Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Indigo and Sarah Davidson

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Indigo and Sarah Davidson

“I had many cats growing up,” Sarah says, “but Indigo is the first kitty of my own. When I adopted her, her name was India, but being a graphic designer who loves color, I changed it!
“In my search for a low-shedding cat, I learned that not only are Siamese low shedders but they’re also very smart and social, and so I inquired about India. A Furry Friends volunteer told me that she had been returned more than once for being too chatty and for sometimes biting. ‘She just needs to find someone who wants to talk to her all day,’ the volunteer said.

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Annie and Nicole Lygo

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Annie and Nicole Lygo

“After the death of my beloved senior cat, Adelaide, I decided I needed a new friend,” says Nicole. “When I saw Annie’s picture on Petfinder, she was exactly what I was looking for: a younger cat with short hair and plenty of time left. When we met at her foster home, she immediately came up to me and demanded pets, and once her carrier was put out, she hopped right in, ready to go!

Hercules & Starsky Hit the Jackpot

Hercules & Starsky Hit the Jackpot

Hercules (now Henry) and Starsky (now Eddie) hit the “Jackpot of Homes” when they were adopted by Chris & Diane in September 2020.  When released from their carriers, the first thing Henry and Eddie did was run about the house.  They ran around all night as if to say, “We’re free!  We’re safe!  We’re home!” 

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Tecate and Sara Kirk

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Tecate and Sara Kirk

“Tecate (formerly Cognac) is my first cat and I love him so much,” says Sara. “He’s made me happier than I could ever have imagined and I’m lucky to have him in my life.
“We recently celebrated his first birthday and I look forward to celebrating many more birthdays with this little cutie. He’s also been leash/harness trained, allowing us to go on walks together outside, which is so much fun!

Tiger Lily finds her perfect home

Tiger Lily finds her perfect home

Beautiful Tiger Lily came to Furry Friends as an extremely introverted kitty.  This beautiful gray kitty with the marmalade dipped tail had a hard time adjusting to her new routine at the house.  So, we put her in her own cage and made her off limits to everyone except the feeding/cleaning crew and a couple of socializers.  Restricting her care to just a few people seemed to be what she needed. 

CRICKET’S SECRET

CRICKET’S SECRET

Beautiful two year old Cricket came to Furry Friends from her original owner who had to make a life changing move and couldn’t take Cricket with her.  The loss of her owner and because she hadn’t been around other cats since kittenhood was very hard on Cricket.  This poor girl reacted by hiding in a cubby in her enclosure in the blue room.  All we would ever see of her was her big round eyes at the back of her cubby.

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Chomper and the Garvers

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Chomper and the Garvers

“Chomper was the seventh addition to our family,” Jaimie explains. “Since then, we’ve added two more kitties for a total of nine!

“Appropriately named for the way that she ‘chomps’ on everything, we naturally kept her original name. She even has her own Instagram account chomper.roo., while several of her nicknames include li’l Chomp, Chomperoo and Chomp Chomp.

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Ravenpaw and the McCanns

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Ravenpaw and the McCanns

“My boss at work is Jaimie Garver, your new president,” Helen says, “and I got to know Furry Friends through her. When seven-month-old Ravenpaw came into the shelter, she posted on her Facebook page a fundraiser for his vet bills with videos of him bravely trying to pull himself around on his front paws, while having two seriously broken back legs. He must have been in a lot of pain, but he still wanted to play!

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