Jackson and Meiko are a bonded father/son pair.  They were recently adopted to a couple who dearly loves them.  However because of family health issues; the cats must be returned to the shelter.  Although the cats were a little shy at the shelter; they adjusted quickly to their new home.  They are affectionate, playful and incredibly handsome.  They LOVE their laser toy.  The adopters have nothing but nice things to say about Meiko and Jackson including a compliment that they are very smart and easy to train.  We would love to keep this dynamic duo together.  They would bring twice the love and companionship into a home.

Please Help Us Find This Father/Son Duo a Home


Some Fun and Fascinating Facts about Felines
             (more reasons to love them)

My name is Roman.  My name is perfect because I am a brawny and handsome boy.  Before coming to the shelter; I spent several years with a local animal control officer.  I was hit by a car and suffered a broken pelvis. The animal control officer took care of me and nursed me back to health.  I had a recent veterinary exam and I was told that I am very healthy and show no signs of any residual damage from that nasty "car incident."  I really like people and LOVE attention.  However I really don't like other cats(a cat friendly dog might be okay).   They are nice to me here at the shelter but I really hope that I find a home soon.    

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

  • A group of kittens is called a "kindle."

  • The largest known litter of kittens produced was 19(of which 15 survived).

  • A female cat is called a queen or a molly.

  • Cats have over 100 sounds in their repertoire where dogs only have 10.

  • The technical term for a hairball is “bezoar.”

  • Love of cats is called “ailurophilia.”

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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