Meet Alexa! This pretty cat and her sister, Ally, came to HSMC through our clinic's TNR program. These shy girls were in foster care for a few months to help decompress and socialize, and they are ready to find their forever homes! They will take time to warm up to their new surroundings, but they are cat friendly and are looking forward to a quiet home where they can feel safe!
My name is Lita Ford! I arrived at HSMC after my owners abandoned me and my 5 siblings in our home. It has taken me a while to get comfortable with my new environment but I went to a foster home for some decompression, and am feeling much better. I am cat friendly-come and meet me today!
Meet Louis! He was surrendered to a local animal hospital after developing a UTI that the owner couldn't afford to treat. After being at the animal hospital for almost 2 months and no interest from adopters, HSMC was able to take him into our program. Louis underwent a dental treatment, bloodwork, xrays, and a urinlaysis to rule out medical concerns. He has been diagnosed with possible feline lower urinary tract disease. There is currently no evidence of stones, infection, or stress induced bladder infection. However, this may be something that will come back and cause issues. This is a very common problem in cats and is often caused by stress. Stress can be from other animals, people, moving, animals outside the house. Potential adopters should to Cat Urination Problem document included in his adoption folder. He should eat Purina EN (which can prevent some urinary crystals). After adoption, it would be ideal to have Louis on a prescription urinary diet (Purina UR). Over the counter diets will not work and he should have yearly veterinary exams to check bloodwork and urine. At this time he is not due for any further rechecks and is cleared for adoption! He loves people, is very laid back, and seems to enjoy the company of other cats. Come and meet him today! He also qualifies for our Senior for Senior Program!
Meet Sonny! Sonny was adopted as a kitten and unfortunately recently returned after the family started to have allergies to him. Since being back he his loving our free-roaming adult cat area and loves people. The former adopters did say that he loves children! Upon further medical evaluation, a mass was seen in his mouth and has been since removed. The biopsy came back benign. It is reactive tissue most likely from dental disease. This may recur and it would be beneficial for Sonny to have yearly dentals to keep the teeth clean. No further treatment is needed and he is cleared for adoption by our Wellness Director. Come and meet Sonny today!
Meet Tusha! This sweet young girl has all the love to give to anyone looking for a snuggle buddy. She'll be the first to greet you when you come home and isn't shy about speaking her mind. With an independent spirit she prefers a household to herself without other cats to compete for your attention and playtime. She'll be with you at the foot of the bed all through the night. She may be shy at first, but anyone willing to take the time to earn her trust will have a loyal and devoted companion for life. Her glossy jet black hair is accented by two tiny patches of white on her chest and tummy. Front claws were removed as a kitten. She is happy, healthy and litter box trained. Make no mistake, letting such an affectionate black cat pass you by would be the worst luck!
I am offsite in a Foster Home! If you would like to meet me, please schedule an appointment by calling 941-747-8808, ext. 305, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that we do NOT hold any specific animal for any specific person. All of our animals are available for adoption on a ‘first come, first serve' policy.