DAFFODIL – is a very sweet and gentle girl that would love a family of her own. She loves other cats , dogs and children. She loves to play with a ball or string and follows you for attention. If you are on the computer, she is right there with your, trying to walk on the keyboard. If you are watching TV, she is right there with you snuggled up in your lap. She has had her first set of vaccinations, Revolution and is ready for her new home. On July 30, she will return to be spayed and have her second set of vaccinations and rabies vaccine, which is included in her adoption fee. Daffodil was found, alone and crying, in the back seat of a car in the junk yard/mechanic shop. Her mom was nowhere to be found , so she was brought to our rescue.
ECHO: Is a real cuddle bug. He loves children and lots of attention and almost always has a dirty face. He was found in a pile of old tires at 3 weeks of age, along with his siblings. He came into our rescue and was bottle fed. He is very attached to people and would love to have a home of his own. Echo plays with the other cats in his foster home and the dogs as well. He comes running for attention when he hears your voice. He really is a sweet boy. He has had his first set of vaccinations and treatment of Revolution. He is ready to go to his forever home. He will return on July 30 for his neuter and second set of vaccinations and rabies vaccine. This is all included in his adoption fee.
Eden was found in a pile of old tires, along with her four siblings at 4 weeks of age. Eden came into our rescue and was bottle fed. She loves to snuggle and thinks that everyone is her mommy. She follows you and wants to be part of your life and get all of your love. Eden loves other cats and the 3 dogs that are in her foster home. Eden will do well in any home, as she is very adaptable and loves everyone. She has had her first set of vaccinations and Revolution. She is ready for her new home. She will have to return for her spay on July 30/14.
ADOPTED Tigger is a very sweet 13 yr old, neutered male. He and his brother, Blaze, are up to date on their vaccinations , deworming and flea treatments. Tigger and Blaze were surrendered by their owner , due to severe illness and hospitalization. This was a very sad day for everyone. Tigger underwent dental surgery and has had many of his teeth removed, over a month ago. He is completely healed and loving life. He is very easy going and loves to be played with and petted. He is getting a little bored in the foster cat room. He gets along with other cats and dogs. Tigger and Blaze just need a loving home where they can live out their senior years, in warmth and comfort. It is sad to say that we all want out shelters to remain “no kill” and yet what will become of these seniors if nobody adopts them? Adopt a senior and save a life.
ADOPTED Blaze is a neutered 13 yr old senior cat. His owner had to surrender him due to her illness and hospitalization. Blaze was very depressed and almost gave up. He is doing well in our foster care and loves all the attention he can get. See how he is holding onto his brush. He absolutely loves to be brushed. He gets along with other cats and dogs. He has some arthritis that we give him suppliments for. He would really like a home to spend his senior years. People are always saying that we should be a “No Kill” nation, and yet what are we to do with these old fellows, if nobody will adopt them? Help save a life, and adopt Blaze. He would love it if you adopted his brother, Tigger, as well. There is no charge for the two of them.
Neo, chihuahua cross is 13 yrs old. He loves the cats and especially kittens. Here he sits, waiting to wish you a Merry Christmas. Coal, sporting his new santa hat, is a very loving guy, who likes to be in the center of everything going on. He did not mind being in this Chrismas photo, and liked wearing his new hat. Merry Christmas everyone.
It’s official. Darling has been adopted. Here she is lounging by the fire in her new home. I met Darling in a barn, when Angela and I went to rescue some newborn kittens. All the other barn cats were feral, and here was Darling, aprox 7 months old and coming over to rub on our legs and get attention. She was infested with fleas and had cow manure all over her white fur, and had runny eyes. I asked the farmer why she was so friendly and he said they were petting her since she was a kitten. They wanted her out of there because she was always in the way and could potentially get run over by machinery and killed. They said the barn was no place for this friendly cat.
So we took the baby kittens, returned and treated Darling with Revolution for her fleas and worms. She was safe for the time being and we would return for her in a months time. When Angela and I returned to check on her, she was in a bed of straw with two other cats and 5 babies. Some were definitely hers, as she had milk. What to do? So we took Darling and the 5 kittens into Angela’s foster care. We have to take the babies early from this barn or they die, is our experience. The cows step on them, they die of URI, the farmer is old school and doesn’t think about these little ones.
Darling raised the 5 babies, plus 2 orphans. She remained in Angela’s foster home for almost a year. We surrendered her over to Lanark Animal Welfare Society but kept her on to foster her. She was vaccinated, dewormed again, microchipped and finally spayed, thru LAWS. Thank you LAWS . Thank you Angela for opening your home to her and teaching her to feel comfortable inside a home and not a barn.
Darling was in heaven in her foster home with other cats to play with, dogs that she didn’t mind. Birds that she didn’t eat. She was such a happy , loving girl, but not the best looking cat. You would find her, daily, running around with a toy in her mouth and playing.
A family finally adopted her as a companion to their own, young female cat. They fell in love with her before they even met her. Darling has a large house to run around with and tons of toys, and a new best friend.