Mezzaluna was brought in with her four kittens as a feral kitty. She was super sweet, and we couldn’t let her go back outside. Her kittens (the pasta kids: Spaghetti, Furmucelli, and Penne) were quickly adopted. She is highly food motivated, super affectionate, and loves to cuddle. She is not super fond of other cats but ignores most dogs.
Cori is a 4-year-old, neutered male tuxedo who is looking for a quiet, one kitty space to call his own. He was originally adopted from us as a baby in 2016. In January, he had a urinary obstruction and his owner had to relinquish him back to us for care. We treated him aggressively and he has been with us ever since. He is ready to live in his forever home but will need a special canned diet for the rest of his life. Cori is microchipped and fully vaccinated.
One Fish is a 14 week old male neutered tabby. He was brought in with Cheetara by one of our feral kitty partners for neuter and we just couldn’t send this sweet boy back outdoors. He has been fostered by one of our employees and adapts to dogs and other cats well. He is FeLV/FIV negative, microchipped, neutered, and up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations.
Little Orange was brought into the adoption program by one of our feral cat program partners. Orange has been neutered and vaccinated and is such a sweet love. He is happy to hang with his friend One Fish and has the loudest purr! Come get some snuggles with this sweet guy!
Eustace & Muriel
Eustace and Muriel are 13-week old orange and white medium-haired litter mates who would love to find a home that allows them to stay together. They are highly bonded and full of energy to keep each other occupied! Muriel has been spayed and Eustace is neutered; both are FeLV/FIV negative, are microchipped, and have been given age-appropriate vaccinations.
Two Fish is a 14-week old female tabby who was trapped with Lion-O by one of our feral TNR partners to be spayed. Her purr instantly won us over, and we elected to keep her and Lion-O in our adoption program. She has been doing well and is ready to go to a new home. She is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations, and will be spayed and microchipped prior to adoption.
Help Pets in need!
Through the American Veterinary Medical Foundation’s Veterinary Care Charitable Fund, our hospital is able to help animals rescued from abuse and neglect and the pets of clients facing personal hardships. Your donations to the AVMF on behalf of our hospital will help us to support the health care of the kittens in our adoption program, Trap-Neuter-Return for feral cats in our community, and the pets of those who are unable to afford medical care.
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