ADOPTION

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P.C.
P.C. was 10 months old when he was found on a concrete median in the middle of a 6 lane highway. He was covered in car grease and too frightened to move. It's unknown whether he escaped from a car engine or rolled under cars in traffic or what. PC loves people and has turned into a soft, sweet lap cat.
Pepe
Pepe was born to a first-time mom. All of his littermates were adopted except Pepe. He has beautiful spotted markings on his side and an extra long tail. He loves to hide under towels and play chase.
Pepper
Pepper and his 2 brothers, Pickles & Olive, were found in a garage as kittens. There was no mama to be found. They were all adopted by a loving, elderly lady. Unfortunately, she was forced to return them after suffering health problems.

Plato
Plato is curious and slightly clumsy. He is often wet because he slips off the counter's edge and falls into the water bowl (the same water bowl over and over again). It seems that Plato is not so wise. He is however, sweet and so soft. His beautiful coal black fur just shines from the good diet he eats.
Poi Boy
Poi Boy and his 4 siblings were 5 months old when they were trapped on the Punahou campus. They were brought to Love A Cat Charity to be raised and to wait for new homes. Poi Boy was the largest of the kittens. He has a white tip on his tail, which he proudly holds high as he walks.
Poke
Poke and his 4 siblings were 5 months old when they were trapped on the Punahou campus. They were brought to Love A Cat Charity to be raised and to wait for new homes. Poke is a smaller kitten who is very healthy and alert.
Puka
Puka was rescued by kind visitors from the mainland when they heard his cries after he'd fallen through a drain grating. They were able to find a rope and loop it around Puka to save his life. Puka loves people and purrs often but is afraid of being lifted up.
Ray Ray
Ray is a little ray of sunshine. He purrs, trills and rubs as he just LOVES people. At dinner time Ray-Ray can be seen racing around the chopping island in the kitchen. He likes to take a couple of laps before eating.
Rosie
Rosie is a lovely orange "swirly" tabby. She was part of a litter of three that were found by a hospice nurse in a dumpster. Rosie refused to "take the bottle" from us and seemed not to want to live until Sunflower, a mom who just finished raising her own litter, stepped in to foster Rosie and her siblings.
Sabrina
Sabrina was a sweet little feral kitten somehow all alone at one of our airport feeding areas. She came with some digestive problems which have been solved and she is learning to help out in the office here.
Sammy Doodab
Sammy Doodab was 5 weeks old when he was left in a box with a beef sandwich.  When he came to us, he was added to Ku'uipo's litter and quickly became one of many.  His bunny-like fur and his soft trill-like mew endear him to all those who meet him.
Scarlett
Scarlett is the bold one in a fluffy litter found outside someone's condo. To be happy in life, she only needs a lap and someone to pet and feed her. She loves to nip at fingers if they aren't petting her just right.
Scotty
Scotty was one of three boy kittens born by Cesarian section when his mama was having trboule giving birth. Scotty loves to lie in the sunshine, showing off his pretty orange and white coat.
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