Happy Tails: Maud and Freddie

In 2019, my 19 year old cat and my 13 year old dog crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. These were hard losses; they were my bed partners, and that left me with one baby, CindyKitty. She was a feral cat about a year old which I had trapped, spayed, “vetted”,…

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Happy Tails: Lyra

My parents adopted a cat a couple of years ago from my friend who fosters for The Cat Network, so when I decided to add a furry friend to my household, I didn’t have to go far to find one – Lyra fit the bill. She likes to talk up…

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Happy Tails: Sammy

Nearly 5 years ago, we lost our first cat, Missy, to old age. During her 18 years, she made friends with everyone, even “non-cat” people. Since her loss, we’ve dreamed of having another black cat to keep our tortie, Allie, company. For the last 18 months, we’d been considering whether…

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Happy Tails: Charlie

Our family loves cats, especially those big orange and white male domestic shorthairs. In our experience, they are everything one could ask for in a cat. (There are special angels in kitty heaven named Spencer and Quincy that gave us that experience.) We weren’t really looking for a kitten last…

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Happy Tails: Ruffles and Rainbow

We adopted our first cat, a calico, in Oct. of 1980.  Our sweet little Callie lived to be 20 years old.  She was such a beautiful, mild-mannered cat.  We then adopted Molly who passed away at the age of 17 in October of 2017.  We adopted Abigail in September of…

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Happy Tails: Jessie

Hello, my name is Brendan. I am 13 years old and in 7th grade. I am an animal lover. As far back as I can remember, I have always had dogs around. Last year, my mom fostered a cute lovable cat for a few weeks. After that moment, I fell…

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Happy Tails: WD Wheeler

WD Wheeler couldn’t be more perfectly named. Not only is he a beautiful and svelte trapeze artist who can perfectly balance himself between any two stationary or moving objects, but he is brilliantly adept at playing with his robotic mouse or ‘Smarty Cat’ and fearlessly exploring his new home. WD…

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