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Fezzik

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FEZZIK

Breed: Domestic Short hair
Gender: Female
Age: 3 1/2 years old
Size: Small

Energy Level: Low
Litter trained? Yes
Kids? No thank you! Fezzik is looking for a calm family that is not very social to join
Cats?  Nope! 
Dogs? Definitely no thank you! 
Medical Needs: Awaiting for her first vet check up, moving forward finishing this round of vaccinations then yearly check ins.

About Me:

Hi I'm Fezzik!

I have been at the shelter for a little while now and am finally starting to feel more comfortable with the staff and volunteers here.

I am a sweet and sassy type of gal that likes to be the boss of the house.

I need a home with no other animals, as well as a home that is okay with not getting any new animals once I am in it.

I spend lots of my day napping on the high perch of my tower. I LOVE feeding time, truly my favorite time of the day
is breakfast then my next favorite time is dinner.

I like head and chin scratches and a nice lap to sit on, please don't touch my belly though.

I can be a gentle, but sometimes I'm a little cheeky and like to be a little rough. This is usually during play and was probably reinforced when I was younger by having humans play with their hands as toys. I will need time, patience and kindness while I learn that being rough during play is not okay.

The love, warmth, food, water, and cozy beds they have given me make me feel happy and I am becoming much braver.
There’s been a lot of changes in my life recently and I would very much like to be adopted by people who understand
that time and patience, combined with love and respect is very important for me.

Please be patient with me while I gain confidence and start to show my true personality.

Keep an eye on my profile as I'm sure things will change the more they get to know me.

 

My Purrrfect Match

- Provide me with as many beds/napping spots I may wish for in my forever home – preferably with a view and some sun!
- Understand that I may need a little bit of time to settle into my new surroundings
- Provide me with endless hours of play or cuddles, whichever I prefer!
- Give me space when I've had enough cuddles and play
- Is ready for the 10+ year commitment
- Enjoys the company of sassy girls
- Keep me safe, enriched and healthy
- Continue to monitor my health throughout my life

-Give me lots of time to feel comfortable with you and my surroundings.
-Someone who understands that I might not want to cuddle or be touched all the time.

- Give me a safe home forever and ever

My Story:

I had a loving family, a owner that loved me dearly, but knew I needed more. My mom wanted to make sure that I'd be given the best care, she made the tough decision to surrender me to WAG to ensure that I'd find a home that will spoil me and love me forever.

If you can't adopt at this time, please consider donating towards my care while at WAG.

Cheese & Crackers

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CHEESE & CRACKERS

Breed: Domestic Short hair's
Gender: Females, Cheese is the Tortoiseshell and Crackers is the dilute
Age: Approximately just over 1 year old
Size: small

Energy Level: Lower energy through the day, very playful and active at night
Litter trained? Yes
Kids? Potentially older children
Cats? No
Dogs? No
Medical Needs: none

About Me:

Cheese and Cracker's came into WAG's care together, and that's where they are most comfortable, with each other.

The ladies we don't have much history, they are most likely sisters that had little to no contact with humans. They did not enjoy the company of WAG staff or volunteers, they mostly spent their days hiding away, then at night time when the shelter was empty, they felt more confident to explore.

They have been moved into a foster home to help them gain confidence and have been doing great! They went to the vet and did so well! The vet let us know, that even though they were clearly frightened, they were brave and great little patients.

A little update from their foster mom:
They are very playful with each other. Cheese is the braver one. Crackers has a loud purr when she's relaxed. They both also love to play with the toys with me.

They are both still very quiet  natured and non reactive (like the vet said) until they are ready to play! They get super curious when I sit there long enough and they love to fetch for treats.

No purring from Cheese yet!
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Personality - both girls love to play. Any wands or little nice they go crazy for. They also love to play together. They love to sleep together too.

Cheese now loves being pet. Her ears have a cute little curl at the tip now that she's comfortable.

Crackers still isn't quite ready to be handled but she likes to cautiously hang out with me in the office and when she's comfortable she just sits there and purrs. She's more of a night owl still so she's most comfortable with me being around early in the morning or late at night.

They love treats - they will even chase them when they are feeling frisky! So far they are eating well and using the litter properly.

The girls are exploring the house more. Mostly the upstairs but they venture downstairs to the living room.
 Crackers is active during the day and when I'm around she follows me and just wants love - she will flop on the floor belly up for pets (unless she's playing with cheese). Crackers is a bit more easily spooked than Cheese but she also a bit more curious.
Cheese loves to nap during the day! She has a hut looking out the window and Crackers goes in there with her. She also loves to play and watch me and follow me to see what I'm doing.
They don't meow at me but they chirp at eachother and sometimes at me. They are full of purrs.
They are still cautious and coming out of their shells so I'm trying to figure out their personalities still.

My Story:

Unfortunately, we can't be sure of the girls life before coming to WAG.

They were noticed by concerned citizens, who knew that they needed to get them inside before the winter came in full swing. They were able to bring them to WAG, where the girls have had a chance to go to the vet and are gaining more confidence daily in a foster home.

 

Shy cats and rehabilitated feral cats usually have a long stay at WAG, donating to their care helps WAG always ensure that we have a spot for these special kitties. If you can't adopt, please consider donating.

Weezy

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Weezy

Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Gender: Female
Age: Senior
Size: Medium

Energy Level: Low, I am a very affectionate kitty!
Litter trained? Yes
Kids? With proper Socialization, Supervision & Separation!
Cats? Due to having FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis) I can never live with other cats. 
Dogs? Yes I would love a friendly dog friend!
Medical Needs: Has FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis). This is ultimately fatal, but I am looking for a home who will give me the best of what time I have left! I am still feeling good 🙂

About Me:

Hi, I’m Weezy!

I am a senior lady who was surrendered to WAG with a few health problems, but that has not stopped me from being the playful, affectionate, cuddle-loving kitty I am!

I tested positive for FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis) Though this is not curable and can result in further complications as my life goes on, I am a happy, playful, affectionate kitty! As a result of the FIP, I also have a viral respiratory infection, which makes me a little, well, wheezy! Though it will never fully go away, my symptoms have decreased dramatically and I am feeling great.

 

My Purrrfect Match

  • Be ready for a senior cat with chronic and life long health problems.
  • Will care for me throughout my golden years
  • Has a quiet home where I can be doted on!
  • Loves to cuddle
  • Has no other cats, no visiting cats, and very limited exposure to other cats

My Story:

I was surrendered to WAG as I was quite sick, but after receiving supplements and medication, I am feeling so much better! Though my medical issues are incurable, I deserve to spend my remaining years in a loving home.

I can’t wait to find my forever family!

If you can't adopt at this time, consider donating to WAG's Critical Care Fund, so we can continue to take in animals like Weezy.