April 8th, 2013 Update from Molly’s foster family:
Molly. An almost eight year-old cat with a lot of fur and a very sweet personality. She has been put in many houses and stores and would like to settle in a forever home. She grew up with her two brothers (Muffin and Gingin, already adopted) and decided she doesn’t like other animals. She has the softest, silkiest coat I have ever seen but she will not let you brush her tummy. She has big green eyes and a long tail. From my research she is a Ragdoll or a Norwegian Forest Cat breed. Molly is a very jumpy cat who absolutely adores her owners because whenever I get home she rolls over onto her back exposing her tummy. Molly does not like to be picked up, put on people’s laps or have clothing put on her (Grrrrr!!) . Within the year I’ve fostered her she has gone from a cat that when she hear’s the doorbell she would run under the bed, to a cat that will stay and see who it is and if she likes you comes and lets you pet her. The perfect home for Molly would have no other animals, a sun deck or balcony, no very young children, somebody to cuddle her, have plenty of room for her to explore and and opportunity to go outside. We are sure Molly will be adopted into a forever home!
Note – Molly’s original bio: Molly grew up with two of our recently adopted cats, GinGin & Muffin. Molly is still looking for her forever home. Her previous Mom had to let her and her siblings go because she has to travel out of the country and can’t take the kitties with her. Molly was adopted as a kitten and is currently in foster care with a family that includes an 11 year old girl. Molly absolutely adores her new foster family and has really taken to her new human “foster sister”. She purrs and rubs against her human “foster sister” and seems to like living as an only cat. Right now Molly is just settling into foster care and learning to relax and trust again.
Molly has been spayed, fully vaccinated, treated for worms and fleas, and tested negative for FIV and FeLV. If you would like to adopt Molly, please fill out our application here:GVAC Cat Adoption Form or you can email us for more information: email@example.com
Update from Cole’s foster family April 8th, 2013:
Cole is doing wonderfully! He is quite the snuggler and enjoys snuggling especially when we have food or laptops on our lap. He seems rather interested when I’m wearing my glasses and frequently pushes his face up on them (while they’re still on my face). He is quite the personal space invader. He sleeps in bed with us too, we have convinced him not to sleep on us. He really likes to play with catnip toys and loves running from room to room and then creep back around the corner. I think he is having lots of fun at our house!
Cole is a wonderfully spry 10 year old. He loves to sit close by and enjoy human company with the occasional foray into a lap. When the mood strikes Cole likes to replay the indy 500 and tear around the house. For an old man he still loves to play like a kitten. Cole would be a more appropriate addition to a household without young children.
Cole has been neutered, fully vaccinated, treated for worms and fleas, and tested negative for FIV and FeLV. If you would like to adopt Cole, please fill out our application here: GVAC Cat Adoption Form or you can email us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bamboo has been neutered, fully vaccinated, treated for worms and fleas, and tested negative for FIV and FeLV. If you would like to adopt Bamboo, please fill out our application here:GVAC Cat Adoption Form or you can email us for more information: email@example.com
Update – it was discovered that Darby (the grey tabby) is diabetic. His wonderful foster dad, Steve, is giving Darby his shots and making sure that his insulin levels are monitored at all times.
Darby and Loki are 7 years old and have been together since kittens and are a bonded pair. They were returned to GVAC after being adopted out to the same family. They are healthy and happy. The foster home says that they both need time to trust, but after just 2 weeks, they come out and purr and rub and knead. You can actually hear Loki purring under the bed. He is a big orange tabby with a little stubby tail. Darby has come out and lies on the bed with you and will purr and be very content if you pet and rub his face. He is easily brought out now with Temptations. Both these boys are friendly but just a bit nervous. They haven’t met the lab/shepard down stairs yet, but they grew up with 2 big dogs, so I am pretty confident they will be fine. If you adopt these boys you will get a lifetime of purring and loving.
Can you find it in your heart and your home to give these boys another chance at a happily ever after?
Darby & Loki have both been neutered, fully vaccinated, treated for worms and fleas, and tested negative for FIV and FeLV. Darby is diabetic.
Simba Update – September, 2011
Simba is a big lynx point Siamese X Long hair with blue eyes and a very easy-going nature. A gentle cat who is more interested in being petted than chasing things and playing, Simba doesn’t need much to be happy, except for insulin, thanks to his diabetes.
To stay healthy, Simba needs an injection twice a day and diabetic food. Both of these things are affordable for most people, and his amazing personality more than makes up for the extra bit of care required. His diabetes has been under steady control for over a year, and in terms of behavior and spirit he’s no different than any other cat. He has a lovely foster home, but would like to find a permanent home somewhere where he could have lots of company.
If you are interested in adopting SImba, you can see more of him on his youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/KittyCatDiabetes. GVAC is still supporting him, so you can also make a donation to help keep him in needles and insulin, food and vet care.