Ivan is a Seal Point Siamese who was sick when I got him from
animal control. Dr. Carmona took care of him the day after I got him and
he is now happy and healthy. He loves attention and will do anything he
has to to get it. He loves his milk rings,stuffed dog, and is a lap
cat. He also tries to open the fridge so I had to put child proof locks
on both refridgerator and freezer doors.
Nina & Greta
Nina is a Lilac Point Siamese and Greta is a Blue Point. They
are sisters. I purchased Nina and then decided to go back and get Greta a
week later.They sleep together and have a real bond that I have not
seen with my other cats. Nina is very vocal and loves her temptations
treats and Greta loves any type of cake with rum in it. She also loves
sponges and dishtowels. I believe she was a maid in a past life.
We got Josie from a pet store. She came from a litter of 6 and
when we saw her, she was alone in the cage away from her brothers and
sisters. The store owner said the other kittens wanted nothing to do
with her so that is when we decided to take her and give her a good
home. She loves lounging in her cat stroller and is very happy and
content in her senior years.
Simon was found in an empty apartment in waterford and I got him
from the animal control. Dr. Dwyer diagnosed him with mange and treated
him thereafter. He is happy and healthy now.
One of our neighbors cats kept having kittens and whenever this
would happen, they would put a sign out in their front yard saying "free
kittens". I was so mad that they had not gotten their cat spayed that I
went over to encourage them to do so. I ended up taking one of the
kittens who we named Asta . They did eventually spay the female cat and
since then I have not seen anymore signs!
Boris is a Seal Point Himalayan. We got him from a woman who
found him outside hiding under a porch. His hair was matted and he
needed a good home, so I was very happy to take him. He loves to be
brushed, he has his own pillow and he loves playing with plastic golf
We adopted Annika from North Hills about 3 months ago. She was a
feral kitten who with the help of the staff became less afraid and
ready to be adopted. She loves her new home and is totally spoiled. With
a little patience and love (and food) even the most stubborn kitty can
Wyatt & Leila
Wyatt, the Collie , and Leila, the Labradoodle are both rescue
dogs. Wyatt was adopted with a heart defect, which has been corrected,
and Leila was adopted from the Humane Society with hip dysplasia. This
was also surgically corrected. Both are now leading healthy happy