49421 – Elizabeth
Why choose me?
Update 9/26/18: We can’t say enough good things about Elizabeth! She’s talkative, affectionate, and she also loves the company of other cats/kittens! Elizabeth arrived at the shelter with her sisters – Lydia and Jane – at which time all three of them resided together in a free-roam Interaction Room, where they could look out the window and move around freely. Now that Lydia and Jane have been adopted, Elizabeth is a bit lonely and tired of being cooped up in a kennel. She really just needs someone to adopt her into a home! This lovely lady will do well in most any household, including one with children and/or other pets. Won’t you consider adopting her into your home and into your heart today?
Update 8/25/18: Jane was adopted! It’s just Elizabeth who is looking for her fur-ever home. Elizabeth is an animated young lady, who loves attention and enjoys the company of other cats. She’s also quite a talker! We hope that you’ll consider adopting her, as she’s quite lonely without her sisters. We know that she’ll do well in most any home, because she’s very relaxed and confident. Consider adopting Elizabeth today!
Update 8/14/18: Lydia has been rescued. Jane and Elizabeth are still available and are located in the Free Roam Cat Room!
These three young ladies came in together after each of them had kittens! They are a perfect example of why it’s so important to spay and neuter your pets. Their previous owner went from having a handful of cats to suddenly having three moms and three litters and far more cats than any one person could handle, so the moms and their babies ended up at the shelter. The kittens have now been weaned, and now it’s time for their mommas to find a home.
But on the good side, these three girls are very social. They get along great with other cats, especially each other, and you couldn’t ask for sweeter kitties. They’re all living together in our interaction room right now (which they love!), and when you walk in to see them, they’ll immediately run over to greet you. The white cat (who has gorgeous multi-colored eyes), will stand on her back legs to say “hi,” while both of the black cats will promptly fall over at your feet begging for attention.
I really can’t say enough good things about these friendly girls, so don’t miss out on your chance to adopt them. You can adopt one or more of them, and while we know they’d do great together, we’re also sure that they’d blend well into just about any family. Apply to adopt them today!
Rescue groups - sponsorship funds are available
Thank you sponsors!
Helen – $15
Kristin – $10