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Alonzo Alonzo is a 2-year-old neutered male. He came to us as a transfer from a local pound. Alonzo is a very friendly cat, you can find him at the front of the cage waiting for you to open it and pet him. He enjoys being pet and of course a really good chin scratch. Alonzo is good with other cats, but we are unsure how he would be around dogs. He does not enjoy being picked up, and would prefer that his feet stay firmly on the ground while he gets his attention. If you’ve been looking to add a very handsome boy to your home, now is the time. Come visit Alonzo at the shelter, 527 Avonlough Road,
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Herman Meet Herman! He has been with us for 2 ½ months. Herman came to the shelter in rough shape. He had a hernia that needed repair, missing fur and eye infections. He has been in recovery and is now doing amazingly. At 5 years old, Herman has plenty of years of love to give. He is such a lover and just wants to be near people. He is fine with being held and LOVES to be cuddled by his human. He will hug you and head butt you trying to get all your attention. He is an easy going cat who seems to get along fine with another cat that is laid back and easy going. He does not want a young, playful
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Sidney & Bubbles Bubbles (left) is a spayed female and Sidney (right) is a neutered male, both are 10-years-old. They are a bonded pair and rely on each other for support. They can be a bit shy at first, and right now they are a bit scared at the shelter as this is a big change for them. They are both very sweet cats that just need a bit of time to get to know you. Sidney and Bubbles would really like to find a new home where they can enjoy the company of their new family. Because they are seniors and a bit shy, their new home should be dog and child free. They would also prefer to be the only feline friends
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