COVID19 Displaces Cats

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The COVID19 pandemic has affected us all. It is heartening to see how so many have stepped up and made changes to protect the health and safety of our communities. One change we had to make was to temporarily suspend our in-store cat adoption program. This allows us to comply with the governor’s mandate to stay at home, and allows our cat care volunteers to stay home as well. The cats have been moved to temporary foster homes, and are safe, but need permanent homes now more than ever.  Below are pictures and descriptions of the cats and kittens displaced by the stay-at-home order. Fostering or adopting at this critical time would help them, and us, more than ever.  

 

Melody is a female Pastel Calico/Siamese with beautiful blue eyes. She is very loving with people, selective about cats–some she loves, others not so much. 

 

 

 

 

Sir Buddy is a short-haired tabby and white male. He showed up at the home of one of our volunteers and stole her heart. She took him in but could not keep him, so here he is. This noble boy is extremely loving and friendly, and longs for human companionship. UPDATE: ADOPTED!!! 

 

 

 

 

Tommy is a short-haired orange male Tabby (90% of orange cats are male). There is something about these orange toms–people who have had them before just swear by their intelligence and charm. Tommy upholds that reputation, getting along well with the other cats and displaying great affection towards people.

 

 

Merlot is a gorgeous Calico, and like all Calicos, is female. Calicos are try-colored with black or gray, white, and orange or tan. Merlot is mostly white, with multicolor markings on her face and back. She is very friendly, and would make a wonderful family cat.

 

 

 

 

Mabel is a young female Tabby. She is an exceedingly sweet and loving kitten, and would make a great addition to any loving family. We don’t know, in this picture, if she was asleep, or just does not like having her picture taken.

 

Jasper is a wonderful, very affectionate young male Tabby. His markings make us think he might be part Bengal, but he has the disposition of a dedicated homebody. He gets along well with other cats and loves people.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Judy is a short haired gray and white Tabby with an overall elegant appearance. She likes people. She is not particularly interested in other cats, but she will be polite with them once acquainted. UPDATE: ADOPTED!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Callie is a medium-haired Calico/Tabby (also known as a Torbie) with beautiful markings. She is stunning, and apparently someone told her so, because her personality is totally diva. She does not like other (lesser) cats, but would shine on her own. We do not recommend her for a home with small children. UPDATE: ADOPTED!

 

 

 

 

Bart is a short-haired brown male tabby. He is amiable and easy to love, but may need to wait for his new home as he is almost due for a booster shot. The logistics could be challenging during this pandemic.

 

 

Apollo is a wonderful short-haired Classic American Tabby. He gets along well with other cats, and is very affectionate with his caregivers. You can’t go wrong with the classics! 

 

 

 

We at Pet Assistance sincerely hope everyone reading this is staying safe and healthy, and has enjoyed viewing our showcase of exceptional adoptables. Each of these kitties has been spayed or neutered, tested for leukemia and feline aids, vaccinated, microchipped, checked for parasites and treated as needed. All of these services are included in the adoption fee of $125, reduced if you adopt more than one. If one of them “spoke to you” and you are interested in opening your heart and your home, please contact us, and we will endeavor to create a safe adoption experience.

For quickest response to adoption questions during these unusual times please call: (562) 673-2845, or email waragon1@verizon.net and request an application.

 

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