Kandinsky and Warhol

One year later - from feral to lap cats In the summer of 2020, we rescued a dozen cats that ended up being far more feral than originally described to us. When you bring feral cats into an indoor setting, it can lead to unique challenges ... but sometimes it turns out they're not that feral at all! We received this wonderful update from Kandinsky and Warhol's mom, who says it's like they've forgotten they were anything but lap cats. We're so glad someone gave…

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Dovey and Winny

Rescued from Georgia It's #RememberMeThursday, an international social media day of awareness for the millions of adoptable pets waiting for their furever homes, so prepare for lots of cuteness today! To start the day off, we want to begin with a happy tail from some of our ADOPTED success stories - Winny (formerly Gwenny) and Dovey! These twins had a long journey from a shelter in Georgia to our SPCA before they found their forever home and were adopted. Now these cuties are adored every…

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Zuko, formerly Jack

Jack, now named Zuko, was a very scared and shy cat at the SPCA, so much so that we thought of offering him as part of a pair of barn cats, but then he showed some signs of remembering humans. A wonderful family took a chance with him and brought him home, and this was the adoption update they sent us recently: "I adopted Jack back in May and what a new experience he was...He hid underneath the kitchen sink for 3 weeks and only…

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Twig & Smudge

Twig and Smudge are a bonded sibling duo that recently went home and sent an update. Here is what their family had to say: "They are acclimating well with my husband and me. It will take a little longer to acclimate them with our other kitty Tiger. They lay on our bed and soak up the sun. They love looking out of the windows. It seems they really had not received much attention in the past, especially Twig. But they are getting used to it…

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Ducky

Ducky, the gray tabby on the right with the big tomcat cheeks, is happy to be accepted for cuddles in his family of cats! Ducky has always been perfectly content to snuggle but maybe a little oblivious to minding the space of his new siblings; fortunately, after a few months, he can now get the cuddles he has been wanting with his brother, Fred! Happy tails, Ducky!

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