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Cat of the Week

Forever home cat of the week - Rainy

Rainy is a beautiful medium haired tortoiseshell kitty, about 10 months old. Rainy's family was homeless and living in their car. They had the opportunity to go to a homeless shelter, but they couldn't take their beloved companion.

Tired of the dreary, gray days? This sweet girl will bring some sunshine into your life.

Rainy is a beautiful medium haired tortoiseshell kitty, about 10 months old. Rainy's family was homeless and living in their car. They had the opportunity to go to a homeless shelter, but they couldn't take their beloved companion. They wanted to give Rainy a chance at a permanent home.

Forever home cat of the week - Alley

Alley is the sweetest girl cat you will ever meet. She loves people and attention. She loves to be brushed and will rub up against you to say thank you!

Alley is the sweetest girl you will ever meet. She loves people and attention. She loves to be brushed and will rub up against you to say thank you! She is a quiet cat except for her purring.

Alley is not finicky about her food and would never think of going potty outside her litter box! In fact, she loves her canned food. There is not a mean bone in her body. She will come to me when I call and sit in a big chair beside me and watch t.v. She likes the Animal Planet channel.

Forever home cat of the week - Libby

Please adopt Libby! Libby is a darling sweet, outwardly affectionate little old lady cat. Found starving at a feral feeding station, Libby looks to have survived for years on her own outdoors. She was living with badly abscessed teeth and old healed-over leg fractures.

With input from our friends at the Community Cat Coalition, each week we will be featuring a cat that needs a loving home.

Please adopt Libby! Libby is a darling sweet, outwardly affectionate little old lady cat. Found starving at a feral feeding station, Libby looks to have survived for years on her own outdoors. She was living with badly abscessed teeth and old healed-over leg fractures.

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