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Saving one cat will not change the world, but for that one cat . . .
the world will change forever.
London (Londi) is an American shorthair tortie, (aka “Londi, Tiger Girl, Sweetheart”). She is spayed, fully vaccinated, and in good health. She urgently needs a loving forever home. Before: Londi had under-developed muscles and forlorn eyes, and she was easily spooked. Now: Londi is strong and healthy, ever so polite, litter box perfect, curious, and undemanding. In fact, she would LOVE to be an only pet and be left alone to do her thing, whether it be her typically tortie self, happy to watch birds through the window, play quietly by herself, explore nooks and shelves, stretch out in the sun, and be indulged with cat treats. Londi has developed steadily and touchingly into an independent, lovely young lady over the past three years. While not a “lap cat,” she is a positive DEAR, who deserves a loving, affirming, respectful new home.
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Look into Tessie’s eyes and see a life of lingering uncertainty. Tessie has experienced several uprootings and disappointments, through no fault of her own. This shy but sweet girl is now older and is looking for a home that will KEEP her and give her unconditional LOVE and patient pam-purr-ing to help her forget the past and THRIVE. Yet, in true feline form and forgiveness, she has a lot of love to give to someone who will give her her space and let her come around at her own pace. PLEASE submit our adoption application and come and meet her. As the song from Cats says, “If you touch me, you’ll understand what happiness is.” Don't you just want to run your fingers through that beautiful fur?
Do you love the Siamese breed, with their stunning blue eyes? Simon is a big boy who loves the simple things in life--getting pet, napping, basking in a sunny window, but, be warned, he can be unpredictable and bite. It's rather random as to when or why, but he would be a danger around children or elderly adults. He is also FIV+ but needs no meds, a condition easily managed as long as he is kept indoors. In the right home, Simon can be a good companion, but he must be the only cat! Seal Point Siamese cats have very dark, almost black, seal-brown points, with facial mask, ears, tail, paws, nose leather and paw pads all in the same dark brown color--spectacular!
BLINKY & RAVEN
Female & Male BFFs
See Adoption Procedures page to apply.
They qualify for our "Twofur" Discount!
Sponsored by Julie E.
Quote from one of our amazing socializers:
My special little loves, inseparable little loves. I have noticed that both Raven and Blinky are out now all the time, searching for me and stay by my side. Blinky loves to follow me around and now her boyfriend Raven is doing the same thing and I can fully pet him now. He seems to follow the lead of his special lady friend. Still a little shy to new people, but Raven loves to play with a feather wand or string toys with feathers on it. My little Blinky just wants to follow me wherever I go, with her tiny meow. I don’t think I’ve even heard Raven meow yet. They are so sweet to watch. These two little kitties will add the perfect “Chi” to their new family, preferably a more quiet family or senior. (Chi is the balance of negative & positive forms in the body and believed to benefit good health.)
Two sweet peas in a pod. Rescued together, they are inseparable little loves. They will bring somebody a lot of joy and happiness. Blinky is more social and loves attention and will follow you around, while Raven is a tad more shy. However, lately, he has followed his girlfriend’s lead, has come out of his shell, wanting to be pet. Raven absolutely loves to play, while Blinky would prefer to just follow you and ask for more pets. Both would be a little shy to a new home at first, but it is worth the wait, just watching these two cuties who grew up as babies, still madly in love with each other. Both have silky fur coats, but Blinky has a little petite body and little legs, while Raven is a little bigger and normal size. Both have beautiful golden eyes.
NOTE: As mentioned, both will be shy and will hide in a new environment with new people. Probably very shy. It is questionable if they would ever want to be held and cuddled, and carrier training would definitely be needed if trips to the vet are to go smoothly. Please think carefully before applying for them. An experienced adopter, with no other pets or young children, would be priority.
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Adopting with another fur friend helps to make the new transition less scary for both.
Often one of the bonded duos makes the breakthrough, then the 2nd cat will follow.
When you see them starting to bond with you, it’s the best feeling in the world!!!!!!!!
You never need to worry when you have to be away longer periods at a time i.e. work or events,
you have peace of mind because the kitties have each other.
Just provide them with a few toys, music, or animal tv, and they will be very content until you arrive home.
He is our shy boy, but a good boy!!!!
He can be loving and will come to you once he knows you. Hopper is shy, but sweet. He gets along just fine with all our free roaming kitties. Sometimes in the beginning with a new cat, he can be a little dominant, but he loves all our cats and gets along well. As he becomes familiar to you and trusting, he will come to his name, come over for a few pets and treats. He loves hanging in his cat trees. It could take somebody being very patient for him to come around, but he has with a few of us socializers. We think he is as cute as a baby, all white seal pup!!!! Hopper will come neutered, current on vaccines, and microchipped. White goes with everything!
NOTE: There is more to tell about Hopper, so please send an inquiry first.
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Lenny is quite the looker! He’s a classic tabby who adores getting his chin and neck scratched. Although he’s still somewhat shy, he has blossomed in foster care, learning to meet new people, take treats from his foster mom’s hand, and meow when he thinks it’s time for dinner. Lenny knows his name, and when he hears it, he’ll walk up and tilt his head while you talk to him. Lenny enjoys head scratches and will lean in to make sure you can find the right spot. He loves watching the world through the window, and can often be found sleeping on his perch in front of the window. Lenny is being fostered with Sneakers (see below) and Lenny looks to Sneakers for guidance in new situations. Lenny will do best with a quiet, patient, and predictable home. Once he’s settled in, though, he’ll be a loving companion.
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Sneakers (nickname: Charlie Chaplin) is a friendly black cat with white socks and a tie. He enjoys chasing his foster brother Lenny, and then curling up with him to nap. Sneakers does not need constant attention, but does enjoy being brushed or napping on his people’s laps. Sneakers was rescued from a life outdoors and although he appreciates his home, he does occasionally try to get outside again. He is being fostered with Lenny (see just above) and he and Lenny spend their days together, napping together, birdwatching together, and lining up together at meal time. Sneakers is okay with other cats as long as he has enough space to himself (Lenny is the exception) and he is cautious with new people. If you’re looking for a gentle giant with a big purr, Sneakers is your guy.
BEST IN BLACK!
Black and dark tortoiseshell cats are often hard to place and are adopted half as often as others because they don’t “show well.” People tend to pass them by at adoption events. Please consider adopting a black cat--we have some of the sweetest ones you’ll find, both young and older.
And, if you're still not convinced, check this out . . .