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Adoptable Cats

harry

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Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Brown Tabby with White

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: July 2013

Harry’s mom, Prudence, was a stray kitty living in an apartment complex and was being fed by a Good Mews volunteer. She trusted him and would go up to him for head-scratches and food. One day he noticed she was gaining weight, and then she disappeared. When she finally came back, she had two kittens, Harry and Sally, in tow.

The volunteer did not want this sweet family to live outside, so a foster home was found until Good Mews had space available.
While in their foster home, they adapted quickly to domestic life. They loved their food, toys, scratching posts and an open window.

Harry is very outgoing and adventurous. He is playful, funny and affectionate. He will never pass on a good nap in someone’s lap. Harry is great fun to be around and he showed Prudence and Sally how to have fun with people. He is also a little mischievous and has been known to stick his head in a bag of popcorn to retrieve a kernel to play with.
This precious guy also loves treats and will eat a whole bag if you are not watching.

Harry will be a little shy in a new home, but will quickly come around. He gets along great with other cats but would also love to be adopted with his family members!

Havana

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Breed: Domestic Long Hair

Color: Siamese Mix

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: April 2012

What a beautiful mother, daughter pair! Cohiba, the mother, is a very pretty tabico, and her daughter, Havana, is a gorgeous Siamese mix with tabico markings. You can definitely tell they are mother and daughter.

They also have very similar personalities. They are both pretty vocal and will call out to you to come and pet and love on them. They also like to rub on you and give head-butts. Cohiba is more tolerate of being held, as Havana doesn’t like it as much.

Both will be a little shy once they move to their new home, and Havana may do a little hissing, but once they settle down, they will be perfect companions.

Cohiba and Havana lost their home when a new family member was allergic. When they first came to Good Mews, they had to be spayed. They were separated for a few days and when reunited, you could see the very special bond that they shared. They instantly cuddled together and started grooming each other. Watching them together will really melt your heart. Because they are so bonded, they must be adopted together.

Huckleberry

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Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Color: Black

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: April 2012

Huckleberry is a very sweet girl that would love a home of her own. She and her two sisters were found in a mall parking lot and were brought to a vet office. Once space became available at Good Mews, they came to the shelter where they would have a better chance of finding a home.

Both of Huckleberry’s sisters have been adopted, and now she is waiting for her special someone to come through the door.

She is a very nice and outgoing cat, but tends to be a bit shy at first. Once she gets to know you, she will welcome attention. She enjoys being petted and will even crawl in your lap for some one-on-one time. Huckleberry would make a wonderful companion, so come by and meet her soon!

A generous donor has paid Huckleberry’s adoption fee!

Iggy

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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. For right now, it would be best for Iggy to be adopted with his brother Boomer or his mother Michelle, but as he adjusts to life at Good Mews and becomes more comfortable, he will probably be fine with another feline companion.

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