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Chris and Stewie

We’re seeing lots of cattitude with this week’s lineup of adorable adoptables! If you’re seeking a new BFF (best feline friend), contact any one of these wonderful shelters and rescues today!

Available for adoption through Pioneers for Animals Welfare Society, Inc

If it’s kitten’s you’re seeking, look no further. These five cutie-patooties were rescued by a foster family and at 8-weeks old, they are ready for their forever home! These three boys and two girls are being socialized and were all just vaccinated. They are currently available for foster or foster-to-adopt. If you are looking for some excitement and a whole lot of cuteness in your life, please contact adoptions@paws-li.org, paws-li.org, or call (631) 306-4616.

Available for adoption at the Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter

Nubbins

Nubbins is a 3-to-4-year-old Domestic Shorthair Mix who spent part of her early life as a shop cat. One day, she showed up at the shop missing part of her tail as a result of some unknown trauma. Fortunately, the excellent animal shelter vets managed to amputate the damaged part of her tail, and now she’s healthy and ready to find a furrever home! She is a sweet and affectionate little lady who can always put a smile on your face. Nubbins is the ultimate flirt and loves getting attention! She will roll around on her back and chirp to let you know she needs some TLC. She has experience living with other cats and would do well in a home with children young or old.

For more information about adopting Nubbins, please call 631-360-7575 today for more information today!

Available for adoption at North Shore Animal League America

Latoyo

After weeks of nurturing her kittens, mama Latoyo (Adoption #WV0726) is simply balled over that it’s now her time to receive some pampering. This gracious one-year-old lady didn’t have much time to play before, but she’s wasting no time catching up with her toys now. Simple pleasures mean the world to Latoyo. A treat and an ear rub make her feel complete, but we’re expecting the joy to continue when she’s carried off to her very own home.

Alberto

Alberto’s (Adoption #IR1330) introduction to New York was quite a scream! We’re going to chalk that up to jet lag. After all, he traveled all the way from Oman for a chance at a safer life, and just wanted to make sure we were listening to him. This fun and vocal 10-month-old boy can’t get enough of playtime, so a home with other playful cats will make all of his wildest dreams come true. Alberto is still just a little bit shy around humans, but all he needs is some time in a predictable setting (with kids 8 years old and older) for him to show you — or tell you — he’s meant to be yours!

Domenic and Seabisquit

**Double Adoption** When 1-year-olds Dominic the Donkey (Adoption #H210470) and Seabiscuit (Adoption #H210471) lost their home recently, they decided second chances were right up their alley! Dominic has taken to exploring and meeting new friends, but Seabiscuit isn’t lagging very far behind. Initially shy, these very bonded brothers have been chatting quite a bit about ear rubs and treats, playtime, and snuggles — all the things you’ll want to share with them when you bring them home. Race over and meet Dominic and Seabiscuit today. We’re going to declare their family winners for giving them the loving home they deserve.

Courtney

After a not-so-great adventure outdoors, recently rescued Courtney (Adoption #H210478) is catching her breath in the safety of Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center, and we’re giving her all the love she was missing while she was taking care of herself. NSALA is promising this sweet two-year-old a wonderful future in a loving home. Courtney enjoyed some time being fostered by her rescuer, so being in a safe household is a familiar idea she can get behind! Don’t let her quiet demeanor fool you. Courtney may seem shy, but given the opportunity, she’s sure to show you how grateful she is to belong to you.

Sweetie

Sweetie (Adoption# LA0385) is living up to her name! It’s no surprise how wonderful this lovely Louisiana rescue is, but we can tell she’s putting on a brave front in a great effort to find her family. NSALA is hoping she’ll feel relief knowing she’s not alone in this quest. Her friends at North Shore Animal League America are here to make sure she this 1-year-old finds a loving family ready to give her all the ear rubs and cuddling she craves.  A quiet place to start anew is her goal, and staff and volunteers would love for you to help her meet and exceed it!

Milo

**Senior Alert** 13-year-old Milo (Adoption #E3410) is the senior member of his recent rescue, and we can certainly understand his trepidation about this new setting after a lifetime of chaos. One this staff and volunteers know, this guy loves treats! He simply can’t get enough of them. Place a treat in front of him and watch how fast you become lifelong buddies! He’ll be eating out of your hand in no time, and you’ll be providing him ear rubs on demand. Sounds like the happy ending Milo’s been waiting for his whole life. Milo has a magical way of making you feel like an instant hero just by the simple act of offering him the best life he’s ever known. We may never know everything about his past, but you can help create an amazing golden-years future together.

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Chris and Stewie

**Double Adoption** Two-year-olds Chris (Adoption #IR1543) and Stewie (Adoption #IR1544) recently lost their first home and have been welcomed into the safety of Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center. Originally rescued from Puerto Rico, these bonded brothers see this new obstacle as just another great adventure to share together. Chris is already off to discover all the sniffs and sights of his room, while his more reserved brother Stewie is trying his best to keep up. Chris and Stewie are fun-loving boys who need a family who can keep up with their adventures, and hopefully provide them new ones in a home full of love and attention.

Reach out to DoritS@animalleague.org for more about adopting any one of NSALA’s adorable adoptables!

Available for adoption through Almost Home Animal Rescue

Shy Guy

Check out the gorgeous eyes on 3-year-old Shy Guy.  While his name is somewhat telling, this Shy Guy is a totally sweet kitty who loves to purr when you pet him. This silly guy loves toys and hopes to find an owner who will cuddle and play with him as much as he deserves.

Sammy

Sammy is a pretty chill little dude who loves to be lazy, do his cat yoga poses, and end with a nap as he pleases … but this little guy also gets silly when it’s playtime. If you have a toy mouse in hand, then you’ve made a friend for life with Sammy!

For more information about any one of these adorable adoptables, contact Almost Home Animal Rescue at www.almosthomeli.org or call 631-627-3665.

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