Chrissy has been at the shelter for many months.  She is a beautiful dilute tortoiseshell.  She is currently living in a “foster home” because she was very stressed at the shelter.  Chrissy is shy initially with new people.  But after a few days of adjustment in her foster home; she turned into a regular purr machine.  She is very affectionate and loves to sleep close to her foster Mom.
Chrissy is a “talker” – she tells her foster Mom when she is hungry or just wants some attention.  She LOVES to play with a wand toy or spend quiet time watching the birds on the feeders outside the window,
Chrissy needs a home where she is the only pet.  Chrissy is a lovely lady with such a cute face.  With kindness – and a few days of adjustment – she will make a wonderful companion for some mature person or couple.

Please help us find this lovely lady a new home:


Please Help Us Find Cinder a Loving Home



Message -

It merely expands the heart,

If you have loved may cats;

Your heart is likely to be very big.

- ‘Gratitude is something none of us can give too much.’

If you interested in adopting one of our cats or kittens; please complete an Adoption Application online.  One of our volunteers will call you as soon as we receive your application.

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Cat Adoption in Spencer

 Cats come into our lives to teach us about love,

They depart to teach us about loss,

A new cat never replaces an old cat.  

Cinder is a beautiful cat with a lovely disposition to match.  She was found as a stray in a local town.  She is healthy but she tested positive for FIV.  Being FIV+ is not the same was having feline AIDS.  The FIV Test detects antibodies that have been found in the cat’s blood as a result of infection with the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.  The FIV Positive means that the cat has been infected by the virus but it is not showing symptoms.  It may be years. If at all, before the cat develops clinical signs of Feline Aids.  It is impossible for a human to contract FIV from a cat just as it is impossible for a cat to contract FIV from a human.  FIV positive cats can lead active, full, wonderful lives in loving home.  She is a “low key” cat who is content with life.  One of her favorite activities is eating especially delicious moist(canned) food.  She is spayed and current on vaccinations.  We are hoping that someone will open their heart and home to Cinder.