Tag Archives: tabby
DOB: ~ 2019 Walter is a lucky guy. He was rescued just in time, the dog collar that was put on him, some time ago, was VERY close to cutting in to his neck. We’ve seen this before and it’s … Continue reading
DOB: ~ April/May – 2020 Philip is about 9 months old and a little scared, but loves his foster cat siblings! Philip should be adopted by someone who already has a cat and is looking for a friend.
DOB: Sept/Oct, 2020 Frenchie and Rizzio are inseparable friends. They were rescued several weeks ago from a bad situation. The girls have settled into their foster home very nicely, as you can see! They are ready for a home, hopefully, … Continue reading
DOB: September, 2020 Scout is such a cutie. At around 4 months old she loves playing with her siblings.
DOB: May 15, 2020 Cortney is a beautiful “bulls-eye” tabby. Her favorite pastime is sitting at the window watching birds and squirrels! She is tolerant of the friendly dogs in her foster home.
DOB: 2017 Shadow is the daughter of Mommy, sister to Gizmo. Easily recognized by the darker color and white toe tips, she is the least overweight and most independent while sharing the family affinity for people.
DOB: 2013 This very sweet kitty and her two daughters (Shadow and Gizmo) can be adopted together or separately. She was spayed and micro chipped years ago and then gained a lot of weight which will take some time to … Continue reading
DOB: ~March 2017 Sterling is generously sponsored by: Corinne Nash Sterling came from a strange situation where he was old enough to make socializing to humans iffy, yet there was no place to release him in familiar territory with support. … Continue reading
DOB: September, 2014 Clementine is generously sponsored by: Julieana Modjeski Clementine is generously sponsored by: Julieana Modjeski SPECIAL PLACEMENT KITTY Clemmie is blind or nearly so. The problem in not in the retina or corneas, but in her brain. … Continue reading
DOB: August 15, 2017 ADOPTED!! Teeny is curious and likes to watch new things from a distance. Give him some toys to play with or drag something for him to bat and he will become a play machine. He likes … Continue reading