We are hoping to find this pair of siblings a new home.  Colby and Pepper are very bonded.  They would bring twice the fun and companionship to their new family. 

Pepper is domestic short hair. He’s of slender build. He will climb up on you and watch TV. He loves treat time and is usually the first one there. Like his brother he too will eat them from your fingers. He loves to be brushed, is good natured and can be held without a fuss. He would best be in a home without kids. He would love to be adopted with his brother Colby. He is an indoor cat.

We want to thank everyone who sent donations to support Elsa’s hip surgery which was performed on April 1st.  Elsa thanks you for your kindness and generosity.

We are so happy to report that Elsa has been adopted – and – her new family agrees that she is an awesome cat.

Colby and Pepper

Gabby

She is doing well and continues to get stronger each day.  We are hoping to find this super sweet cat a wonderful home.  She responds to you with purrs and chirps when you talk to her.  She is affectionate and loves warm laps.  Although she loves people; she does not seem to like dogs.  Perhaps she had a bad experience with a dog in her young life.  Elsa had a very difficult start in her young life and she deserves to find a loving home.  She is a special “girl” who has so much fun and companionship to share.  

ADOPTED!

 Colby is a two year old domestic long hair.  He’s a big boy. He has a long bushy tail that curls up over his back.  He loves to lay on you while watching TV.  He’ll even eat treats from your fingers.   He loves to be brushed, is good natured and can be held without a fuss. He would best be in a home without kids.  He would love to be adopted with his brother Pepper. He is an indoor cat.


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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