Sunday, August 4, 2019

Cat of the Month: Cinderella


Please meet: CINDERELLA

  Siamese & Dilute Tortoiseshell Mix Adult Female, Medium Buff/Tan/Fawn

Poor Cinderella was abandoned at Paw Parent, and is now with Feral Paws Rescue Group. Her mom moved to a new city and the place she moved to wouldn't allow cats, but she promised to find a place that would allow her to take Cinderella back. Unfortunately that never happened and her mom has been MIA. Shortly after her arrival Cinderella got very depressed. Because she was a single cat, she does not like to live with other cats! She had been at Paw Parent several months and she still had not adjusted to sharing the space with other cats. People on the other hand she adores and loves to snuggle in their lap. With her beautiful blue eyes and stunning and very unusual coloring she is a looker! She is about 4 years old, spayed, micro-chipped and up to date with all her vaccines. She tested negative for FIV and leukemia.She's ready for a second chance at a new safe and loving forever home.
Wouldn't you please make her day and take her home?
She would love to become your new best friend!
If you've fallen in love with Cinderella:
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Paw Parent Animal Sanctuary
Thank You for your wonderful donation of food to our Rescue!

Monday, July 22, 2019

KRLM Story: Buttons

Buttons!
"Buttons was surrendered to CCSPCA, a high kill shelter, with the request from the surrendering owner that the cat be euthanized for health reasons! Buttons is a male cat, six years old, who was adopted by the past owner from the CCSPCA Shelter. He is a beautiful Manx (a breed born without a tail), with long hair, who loves dogs and other cats. He has the sweetest personality, and is a great lap cat who is very vocal when around people.
 
 The CCSPCA Rescue Coordinator called Feral Paws prior to him being assigned out to be euthanized. The Rescue Coordinator explained that the request to have Buttons euthanized was due to..."   READ MORE:  CLICK HERE


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Monday, July 8, 2019

Cat of the Month: GIBBY

Please meet:  GIBBY

Gibby  is a 1 1/2 year old female, rescued from Tulare Shelter.
She is fully vetted. Super sweet and loves attention from adults and kids.
And although she's not friendly at the start with other cats, 
she will warm up to them in a short period of time with no other issues
Friendly toward dogs. Very clean and good with the litter box.

If you've fallen in love with Gibby, please:



Sunday, June 9, 2019

KRLM Story: All About Bob!

All About Bob!



"When Bob was brought to the shelter, and as soon as the staff saw him and how loving and friendly he was, not to mention being a big cat that wouldn’t really be comfortable in a kennel, they allowed him to walk around freely. The staff said that Bob made the rounds of the cattery daily with them, and soon became a bit of a distraction with shelter staff wanting to love on him, and he was certainly demanding the attention and getting it. So, our rescue was contacted..."
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Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Cat of the Month: SOPHIE


Please Meet SOPHIE

I'm a 2 year old, female, chocolate cream Siamese
I am fully vetted and micro chipped
I was rescued from a high-kill shelter in Tulare
I like other cats and dogs
and I love human attention, being held & loved on!
My fur markings are amazing to see
and my eyes are beautiful, too.
Come see me in person and I know we'll love each other.

If you fallen in love with Sophie


Sunday, May 19, 2019

KRLM Story: Lucy With a Happy Ending




LUCYby Paula Hunsaker


Lucy With A Happy Ending!
"Lucy is a Maine Coon cat that came to our Rescue as an owner surrender. Lucy’s owner passed away several months back, and Lucy was still living in the home alone. The daughter of the owner was dealing with the closing of her mother’s estate. When the estate was almost closed, the daughter contacted our Rescue about Lucy being surrendered to us. The daughter has dogs and they don’t like cats, so Lucy going to her home was out of the question. As usually happens when an owner passes, cats like Lucy can become withdrawn and shy. Also, the daughter explained that Lucy being surrendered to a kill shelter would for sure be the death of this wonderful cat."
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Lucy with her new family...jus' chillin'

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