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Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Brown Tabby

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: August 2013

Freda found herself at a county animal control. She is super outgoing and social, but according their policy, she had a strike against her: she was FIV+. Sadly, they are not allowed to adopt out FIV kitties. But they knew exactly who to call: Good Mews! We have no such policy and we also have no problem finding loving homes for our FIV cats. We have done our homework and we know FIV is no big deal! So we gladly took this little talker in.

Yes, Freda is a talker! She knows what she likes and she does not hesitate to tell you all about it. She’s hungry? You better believe you will hear about it. She wants some attention? Don’t even try to walk by her without giving her the attention she is asking for. She’s ready to snuggle? When she starts telling you, you better sit down and be prepared to be loved on.

Freda is very social and once in a home, we think she will be even more outgoing. She will have someone’s undivided attention then, so she will probably come up with a lot more to say!

Freda is FIV+, but don’t let that scare you!  FIV+ cats can live long and healthy lives.  They can also live safely with FIV negative cats.  FIV is spread through severe bite wounds, so it is important that your kitties get along.  To learn more about FIV, please read the articles under the Advice tab on the website.


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Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: White

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: March 2008

Gonzo was abandoned at our shelter and we are not sure why. Obviously we are not 100% sure where Gonzo lived before he come to Good Mews, but our guess is he was a street cat. Gonzo still gets scared in new situations and hasn’t begun to trust people completely yet.

Gonzo lived in a foster home for several months while Good Mews transitioned into the new building. There his foster mom began to see Gonzo’s personality emerge. He enjoys wet food and treats and can be vocal about “asking” you to be quick about it! With time and patience Gonzo learned not to be afraid of toys. With slow movements he can be enticed with wand and feather toys. When left to his own devices he very much enjoys a good roll with a cat nip toy or a game of chase with a feline companion.

Gonzo may never snuggle on the couch with his person but he will keep you entertained.  And he’s a gentle giant where other cats are concerned and will always be glad to snuggle with another cat. His current love is fellow Good Mews resident Sophia but he won over all the ladies in his foster home.

We would love to find Gonzo a home with someone who will give him the time he needs to settle and adjust. There are people out there that love to adopt cats like this so they can take the time to work with them. They know the end result is a huge reward. Besides, they know cats like Gonzo deserve a loving home as well.

If you are this kind of person, please come by and meet Gonzo and consider taking him home so you can work your magic.

Because Gonzo and Sophia are very bonded, they are looking for a home together.

A generous donor has paid his adoption fee!

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

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Larger Photo(s) of griffin

Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Orange

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: March 2007

Beau and Griffin are fabulous boys. The brothers are super handsome, sweet, and kind. Anyone would be lucky to have such great cats as part of their family.

The boys lost their home when their family could no longer care for them. They have spent their whole lives together and get a long great, so they are required to be adopted together.

They are a little overwhelmed with shelter life and can be somewhat timid, but they will adjust quickly in a new home. They seem to be getting along fine with the other cats, so they would do well in a multi-cat home but would also love a home where it can be just the two of them.

Hopefully they will get a second chance at a happy home soon. They are sure to bring a lot of joy to the right family.


Larger Photo(s) of gypsy

Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Gray Tabby

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: February 2014

A loving home? We don’t think this is not something Gypsy has ever experienced. Her first attempt found her at a county animal control. She was adopted from there, only to have either gotten lost or abandoned. When someone found her, they brought her to a vet clinic. Because she had a microchip, attempts to contact her family went unanswered, so eventually Gypsy came to Good Mews. And to be honest, she seems just fine with that! Maybe she heard through the grapevine that if you had to be a homeless kitty, the best place to be would be Good Mews.

Gypsy is a great cat. She is quiet and super sweet. She loves pets and will rub her face against yours, trying to claim you as her own. She may act a little shy once she goes to a new home, but will warm up quickly.

We are hoping Gypsy does not have to wait long for a home. We want her to know that not all homes are alike; there are loving ones out there. Sometimes you just have to be a little patient.

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