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Many Cats and Dogs Available for Adoption on Long Island

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This past week pet owners across the country celebrated National I Love My Pet Day. Missed the fun? Have no fear: We have your new best friend right here!

Available for adoption at the Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter

Leo
Leo

Leo is a 10-month-old Labrador Retriever Mix who is as sweet as can be. Leo is playful, friendly, funny, and he loves kisses! He can be timid sometimes and does have some separation anxiety, but the right home with a loving owner can help give him the confidence he needs. Due to his timid nature, Leo would do best in a home with children ages 12 or older. Leo lived with a cat and two smaller dogs in his prior home, so he would do well in a family with other pets. If you are interested in adopting Leo, please call 631-360-7575 for more information.

Available for adoption through Tender Loving Cats

Juliet
Juliet

Meet Juliet. This 1.5-year-old black beauty absolutely loves people. Juliet was trapped as part of Tender Loving Cats PAL program (prevent a litter) but made it very clear that she would like the indoor life. Juliet loves to be held, cuddled, and receive kisses as well. This lovely lady looks for attention, gives head butts, and will make biscuits while watching cat TV shows. She enjoys some light play but would prefer receiving affection. To adopt Juliet, complete an adoption application here: tenderlovingcats.org/adoption-application.html.

Available for adoption through AlleyKatz

Jubilee
Jubilee

Just as her name suggests, Jubilee is a sweet, playful 1-year-old cat who gets along well with other cats. She would make a great addition to any home.

Sombrita and Baby Girl
Sombrita and Baby Girl

**Double Adoption** Mommy Sombrita and her daughter Baby Girl are a young, bonded pair that will provide hours of love and entertainment for any lucky pet owner.

Arethra
Arethra
Isabella
Isabella

Arethra and Isabella love nothing more than to chill on the sofa with their foster mom or lay on your chest and cuddle. These gals can be adopted together or separately but come on- we all know eight paws are better than four!

Cody
Cody

Seven-month-old Cody is a sweetheart who shows his love day in and day out to his foster mom- now he’s ready to show his forever home his unconditional love.

Petite Queenie is a very loving cat who needs a socializer to help her thrive before finding her forever home. Could that be you?

All of these wonderful kitties can be adopted or socialized/fostered by filling out an application at AlleyKattz Inc., or sending an e-mail to [email protected]

Available for adoption at North Shore Animal League America

Victor Jaime and Misto
Victor, Jaime, and Misto

**Special Request – Senior Request and Triple Adoption** NSALA doesn’t often attempt triple adoptions, but Victor (Adoption #SPC318), Jaime (Adoption #SPC320), and Misto (Adoption #SPC319) are no ordinary cats. Before they lost their beloved owner, this threesome was enrolled in NSALA’s Safe Haven program to ensure they’d be safe while waiting for a second chance. Nine-year-old Victor has lost no time letting everyone know how grateful he is that they’re all safe. While 13-year-old Jaime isn’t as outgoing as Victor, she’s charming everyone with conversation—and her magnificent mittens! Seven-year-old Misto is the youngest and most cautious of the three, but he’s eager to meet new cats and people, easily befriending everyone with his gentle spirit. This family has already experienced what it is to be loved by a special human. NSALA is hoping a hero comes along soon so this trio can begin their new life, one as wonderful as they’d previously known. Are you up to expanding your family by three grateful felines?

Tesla and Nia
Tesla and Nia

**Double Adoption** Through thick or thin, 8-month-old Tesla (Adoption #H211401) and Nia (Adoption #H211402) will always have each other’s backs. Locally rescued, these identical mini house panthers were briefly separated after needing medical attention for minor health issues—all fully resolved!  Time apart made their reunion all the sweeter. Tesla is a little more inquisitive than her sister, which creates a lovely balance between them. You’re going to be smitten with these kittens from the first head butt. Don’t miss out on making the purrfect match with a matching set of sisters!

Queso
Queso

When 7-month-old Queso (Adoption #LA7524) arrived from a southern municipal shelter, the long journey wore him out, and he was feeling overwhelmed by the changes in his life. Fortunately for him, NSALA experts at rolling out the welcome carpet, especially for shy kitties who need someone to lean on while we help them find their families. A home with patient kids (age 12 and older) will offer Queso the consistency he craves as he settles into life as a family pet. If you have a thing for comforting shy kitties, and your quiet home has a feline friend waiting to show him the way, we’d love to introduce you to our very special boy!

Abe
Abe

Honestly? Abe (Adoption #LA2187) is awesome! He checks all the boxes for cat lovers looking for a new friend: handsome, sweet, friendly, healthy; he’s got everything going for him. This terrific 8-month-old tabby will be home soon because cats this purrfect find their way to loving hearts easily.

Flux

When 3-year-old Flux (Adoption #LA2192) arrived from his long trip to Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center from a shelter in Louisiana, he needed some coaxing before believing the scary part of his journey was behind him. Now safely moved into a sun-drenched room, this tender tuxedo is wondering what’s ahead for him. NSALA has reassured him that his final destination will be a quiet home with adults familiar with soothing a worried feline’s brow, and children over 12 years old, respectful of his need for security. If you’d like to welcome Flux into your heart and home, he’d love to complete this chapter of his rescue story so he can begin a new one… about you being his hero.

Waldo and Tazzee
Waldo and Tazzee

**Double Adoption** Where’s Waldo (Adoption #LA2250)? He’s in Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center with his brother Tazzee (Adoption #LA2251), looking for all the treats and attention he can grab from friendly visitors. Tazzee is more content napping in a bed nearby, but he’ll interrupt his snoozing for a warm greeting and some treats; he always makes room for snuggle time with his brother when Waldo needs a break from exploring. These beautiful two-year-old brothers balance each other out, and will fill your home with all the charm and fun you’ve been missing! Your search for cat companions can end today when you discover Waldo and Tazzee!

Janice and Jennie
Janice and Jennie

**Double Adoption** Janice (Adoption #NCI2661) and Jennie’s (Adoption #NCI2662) rescue story began in our Upstate Sister Shelter where they were lovingly tended to before coming downstate to Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center for a chance at finding a permanent place to call home. Don’t overlook this dynamic set of four-month-old mini panther sisters. They couldn’t be sweeter if they tried! All you need to do to be the ultimate hero is offer them a ride to their very first home!

Maya
Maya

Magnificent Maya (Adoption #H211498) is overjoyed by the opportunity to spend the rest of her life indoors. What she doesn’t realize yet is her destiny is to be a cherished part of a family. While lazing her days in the sunny windows of her room in Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center is a major step up from her start in a local backyard, 11-month-old Maya will soon be living her best life in a living room, one with some lucky humans who choose this purrfect little girl as their own. She’s a delightful choice for any family who has room in their hearts for a feline addition!

For more information about adopting NSALA’s adorable adoptables, contact [email protected]

As always, thanks for reading and please remember to always adopt, never shop…pass it on!

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