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Many Cats and One Dog Available for Adoption This Week on Long Island

With so many wonderful purrsonalities, it can be purrplexing when choosing a new best friend or two. Read all about some of the wonderful cats, kittens (and one dog) available for adoption this week.

Upcoming Event

Lace up and leash up! North Shore Animal League America’s 6th Annual WALK & WAG is city-bound. For the first time ever, Walk & Wag is taking place in New York City. Join the hundreds of feet (and four times as many paws) for the cause, walking to help save the lives of homeless dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens. On Saturday morning, Sept. 17, the animal-loving community, dogs, and their owners will gather at Pier 84 in Manhattan to get their steps in while raising funds and awareness to support Animal League America’s no-kill animal rescue mission. Walk & Wag will take place rain or shine.

Those who can’t participate in person can join the virtual Walk & Wag which enables animal-lovers to support the organization’s tireless animal rescue work from anywhere in the world. Already there are walkers signed up in more than 100 cities (including Nashville, Dallas, and Tucson) in 25 states (including California, Minnesota, and Mississippi) and counting! For more information about Walk & Wag, to register for the NYC walk, and sign up for the virtual walk, visit animalleague.org/walkandwag.

Many Cats and One Dog Available for Adoption This Week on Long Island

Available for adoption through Tender Loving Cats

Feesh
Feesh

Meet Feesh! This handsome kitty born this past February enjoys nothing more than the company of people and snuggling. He is a purr machine and is an excellent biscuit maker. Feesh is so smart that he even plays fetch. He likes to groom himself and will also give you kisses while he is grooming. Feesh is likely good with children as he doesn’t mind being handled. Feesh is ready for his new home … could it be yours?  To adopt Feesh, complete an adoption application here: tenderlovingcats.org/adoption-application.html.

Available for adoption through For Our Friends Rescue

Timmy
Timmy

Ten-years-young, Timmy is quite the dapper little Bichon/Poodle. 15 pounds of nothing but love, this little guy is great with other dogs, super loving, and is fully vetted. 

Greys Anatomy Cats
Greys Anatomy Cats

Grey’s Anatomy fans, we got you covered! Lexi, Meredith, Derick, Christina and Izzy are all around 3-months-old kittens, fully vetted and super-duper sweet. They can be adopted in pairs or alone to a family with another young, friendly cat. Long Island/Eastern Queens adopters only please.

For more information about adopting Timmy or the Grey’s kittens, email [email protected].

Available for adoption at North Shore Animal League America

Elsie and Evan
Elsie and Evan

**Double Adoption** Local rescues Elsie (Adoption #BF4151) and Evan (Adoption #BF4152) complete each other. Apart, Elsie was feeling overwhelmed by shelter life, but once reunited, they these 4-month-old siblings vowed to never leave each other’s side. They’re a purrfect match for each other, and you’ll find two is better than one when it comes to this shy brother and sister pair. You’ll have no trouble winning them over when you invite them into your tranquil home (with older kids) where they can learn all about the joys of family life as beloved pets!

Cyborg and Terra
Cyborg and Terra

**Double Adoption** When a local hero rescued 6-month-olds Terra (Adoption #H211508) and Cyborg (Adoption #H211509), they knew their safety would be secured. Now you’ll find the wide-eyed Terra leaning on her braver brother for guidance as they await the next big step in their lives: finding their first home. If you’d like to provide them with a calm, predictable spot (with children over age 10) to help them smoothly transition to home life, please ask about meeting marvelous Terra and Cyborg today!

Max

**Senior Alert** A medical crisis found 13-year-old Max’s (Adoption #VR0967) life turned upside down recently when his lifetime owner became too ill to care for Max’s special needs. Time spent with Animal League America’s veterinary team has put Max on a path to wellness, and with a treatment plan in place, he’s ready to get the golden retirement he deserves. This sweet senior has never lived with other pets and would prefer to stay the only pet in his home. While losing his first home was a difficult challenge to face, he’s overcoming that obstacle and relishing new friendships with humans who care for him at Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center. You may find him rolling around in catnip piles or busily hunting wand toys, but he always stops to give his visitors a friendly rub, welcoming them to his room. Wouldn’t you love to welcome Max into your heart?

Binx and Stella
Binx and Stella

**Double Adoption** What a pair of cutie patooties Binx (Adoption #WV0597) and his sister Stella (Adoption #WV0598) are! If you’re looking for fun kitten energy, look no further than these bonded 6-month-old siblings from West Virginia. They’re the life of the party in their room, and they’ll liven up your living room, too! Remember, when you adopt, you save two lives – the animal you take home and the one the shelter now has room to rescue.  If you adopt Binx and Stella, you’ll be saving four lives!

Buttercup and Genie
Buttercup and Genie

**Double Adoption** Six-month-olds Buttercup (Adoption #H211597) and Genie (Adoption #H211598) were fostered by their rescuer before being delivered to Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center for help discovering their furever family. These awesome boys have leaned on each other through good times and bad, and they know things will only get better and better moving forward. While Buttercup can be a tad shy, Genie has been a great supporter, showing his brother that life is definitely better in the safe indoors. You’ll find their balanced energy everything they need to transition back to home living. 

Nikkie and Susie
Nikkie and Susie

**Double Adoption** Nikkie (Adoption #H211599) and Susie (Adoption #H211600) were given the opportunity of a lifetime when their rescuer invited them inside her home. Once they were ready to be adopted, Nikkie and Susie were given the ultimate opportunity for happiness by being invited to Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center. While these tiny, 6-month-old tuxedos are still nervous about the changes they’ve experienced, a loving, quiet home (with kids over age 6) will do wonders in assuring them a safe, loving household is where they’re meant to be!

Three-year-old Brother (Adoption #BF4196) is looking for a new family. This fantastic house panther lost his home recently when his owner moved and couldn’t take Brother with her. Despite that disappointing setback, this gorgeous boy has been enjoying visits with new friends in his room at Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center, always hopeful to find his next love connection. If you’d like to make Brother a member of your family, please visit and say hello. 

For more information about adopting these fabulous felines, visit Animal League America’s Port Washington campus or email [email protected].

Available for adoption at the Smithtown Animal Shelter

Seinfeld Kittens
Seinfeld Kittens

Meet the Smithtown Animal Shelter’s Pets of the Week, Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer! The Seinfeld kittens are all 6-month-old Domestic Shorthairs who were found abandoned in a tiny carrier while in a very unhealthy state. They had a severe upper respiratory infection called Calici virus. This virus was so serious that it caused Jerry and Elaine to each lose an eye. Despite these issues, these sweethearts kept fighting, and they are now happier and healthier than they’ve ever been. After all they’ve been through, they’re ready to find the purrfect family that they can love forever. We are hoping that they can keep their close bond with them in any future homes, so we would love for them to be adopted in pairs. Although they have fully recovered from their illness, any other cats in the home should be vaccinated for Calici virus. Call the shelter at 631-360-7575 for more information.

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

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