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Banni

Female Adult Domestic Short Hair
As an outside cat, Banni was attacked by a dog or a coyote and seriously injured.  In addition to needing wound healing, her front left... show more
As an outside cat, Banni was attacked by a dog or a coyote and seriously injured.  In addition to needing wound healing, her front left leg had to be amputated.  She has healed wonderfully. She gets around normally, rubs against her foster mom's legs, and easily jumps on a cat tree or over a baby gate.  Banni has adjusted to being a house cat like a duck to water.  She is very sweet, affectionate and mellow, loves a lap and sleeps under the covers in "her" bedroom.  Her foster mom suspects Banni would love to snuggle under the covers with her new owner.  Banni is a lean cat but it is not for lack of eating; she is food motivated.  Banni uses her litter box like she has done that all her life.  Banni is a bit wary of humans at first, but warms up quickly.  Banni probably would do well with other cats, but her foster mom's cats do not give her a chance.  (If not for that, Banni's foster mom would adopt her.)  Not surprisingly, Banni is wary of dogs.  She has had a brief nose-to-nose sniff with one of her foster mom's dogs. Contact us today at pets@mpravl.org to learn more about Banni.  All cats and kittens have been spayed/neutered, FELV/FIV tested, microchipped, vaccinated (whatever they can have in the period they are in our care, some will still need additional vaccines after adoption), given dewormer and flea preventative and provided care for any known illnesses during their time with us.     show less
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Gianna

Female Adult Domestic Short Hair
Gianna came from a high-kill shelter with a litter of 4 tiny kittens.  She was very shy and frightened at first, but she calmed down and... show more
Gianna came from a high-kill shelter with a litter of 4 tiny kittens.  She was very shy and frightened at first, but she calmed down and enjoyed pets despite the stray hiss here and there upon first approach.  It was all talk, no action, just to let you know she was nervous.  She did well throughout the time she was raising her kittens and would allow pets, purr and offer her belly and neck when she was comfortable.  Once her kittens were adopted, she seemed to regress some but in the time since, she has made a huge turnaround.  She now completely trusts her foster mom and runs out for attention the minute she enters the room.  Gianna resides in her foster mom's office suite and when she gets nervous (because a new person or annoying resident cat enters the room), she retreats beneath the futon or into her bathroom safe space.  When her foster mom was away for a few days, she got lonely and welcomed her back with extra love.  She will take all the petting and love she can get now, climbs into her lap and purrs non-stop.  She even has gained the confidence to reach up and give her foster mom a nose bump in the past few weeks.  She continues to come more and more out of her shell every day!  She needs a quiet forever home where she can be given all the time she needs to settle in and feel safe.  She has been fine with the resident dog in the house as well as other cats that are nice to her.  The ones that are mean, she just stays away from.  Apply to adopt to schedule a meet and greet.  Depending on you and your comfort level with adopting an unknown, it may take a few meet and greets until she gets to know you better.  We can go at your/her pace as desired.  She is in a foster home and that would be where the meet and greet(s) would occur as she would be too frightened at a store event.         show less
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Honey

Female Adult Domestic Short Hair
A sweet-natured girl, with a bit of tortitude (aka sass). Honey Cat loves to cuddle - almost as much as she loves mealtime, but she is a... show more
A sweet-natured girl, with a bit of tortitude (aka sass). Honey Cat loves to cuddle - almost as much as she loves mealtime, but she is also prone to the occassional bite when she is spooked or super-annoyed because you haven't paid attention to her cues to stop petting her. She gets easily overstimulated so knowing and responding appropriatedly to cat body language is a requirement for Honey's new family.  She is ready to enjoy some "me time" with an understanding adopter who is okay with letting her decide what she wants to do and when.  It’s her time to romp and play! Honey Cat is sure to become a devoted reading companion and dedicated confidant to the clever human who snatches her up.  In her foster home, she does okay with other cats but there is still some hissing and swinging at each other, which isn't all instigated by Honey.  She needs a home without people with delicate skin or small children that might not understand cat language.  She might do best in a home with older, cat savvy teenagers or young adults without small children in the home.   She also may be happiest as an indoor/outdoor cat where she can spread her wings once she knows home is home.  Apply to adopt to schedule a meet and greet with Honey.  She is currently in a foster home. show less
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Tommen

Male Young Domestic Short Hair
Tommen is the sweetest fella.  He has the softest fur and loves to sit on your chest, touch your face gently and purr and cuddle.  He wi... show more
Tommen is the sweetest fella.  He has the softest fur and loves to sit on your chest, touch your face gently and purr and cuddle.  He will play with his feather wand, but he prefers the company of his person and would probably do best in a home with another kitty to play with.  He will sleep on your head if you let him; he just wants to be a close as possible to his human.  Whoever scores and gets Tommen is a lucky person: he will give you so much love and comfort in return for a little affection.  He is bit shy in the very beginning, but will warm up quickly and be your very best friend for life.  He was adopted from us a few months ago but has been recently returned becasue he is afraid of the roommates dog.  It was quite traumatic for him so he will take a little time to adjust to a whole house.  Right now he is very comfortable in "his" room in his foster home but hasn't been ready to explore beyond it.  He would do best in a home without dogs.  He hasn't had recent experience with cats so we don't know how he would feel about other cats.  Slow introductions would be important.  And he doesn't go to our adoption events because he is very shy at first....it only takes him a day or two to warm up and then he is a total love so you have to see that through the eyes, videos and photos of his foster to know how awesome he is!   From his current foster mom:  This cat is so funny and sweet. At just over a year old, he's the perfect combination of gentle and playful. He adores laying on his human for cuddles, and he's quite the purrer. He also loves chasing his rope and other fun toys. He's shy at first and is scared of dogs, so he's looking for a safe, loving, adoring family. Apply to adopt to schedule a meet and greet with this cutie or meet him at PetSmart, Bleachery Blvd, Saturday from 12-4. Get $100 off the combined adoption fee when adopting a pair of kittens.  All cats and kittens have been spayed/neutered, FELV/FIV tested, microchipped, vaccinated (whatever they can have in the period they are in our care, some will still need additional vaccines after adoption), given dewormer and flea preventative and provided care for any known illnesses during their time with us.     show less