Meow! My name is Harpo and Mr. Bigglesworth
Harpo and Mr. Bigglesworth's Info...
Important Note: Harpo and Mr. Bigglesworth is best friends with Mr.Bigglesworth & Harpo. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
|Breed:||Snowshoe||Color:||Gray Or Blue (Mostly)||Age:||Young|
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Harpo is a handsome gentleman kitty. When we met Harpo at San Luis Obispo Animal Services he seemed to have given up on life. He was brought to the pound from North County, possibly abandoned by his owner. He was thoroughly vet checked and we discovered what a capacity he had for trust and affection. Harpo is a quiet boy who has made many feline friends in his foster home.
He can be seen in this picture cozied up with Oscar.
Harpo is about 3 years old, neutered,vaccinated and tested negative for Fiv/Felv. He would make a wonderful and loving companion.
Harpo and Mr. Bigglesworth
Mr. Bigglesworth is a Chocolate Point Siamese. He was turned into the San Luis Obispo County Pound by representatives of his owner after she had to undergo a kidney transplant. Mr. Bigglesworth was confused by this change in his life and Befriended Felines was asked to rescue him. Since he has been in foster with us he has regained his trust in humans and has bonded with Harpo as his brother.
Harpo is a snowshoe mix. A gentleman kitty with a great diplomatic sense. Harpo and Bigglesworth love to "play" spar and take their naps together.
Harpo and Mr. Bigglesworth are affectionate with one another and their foster humans. We are seeking a together, indoor home for these two souls who ended up at the pound through no fault of their own.
Harpo and Mr. Bigglesworth are 3 years old and neutered. They are current on their shots and have tested negative for feline diseases.
Please consider giving these boys a forever home.
For more information on Harpo and Mr. Bigglesworth, contact us.
Rescue Group Info...
We are an all-volunteer, foster-based group which serves to assist felines at greatest risk at our county animal shelter. We only rescue cats which are assurred to be euthanized for reasons of space, temperament and/or medical reasons without rescue assistance. Each of our volunteers has devoted a number of years, prior, volunteering at our county animal shelter (a.k.a. "the pound") and has firsthand experience in the tragic reality of the effects of homelessness on companion and feral animals. Many of the cats labeled "feral" by shelter standards prove to be merely tame, frightened animals simply needing a sense of safety, security and love. Our obligation is to those impounded which have no way out. And though we can not rescue all, we rescue as many as we responsibly can.
How to Donate & Help
Please make checks payable to
AND VERY IMPORTANT -- please note in the memo section of the check:
"FOR BEFRIENDED FELINES".
This tax deductible donation will be graciously accepted by mailing to:
c/o c/o J. Hodoian
2599 Ironwood Ave
Morro Bay, CA 93442
Please email or call to meet any of our pets.
Come by here and check often for any upcoming events to meet us or help out or even meet some of the pets.
of San Luis Obispo County
Mary Kay (webmistress) 805-461-5772
We ask for donations to help with the medical, care, and upkeep for our felines.
Email or call if you want a "pet feline" or many of our wonderful mousers and hunters cats, (feral cats).
All of our cats will be spay/neutered, all shots up to date, and very, very willing to help you on your property with gophers or any type of rodent problems.
We do get cats that are "Labeled" feral, when in truth they were FRIGHTENED. These beautiful babies are extremely loving and sensitive and make wonderful companions for your family.
So call or email us, let us know what you are looking for or who on our list you are interested in.
We serve all of San Luis Obispo City, County and parts of Santa Barbara County.
Befriended Felines - Our Mission
Our mission is focused on rescue services and placement opportunties for those cats which stand NO chance of getting out without rescue asssitance.
Our aim is to help provide the gift of -- and qualilty life -- for those felines at highest risk in the county pound system: those labeled fearful or feral, including those mislabeled or simply misunderstood.