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Beautiful gray cat with the softest fur I ever felt. Affectionate, loves playing, huntress of lizards which she lovingly brings to me as a gift. She is a delight. She has a loving home and is not available for adoption.
My mommy rescued me after all my siblings were adopted in pairs except for me! I was going to be returned to the barn where they found me, but thank God for my mommy! She’s so extremely annoying, but I love her the most and love to cuddle with her at night and wake her up with some good slaps on her face in the morning! I am extremely playful and LOVE food. Fun fact: I eat more than my dog-brother! I am extremely bougie: I only drink filtered water and sit with my arms crossed over each other!
They are wonderful and loving sisters who grew up on the streets of Jacksonville, Margalo lost a leg had to have amputation when she was rescued as a kitten. They are currently thriving with their mom and grandma in New Jersey!
We adopted our Bill from the Fundacion Silvestre, after his original owner could no longer keep him due to a severe allergy. He has been with us for three years now and we love him to bits! Bill greets us at the door every time we come home, asking for belly rubs. Often complimented on his majestic beauty, Bill loves posing for the camera. We hope you find him as gorgeous as we do!
Oliver was a rescue kitten. We adopted him from our county animal shelter, where I was a volunteer. He spent his first year exploring and playing constantly, before he "woke up" and realized there was another cat in the household! His nickname quickly became "Oliver Twist," due to the myriads of contortionist positions while sleeping. He loves to create his own games. He is delightfully vocal and enjoys a human lap at the end of the day. He is a joy!
Kodiak aka Kodi is quite the guy. His some what charming personality and weird meow will make your heart burst with love for the breed. He is a quirky guy but patient and kind. He’s an older brother to our Maine Coon Riley and loves to thwump the ferrets.
Shadow came to me the day after I lost my precious Whitey to lymphoma. His right arm had a huge wound that smelled of rotten flesh. We vetted him and saved his arm. He has been a wonderful, loving soul ever since. He is truly a gentle giant and enjoys playing with the younger cats and foster kittens.
I am convinced that Whitey sent him to me to help ease my loss.