Double has been with me for over two years, since he came in
as a big kitten. He's a dear cat, but a bit shy, especially with
people he doesn't know.
He's becoming more friendly, stretching out on the bed and
asking to be petted. He's excellent with other cats.
Updated June 15, 2020
Misty is a quiet little cat who walks with a limp. She's friendly
with people but likes to insert herself into small places (under the
bedcovers, under furniture), so she tends not to be noticed.
Updated December 30, 2019
Trust was adopted three years ago as a kitten -- by a woman who
promised to spay her and didn't. Recently this woman told me she
could no longer keep the cat (that was how and when I learned
that she had broken her word) and brought her back. The poor
creature (who is now, of course, spayed) was so traumatized that
for a couple of weeks she could not be handled -- but now she
talks to me, rubs on my hand and asks to be petted.
Now all she needs is a responsible home.
Posted November 5, 2020
Adopted December 12.
Shag came to me in shocking condition: emaciated, filthy,
matted and in need of a dentistry. He had been neutered (so
somebody loved him once). Had his person died? He was found
in a lobby, unclaimed.
My vet did bloodwork and found that Shag's thyroid was
overactive; the dentistry had to wait until that was under control.
There was the option of ending his life: he's an older cat and this
was going to cost a bundle (it did). But he's so nice!
He cuddles and wants to be petted and his motor never goes off.
Shag needs a person willing and able to get a pill into him twice a
day -- a person who understands that they may only have a
limited number of years together (we don't know how old he is).
But -- have I mentioned that his motor never goes off?
Updated November 30.
Trill is Trust's sister. Like Trust, she was unhandleable
when she was returned -- but now she's talking to me,
rubbing her head on my hand and requesting petting.
Posted November 12, 2020
Adopted November 27.
Annabelle is a very gentle, quiet cat. She came from an
outdoor colony, but behaves as if she once had a home.
She'd make a fine addition to any family.
Posted November 21, 2020.
Johanna was wandering around outside when I found
her. She came right up to me to be petted, but didn't wish
to be picked up, so I had to scruff her and drop her into
my carrier. It took her two weeks to forgive me, but now
we're back to head scratching again.
When I brought to be spayed we learned that she'd been
pregnant (probably on her first heat, since she still looks
like a kitten herself).
She's shaping to be a nice cat.
Posted December 20, 2020.
Adopted December 31.