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Ichabod is a little under 2 years old and VERY loving. He deserves a family that will love on him. We are very busy and work a lot. He is great with other cats,dogs and kids.


Meet Kiki, a precious 15-year-old cat who’s a survivor who found solace and safety in the warm embrace of my grandparents in Arizona after enduring a past of abuse. Kiki is not just healthy, but she’s also up-to-date on all her shots and has been spayed, ensuring her well-being.

For the past 15 years, Kiki has been a cherished member of our family, living alongside smaller dogs. While she may have a touch of grumpiness, it’s more of a vocal expression rather than aggression. Her daily delight comes in the form of wet food, which she enjoys both in the morning and evening, and those beloved “cookies” cat treats.

Recently, due to the loss of my grandfather, Kiki has found herself in a challenging situation. She’s currently confined to my office, a place she’s not particularly fond of, leading her to act out. In an effort to ensure her comfort, I’ve kept her separated from my two other cats, as she’s never experienced life with feline companions, and my girl cat seems to be a bit assertive when they meet.

With a heavy heart, I find myself in need of finding a loving home for Kiki within the next week or so. I yearn to see her in a place where she can have space to explore and receive the affection she so deserves during her golden years. An interesting tidbit about Kiki is that she’s a polydactyl, boasting extra toes and plenty of charming conversation skills when you interact with her.

If you have a heart full of love to share and a cozy spot in your home for Kiki, please reach out. She’s not just a cat; she’s a testament to resilience and a source of endless affection waiting to brighten your life.

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Batman and Robyn are a brother and sister bonded pair that we would really love to see go to a new home together. They were found as kittens together and haven’t been apart since. Both were born in 2018.

Batman starts off shy but becomes a cuddly lover boy. He loves snuggling up with you on a fleece blanket.

Robyn is a shy girl that takes some time to warm up to you. She tends to find her person and warms up to them and will cuddle with them. She is shy around strangers but comes around more after getting comfortable.

Both have lived with other cats and children but have not been around dogs before. They likely would do well around other types of animals, but they have only ever lived with cats.

Jelly Bean

Born in 2011. Shy but lovable girl who is good with other cats. Dogs unknown. A bit timid around new people but once comfortable with you she can be very affectionate.

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