domestic shorthair
Meet Lullaby! This girl has a sleek black coat which is very soft. She loves other cats and needs to go home with one. Lullaby loves to play and we believe the wand toy and mice are her favorite. Lullaby enjoys a good bum scratch and will purr. She is a shy girl and does get scared of people she doesn’t know and noises. To learn more about Lullaby and our Covid process please email adopt@baypathhumane.org
2 year old male domestic shorthair
Meet Patrick! This gorgeous guy likes to be the center of attention and get all the love. He can be a little nervous but quickly warms up. He does well with other cats and we think he would do well with children 7 and up. Patrick likes catnip and can be talkative. To learn more about Patrick and our Covid process please email adopt@baypathhumane.org
4 year old male domestic shorthair
Meet Cooper! This big lug is a shy boy but has a lot to show. He loves other cats and thrives from having them in his life so much that he needs to go home with one. He loves under his chin petted and bum scratch. He does have a purr but sometimes it is quiet. He is looking for an adult home with no dogs. To learn more Cooper and our Covid process please email adopt@baypathhumane.org
1 year old female domestic shorthair
Meet Stamos! This active girl is always on the go and loves to learn new things. Stamos wants to be the queen of her home, so no children or other animals for her please! She hasn't yet met a toy she doesn't like, and especially loves to chase balls and wand toys. Stamos enjoys puzzle toys and feeders, and is very smart. Once she's tired, she does enjoy being petted. Gentle petting only for Her Majesty!! If this girl sounds like a good fit for you, email us at adopt@baypathhumane.org for more info about her and our Covid adoption process!
1 year old male domestic shorthair
Meet Olde Macdonald (also known as Curious George by his foster)! This little guy has had a rough start, but is now up and running and ready for his forever home. You can probably tell right off the bat that there is something a little different about this cat: Olde Mac had to have surgery to remove his eyes. He came to us with shrunken and nonfunctioning eyes, and to avoid potential future medical issues, our veterinarian recommended they be removed. Thankfully, his hasn't slowed him down at all. From day one, he has loved cuddling and being petted! Although he cannot see, he loves to play with wand toys - he can hear and sense the vibrations of the toy in the air. He does occasionally get too excited when playing and may grab your hand, but is easily redirectable. He is looking for a home with children 12 and up and with no other animals, and most importantly one that will be patient with helping him adjust to their home. To learn more about Olde Macdonald and our Covid process, please email us at adopt@baypathhumane.org!
2 year 1 month old male domestic shorthair
Are you ready to meet Mittens? He’s been waiting for his forever home! According to his foster, he is talkative, affectionate, and is a lap cat. He loves wand toys! He’s outgoing and enjoys meeting new people. He likes to be petted, and lets you know when he’s had enough and might gently swat you. He does not like other cats and must be the only cat in the home. He does have some heart disease, and to learn more about him and and his medical needs, please send an email to adopt@baypathhumane.org!
1 year 1 month old male domestic shorthair
Sepia is hoping someone can bring him home soon! The most important thing in his life is other cats; he bonds much more easily other cats than to humans. He needs a new, confident cat friend (or friends!) to help him come out of his shell. He also wants his friend to be young like him, so they can share their young cat antics and play games. He isn't picky about male vs. female either! Sepia finds dogs and children very scary, so he says no thanks to that. Sepia is still very nervous of people and will hide if given the chance. Sepia has started opening more and more to everyone; he enjoys a good chin scratch and may sit in your lap if you give him the time. He likes his food and yummy treats, so maybe that, combined with time and patience, he may come around to his new owners. He does promise to be your cat's best friend at the very least! If he is the friend your cat is looking for, please email adopt@baypathhumane.org to learn more about Sepia and our Covid adoption process!
2 year 1 month old male domestic shorthair in foster
Meet Melvin! Melvin is what you might call a velcro cat - he always wants to be in your space and will follow you around. He loves to play and hasn't met a toy he doesn’t like yet! Melvin can be very active, but once he is tired out he likes to sit on the couch next you and knead blankets. He might sounds like the perfect cat, but he does have some quirks he is working on. He gets so excited when he is pet, he overreacts and may nip or swat you. His foster is working with him to get him used to being pet in a friendly manner, and it's important that his future home is able to continue to work with his training. He must be the only animal in his home since he doesn't enjoy their company. To learn more about Melvin and our Covid process, please adopt@baypathhumane.org!
8 month old male domestic longhair in foster
Meet Alpha! Alpha is a handsome long-haired gray kitten who has come a long way in his foster home. He was extremely shy and fearful upon arrival, but with time, love and patience he’s learned to trust and relax. He is now a purring, sweet and affectionate kitten who enjoys playing with toy mice and will nudge you for pets and chin scratches. He is unsure about the world around him and the people who are trying to show him love, so will require a home that understands this and is willing to be very patient and give him the space and time he needs to feel safe. His new home should be calm with older teens or adults only and because he is still shy, he will need to go to a home with a confident cat companion. He may always be more of a friend for your cat. He will also do well with a cat-friendly dog. Alpha has FIV, but that does not slow him down a bit! Read more about FIV here - https://resources.bestfriends.org/article/fiv-cats-faqs-feline-immunodeficiency-virus. If you’d like to know more about this sweetheart, please email adopt@baypathhumane.org today for more info!
Helpful hint: Please bring copies of your vet records if you're considering adopting. This will help speed up your adoption process.
Note: Animals in foster are living in temporary foster homes and are available for adoption. Please contact us at adopt@baypathhumane.org or 508-435-6938 to learn more about a dog or cat who's in foster. Thanks!