Pets of the week for June 3, 2012



Madrid is a loving feline with a rabbit soft coat that needs regular brushing. She gets along well with other cats as long as they are calm and give her space. Madrid enjoys long naps in warm laps, snuggle time in front a good movie and back massages.


This wonderful feline takes a little while to adjust to new environments, but once she has, she is one of the sweetest cats you will ever meet. Smokey is great with dogs, cats, hamsters and especially children! Smokey is a mature lady still full of the energy and spunk of a young kitten. Smokey loves to play with anything on a string or rope.


Oreo is a big loving cat looking for a home that will take good care of him. He is a little timid and nervous around new people, but we think he will warm up quickly in his new home environment! Oreo is a handsome boy with big beautiful green eyes who would love the opportunity to get to know you!


Calypso or “Catty” is a very friendly lady who gets along well with cats, dogs and people of all ages. This sweet gal has a beautiful coat and she doesn’t mind being groomed! Calypso is outgoing once she gets to know you. She enjoys long window ledge sunbaths and warm lap time with gentle back rubs.


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