Peanut is about 8 years old. He’s diabetic.
Monster is an 18 year old orange tabby who recently lost his human too soon.
Not only do we share our home with the cats, but we also have two goofy dogs to keep us entertained. Though huskies are labeled as rambunctious and high-energy (and these two certainly are), Comet and Scout are completely gentle with our beloved seniors.
On June 12, 2019, Spike crossed the Rainbow Bridge, ending his struggle against FIV. Spike was truly the most chill cat I’ve ever known. He was unperturbed by the hyper dogs, not troubled by the vacuum cleaner, and generally just happy to see you. Spike earned the title of Pope in the household, as allContinue reading “Rainbow Bridge”
On Saturday, May 25, 2019, Skittles crossed the Rainbow Bridge When you take on senior animals, this is frequent and inevitable. We loved her very much.
As a dilute tortie, Spell definitely embodies the ‘tortitude’ that many tortoiseshell cats are said to embody.
Shadow is the clever big boy of the group, who’s figured out how to use the dog door. We try to be indoor-only here, but far too frequently, I find Shadow waiting for me at the front door when I get home from a long day of work.
Snickerdoodle is the other half of the Tuxedo Twins, along with Sage. And like Sage, he spent a very long time in the shelter before I took him home: 6 months.
Bringing Sage home from the animal shelter was when I realized that I wanted to operate a rescue. Poor Sage had spent an entire year at the shelter. For some reason, no one was interested in taking on a friendly 12-year-old cat with no other health problems.