Adoptions: We need forever homes.
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Obie is a 10 -12 year old neutered male, short haired, black cat. Originally from the streets of Hancock, Obie was neutered in the Trap-Neuter-Release Program and has a left ear-tip crop. A stunning ebony cat with one white whisker. Obie is extremely social; he loves dogs, other cats, adults, and children. He introduces himself to people and pets in our waiting room, and takes advantage of the laps as they sit on the benches.
Obie's challenges are two-fold: He has food allergies which require a prescription food and he has a litter box disability which causes inappropriate urination. Any potential adopter must be willing to use the prescription food exclusively (cost available upon request) and follow recommendations for litter box introductions; and environmental confinement to prevent unwanted urinations. Obie may be a cat that if allowed outside would have less inappropriate urinations in the house.
Annie: is a 3 1/2 year old spayed female short haired cat. She has one eye due to an injury that caused her other eye to be removed. She is a sleek grey tabby with formal white markings on her face, paws, and belly. Annie came to us with two young kittens, and while they were adopted easily, Annie's shy temperament has made introductions difficult.
Annie needs a quiet home, preferably without children or other pets. She needs an owner willing to have patience with her as she adjusts to her new environment. Once comfortable, Annie is playful and affectionate. She would need to be an indoor cat, and is well litter box trained. She eats wet food and is up to date on her vaccinations and flea preventative.