Last February we got an adoption questionnaire for 16 year old Raquel who lost her original home when her owner died. We were sure it was a mistake. Besides her age Raquel has a number of things going on that did not make her exactly what most adopters are looking for in a pet. She has a cataract,is allergic to fish, has a thyroid issue (so she requires medication) and has very little teeth left in her mouth. Her foster mom was convinced she would have her for the rest of her life.
It wasn't a mistake,her mom adopts older kitties with medical issues. She is an amazing person. Valentine's Day was Raquel's one year adoptaversary. She is doing great in her home. We were very happy to hear our Raquel is doing so well. Thanks to her mom for adopting a senior kitty with some health issues.
Fluffy young Max found his forever home this afternoon. In addition to his human family, he will have a couple of feline siblings, one of whom is a fluffy young tabby boy who looks a lot like him. We expect these two will be capable of causing much mischief!
Poor Buzz, no one came to adopt him today 😔😪😭. But we keep telling him his forever people will come to give him his forever home soon. In the meantime, this sweet one year old guy is living in the Petsmart in Monmouth Junction getting some love from our volunteers.