Recently Adopted

STAN LEE January 18/19 adopted March 30

 

 

 

A sweet young senior ( senior being over 7 years) . It is hard to guess his age really. Left starving and thin at the shelter he still had a beautiful white with black medium length fur coat. We ran full bloods on him and we found he is Hyperthyroid. He is so easy to give his pill to every day. Everything else including his viral testing were normal :-). His teeth are lovely. His coat gorgeous. His pink nose so kissable. He is so trusting, loving and forgiving. After making sure that his hyperthyroid condition was fine  he was safe for anesthetic so he was Neutered 2/12/19.  Poor guy has severe arthritis in his knees likely from trauma in his days being unloved but he manages well. WeHe just

Dirty Nose Boy

Baxter 10/15 Adopted 11/13

Baxter is approx. 10 years old, He is a male neutered Brown Tabby that doesn’t have a mean bone in his body. He lived with children and another cat. Sadly their new baby became severely allergic to him. He had been living in a basement alone until a solution was found. Bay Cat Hospital rescue was his option. He has had bloodwork performed. He appears to be in great health! He lovesto roll on his belly and get rubs. He is very affectionate. He loves Cat Nip and Temptations treats! :-)

 

Bebe October 5 Adopted Nov 1

The dearest Brown tabby ever. He loves a good  brushing and cuddles and he is a big boy with big feet and a thick long tail. He wasn’t well cared for when the shelter got him. I dematted him and just keep brushing him and he will gradually put on some weight. Super dear BOY. THE OWNER WHO TOOK HIM INTO SHELTER SAID HE WAS 5 YEARS OLD.

The second photo is the poor dear when he was taken in at the shelter receiving desk :-( So sad. Be his hero!!!!!