April 6th, 2015

Jamie Jamie 2

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Jamie is a 9 year old american cattle dog
about 40 lbs, good health, friendly, sociable, moderately trained
She was a rescue from the humane society and because of her breed she had 3 different homes and was at the HS for 9 months
She is good with male dogs, is female aggressive, is good around children with close supervision only,
she does not have a license, does not do well on a lead, has been living in a single person house with a fenced yard
she does not chew or dig and can remain alone for 12+ hours
she is very affectionate and has been raised as a companion so she gets on furniture and sleeps with me.
For more information contact Scott at  503-235-7698  or  mckenzie8592@yahoo.com





April 1st, 2015

Buckle

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I’ve had Buckle for eight years, and I think she is about ten years
old.   She is an American shorthair tuxedo cat with lovely, expressive
eyes.   She is chubby, about 12 lbs. even though she doesn’t over-eat
(I always measure her food every day), and is in excellent health.
She has been indoors only.

Her personality is very sweet and quiet.   She doesn’t meow at all, and
only uses her voice a little to remind us when it’s time to be fed.
She is very shy and hides in a cupboard or closet when we have
visitors.   Sometimes we ask where she is and she has been in a closed
closet all day, and then she happily steps out and has lasted all day
long without making a mess.

She doesn’t hop onto laps, but snuggles herself up alongside me when I
am laying down and is a very comforting, purry pet.   If someone she
doesn’t know tries to pet her, especially a child, she will sometimes
swipe with her claws and scratch.   She has never bitten.   For two
years she lived along with another female cat, and Buckle used to roll
and show her tummy submissively to the other cat who was a little mean
and hissy.   We ended up keeping them separated, but the other cat had
never gotten along with any animals.   Buckle has no experience with
dogs.   With outdoor cats that come to our door, she hisses defensively
but I don’t think she would know how to attack/defend herself.

The original shelter she came from had given us the wrong information
packet, so for seven years we thought Buckle was a boy!   Now that we
know she is a girl, it makes a lot more sense with her personality.   I
got Buckle because my daughter begged for a cat and fell in love with
Buckle at the shelter.   Now of course, it has always been mom (me)
feeding, cleaning and looking after her.   I have MS and I find it
increasingly stressful to care for an animal.   I would like to find a
safe, loving home for her.   She is more attached to me than to anyone
else so this is very sad for me.

She is not up to date with shots, so I would be happy to provide a
credit for the cost of shots for the new owner.   She has a microchip
from the original shelter, but I am concerned that since they gave us
the wrong information packet, the microchip needs to be re-registered.
She is spayed.   She doesn’t mark urine anywhere.

Thank you for reading. For more information contact Harriet at  anotherhatsie@gmail.com.






March 13th, 2015

leroy

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Leroy is 10 years old about 45 pounds. He loves people and prefers a home where someone is around most of the day as he can get a bit vocal when left home alone. He is good with kids but hasn’t spent much time around them. Leroy loves food. He has never lived with another dog but gets along with them very well. He also loves kitty friends once he gets used to them. Leroy is a total lover and snuggler and is looking for someone to be his forever home. Contact libbi1111@gmail.com to meet Leroy

 






February 18th, 2015

Bagheera

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Bagheera has a heart of gold. He is eager to please his human, adapts well to new environments and new people, is an amazing snuggle buddy, and he plays fetch like a pro.

He’d do really well in a home where he can luxuriate in his human’s presence, exercise moderately (game of fetch a day keeps the boy happy), and then rest his big ol’ head in your lap while you chill out on the couch.

He knows a lot of basic commands like sit, stay, chill (lay down), off, drop it, leave it, sit pretty. He is really well trained around food. He will sit looking at his human waiting patiently for meals and won’t eat the food set out before him until given the ok. You can take his bowl away mid meal and he’ll sit down and wait for you to give it back. He has no food or toy aggression/possessiveness.

He LOVES people. He does not currently live with children but has been around infants and toddlers at a daycare facility and has been around young children at a preschool.

He is, however, more selective when it comes to other dogs. He will react aggressively with some dogs at the park, especially if a dog tries to hump him. The reason he needs a new home is because he has twice injured the 8lb dog he lives with.

When he joined our family he came with a hip problem. He walks and runs fine, but will avoid putting too much weight on that leg. Too much running or hiking can irritate it, but he does need mild to moderate exercise to keep him happy.

He needs a home with a fenced yard. Adults and children over 10 years. No other animals in the home.

Bagheera is turning 4 years old this year, 57lbs, neutered, and up to date on his shots. He will come with his medical records.
If interested please contact tjbosco@gmail.com





January 13th, 2015

Gatz

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Hello, my name is Gatz – a pretty fancy name for a little kitten!   It means salt  in Basque because when I was adopted at 6 weeks I was white as salt.   As you can see now, I have developed some tiger stripes that fit my energetic and playful personality.  
After being adopted from a farm, I was raised as an indoor kitty and now at 6-months am potty-trained and play well with other cats.   I just found out that I have FeLV and because my other kitty friends at my current house aren’t infected, the vet recommends that I find a new family that either wants me to be an only indoor kitty or has other FeLV+ playmates.  
 
I love cuddling up with you while you’re reading or chasing toys around the living room and hope to find my new family oh so soon.  For more information contact Amanda at  amanda.gonser@gmail.com.





January 8th, 2015

Muenster

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Hey guys my names Muenster and I’m one dapper 6 year old dude. You can stare into my big blue eyes and I’ll stare right back with love and affection. I’m mostly a mellow man but I have moments of energy and excitement where I gotta just run and have fun. I get along with mellow cats and dogs but crazy ones forget it they just rub me the wrong way. People are cool, any kind, they don’t bother me. Give me my space and I’ll keep it but approach me and love me and I’ll take it baby, especially someone trained in the fine art of kitty petting! I’m just a little shy is all. On a side note, someone decided it would be a good idea to steal away my front claws, my only source of protection on the streets, so I’d prefer to chill indoors and just kick back in the safety of my home. I also live with a fine lady cat named Tiger Lily who’s looking for a sweet home, her profile is up on the website as well. We can roll together to our new pad or go our own ways, but if the option to stick together is there please let us know cause we get along just fine. Anyways keep me in the loop and have a wonderful day!  For more information contact Ben at  benjoh2os@gmail.com.






January 8th, 2015

Tiger Lily

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Tiger Lily is my name and being sassy is my game. I’m 5 years old and know what I want with my new family. I’m looking for a home with a male cat or cats or dogs or neither, doesn’t matter just no female kitties because for some reason I just can’t seem to see eye to eye with the ladies. As for humans I like em all, big and small! I enjoy my independence but when I’ve had a long day I enjoy a warm lap to snuggle up on if the feelings mutual. I’d prefer a home that allows me my outdoor freedom, if the block is quiet of course, but just as important I also need my indoor sanctuary to relax and hang with the family. My housemate Muenster is looking for a new home as well, who I like to lounge with from time to time, but if need be we can part ways. With that said if desired we’d enjoy sticking together if someone out there is looking for two cool cats. His profile is posted on the website too.   Anyways keep me posted and enjoy yourself!  For more information contact Ben at  benjoh2os@gmail.com.






December 26th, 2014

kitten

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Adorable kitten saved from a tree. Total love bug, but she hates other cats. She adores dogs.

We spent the money to get her fixed up, and spayed.
She is ready to go. For more information contact Jason at  timesbold@hotmail.com.






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