And again...too much cuteness. Take time to read the post....FIV and FeLV cats do make the purrfect pets!
Photos of Focus on Ferals Update:
Hello all! My name is Jacquleen and I adopted Riley (formerly Marsh) from FoF a week ago. He's an amazing kitty who loooves to snuggle AND play, which is an awesome mix. Although he has been diagnosed with FeLV, I took him to the vet and as of now, he's healthy as can be and all caught up on his shots. Thank you so much for helping provide such an amazing addition to our family! He is very much loved.:)
We have been blessed with many adoptions this month and a number of adoptions will be finalized in the next week! Sadly, Sherry is not one of them. She did her best today to catch anyone's eye and yet she is still waiting.......
We know Sherry's forever home is out there, please share this post and help us find it!
A home for the holidays......Our featured kitty is Sherry! She did a stint at PetSmart and sadly was not adopted :(FOF loves finding homes for any of our kitties but finding Sherry a home for the holidays is our number one goal this year!Sherry is a full-figured, grey tabby who keeps getting overlooked....Just because of her weight. That makes us sad. She is SUPER sweet and will squeak to get your attention. She will follow you to make sure she is any where your lap may be. She is a great listener and despite her appearance, she can shoot a ball around the room at lightening speed! PLEASE give her a chance!Sherry is a young adult around 2 years old. (June 2012) She is a Shelter Pull Kitty who is great with other cats.Don't rule out adopting someone who is already grown. They may be exactly what you are looking for!www.focusonferals.org/adoption-application