Meow! My name is Losing Their Home
Losing Their Home's Info...
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Black & White Or Tuxedo||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
These are cats from an 80 year old woman that is suffering from dementia and will soon have to be placed in a nursing home. She used to be very active in cat rescue up until her recent diagnosis, so we would love to place her cats in good homes to relieve her worry about them. Exact ages of these are not known; they range from 5 years and older.
The first one (upper left) is Diana, she is an orange/grey calico, she is shy
Next is Igor (upper right), a big, beautiful tiger cat with a lazy eye. He's a little shy
Amelia, black and white (middle row left), is about 8 years old and a real lap cat who will want to get up in your face. She's 'a tad' overweight.
Destiny, black Tuxedo, (middle row right) is super friendly and has extra toes, sits on her back feet and waves her paws in the air.
Mr. Bo Jangles (bottom) is a very large black formerly-outside cat. He loves to eat, and as a consequence, is 'a tad' overweight.
For more information on these sweeties, please email Jess at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rescue Group Info...
TNR for feral cats,
medical attention, cruelty cases, community outreach, education, low/no cost spay neuter for low income pet owners, adoption center.
Animalkind Adoption Center, 721 Warren Street in Hudson, NY 12534.
Open daily from 12-4 (incl. weekends) (except we are closed Tue & Wed except by appt.
Cats free roaming at our adoption center. 120-150 cats and kittens any given time.
incl. test/vacc./ alter/ microchip and one month free health insurance. We offer "Adopt one-get one free". For a limited time, we are not charging the fee, but requesting a donation the adopter feels they can afford.
Adoption application required (found on our website)
Kittens only in pairs if no other feline is in home
No kittens to children under 5
21 years of age, ID required