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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

MCAS Cats for Adoption!


FORGOTTEN FELINES--senior cats need homes, too!
Yes, it's "kitten season" and everyone loves a cute kitten, but what about the kittens who grew up? Well, right now, our shelter is FULL and most of our cats are over 6.
Check out Cleo--the n
icest, sweetest cat you could ever hope to meet. But at 14, she won't turn heads like the kittens do.
While others are clamoring for kittens, our older felines are forgotten at the shelter. Please share Cleo's post, or go to Multcopets.org and find another senior cat you can share. Help us get the word out and let's find homes for the forgotten! Thank you!

 
 http://multcopets.org/adoptable/cleo

http://multcopets.org/adoptable/little-bit-mcas-gypsy

http://multcopets.org/adoptable/morris

http://multcopets.org/adoptable/reginald


 http://multcopets.org/adoptable/spencer

http://multcopets.org/adoptable/cats

http://multcopets.org/adoptable/stonewall
 
 http://multcopets.org/adoptable/johnny-cat

 http://multcopets.org/adoptable/nestle

 
 http://multcopets.org/adoptable/stonewall

 http://multcopets.org/adoptable/mammoth

 
 
please note: if an MCAS weblink is no longer available, the cat has been adopted or transferred 
All the Multnomah County Animal Shelter Cats and Dogs on "Adoption" are spay/neutered, microchipped, licensed, and vaccinated, and more before they go to their new homes. 
PLEASE  spay/neuter and license/microchip your pets, so that more of the lovely cats and dogs that come into open-intake shelters like MCAS (or any shelter) as "Lost/Found animals" can find their way back  to their homes again.

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