Tuesday, April 17, 2012

PostHeaderIcon Oliver in Warren, and Ophelia in Wyandotte

Oliver is a 9-year-old gray and white tabby currently at the Pet Adoption Alternative Warren. He's looking for a forever home that's quiet and calm, without small children. He would love to live with an older person or couple. Oliver loves to cuddle, and he especially like to sleep in his owner's arms if allowed. He's healthy, neutered, and front declawed.

Ophelia is a senior black and white domestic shorthair (DSH) cat available for adoption from Wyandotte Animal Control. Her name means "help," and that's exactly what she needed. When she was found curled up in an alley, she was so weak that she could barely lift her head. Somehow, she managed to cry for help when someone saw her and checked on her. She was starving and almost fatally dehydrated, but TLC saved her life and gave her hope for the future, making her a much happier kitty. Now Ophelia hopes someone will care enough to give her the loving forever home she deserves. If they help her, she'll return the favor by giving them her love and companionship.

If you'd like to learn more about either or both of these wonderful pets, please see their Petfinder pages.


welcome to my world of poetry said...

Lovely cats, though all the animals you show are wonderful.


Francene Stanley said...

How sad that someone would mistreat these wonderful creatures. I hope you find them loving homes. I live too far away. This is a great way to use the April challenge. Blog on!




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