100: Adoptable pets at Ontonagon County Animal Protection

 

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Shelter:

Ontonagon County Animal Protection
[ 906 869-9291 ]
[Ddodobird@aol.com]

Annie [more info]

Annie “Not Oakley, but close…” Annie is a lovely blue creme calico who came to the shelter as a stray. Annie is a sweet kitty, but she knows her own mind and will let you know if you’re annoying her. She’s not happy spending time in a cage, even though she does have hours of free time at the shelter. She’d much prefer having a home of her own where she can move about as she pleases. (What self-respecting cat wouldn’t?) Annie was tested for feline leukemia (negative), spayed, and has had all her shots. The only thing left to make her life perfect is for someone to take her home.

Nadia [more info]

Nadia is an older kitten, less than a year old, that looks very much like a Russian Blue but without the emerald eyes. She’s very sweet and quiet loves to be held and snuggled. She only recently came to OCAP as a stray. Nadia tested negative for feline leukemia and has been spayed and vaccinated. She would appreciate a home and loving family, because the shelter is a scary place for her.

Jolene [more info]

Jolene was living outoors on her own in the Rousseau area from about Memorial Day 2013. Some kind people were feeding her, but the woods are a dangerous place for a cat so she came to the shelter. She tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus, is spayed, and has been vaccinated. Jolene is a very lovable kitty who likes to snuggle. She’s finding the confinement of the shelter difficult after all that freedom and would love a home of her own

Aislinn [more info]

Aislinn Aislinn (pronounced Ash-leen – it’s Gaelic) was born in the wild and came to OCAP in July 2013 with her two brothers, Rory and Liam. Because she’d had no contact with people during the first two months of her life, she’s shy and prefers to come to you for attention rather than being picked up on your terms. She has a beautiful blue and cream coat and is very affectionate once she knows you. Aislinn tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus, is spayed, and has had all her basic vaccinations. She should become more and more comfortable around people as time goes by. If you’re looking for a kitty that likes to be around you but doesn’t expect constant attention, lovely Aislinn could be the one.

Calico [more info]

CALICO This pretty, young female came to OCAP when her family could no longer keep her. She’s a quiet kitty with a sweet disposition and loves one-on-one attention. Calico tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus, has had her basic vaccinations, and is spayed. She would love to say goodbye to the shelter and hello to a new home for the holidays.

Kittens [more info]

KITTENS These sweeties are just some of the kittens currently being fostered. They’ll move to the shelter when they’ve had all their vaccinations and are a little more confident around people. OCAP has eight kittens in foster care that should be ready for adoption before Christmas. Most of them came from outdoor living situations and need a little more time to adjust to this new lifestyle. Keep the shelter in mind if you’re thinking of adding a kitten to your family.

Loretta [more info]

Loretta is a sweet kitty who was living in an outdoor situation and spent time with a foster mom to learn that people are OK. She tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus, has had her basic vaccinations, and will be old enough to spay in January or February, the cost of which is covered by her adoption fee. Loretta has a brother named Whitley who is also ready for his forever home. If the two are adopted together by the same family, they’re eligible for OCAP’s two-4-one adoption fee. They are also eligible for the $25.00 special adoption fee for black and white cats that is in effect through January 2013. Both are affectionate kittens who love to purr and head butt to show they like you.

Whitley [more info]

Whitley is a sweet kitty who was living in an outdoor situation and spent time with a foster mom to learn that people are OK. He tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus, has had his basic vaccinations, and will be old enough to neuter in January or February, the cost of which is covered by his adoption fee. Whitley has a sister named Loretta who is also ready for her forever home. We call them “the twins,” although Whitley inherited the Raggedy Andy nose common in his extended family. If the two are adopted together by the same family, they’re eligible for OCAP’s two-4-one adoption fee. They are also eligible for the $25.00 special adoption fee for black and white cats that is effective through January 2014. Both are affectionate kittens who love to purr and head butt to show they like you.

Patsy [more info]

Patsy is a sweet dilute calico kitten that came to OCAP from an outdoor living situation. She was in foster care for a time, and her foster mom says she’s a gal with spunk and attitude beneath that cherubic face. Give her a fur mouse and watch her go! She's a lot of fun and will make someone a fine kitty. Patsy tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus and has had her basic vaccinations. She will be old enough to spay in February, the cost of which is covered by her adoption fee.

Kaitlen [more info]

Kaitlin is an affectionate Calico who came to the shelter when her mom died. She’s cautious around other cats, but she loves attention from people. She’s a gentle soul that wants very much to leave the shelter for a home where she’ll be loved and can live out her life. Kaitlin tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus, is spayed, and has had her basic vaccinations. All that’s left is to find her a loving home

Mariah [more info]

Mariah is a very affectionate long-haired female that loves people but feels other cats are beneath her. She looks a little disheveled in this photo, but we just woke her up. She came to OCAP as a stray, and it’s pretty obvious that someone loved her in her previous life. She enjoys attention and pushes her head into your hand to show just how much. Mariah’s spayed, front-declawed, and tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus. She’s also had all her basic vaccinations and is ready to be adopted and put this chapter of her life behind her.