My Mom just moved to a senior community and brought along with her, her two cats, Reba and Sneaker. Both cats are used to being indoor/outdoor kitties and being able to come and go as they please. Unfortunately at this senior community they don't allow cats to roam and my Mom has been unsuccessful at trying to turn them into 100% indoor cats. Mum is devestated that she can't keep them, but in retaliation of not being able to go outdoors, one ballooned up to an unhealthy weight (probably depressed), and the other is eating and scratching her carpet to smithereens. I'm trying like crazy to find them a home before she's forced to drop them off at the local shelter (they're not a no-kill shelter). I've got a couple calls and e-mails to the local humane shelters, but most were upfront on their websites and machines saying they're at capacity and are no longer accepting surrenders. I'm going to keep looking, but if you guys could pull together your resources and see if anyone in driving distance would be interested in taking two cats - you'd be saints! These two love human affection and are eight years old - stuck in the way of life. Reba is excellent at hunting rodents... Sneaker used to be, but she's a little slower now with the weight. So worst case scenario, they might make good barn cats but I'm not sure what the lack of affection may do to them. Here is their profile (my apologies for the lengthy post): Reba Almost 8 years old Fully litter box trained Up-to-date on all shots Spayed Loves rodent hunting Sneaker Almost 8 years old Fully litter box trained Up-to-date on all shots Spayed Is obsese If you have any questions let me know. And thanks for any help. I definitely realize that rehoming these two are going to be like trying to sell a snowball in ... well, you get the picture.