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Breed: Domestic Medium Hair

Color: Torbie

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: April 2009

Michelle is a beautiful, sweet-natured torbie rescued from Lake Lanier in 2010. She had a congenital defect in her left eye, but had surgery to remove the eye while in foster care and has completely recovered. She is very friendly with other cats and loves people, but it takes a while to earn her trust. She is extremely playful and loves to be petted – especially on her back and tail - but does not like to be picked up or held. She adores her kittens, Iggy, Kiwi, and Boomer (born May of 2010) and loves to play with them. Boomer has been adopted, but Iggy and Kiwi are still at Good Mews. Michelle would love to be adopted with one of them, especially Iggy, but she gets along exceptionally well with all the other cats at Good Mews. She would make an excellent companion for a young cat or kitten. She cannot be the only cat in the household.

A generous donor has paid for Michelle’s adoption fee!!

Michelle is currently in foster care. If interested in meeting her, please email adopt@goodmews.org

Michelle is in our Kitty Keeper program and sends out quarterly updates on how things are going at the shelter. To read more about our Kitty Keeper program, click on our Giving to GM tab.

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Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Tortie

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: March 2012

There are a lot of die-hard tortie fans out there. We wonder if there is such a thing as a “Tortie Fan Club”? We have had a lot of tortie cats come through Good Mews and we certainly know why people are drawn to them. They have wonderful, unique personalities and are a lot of fun to be around.

Mocha is no exception. She is a sweet girl that loves attention. She can be a little shy at first, but once she gets to know you, look out! She loves to be petted and will rub all over you and give you head-butts.

Mocha somehow found herself homeless and wandered into the perfect yard. The owner of the home did not want to see Mocha outside, where it was dangerous, so she took her in and provided her a home until Good Mews had space.

Now Mocha is at Good Mews, waiting for that special family to fall in love with her and take her home. So hey, tortie fans..come by Good Mews and visit Mocha. We know it will be hard for you to leave without her!


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Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Brown Tabby

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: March 2010

Mona is a big, sweet girl that loves to watch people with those beautiful eyes of her. Mona was turned into animal control, where she sat for four months, waiting for someone to notice her. Not sure why nobody did, because she has a flirty personality and when she sees someone, she makes cute little happy sounds. Sadly, she started to get depressed, so when Good Mews went to animal control to pull some cats, we wanted to help her. She is a very sweet girl that deserves a loving home of her own.
She is playful and loves to play chase. She would really benefit from a home because she is a big girl and could stand to lose a little weight. So now that she is out of a cage and able to walk around and run, hopefully some weight will come off. But she would do so much better in a home. She loves attention and will make a wonderful companion. So if you are looking for an outgoing cat to join your family, come by and meet Mona!


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Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Brown Tabby

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: March 2012


Monet was adopted as a kitten in 2012 and was sadly returned when she began having litterbox issues. Monet did not have these issues until an additional cat was added to the home, so it was most likely due to stress and territorial insecurity.

Monet is a very sweet cat, but is shy and stressed at the shelter. She would really benefit from a quiet home where she can relax and feel safe. She loves people and enjoys being petted. She is also playful and likes her toys.

Monet is hoping she will get a second chance at a loving home.  She would do best in a quiet, low-stress home. She would probably also do better as a single cat where she does not have to compete with anyone else and be showered with all of the attention.

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