Loki and Persephone

Loki (formerly Julio) and Persephone (formerly Noelle) are enjoying ‘working from home’

Dakota

I adopted Dakota last month after instantly falling in love with him once a volunteer put him into my arms. We actually changed his name to Tod, and call him Squeaky Tod because he doesn’t meow, he squeaks! He has been fully integrated with our orange boy, Alan the Cat. Tod loves snuggles, food, and playtime, and pouncing out of thin air at our other kitty. He’s been such a great and hilarious addition to our home.

Vail

Vail is enjoying many naps and watching all the birds and squirrels. 

Lulu/Pumpkin

Lulu/Pumpkin is really adapting great. She loves being brushed, sleeping, and belly rubs! 

Polly (Now Andi)

Polly (Now Andi) was just before Christmas. She is doing wonderfully. She fits right in with our misfit crew (our dogs, Mae and Harper, and our other cat, Reese).  She is goofy, curious and always yelling at us to give her more pets!  She was the perfect addition to our family.

Charlie

I adopted Charlie. She is giving me such comfort in these uncertain times. Just having her sit on my lap and petting her while she purrs is such a comfort.

Anna and Elsa

Anna and Elsa are doing very well and getting along with Tess, their new dog sibling.

Jonny Cakes

Jonny Cakes is doing quite well already even though it has been less than a week since he was adopted. He is adapting well to my husband and I and the piggies and we are taking it slow with introducing him to our older cat. It feels so good to see how happy he is and how comfortable he is in his new home. He has a really great personality! 

Misty

Misty is doing great. She’s eating, she’s very social, not shy, very very happy, and most of all she is loving. 

Italics (a.k.a Mario)

“Mario”, the 6 month old tabby who was adopted in early December, is now a sweet, spoiled little “brat cat”. Mario was renamed Italics, since I’m an author, and he’s my apprentice writer cat. (Job description: sitting on my desk and trying to KEEP me from writing. He does it well, he’s almost ready for a promotion!) He is a fuzzy nuisance, gets into everything, wedges his tiny body into cracks known only by dust bunnies, but he has that sweet little face and loud purr that makes him instantly forgiven. It’s a full house here- an 11 yo cat, a giant dog, two little kids, and a bunch of fish tanks, and Italics fits in well in our big family. He keeps trying to get our senior cat to play with him, but only sometimes succeeds. So, “Mario” sends his love to all those who loved him and hopes all his friends at the shelter find homes soon.