100: Adoptable pets at Ontonagon County Animal Protection

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Shelter:

Ontonagon County Animal Protection
[ 906 884-2500 ]
[jwolfe2@jamadots.com]

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.

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.

Kaitlin [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

Blueberry [more info]

Blueberry is on a special diet for digestive problems common to Ragdolls.