Winnie lives to eat and explore. We always catch her trying to eat our other cat’s food after she licks her bowl clean and when we try to take it away from her, she scales our bodies to get to it! When she’s not trying to steal everyone’s food, she can be found climbing and jumping on to any high place she can find. Some of her favorite places include smack dab in the middle of our houseplants, playing in the dirt (much to my chagrin). She’s an absolute doll and loves to snuggle and purr every time she’s picked up or when she’s tired and ready to settle down on a lap. Her favorite toy is a plastic spring and she’ll go for, literally, a couple hours once she gets going with it. My partner and I are so in love with her and couldn’t be happier that she’s part of our family.
Sadie is doing well, she is very sweet.
Yoda (Possum) and Shelly (Turtle) are doing wonderful – so playful and loving! Our whole family has fallen in love with them.
Andrew was asopted a few years ago. He is doing well. If you remember, he is an older cat and was at the POA for almost a year.
It has already been a year since we adopted Stapleton (aka Arden). Stapleton has become a wonderful addition to our family… He is so loving and cuddly and just adorable..
Pilgrim needed no time adjusting. Watts took a couple days to get used to this new environment but he is now very comfortable and both cats love playing with each other and spending time together.
Smokie and Bella were adopted three weeks ago and they are doing great! They settled into their new home right away. They enjoy the company of their new older brother Starbuck. The kittens have been very gentle with Starbuck and it is clear they had a great start in their foster home! Starbuck absolutely adores the kittens and treats them as gently as his own. The kittens have provided Starbuck and the whole family with great joy and excitement for years to come!
Blaze and Gigi are now we called . They are doing great, and they love their new home. They were shy at first, when we met them at POA, but they are playful, curious and loving kittens who are very happy in their fur-ever home.
I adopted Molly on Saturday. She seems to be adjusting . She seems to enjoy the quiet. She’ll headbutt my hand pretty often if she wants to be petted! She also flops over on her belly a lot, and likes a toy she can bat around to be dangled over her while she does so (just in a playful mood though)! It’s an adjustment as a former dog owner – she definitely batted my hand away when I forgot that flopping over is not an invite for belly rubs for cats! I love having her!
Whitney is doing great!