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Male Baby Maine Coon

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Emmett (bonded to Glinda)

Domestic Short Hair

Emmett is a sweet, playful, friendly boy. He loves to chase his tail in the bathtub, and watch the water go down the drain in the kitche... show more

Emmett is a sweet, playful, friendly boy. He loves to chase his tail in the bathtub, and watch the water go down the drain in the kitchen sink. He will happily follow you around and meow when he feels it’s playtime. Anything can potentially be a toy or game, from a hair tie to a drawstring, although the best toy by far is the feather wand. This quirky kitten also sits like a frog with his back legs splayed out which is so cute! He was the runt of his litter, but his long legs and extra long tail make up for it. His unusual orange eyes and big ears make him look inquisitive and alert. Glinda is a calm, gentle, and sweet cat. She likes to be in the same room as you, and can often be found lounging on her back near the front door so the wind can ruffle the fur on her belly. She will knead biscuits on you forever while purring. She loves to play with the feather wand, and will chirp at it until she “catches” her prey by sitting completely on top the feathers. Her stunning yellow/green almond-shaped eyes and extra long whiskers are so pretty on this mellow girl. This sweet mom-and-son duo are quite bonded to each other. They like to sleep together, play together, and groom each other. They mimic each other’s behavior, and Glinda is always looking out to make sure Emmett is ok. They can often be found looking out the window together, or sleeping by the open screen door together. They love to be in the same room as their humans, and are very eyes on with their environment and surroundings. They don't like to be picked up or held, and prefer to find their way onto the couch next to you or cuddled up on the bed at night when they decide they want to. They aren't fussy eaters (although they LOVE their raw food), and are clean and tidy with their litterbox. This pair would be a great addition to a low-key household. Interested in adopting? Please visit our website at www.thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org to fill out an application and view our weekly scheduled adoption events. Questions? Email us at info@thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org. show less

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Glinda (bonded to Emmett)

Maine Coon

Glinda is a calm, gentle, and sweet cat. She likes to be in the same room as you, and can often be found lounging on her back near the f... show more

Glinda is a calm, gentle, and sweet cat. She likes to be in the same room as you, and can often be found lounging on her back near the front door so the wind can ruffle the fur on her belly. She will knead biscuits on you forever while purring. She loves to play with the feather wand, and will chirp at it until she “catches” her prey by sitting completely on top the feathers. Her stunning yellow/green almond-shaped eyes and extra long whiskers are so pretty on this mellow girl. Emmett is a sweet, playful, friendly boy. He loves to chase his tail in the bathtub, and watch the water go down the drain in the kitchen sink. He will happily follow you around and meow when he feels it’s playtime. Anything can potentially be a toy or game, from a hair tie to a drawstring, although the best toy by far is the feather wand. This quirky kitten also sits like a frog with his back legs splayed out which is so cute! He was the runt of his litter, but his long legs and extra long tail make up for it. His unusual orange eyes and big ears make him look inquisitive and alert. This sweet mom-and-son duo are quite bonded to each other. They like to sleep together, play together, and groom each other. They mimic each other’s behavior, and Glinda is always looking out to make sure Emmett is ok. They can often be found looking out the window together, or sleeping by the open screen door together. They love to be in the same room as their humans, and are very eyes on with their environment and surroundings. They don't like to be picked up or held, and prefer to find their way onto the couch next to you or cuddled up on the bed at night when they decide they want to. They aren't fussy eaters (although they LOVE their raw food), and are clean and tidy with their litterbox. This pair would be a great addition to a low-key household. Interested in adopting? Please visit our website at www.thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org to fill out an application and view our weekly scheduled adoption events. Questions? Email us at info@thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org. show less

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Sunflower

Domestic Short Hair

Sunflower is 6 months old. This girl is a stunner with a very sweet personality. She loves sitting on your lap while you work or watch t... show more

Sunflower is 6 months old. This girl is a stunner with a very sweet personality. She loves sitting on your lap while you work or watch tv, and she has a precious little meow when she wants your attention. She is highly selective about her people. Once she decides you're OK, she is very affectionate and outgoing, but she is wary of strangers. That unfortunately means that you probably won't see her delightful personality at first; you'll have to give her a little time to warm up. If you are willing to give this girl a try, you will wind up with an extremely loyal feline that is decidedly YOUR CAT. She of course has a playful streak, and loves interactive toys and chasing her brothers down the hall. She gets along well with other cats, and I think she would probably prefer living with another cat. However, I think she is ultimately more people-oriented and could be happy in a single-cat home. Interested in adopting? Please visit our website at www.thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org to fill out an application and view our weekly scheduled adoption events. Questions? Email us at info@thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org.Interested in adopting? Please visit our website at www.thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org to fill out an application and view our weekly scheduled adoption events. Questions? Email us at info@thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org. show less

