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One of the Hermitage museum cats has been selected to predict the World Cup results in St. Petersburg, Russia.
OKay, so these little 4 months old silver tabbies, Carrington & Cassidy, both males, are new arrivals at our LV adoption center. Well they came in last weekend. Actually there were 3 but their brother Cayde was adopted almost immediately, to join another 5 month old resident kitten. Meanwhile Homeward Bound had a booth at the cat show in Henderson and we took Carrington and Cassidy (along with Baby Whiskers and Luke) to serve as ambassadors for Homeward Bound and they were a ...BIG hit. They were 2 little shining stars who were often mistaken for expensive purebreds. People were amazed that they were rescues. They will be at our PetSmart location this weekend but I doubt that they will be there very long.
Stay tuned for more on Baby Whiskers and Luke
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5915 S. Eastern Av LV 89119
Adoption Hours Thu-Fri 3-6pm / Sat-Sun 11-5pm
Happend by PetSmart Monday night and caught Dirty Wally, looking mighty clean, totally relaxed, lounging on a shelf inside the communal cage, just watching the world go by. Check out the white tip on his grey tail. He is such a handsome cat. Still a little people shy but relaxing more each week.
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🐾🐾UPDATE: Max Has been adopted and is doing well. He has been spending his time cuddling and sleeping with his new teenage human sister. Now we are hoping for a hero to step up to rescue the remaining two boys.
Peter's vet check uncovered hyper-thyroidism and he is now on medication. He is 10 years old, very friendly and sweet. Today he took a stroll around the adoption center on a leash, curious and really happy to stretch his legs. We are looking for a foster who will... give him a home where he can get some love and attention while undergoing treatment.
Amadeus, on the other hand is healthy and needs a place more comfortable and quieter than the adoption center. He is probably a little older than Peter and likes to nap all day. He loves affection and brushings. He is very gentle and sweet.
Our incredible volunteers are giving them attention and love but we know how our babies flourish when they get into a home of heir own so If you can help or would like any further information please contact us at HomewardBoundCats@hotmailcom or text to 702.533.3440 🐾🐾
Stunning Siamese Seniors Looking for a hero.
These 3 gorgeous boys were all originally rescues and have been living together for the last 8 years. Their rescuer has recently passed away and the boys are in need of a new home. They are currently having their teeth cleaned and being evaluated by our vet. The results are forthcoming. Amadeus seems to be older and prefers napping or watching while Peter & Max play together. (side note: Max is de-clawed). They are all affectionate and enjoy human attention.
Riley is still up for adoption. Or, if someone would like to foster him, we would welcome that as well. Being that he is FIV+, he needs to either be the only cat in the home, or would be fine with other FIV+ cats. He has been secluded in a bedroom of his current foster home, and so wants to have full run of the house, and be more social.
I just want to share this happy little story.
This is Simba & Poa, formally known at Homeward bound as Vic & Andy. Andy (Poa) was originally adopted along with another beautiful little kitty named Taka. Sadly Taka became very ill and crossed over the rainbow bridge (RIP little Taka) Poa's human family was so sad they decided to get him another furry friend. So they came back and adopted Vic (now named "Simba"). When they brought Simba into the house they opened his box to let Poa see him. It wasn't very long before Simba jumped out of the box "took one look at Poa and puffed up and hissed like a little ally cat. Poa cocked his head to the side and bopped him on top of his head, and they have been best buds ever since".
( Thank you Shannon, for sending your cute little update)
Another step forward.
For those of you following the progress of Dirty Wally
Dirty Wally has graduated to spending adoption hours in our new visiting room where he is more accessible to our visitors. We are working on building his confidence. Hoping to interest him in playtime. Although he did okay this weekend (still rather shy and only interested in watching the others play) he seemed quite content at returning to the confines of his home cage where he spends his time lett...ing his cage mates cuddle him during our adoption off days.
It is just another babystep forward. Stay tuned.