Peaches was found eating out of Boston Pizza dumpster struggling to survive. People weren’t nice to her while throwing garbage at her or chasing her off with their car in the parking lot. We rescued this girl and took her in right away. She was infested with fleas, ear mites and covered on matted knots with burs stuck all over her.
We got her completely cleaned up, shaved parts of her fur that was to knotted to save what we Could, and got her fixed and vaccinated.
This girl is extremely affectionate and loves to be where ever you are. She comes when you call her and will purr instantly when you pet her or show affection.
She’s 3 years old. Spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.
She is FIV + but can live a great full life with proper diet and nutrition.
Oh hey... just a beautiful little girl who is finally ready for her fur-ever family.
This is Tabitha the tabby 😏. Her and her sister were found without a mom hanging out on a road looking for food. We brought both into our program, and spent serval days trying to see if there is more kittens, or even try to find where mom was. No success, and from what all the neighbours say, it looks to be that mom was possibly taken by a coyote who was plucking off the neighbourhood strays 😞
We still have Tabithas sister, but she is still terrified of everything and we don’t think she is ready to meet new people outside of our foster. However, Tabitha had her spay surgery last week and is ready for a family of her own.
She’s 5.5 months old, fully vaccinated, microchipped, spayed, dewormed and flea treated. She can get scared with lots of commotion, but when you sit down she comes for snuggles. This girl loves her bum scratches and to cuddle up at bedtime to sleep beside you.
She’s great with other cats, and does well with small dogs. Big dogs she hides from but I’m sure with a friendly big dog overtime she will be ok. It’s just all new for her, and not having mom around so young can be scary. We have had this sweet girl since she was 2 months old. And even though we have given them so much love, her sister still is scared.
If interested in adopting this pretty girl, please submit an application
This is Charlie.
Charlie has been coming around for over a year to one of our colony care feeders. We would see him on and off but he would run as soon as he seen you and never let you get close to him. Over the past few weeks he started showing up everyday using the shelter as he was freezing and starving. We were in the process of trapping another cat in need when Charlie went in out of nowhere. He let us know it was his time so we took him in.
We did a hold on Charlie and tried to see if he was lost or missing as he didn’t have a microchip at the time. Nobody came forward for him so we had him vetted and fixed. We placed Charlie to a foster home to start socializing him. Once he was able to roam freely in the house, we noticed that this boy is actually really friendly. He was just terrified of the outside.
Charlie makes us laugh as he has the tiniest kitten meow that doesn’t match the size of his body. It’s so adorable. He is vocal when he wants attention and enjoys laying beside you while having his head rubbed. Charlie is a very laid back boy who avoids the other cats as he has a solo personality. He keeps to himself and if they try to play with him he will go hide. He gets scared easily but enjoys being spoiled by humans. This boy is ready for his forever family.
Charlie is 1.5 years old, neutered, microchipped, flea treated, dewormed negative for all diseases and litter trained.
Miracle and Miss Diva are the last two remaining from a litter. Their mom was abandoned left behind in a condemned house that was falling apart. Momma had kittens and they all were struggling to survive. We rescued them all and had them adopted. Miracle and Miss Diva are the last two to be adopted and are bonded.
They are 22 weeks old, vaccinated microchipped and spay & neutered
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