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Emi
Emi

Emi was adopted by Michael and Nadja on 5-12-12. Emi pretty much made herself at home from the very beginning. Emi didn't have a lot of room at her foster house. So I'm sure she is loving having so much space. Nadja says she loves to play and has a squeaky mouse and feather toy that are her favorites. She's not a lap kitty, but she loves to sit beside them and be petted. She loves to go where the people go! Emi also likes to sleep on the desk and loves to sit on the highest level of the cat tree. Thanks so much, Michael and Nadja, for giving this girl such a wonderful home!

Eleanor

Eleanor was adopted by Carolyn on 10-29-11. Eleanor didn't care too much for other cats and was so happy immediately when she came to live with Carolyn. She did well from the beginning. However, just a few days after bringing Eleanor home, Eleanor had thrown up and and wasn't eating. Carolyn took her to the emergency room. They gave her some anti-nausea medication and in just a few days she was doing well. I'm so glad Carolyn loved this baby enough to do that. Carolyn says Eleanor is very peppy. She's feisty when Carolyn comes home, and she jumps in Carolyn's lap. She sleeps with Carolyn also. Eleanor loves her ball with the bell and runs and chases it, also her fish on a strong. Carolyn is so happy with her, and we're so happy with Carolyn for loving this girl so much! Thanks, Carolyn!

Emily
Emily

I have had such incredible and wonderful adopters. Please do not be offended all of my wonderful adopters when I say that Emily is my most successful adoption story. Emily was found as a three-pound adult with a dog bite and bad infection. I nursed her back to health and she was a pretty jolly cat when first at my house, but then she became very intimidated and unhappy with a multi-cat household. Emily never did well at adoptions. She was moody and scared of the cats around her. It basically became useless to take her to adoptions. If a cat can't go to adoptions, it lowers their chances of being adopted by about 99 percent. Unfortunately, just about the only cats that get adopted from the website are kittens. I pretty much knew Emily would never get adopted. I had her for 3-1/2 years. She is a wonderful cat if she is not around multi, multi cats. Jennifer, Emily's adopter, had to put her 18-1/2-year-old cat down. She was going to wait to get another cat, but her sister saw Emily on my website, and Emily looked a lot like Jennifer's cat PJ, only PJ had long hair. Someone came to look at Emily about a year ago at my house, but she became frightened and acted like a really wild cat. I prepared Emily before Jennifer came over, and Emily actually did quite well. I took Emily to sweet Jennifer's house Monday night, October 12th. Emily is actually doing quite well nine days later. Emily and Jennifer are a match made in heaven, and Jennifer's home is a dream home for a kitty that was going to be sentenced to living at my house, stressed by my other cats, and wanting to and never being able to sleep in the bed with me because she wouldn't stand up to the other cats. Emily has her own person and her own bed every night now and is taking advantage of it. This is what dreams are made of for a cat rescuer. There are many other cats at my house just like Emily who do not show well at adoptions. People don't believe you when you say, "They're really very wonderful at home, just shy, and especially very shy at adoptions." They just don't believe you, even though I know EVERYTHING about the cats' personalities. I hope these wonderful cats will have a chance one day through a miracle (since they don't go to adoptions) like Jennifer. Thanks, Jennifer! You really did save a life!

Emily
Emily

Tortoiseshell Emily was adopted on 12-5-09 by Henry and Doris Shaw. Henry and Doris had had to put their old kitty down, who was a bed buddy for Doris, and they were looking for another bed buddy. Well, they could not have picked a more perfect kitty than Emily. Henry said they are crazy about Emily and they love her so much and she really filled a gap in their lives. He said she was like a light in their lives. They are just thrilled with her. Little Emily was so lucky the day she went home with Henry and Doris!

Elvis & Priscilla
Elvis & Priscilla

Elvis and Priscilla were adopted on January 18th, 2009, by Anne and her two wonderful daughters, Amy and Natalie. Elvis and Priscilla's new names are, very appropriately, Sugar and Spice. Anne, Natalie and Amy built Sugar and Spice a wonderful playroom, and they are adjusting beautifully. They will also have a nine-month-old Labrador Retriever to play with. Sugar and Spice are thrilled with their new home and people!


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