found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
TAZZ is a wonderful example of the perils of an “indoor-outdoor” cat. When he finally came back home after a three-day hiatus, he was all scraped and banged up and spent the next couple days incurring a large vet bill. When his people moved shortly thereafter, they could not take him and his sister Jinx with them, and they brought the two cats to the shelter. They had probably been passed around somewhat, finally encountering a cat-unfriendly lease.
Tazz is all healed up now and he is a handsome all-black short-haired cat, with glossy fur. Now even though the vets suspected that he had been hit by a car, and since he apparently had no current vaccination record, his cuts and scrapes were considered “wounds of unknown origin”, requiring a six-month quarantine in our “kitty jail”. He is now ready to go. His sister Jinx has been waiting patiently. He seems more than willing to forgo the adventurous life for the comforts of indoors. Both have excellent appetites. Tazz is a little rounder than when he came. He is attuned to the sound of the pop top on the can of cat food, and comes running.
JINX is cute little short-haired calico girl with an adorable corkscrew bobtail which curls up in a fluffy pompom like a bunny tail. She has been keeping her brother Tazz company until his parole came through. It is so cute to see them curled up together. (They were initially separated and both became very sad.) She is a sweet and friendly cat who is getting over her initial shyness and starting to meet some of the other residents. She is OK with other cats and has lived with kids. These two need to stay together. They are small so they don’t take up much room. It is fun to watch them play together and try to eat out of the same bowl at the same time.
Both are very sweet and friendly cats, who have become accustomed to meeting many different people during their stay. They have no problem being picked up and handled, and may even be amenable to lap-cat duty. Come and meet these two delightful kitties today !!