Meet Chuck and Ruby. Chuck and Ruby came to the shelter after their owner could no longer care for them due to health issues. Because they had been living alone without their owner in the home, they developed stress disorders that caused them to pluck their hair out. Since being at the shelter, their hair has begun to grow back, but there is still some hair loss. They will both flourish and benefit greatly from being placed in a loving home together. We will not separate this bonded pair, so please refrain from requesting this. It is with deep concern about their well-being and health that we have made this decision. Chuck (black male) is the most affectionate cat we have possibly ever met at the shelter! Ruby (calico female) is also very affectionate, but also likes her space and loves her brother so much! These two cuddle and love each other deeply. If you can find it in your heart to give these two a new fresh start in their forever home, they would love that. Both are up to date on vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative, altered, and microchipped. To inquire about the dynamic duo, please submit our online adoption application.
Hildi is a two-year-old grey tabby cat. Hildi is a sweet girl, but also shy until she gets to know you and spends more time with you. She loves her time spent outdoors on our cat patio where she posts on the highest shelf to gaze down at everything around her. She would love a home where she can lay in a window and watch birds. Hildi is friendly with children and other cats. She is so soft and cuddly, and we think she would make a variety of families a great loving companion. Hildi is up to date on all vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative, spayed, and microchipped.
Tator Tot is a precious light orange tabby and white cat with the sweetest personality and golden eyes that are sure to charm anyone. Tator Tot begs for attention at every chance he gets and will be the best companion cat for a loving family. Tator Tot came to us as a stray, but is a very affectionate cat that has been handled by humans and is by no means feral. Tator Tot is awaiting his neuter and microchipping procedure, but is up to date on vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative and almost ready to go into his adoptive home. If you would like a sweet ginger to follow you around and lie on your lap at the end of a long day, he is the cat for you!
Miriam is a gorgeous light grey tabby cat with seagreen eyes and around one-year-old. Miriam is very friendly and social, getting along with her cat roommates just fine. Miriam couldn’t stay at the home she stumbled across as a stray due to killing the homeowner’s beloved bird residents. We hope Miriam can go into an indoor home, or a home accepting of her prey instincts. She is a beautiful young cat that deserves the best life outside of the shelter. Miriam is up to date on vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative, spayed, and microchipped. If you are interested in adopting Miriam, please visit our website and submit our online adoption application.
Yzma is a gorgeous mature gray, long haired goddess of a cat. Yzma’s life is one of very humble beginnings. Living alone in a local trailer park with a host of other stray cats could not be this lost princess’s fate. A very loving, caring volunteer also couldn’t imagine this being her fate either, so that is how she came to be at the shelter. Life has not always been easy for Yzma at the shelter, but after a month of being at the shelter, her true personality is finally shining through. Although she still likes to be an independent princess, she now comes down from her beloved window perch and socializes with the other cats and the staff. Her transformation has been so great to witness, and we think she will continue to thrive in a nurturing home. Yzma is up to date on vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative, spayed, and microchipped. If you think Yzma could have her own setting place on a throne at your house, contact Animal Harbor!
Boots is a unique ginger cat, but not harsh like a red tabby, he is more like the kind of orange you'd see on a beloved old-shirt mixed with heavy cream. He has a soft look about him and he feels like a kitten to the touch, but he is a full grown mature boy at seven-years-old. Even though Boots sports a distinct grumpy cat face, that is not his true personality! He is just scared of the camera. Boots was surrendered to the shelter when his owner became too sick to care for him properly. It was even reported he was being fed bird seed, which can be harmful to a cat’s digestive system; we knew he had to be rescued. Boots can be shy at first, but he quickly warms up to a gentle hand and calm, low voice. Boots is up to date on vaccinations, FIV/FeLV negative, neutered, and microchipped. Can your family provide the new, fresh start he deserves?