Scarlet & Hilda

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Look at these two cuties – Scarlet & Hilda! Scarlet (to the front of the photo) is a female tiger with white kitten who is approximately 5 months old.  Hilda is the orange and white tabby (in the background) who is a female that is approximately 4 months old. We are looking for homes for each of these girls. Please contact Patti at 352-735-6040 for more information. Thank you.IMG_08681

Precious

 

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Meet Precious! This petite female (approx. 2 years old) is not only precious but she’s beautiful as well. She has medium length gray fur with soft highlights of white and orange. At some point in her life she experienced  trauma to her rear leg and has some minor nerve damage that is present. It does not affect her ability to walk and she is in great health. Please contact Patti at 352-735-6040 for more information. Thank you!
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Older Cats in Need of Homes

Sadly, many older cats are turned over to shelters for financial reasons, death of owner or because they are no longer wanted. Many of these cats are unable to adapt to shelter life and have little hope of being adopted. The following 5 cats have found themselves in this situation. We are working with The Cat Protection Society to help find them permanent homes because they have had great difficulty living in a shelter.

Kermit (male) has a beautiful medium length fur and is extremely lovable. He is declawed and is approximately 8 years old.

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Ebony is a male around the age of 10 to 12. Black cats are very difficult to find homes for as well as cats that are this age. He was unable to adapt to life in a shelter, so it is important that we find a permanent home for Ebony to live out the remainder of his life. –

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This beautiful short-haired charcoal colored cat with emerald green eyes is Smokey (female). Gray cats are not all that common and I know there are people out there that have an affinity for gray-colored kitties. She previously lived with 2 other cats (that have already been adopted), so is used to being in a household with more than 1 cat. Smokey is approximately 2 to 3 years old. She has a very loving and agreeable demeanor.

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Davey (male) is a handsome charcoal and white tiger kitty. He is around 2 years old and loves to be held and have his neck rubbed.

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Vanda (female) was found living near Hobby Lobby. She has been spayed and is approximately 2 years old. She is a cat with an independent nature that enjoys being petted and loved on greatly, under her terms.  So, we need to find her a loving home where she is free to exercise her need for freedom.  While on her own she was close to a younger cat, and has since shared a room with a variety of other cats and has gotten along well with them.

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Jazz is a domestic short hair tabby. She is approximately 2 years old and is just one of those kitties you can’t help but love!! To meet Jazz is to love her.

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This handsome duo is Sugar and Spice! They are female sisters who have spent their entire life together. They are both grey tortoise domestic short hair cats and are approximately 6 years old. They love each other and get along very well. We would hate to separate them at this point in time and are seeking a single home for the two of them.

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If you are able to find room for another cat in your home, please consider adopting one of these older cats that generally make very loving pets and are already trained and less destructive. If not, please tell others who might be interested and have them contact Patti at 352-735-6040. Thank you.

Meet Remmy

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Remmy is a handsome male –  caramel brown tabby. He’s a young cat – approximately 4 months old, and is a real “lover!” He’s starving for attention!! He’s been tested, vaccinated & neutered. There is a $25 adoption fee that goes to The Cat Protection Society. Please call Patti at 352-735-6047.

Meet Moon Shadow

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Moon Shadow is a gorgeous charcoal-colored female cat with medium-length fur. She is approximately 1 year old, and was rescued from the Hobby Lobby parking lot. She’s been tested, vaccinated & spayed. There is a $25 adoption fee that goes to The Cat Protection Society. Please call Patti at 352-735-6047. 

 

Meet Stash

 

 

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Stash is an adorable female black and white kitten that was rescued from the Hobby Lobby parking lot. She’s still a kitten/young cat at 4 months old.  She’s been tested, vaccinated and spayed. There is a $25 adoption fee that goes to The Cat Protection Society. Please contact Patti at 352-735-6047.

Meet Thomas

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Thomas is a buff-colored short-hair tabby who is approximately 8 months old. Thomas is a real lover and a big talker!! Thomas has been tested, neutered & vaccinated. There is a $25 adoption fee that goes to The Cat Protection Society. Please call Patti at 352-735-6047.

Meet Evie

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Evie is a female who is approximately 10 months old. At some point in her life, she must have incurred some trauma, as you can see that she holds her left paw up. She is able to walk normally on it without any problem. She has been tested, vaccinated and spayed. There is a $25 adoption fee that goes to The Cat Protection Society. Please call Patti at 352-735-6047. 

Animal Stories – January 2015 “Tipiteau” Drescher

Our story began November 3rd, 2013.    An employee from the Cat Protection Society called us on a Sunday afternoon, desperate for help for a dog they had found in the woods.  We were presented with a critical dog that was unresponsive, unable to stand, subnormal temperature, severely dehydrated,  anemic, numerous wounds to body and legs and emaciated from lack of food. This small sheltie was very close to death.

Immediately our work began, with Dr. Laura Fisher and  our techs performing numerous treatment regimens, as well as supportive care to cover all of this dogs issues.  Diagnostics showed signs of organ failure, severe anemia, bacterial infections as well as a heart murmer.  We knew that it would be a touch and go situation to try to save him.  We worked for 3 weeks with continual  treatment, with each day showing improvement and signs of becoming a normal dog again.  We were all delightfully surprised to see how well he responded to treatment.

At this time, the Cat Protection Society  is beginning to wonder what they’re  going to do with the dog. They knew they  would need to find him a home. But how?  NO PROBLEM!! we told them, we have the perfect family.  Our contracted maintenance man, Bob & his wife Linda, have always had shelties and we knew they would be a perfect fit. And, they were!!  Our “stray” sheltie who initially weighed 11 lbs and was close to death, is now “Tipiteau” a 27 lb. handsome and healthy sheltie who is living in a loving home where he is spoiled rotten.

This success story is very rewarding to us. Our doctors and staff are dedicated to doing whatever it takes to help all of our patients.  Every time we see “Tipiteau” we just say WOW!! What a difference 1 year makes. Thank you  to the Cat Protection Society for rescuing this animal in need and contributing to his well being.  Thank you to Bob  & Linda for providing this once neglected and helpless “stray” a wonderful  fulllfilling home.

WHAT A LUCKY DOG !!!

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