Animal League News

Hi… my name is Skipper,

Some “works in progress” may take longer to develop than others, but with patience, they’re often well worth the effort. That appears to be the case with me, especially since my longtime girlfriend was adopted and left me alone (she was a Siamese, so I guess more “trendy”). I’ve been keeping a very low profile ‘cause there is just so much activity going on all the time, but the volunteers are exceedingly patient, and they’ve been spending a lot of time working to earn my trust. I’m sure one of these days I’ll surprise everyone by revealing my real self to be just as loving as you could possibly want – so stay tuned!

FOUND – Arrived 10-16-19

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Hi… my name is Penne,

Adopted 11-3-19

You wonder why some kittens in a litter get overlooked when they’re just as cute, cuddly, and (especially in my case!) beautiful! Maybe it’s because back when I first arrived there were what seemed like TONS of us, and I guess there weren’t enough people in the market for kittens at the time for all of us to find homes. Well, my littermate, Ziti, and I are still waiting, and we’re still just as sweet as we were as babies, and, if possible, even more appealing in our “maturity” at almost 5 months. My gorgeous orange and brown Torbie coat and delightful personality are sure to win your heart, so come meet me soon – I’m waiting!

Arrived 8-10-19

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Hi… my name is Tiger,

Adopted with Mary Jane* 10-7-19

Thanks for looking at my pictures. My biography is under construction. Please stop back again to read about me or… even better… stop in at TALGV to meet me soon. Kennels are open 10-2 every day.

(*photos not available of Mary Jane)

Arrived 9-13-19

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Hi… my name is Queenie,

At the moment, my sister, Sarah, and I are doing our version of “Where’s Waldo?” as we’re really confused since we lost our home. We’re keeping a VERY low profile (you can usually find us behind some cubbies), but I’m sure once we realize that all will be well eventually, we’ll revert to our old selves. Since our dad’s fiancé is allergic to cats we couldn’t stay with him, but he said in “normal” times I’m warm and friendly after I get to know you, like being petted, and still have lots of kitten in me. If you can help me adjust to a new life (maybe with Sarah, too), I promise to love you forever!

Arrived 9-27-19

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Hi… my name is Lion,

Adopted 10-21-19

Thanks for looking at my pictures. My biography is under construction. Please stop back again to read about me or… even better… stop in at TALGV to meet me soon. Kennels are open 10-2 every day.

Arrived 9-27-19

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Hi… my name is Bouncer,

Some “works in progress” take longer to develop than others, but with patience, they’re often well worth the effort. My past is a mystery, as after being taken to PACC as a stray, I showed up in the same yard again two weeks later with a clipped ear, so the lady who found me (twice!) brought me here for safekeeping. It’s understandable that I’m awfully shy at the moment, but the volunteers are exceedingly patient, and they’ve been spending a lot of time working to earn my trust. One of these days I’ll bet I’ll surprise everyone by revealing that my real self is just as loving as you could possibly want. So stay tuned!

FOUND – Arrived 9-23-19

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Hi… my name is Punkin,

Adopted 10-14-19

Sometimes you can tell just by looking whether a cat is a male or a female, so when you take a gander at my oh-so-very-feminine face, you’ll see what I mean. I’m the quintessential gorgeous gal – ­petite body, long silky hair, almond eyes, and a classic profile. All that in addition to my playfulness (I’m still basically a kitten at a year old)! I do crave attention and will follow you around (and occasionally nip you) until I get it, and love playing with toys and small balls. I do NOT get along with dogs though, so a cat tree, lots of toys, windows to sit in, and you are really all I need!

Arrived 9-19-19

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Hi… my name is Zippy,

I’m not living up to my name at the moment ‘cause this seems like a pretty scary place. It’ll take time to adjust, but everyone’s giving me lots of encouragement, so I know things will be okay eventually. I lived happily with my mom until another cat and a dog arrived, and my life took a U-turn. Mom said I’m really a one person (preferably a mature female), one pet, lady, who’ll find a favorite spot (usually on top of a comfy chair with a soft throw), and I love classical music and sitting in windows or a cat tower watching birds. If you can give me my old life back, I’ll love you forever!

Arrived 9-9-19

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Hi… my name is Cyrus (aka Snap),

Adopted 10-5-19

You’d expect a big guy to have a big purr wouldn’t you? Well, you won’t be disappointed when you meet me! At 24 pounds, I sound a bit like an idling semi when I get going, and it doesn’t take much! My people adopted me from TALGV when I was a kitten, and all was well until I decided I didn’t want to share them with the other cat. You can tell by my girth that I’ve been getting far too many treats (OK, probably too much food in general!), but now that I’m on a diet, I’m sure I’ll slim down to a more comfortable lap size. I’ll bet yours would fit me fine!

Arrived 8-21-15; Adopted 8-22-15; Arrived 8-27-19

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Hi… my name is Tigre,

Adopted 8-26-19

The number one thing my mom said about me is “he loves EVERYONE!”   Also, “He’s absolutely the friendliest cat ever. He especially loves children and is very gentle and understanding of his size when he plays with them. He’s needy, but will sleep with his brother, Muneca, if he can’t have you. He wants to be held all the time and loves tummy rubs and nose scratches.” I lived with my family almost all of my 5½ years, but when the two-year-old developed respiratory issues, my brother and I had to move on. I’m being positive though, and have high hopes I’ll be given the chance to share all my wonderful qualities with another family.

Arrived 8-16-19

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Hi… my name is Muneca,

Adopted 8-27-19

Mom said, “He’s a wonderful, sweet boy who’s shy at first, but warms up quickly, loves to be held, and will sleep on your lap for hours. He likes to lie across your shoulders and purr in your ear. He’s needy, but will sleep with his brother, Tigre, if he can’t have you.” I lived happily with my family almost all of my 5½ years, but when the two-year-old developed respiratory issues, my brother and I had to move on. I’m going to be positive though, and have high hopes that I’ll be given the chance to share all my wonderful qualities with another family (and you’ll let me whisper sweet nothings in your ear!).

Arrived 8-16-19

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Hi… my name is Yogurt (aka Boo),

When kittens lose the nurturing they get from their moms too early in life, they occasionally develop a need to “nurse” on things (“fuzzies” are most common) and sometimes that turns into a lifelong habit. But in another home, with new and exciting things to occupy their time, sometimes the habit goes away. That’s what happened with me, and although I’m really going to miss my family (including a 10-year-old and two big dogs I loved), my human mom thought that a new outlook on life might be just the ticket to help me change my ways. I’m a charming, friendly but independent 2-year-old girl looking for someone who’ll give me new frontiers to explore.

Arrived 8-15-19

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