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Thursday, April 27, 2017


Salina is a truly amazing little girl. She is generous with her enthusiastic head bumps, snuggles and kisses!
Her eyes sparkle with curiosity looking out the window at the birds and squirrels.
She enjoys her own little windowside cat castle where she naps in the sunshine. 
Her eyes sparkle as she leaps from her favorite plastic box to bounce on a toy or jump up onto the book shelf to explore.

We are happy to have this precious little cat join our family. 

Sunday, April 16, 2017


Winslow is doing fantastic!! His brothers Phantom (great dane) and Nick Nick (kitty) absolutely love him. Introducing Winslow to them went amazingly well, they all just love each other. Winslow is still in to everyone's business!!! We call him "the mayor!!" 

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Honey, now known as Juniper Honey Bee Russell

My family and I adopted Honey, now known as Juniper Honey Bee Russell, and we have absolutely fallen in love! She is still a bit skittish but is warming up to us and loves to get scratched behind the ears and under her chin. Juniper's four legged siblings love her too, Faith, our dog, loved her from the minute we came in the door with her. Her big brother cat Mr. Professor Mittgonegal, (aka Mittens) took a little longer to come around but is now being a good big brother and enjoying his new playmate! He even shares the dog's bed, which he has claimed as his. Thank you so much for the wonderful work you do rescuing animals! 


Bebe continues to do wonderful.  She is really warming up to us and is quite affectionate. I think she likes her new home.  

Monday, April 3, 2017

Niley (a.k.a. Ebony)

Not even a week has gone by and Niley (formerly Ebony) has settled in!  She’s 13 months and truly the baby of the family getting pampered by the everyone.  Her favorite human is our daughter who she sleeps with at night.  Niley loves her seat in the picture window where she can watch t

he birds eat suet and hunt worms, and see the squirrels “go nuts”.