Nolan – male
DOB: March, 2018
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This Maine Coon mix had been on his own for some time before coming to P.A.N. He’s doing well in his foster home and we’re working on grooming. It’s amazing to us that these rough looking guys, after a week or two, climb into an available lap. He must have had a home at one time, Nolan is a big guy, with an very unique voice. He’ll need a bit of patience, but he sure likes attention! He’d probably do best as an only pet.
Brownie – female
Brownie is gentle and quiet. She has lived with other cats and children, though her shyness makes us think older kids might be best. Poor Brownie lost her home due to her family’s financial troubles, and she doesn’t understand what happened. She will need someone willing to give her a little time to get comfortable and blossom. This pretty girl just wants to be loved.
Sugar – female
“Sugar”, along with “Angel”, came from a neglectful home. Food and water were being withheld. This pretty, green eyed girl, a “torbie”, (tortoiseshell/tabby color) is very sweet and anxious to seek attention. She is doing well, resting and getting plenty of TLC and nutrition in her foster home. A new home is on her wish list.
Angel – female
DOB: late 2017/early 2018
This very petite, pretty girl came to us very skinny and dehydrated. Her “Owners” chose to restrict food and water to save on cat litter. UGH!
She has settled in nicely at her foster home. Angel likes to remind you vocally, and patting your arm when she feels it is dinner time. Her coat has improved, she’s filled out and discovered warm fuzzy beds and regular meals. Life is much better now.
Angel – female
She gets along with young mellow cats. She and Patty (another foster cat) share a room. They might like to be adopted together.
Alfie – male
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Alfie enjoying a little freedom to run at the adoption center.
Alfie is very outgoing and friendly. He came from a hoarder house and was ignored, so he was not taught much. He learned to play bite to get attention. We are working on that, but Alfie needs a cat savvy person who can continue teaching him the ropes. He would be fine with a nice dog (we think) but he is too rough playing with other cats. Best in an adult home.
Frank – male
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Frank is a blue-eyed crooner. Hence his name. He is a very affectionate and vocal 5-6 year old boy. He gets along famously with his cat and dog siblings.
Missy – female
DOB: ~August, 2017
Missy is a young mom who was outside in the rain trying to find shelter for her 2 young kittens. Fortunately, a kind woman found the three of them and brought them to PAN. Missy is small (6 lbs), very active and loves to play. She’s looking for her forever home where she can relax and be loved.
Linden – male
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Linden is one to two years young. A shy guy but once you gain his trust he’s a regular snuggle buddy. Good with dog and cats. Loves to play. Very soft. FIV positive.
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Sterling – grey tiger male
Clementine – orange female
DOB: ~March 2017
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Sterling seems less than one year old. He’s gentle, curious and playful, and likes to be with other cats. He’s wary of human contact but developing some trust. Coming from a commercial building, intact and unclaimed, he couldn’t be tnr’d because we don’t know of any support system there. He will be a good house cat for someone with abundant patience and realistic expectations. It’s very special when a cat who didn’t grow up being cuddled decides to be in your lap.”
The cat he’s playing with is blind untrusting Clementine. She seems to know he means her no harm.
Clementine – female
DOB: September, 2014
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Clementine is a red tabby; she got her name from those little tangerines, you know the ones? Clemmie is blind or near blind, her pupils don’t react to light at all. She’s young and was a stray, she couldn’t have lived long on the street like that, but we don’t know what happened to her. She does very well loose inside the house, works around most other cats (unless they hiss or growl at her), and finds food, water, and litter box all on her own. She won’t surf your counter! But she has to be watched around stairs.
Clemmie may have been handled roughly, or maybe she always was a feisty little thing. She likes to be petted but not picked up. She likes to be near someone, maybe she sees motion and masses or she follows the sounds of someone moving and settles nearby.
She needs a special someone in a safe setting, to let her blossom into the kitty she’s meant to be despite the challenges she’s had.
Vanessa – female
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Vanessa LOVES people but is not overly fond of other cats. She would prefer to be the Queen of her own household.
Carolina – female
DOB: mid 2015
Carolina is generously sponsored by:
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All of Carolina’s kittens have been adopted. While she does live with other cats, she has a little streak of princess and would just as soon be an only pet. May-be she could be a Queen in your household?
Lila – female
DOB: January 1, 2014
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Hey, Lila here….. Let me tell you a little about myself. I was found at a local shelter, hiding under my bed and hoping no one would notice me. Let me tell you, it’s tough to hide when you are a little “big boned” like myself! I did get picked by the nice people here at PAN, though, and I have come a long way. I no longer hide under my bedding and I sit on top of my bed at adoption day, and am usually happy to get a little scratch on the head. I am very uncomfortable around other cats, dogs and young kids, though, so I would be happiest in an adult home as an only pet. (Well, OK, I guess a tank of fish would be fine – they are fun to watch). I am working on my waistline, but it is a slow process. I am hoping for someone willing to give me a little time and space to settle in. I’m not the kind of cat that will accept being carried around or forced to sit on laps, but I will sit by you and and we can watch TV together. I just need someone willing to let me be me, and not try to make me into something I’m not. I like a peaceful home and a stable environment. Do you think we could be friends?
Tammy – female
Date of Birth: March 2006
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Available for our Senior to Senior adoption.
Tammy is also a special placement kitty: She was abandoned with her kitten at a local shelter. Her baby was adopted a long time ago & poor Tammy was left behind. A high energy kitty, Tammy needs to keep busy – she loves to chase her furry mice, runs up & down her large scratching post and has a very big appetite for such a slim girl. Tammy’s activity level is way too high for most other cats to tolerate, so she may be best as an only cat. She has been indoor only since we’ve had her, which would be our preference, but she might be happiest as an indoor/outdoor kitty if the home was in a safe location. Some might say that Tammy has a slight case of Attention Deficit Disorder – she’s just a very busy girl. Tammy does not show well at our adoption center so she does not come for regular adoption days. A special viewing can be arranged upon request. Tammy needs a very special person willing to give her a chance.
Liz Taylor – female
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Summer – female
DOB: April 15, 2013
Summer is generously sponsored by: Deborah Stearns
Summer is one of her foster Mom’s favorites! She is always looking for an opportunity to occupy a warm lap, as pictured here. Between cuddles, she runs and plays with those fun fake fuzzy mice!
Summer is quite comfortable with cats & calm dogs. Summer is just waiting to be able to bask in the sunshine like she is doing in this picture. She would love to be able to do it in her own fur-ever home.