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Travis – Terrier mix

Travis – Terrier mix

Travis is such a cutie! He stands out from the crowd with his adorable scruffy fur. His sweet face will draw you in and beg you to give him a good home. Travis came in as a stray, is about 5 years old, weighs 20 pounds and is ready to make your family happy.

Travis is up to date on his vaccines, de-wormed, neutered, and is AVAILABLE NOW.

161024 / R232900


Comet – Domestic Short Hair

Comet – Domestic Short Hair

Comet our beautiful 

ittle angel is waiting to meet her forever family. Comet came in as a very shy scared kitty because her owner was no longer able to care for her. Comet has been an indoor cat who prefers some quiet time with the ones she loves. She loves to cuddle up and purr when you pet her, but you can tell she’s stressed out in a shelter environment. Comet is about 3 years old, weighs 6 pounds and can’t wait to be loved by her new family.

Comet is up to date on her vaccines, de-wormed, will be spayed prior to her adoption, and is AVAILABLE NOW.

161408 / R233147


King Leo and Tabby Abby 

Here are King Leo and Tabby Abby 

DOB: 6/21/2014 (Brother & Sister) 

King Leo is a DSH Brown Tabby Male

Tabby Abby is a DSH Brown/ White Tabby Female

King Leo is extremely friendly and loving! He loves laps and good back scratches. Tabby Abby is also very friendly and lovable. She enjoys attention and cuddles. Tabby Abby and King Leo are ok with dogs and are ready to find their forever family! These two are a bonded pair and must be adopted together. 

Come meet these sweethearts today! 

All of our cats are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and up to date on all vaccinations. 

Our two main requirements for adopting a cat are: 

—Must be indoors only, cannot go outside

— Declawing is NOT allowed 


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