Chautauqua County Humane Society
Fannie is a young girl, just 1 year old, with unique, blue-cream coloring. She is also a special cat because she has been picked by staff and volunteers to be on the top 10 list of cats. These special cats are available for a reduced adoption fee of $40. Fannie is just as sweet as can be. She has been at the shelter since May 2008.
Come see her today at 2825 Strunk Road in Jamestown.
Lakeshore Humane Society
Here's a colorful cat to brighten up those gray days! This pretty orange male has a wide vest of pristine white fur, a white muzzle and detailing on his paws. With his green eyes, he makes a picture-pretty cat.
Found in a culvert as a small kitten, Snuggles was adopted but lost his home when the owners had to move. He was adopted again, but he and another dominant male in the household didn't get along. They say, "Third time's the charm," so Snuggles is looking for a new home which doesn't have any toms to compete with. He would be great as the only cat, or in a house with females.
This cat is about 4 years old, neutered and up to date on his shots. He is quiet but playful, and will add a lot of brightness to your life. Call 672-1991 to inquire about meeting him, or visit us on the Web to fill out electronically or to download an application at www.lakeshorehumanesociety.org.
"Hi! My pal, Randall, and I got to wandering and next thing you know, we were at NCCR, so now I'm looking for a new home. While I'm afraid I haven't had much training, you can be sure that I'm friendly with everyone. I can't be left out loose because I will follow my nose and get into more trouble. There are three of us Beagles here, so if you like Beagles, you might want to meet all of us, as we each are special in our own way. Or if you prefer another breed, there sure are many choices here to pick from."
You can see all of the Beagles at www.caninerescue.org or for more information, call 326-PAWS.
Westfield Stray Cat Rescue
Caleb is everything a 3 1/2-month-old kitten should be. He's lively, curious, occasionally mischievous, very loving and always entertaining. But Caleb also has a problem. When he was found, only one of his four legs worked the way it should. The vet said it looked to be a birth defect and it wasn't known if he would be able to use his legs so he could walk. Caleb is a fighter, though, and with exercise and physical therapy, he now walks, runs, jumps and climbs with only a limp. He uses all four legs and paws and this endearing kitten is ready to go to a forever home. He will be a delightful addition to any family.
If you would like to meet Caleb or any of the other cats available for adoption, call 581-0463 to make an appointment. The cats will also appear at the "FFFfFT" (First Friday in February for Felines Tonight) fundraiser on Feb. 6 at Sapore's Restaurant in Westfield. Call for more information.