We've had a busy week at PAWS and the Coronado ACF. A pair of bonded Persian cats that were rescued from a hoarding situation were adopted together. Also, Maisy the feline was adopted, but the young man that adopted Maisy came back to the ACF a few days later and also adopted Maisy's brother Marley!! It's a wonderful day at PAWS when animals that are raised together and so closely bonded can go to their forever home together!!
As of today, Star and Lina, both canines, have been adopted. We still have Buddy and Sweet Pea who are waiting patiently for their forever family to come take them home. Several of our senior felines have gone into foster homes and we are so grateful to the folks that stepped forward and volunteered. Freckles the cat is still missing, I will post his picture at the end of this blog. If anyone catches sight of Freckles, please contact Bob at 619-840-9727 or the Coronado ACF.
Oswald is a male Black/Gray/Tan and White Tabby, a DSH. This young man is under two years old. He's soft as a bunny with his gorgeous multi-colored coat. In the right home, Oswald is playful and attentive. Small children and babies throw him off a bit, so he's best suited with a family that can be respectful of his space and time to acclimate. Once he knows you are that person, Oswald let's his sweet personality surface, and you see this beautiful kitty turn into mush. Patience, love and attention are all he's asking for. The reward will serve you well for many years to come.
Ace is a male, all black DSH adult cat. He was found fending for himself. The vet estimates his age to be 10+ years old. This friendly boy was obviously someone's pet. He's a snuggly bunny, allowing affection any way you offer it.
Ace will let you hold him close, giving head butts and loving attention every chance he can. This baby boomer kitty gets along with other cats and seems to coexist easily with whatever we offer him. Please consider giving Ace another chance at a loving home. He has so much more to give.
Norman is one of four kittens born during the third week of March to Venice, our petite calico cat.
Venice was a good mother and cared for her kittens at the ACF for the first four weeks of their lives. After that, they were raised by humans in a foster home since they had developed their baby teeth early and were pretty hard on mom.
Norman has had the best of both worlds – a momma cat to nurture and teach him and a human foster to help him get used to people. This has made him extremely social. If you have been waiting for kitten season so that you can adopt one (or two) delightful bundles of furry joy, come on down and meet Norman and his feline friends.
MISSING: Freckles, white male cat. Please contact Bob at 619-840-9727 if you spot him or better yet get him into a pet carrier. Please pass this information on to anyone you know living in Coronado.
You can meet other dogs and cats available for adoption at the Coronado Animal Care Facility (ACF) on 1395 First Street. Hours of operation are 9am - 4pm, every day but major holidays. To see and read about other animals needing homes, please view our websites: pawsofcoronado.org and petfinder.com. All our animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped and current on their immunizations prior to their adoption. PAWS of Coronado would like to announce our new program, Feline Baby Boomers /Senior to Senior Adoption Program. Cats 10+ years adopted to parents 55+ years get a reduced fee of $35 for the first cat, $15 for the second.
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