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My cat Lovette needs a home. The future here is uncertain, and if I lose my apartment, he won’t have anywhere to go. All the no-kill shelters in my city are full.
I live in CA, but I know an organization that does cross-country pet transportation. We can figure out the details if you get in touch.
Lovette is an extremely sweet-tempered tom cat of 3 years. He’s been neutered, but he has a few health issues. I’ve been fighting his tapeworms and fleas since I got him last year. He got a deworming earlier this month and I haven’t seen signs of worms since, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re gone, since they came back after the last two dewormings.
He also has asthma, and can’t be around cigarette smoke or fumes. He has a runny nose, too. Sometimes he needs reassurance to eat. He has a habit of trying to bury his food.
But Lovette is a good cat. He’s snuggly, affectionate, and always purring. Sometimes he’ll just sit next to you and gaze lovingly at you, content to be near you. He’s playful, too: He’ll get restless if you don’t play with him every day. His favorite toys are Q-tips and peacock feathers. His fur is plush and soft like velvet.
He can be a little timid. He runs from loud noises like garbage trucks. When he’s stressed he sleeps a lot, and picks a spot in the house and hides there for a while.
I really want him to end up somewhere he’ll be safe and happy.
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These two pups are named Shentea and Diamond. They are in desperate need of a foster home, and if none can be found before the end of the week, they will likely face euthanasia.
Because their previous owner claimed that they were wolfdogs. They are not. They are likley German shepherd/husky mixes, and now their lives are on the line because of misrepresentation.
I’ve offered to foster these two if no other option can be found, but if you or anyone you know may be able to lend a hand, PLEASE contact me ASAP. They currently in Klamath Falls, Oregon, but I can help with transportation if need-be.
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