Milwaukee Record is working in partnership with Urban Cat Coalition—a local organization that’s dedicated to creating a no kill community by humanely reducing the cat population in the Milwaukee area through targeted trap-neuter-return (TNR)—to help find loving homes for area cats. Each week, we plan to highlight a feline friend that’s currently up for adoption by naming it “Milwaukee Record’s Cat Of The Week.” This week: a little party animal named Tango.

Meet Tango. Who’s the first out the door of the kitten room the moment it’s opened? Tango! Who was the first of his siblings to make “friends” with the resident cat? Tango! Who’s the one who is most likely to jump up on the bed to say “good morning?” Tango! And the last one we can catch when free-range time is over? Yup. It’s Tango!

This is one little dude who loves to party! He’s a Wrestlemania champ ready to take down all comers, but he’s also the biggest love once all that energy has burned off. It doesn’t take much to get the purr motor started!

If you’re ready for some serious entertainment, Tango is your guy! Tango is currently being fostered with his adoptable sibling Samba.


Friendly, Affectionate, Playful, Curious, Athletic, Loves kisses

Coat length


Vaccinations up to date, neutered

Good in a home with
Other cats, dogs, children

DOB: 04/05/2023

Urban Cat Coalition Policies

All cats are altered, microchipped, dewormed and given age appropriate vaccinations.

PLEASE NOTE: We do not have a physical shelter, therefore all our cats reside in foster homes. We do require a completed application prior to setting up a Meet & Greet in a foster home. Complete an application today!

Si necesitas ayuda en Español, por favor contáctenos a [email protected].

If cats are listed, consider them available. Please do not email or call us asking if they are still available. Visit our website for additional information about our organization, adoption policies and adoption fees.

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