We all need homes...
|FIV-positive gray male|
HAROLD is a BIG (16 lbs.!), loving, handsome, pewter-gray boy who, unfortunately, carries the feline AIDS virus. Harold, who was probably born in 2009, is not ill now, and in fact feels fabulous, and he could live for many, many years without a sign of illness. Still, to avoid any chance of passing the virus to another cat, he needs to be in a home where he's the only kitty, or where he can be kept apart from the other cats in the household. Harold has a loud purr which he uses non-stop, excellent litter habits, a sweet disposition and so much love to give.
|senior buff kitty|
WINNIE is a sweet old buff-colored girl who was abandoned recently and is looking for a place to live out her golden years. We have no idea how old she is, but she feels fine, eats well, requires no medication and asks for nothing but a spot in the sun and a pat on the head now and then. Winnie is welcome to live out her life with us in foster care, of course, but it would be so nice if she had some love of her very own at the end of her days.
Senior kitty STEVE came to us with a broken leg which has been repaired beautifully, and he is now looking for a new home. Steve is an older boy, he is declawed, and he is HUGE, with a gentle and quiet personality. Steve will be a great companion for watching t.v., and if you're looking for moral support during a diet, Steve could stand to lose a few pounds, too. Steve has been fully vetted, of course.
|DECLAWED, senior, obese gray kitty|
|Orange Tabby Born 7/08|
ANDREW, a handsome orange tabby born in July, 2008, came to us when a falling air conditioner broke his leg and his former family couldn't afford his care. Andrew has long since healed from the surgery to repair his leg, and he is ready for a home of his own. Andrew is relaxed, happy, affectionate, great with other cats and fully vetted. A truly wonderful kitty who deserves a "break."
SARAH is a petite tortie female born in 2005, and she likes nothing better than to curl up in a lap and purr. Sarah is healthy, sweet, affectionate and playful.