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Theda

Maine Coon

Theda is a very sweet mama cat. She loves to purr and make biscuits, and she will curl right up with you at night! She was living on the... show more

Theda is a very sweet mama cat. She loves to purr and make biscuits, and she will curl right up with you at night! She was living on the street with her babies before a good samaritan brought her in, and she has been grateful ever since. Theda has tested positive for FELV. A cat diagnosed with Feline Leukemia (FeLV) is still an ADOPTABLE cat. Tigre must be adopted in to a home without other cats, into a home with other FELV positive cats, or with his mama Theda, who had also tested positive for FELV. What, then, is FeLV? FeLV is a virus that weakens a cat’s immune system, predisposing it to certain infections, severe anemia, and potentially leading to cancer. Although it is NOT transmittable to humans, dogs or other non-feline pets, before adopting a FeLV positive cat, ensure that you and your vet are “on the same page”. Whereas some vets warn against it, others are fully sympathetic and supportive of the idea. And these vets will be your best allies. Of utmost importance, when adopting a FeLV positive cat, is to always keep that cat indoors — whether as your only cat or with other FeLV positive cats. Some cats can even fight off the virus and become immune to it. Others can be healthy carriers that never get sick themselves but can still infect others. While the disease CAN be managed, even going into remission, flare-ups are always a possibility. Most FeLV positive cats are likely to live a shorter life than other cats, and 85% of persistently infected felines will die within three years of diagnosis. However, regular vet check-ups and good preventive health care can keep your cat feeling well for some time and protect it from secondary infections. Twice-yearly physical exams, lab tests and parasite control can both prevent complications and identify problems quickly. While there may be no cure for the virus itself, secondary infections can be treated promptly if and when they occur. And so, despite the fact that a FeLV positive cat may not use up all of its fabled nine lives, living a loved, pampered and protected one may be just what the vet ordered. (Excerpt from The Animal Guardian Society). Interested in adopting? Please visit our website at www.thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org to fill out an application and view our weekly scheduled adoption events. Questions? Email us at info@thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org. show less

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Tigre

Maine Coon

Tigre is an extremely sweet and loving boy. He's only 8 months old and already over 10 lbs! He's such a doll and everyone that meets him... show more

Tigre is an extremely sweet and loving boy. He's only 8 months old and already over 10 lbs! He's such a doll and everyone that meets him falls in love. Tigre has tested positive for FELV. A cat diagnosed with Feline Leukemia (FeLV) is still an ADOPTABLE cat. Tigre must be adopted in to a home without other cats, into a home with other FELV positive cats, or with his mama Theda, who had also tested positive for FELV. What, then, is FeLV? FeLV is a virus that weakens a cat’s immune system, predisposing it to certain infections, severe anemia, and potentially leading to cancer. Although it is NOT transmittable to humans, dogs or other non-feline pets, before adopting a FeLV positive cat, ensure that you and your vet are “on the same page”. Whereas some vets warn against it, others are fully sympathetic and supportive of the idea. And these vets will be your best allies. Of utmost importance, when adopting a FeLV positive cat, is to always keep that cat indoors — whether as your only cat or with other FeLV positive cats. Some cats can even fight off the virus and become immune to it. Others can be healthy carriers that never get sick themselves but can still infect others. While the disease CAN be managed, even going into remission, flare-ups are always a possibility. Most FeLV positive cats are likely to live a shorter life than other cats, and 85% of persistently infected felines will die within three years of diagnosis. However, regular vet check-ups and good preventive health care can keep your cat feeling well for some time and protect it from secondary infections. Twice-yearly physical exams, lab tests and parasite control can both prevent complications and identify problems quickly. While there may be no cure for the virus itself, secondary infections can be treated promptly if and when they occur. And so, despite the fact that a FeLV positive cat may not use up all of its fabled nine lives, living a loved, pampered and protected one may be just what the vet ordered. (Excerpt from The Animal Guardian Society). Interested in adopting? Please visit our website at www.thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org to fill out an application and view our weekly scheduled adoption events. Questions? Email us at info@thecatsmeowanimalrescue.org. show less