It has been very rewarding to see the “transformation” in these two cats. In life we often overlook the smallest things while craving the bigger rewards. These two cats had a difficult life prior to coming to the shelter. They lived without health and happiness. With time and patience; they continue to take small steps towards trust and happiness.
As Doug Cray wrote – “It’s never too late to trust again, to love or be loved again and it’s never too late to live again.”
- Animals share with us the privilege of having a soul.
My name is Fidget. I was VERY shy when I first came to the shelter. But I have become much friendlier and trusting of people. I actually like to be petted and roll on my side when the shelter staff pays attention to me. I have become much more confident and trusting. I need a home where people would be patient and understanding initially. The shelter staff knows that I will evolve into a very loving companion in the right home.
- Cats walk like camels and giraffes. They move their right feet first and then move both of their left feet. No other animals walk this way.
- Cats have large eyes relative to their head size. They have the largest eyes of any mammal.
- Kneading – some people refer to as “making biscuits” is a sign of contentment and happiness. Kittens knead their mothers when they are nursing to stimulate milk production.
- Female cats can get pregnant when they are only four months old.
My name is Cole. As you can see from my pictures; I am an extremely handsome fella. I am also very friendly, very sweet and very easy going. Although I tested positive for feline leukemia; I am the picture of health. I need a home where I would be the only feline companion in the home. I don't mind being picked up - I love attention - I am just a really cool cat.
My name is Bruschi. I am a VERY handsome young feline. My life was very difficult before coming to the shelter. I came with a history of being aggressive with other felines and unpredictable with people. I was neutered immediately and given medical care for an injury to my hip. With kindness and compassion; I have now become quite a nice fella with people. I am very easy going and undemanding. Because of the old injury to my hip; I now walk and run with a limp. So I need a home where I would be an inside pet(a screened porch would be awesome). I do not jump up on things so a fenced yard would also be nice(and keep me safe). The shelter staff feels that I would do better as an only pet and a home without young children. I love attention from the staff but am still shy initially with new people. I have come a long way from a sociability and medical standpoint. The shelter staff feels that I would make a great companion in the right home. Gosh I hope someone will give me a second chance at life.
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Some Interesting Facts About Cat Anatomy and Physiology:
- Cats use their whiskers to “feel” the world around them.
A cat’s whiskers are generally about the width of their body.
You should NEVER cut their whiskers.
- White cats with blue eyes are prone to deafness.
- A group of kittens is called a kindle.
- For some reason, cats really dislike citrus scents.
- Cats groom other cats – and sometimes people,
in a ritual called allogrooming.
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