We often get updates from adopters and we love them. In response to our newsletter today, we received three updates already. Thank you and please keep them coming!
Ivan (now named Dexter) - Russian Blue Mix Kitten
Dexter is doing great. I just wanted to thank you so much for all your help with him. He's an amazing cat and a fantastic addition to our home. He's insanely talkative, playful and gets along surprisingly well with all of our house guests, considering the online info about Russian Blues. I'm sure this has to do with the kids in Stacey's house. She's got a good socialization thing going there. He's far more affectionate when there's only one person home though, which is fine. We recently had some friends visit from California that are allergic to cats and they were fine. Now they want to find a Russian Blue too.
Vera (now named Coco) - wonderful adult tabby
It's been almost a year now since we adopted Coco (aka Vera). We can't imagine our lives without her. She is so loved!! She adores being on the screen porch when it's sunny and hanging out with the kids wherever they are in the house. She's gotten used to our lab, although Coco will never be in love with her, much to Marlie's disappointment. Thank you again for such a wonderful kitty and for all of the good that you do!
Pebbles (now named Maddi) - Shy calico kitten
I adopted Pebbles (we now call her Maddi and she knows her new name) in late November/early December. She has totally became a much loved member of the family with her other furry siblings (Max, Ranger and Moka). She is a love! She purrs all the time and loves to be pet and cuddled (except when she wants to play). She'll play with anything that moves and it's quite comical sometimes. She has the run of the house although her safe place is behind or under the big leather chair. She hides from Max who just wants to chase and catch her - she's not really fond of that. I can honestly say she is the best cat ever! We love her so much. Thank you for all you do for all the cats and kittens and for rescuing our Maddi!!! I have attached a recent picture of her.