Artemis is looking for a home! No one came to claim him, so now this friendly fellow is looking for a new family. He came in with a badly broken leg. He is so much happier now after he had surgery to have it removed, thus removing his constant source of pain. He actually moves around now rather than just laying around most of the time. He is a snowshoe flamepoint Siamese cross. (His front legs are white, and he has some white on his muzzle. They will become more pronounced as he ages and his orange points darken.) He is about 6 months old. Artemis is super sweet! He is a very affectionate kitty.
His adoption fee includes his neuter, age appropriate vaccinations, a negative feline leukemia test, wormings, a fecal float to check for intestinal parasites, and topical flea/mite preventative (Revolution.) If you are interested in adopting him, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853 or stop in during open hours. (M-F 3-7 and Sat 11-1) Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, you are always welcome to stop in and play with the critters during open hours, no appointment necessary.
Jingle, Dec. 26, 2017.
Jingle, March 3, 2018.
Look who is finally ready for a new home! Jingle has had quite the long and painful battle with infection in her short life. She was brought by someone in to the shelter with a bad bite wound to her shoulder, which we were told he had known about for at least several weeks before bringing her in. You could smell her across the room. She was oozing white goo all down both sides as it erupted from several sites over her back and shoulders. She was taken to the vet, had her wounds expressed, and sent home with antibiotics. She got better, but not fully healed. The infection kept recurring, requiring more antibiotics and vet trips. Finally, on this last trip to the vet, she was sedated and underwent exploratory surgery at the wound site to see why it wasn’t healing. It ends up that whatever had bitten her had splintered off two pieces of her shoulder blade, which had then died and were causing the repeated infections. Once these were removed, Jingle has finally, FINALLY! been healing, after four months of on and off infection. Now that she isn’t always in pain, she has become playful and much more affectionate. (Though she is still learning that being touched in the shoulder does not equal pain.) I can tell she wants to be a total sweetheart. Is there anyone out there looking to complete Jingle’s story of triumph by giving her her happy ending in a forever home?
Jingle is still a kitten of around 8 months old. She will come spayed, up to date on vaccinations, wormed, tested negative for Feline leukemia, tested negative for worms with a fecal float, given an antifungal bath, and treated with a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution) all as a part of her adoption fee.
If you are interested in adopting Jingle, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or stop in during open hours, M-F 3-7 and Sat 11-1. No appointment necessary. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to stop in and play with the kitties and puppies. Socializing them and grooming then makes their stay at the shelter more pleasant, and helps make everyone more adoptable.
Archie needs a new home! No one came in to claim this sweet cat, so now he is looking for a new home. He looks a bit rough right now because when he came in, his fur was a solid mat, all the way to his skin in many places. He had to go to the vet to be sedated so that the fur could be removed; it would have been too painful to try while he was conscious, due to how extensive the matting was and the proximity to his skin. He feels so much better now that he’s shaved! It won’t be long before his hair grows out and his handsome, true self reemerges. Archie is a mature adult cat, probably at least five years old. He is very outgoing and friendly. He tolerates dogs, though will give a dog a good swat who gets in his face. He can be dominant with other cats, though that will likely diminish as his hormones go down after his neuter.
Included in his adoption fee are Archie’s neuter, age appropriate vaccinations, a negative feline leukemia test, a fecal float to check for internal parasites, wormings, and flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.)
If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or stop in during open hours, M-F 3-7 and Sat 11-1. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to stop in during open hours to play with the critters, no appointment necessary.
Cooky needs a new home! She is a very sweet and mild mannered young cat with the cutest little chirpy mew that she likes to speak to you with when you pet her. She is also a very sensitive cat who doesn’t like lots of activity and noise. She is easily intimidated by forward, outgoing, or overly playful cats. She gets along fine with other mild mannered cats who will leave her alone. She tolerates dogs that are not in her face too much. We are hoping to see her in a home sooner than later, as the shelter is an awfully busy place for her. We estimate her to be about 2 years old. She will be spayed, up to date on vaccinations, wormings, and flea/mite preventative, plus have gotten an antifungal bath, all as part of the adoption fee.
If you are interested in adopting Cooky, please contact the shelter during open hours (M-F 3-7 and Sat 11-1) at 507-644-3853, or else stop time anytime during those same hours. Even if you aren’t interested in adopting, we welcome visitors to come and play with our critters! They do so love the attention while they wait for a new home.
Nova needs a new home! She is a purebred silver bengal, bought from a breeder by her previous owners. She is about 4 years old. She is a sweet and spoiled princess of a kitty who still loves to play with little jingle balls and adores getting attention. She would love a new family to pamper her.
Bella needs a new home! She is a very sweet young patched tabby. Bella was born appx. March 2017. She is a social little talker who used to sleep on the bed with her former owner. She came in with her buddy Blanket.
If you are interested in adopting a cat from the shelter, please call or come in during open hours, M-F 3-7 and Sat 11-1. Phone: 507-644-3853. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, feel free to stop in and play with the cats, no appt. necessary!