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Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Black and White

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: December 2012

If you are looking for a new boyfriend or girlfriend, stop by and meet Haley; she would love to give you some tips on how to find one. She is the master when it comes to flirting. And boy does it work! Haley will walk right up to someone, drop down, roll over and show off her belly. And of course everyone’s heart melts.  She will also rub all over you and give you head-butts. This girl knows how to work it!

For some reason Haley found herself at an over-crowded animal control. She kept throwing on the charm to everyone she met, but sadly nobody adopted or rescued her; until Good Mews came along. We thought Haley was the sweetest girl ever so we were not going to turn our back on her. We snatched her up and told her not to worry, we would find her that special person she can love.  But we don’t think we will have to do much work when it comes to finding her a home. She has it covered and will work her way into someone’s heart real fast.


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Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Grey

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: June 2012

Hugo is a big, handsome guy that was living his life as a stray in an apartment complex.  When he decided he had enough of outdoor living, he became friendly with a couple of nice girls and wrapped them about his big paw. They kept him warm and fed until Good Mews had space. Now Hugo is ready for a life of pampering and lounging around with a family that will love him.

Hugo is a funny guy that likes to grunt when you pet him. He enjoys the company of people but is not very fond of sharing his space with other cats. Hugo would probably enjoy living in a home with no other felines to compete with.

So if you are looking for a nice single cat to join your family, please consider Hugo.


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Breed: Domestic Medium Hair

Color: Brown Tabby

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: May 2010

Handsome and sweet-natured, Iggy is a bit shy around people. He loves other cats, and will follow the lead of the ‘top cat’ in the group, becoming more curious and playful as he relaxes. He loves to play, but prefers quieter, one-on-one play with balls or string toys. Iggy loves the company of other cats and cannot be the only cat in the household. He likes to be petted, but finds new people and situations a bit scary and needs time and patience to adjust. Iggy would love to be adopted with his sister, Kiwi, his mom, Michelle, or another one of his great pals at the shelter.

A generous donor has paid Iggy’s adoption fee!

Iggy 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 the Giving to GM tab.

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Color: Flamepoint Siamese Mix

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: April 2014

Jake is a great guy; he’s super handsome, sweet, loving, and has a meow that no one else can compete with-a tiny little kitten squeak! Now who can resist that??

Jake is a young guy but his life almost ending prematurely. In his previous home, he was having litterbox issues, so he was brought to the vet to be euthanized. The vet knew Jake had a lot of living left to do, so he did not go through with it and instead, contacted Good Mews to see if we could take him in.

Jake checked out medically, so not sure what caused him to start avoiding the litterbox. We have not witnessed him doing it at the shelter, but he will need a patient adopter willing to work through any issues if they were to arise.

We do know he does not seem very thrilled with sharing his new home with several other cats, so maybe a home where he can be a single cat would be best. He would probably also do well in a home with one other cat. In his previous home he did live with other cats and dogs and got along well with them. But to avoid any unnecessary stress to try to keep litterbox issues at bay, he probably should not live with several other pets.
Jake is wonderful and we are so happy we were able to give him the second chance at a happy life. Hopefully he will be able to find a new home real soon!

Jake is front declawed.

Declawed: Yes

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