3690 Packard Road Ann Arbor, MI 48108

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Elton

On 6 Dec, 2019

Elton has many talents, although playing the piano may not be one of them. He does enjoy a good belly rub, a nice blanket for biscuit making and he also makes a great bed warmer. This handsome guy came to us after living on someones porch for a while. He is sweet and shy. he would do best in a quiet environment but gets along well with other kitties. He takes a few minutes to warm up but it only takes a few treats to tempt him. Come meet Elton today!

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Dick Clark- FIV Positive

On 24 Oct, 2019

Dick Clark originally came into our foster program back in December of 2016. Upon arrival he was combo tested and found to be FIV positive. This didn't stop Dick and he was quickly adopted in February of 2017. Sadly after some life changes, his owner returned him to our program. Dick is still sweet as pie and would love to warm someones life with his hunky stature. He could lose a couple pounds but he is a big guy at 17.5#. 

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Honey

On 5 Sep, 2019

Honey is a sweet lady that is looking for her retirement home. She wants nothing more than to be in someone's lap for a good pet. Honey was originally adopted from us in 2008 as young whipper snapper. Unfortunately, her owner feel into some difficulties of her own and Honey was returned to us. She has some GI concerns that does require daily steroid administration, but she is currently on a weaning cycle and will hopefully get down to a controllable dose a couple times a week. The cost for her medication is very reasonable. Honey is also front declawed. She is not a huge fan of other cats but would likely do ok with another laid back respectful older cat and a very slow introduction. Because we want Honey to have the best of everything while she is here, she is a room in the back of our facility so please ask the front desk to meet Honey today!

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