Happy Tails - Adopted Pets

JANE and KITTENS

Jane is a 2-year-old gentle tortoise shell calico, with a sweet and affectionate disposition. Someone dumped her in Wallowa when she was just about to deliver. A good samaritan took her in, and the kittens were born August 5. Jane was a very good mama to her kittens and watched them leave her one by one. Eddy was her last kitten to be adopted.

Jane would like to be an indoor/outdoor cat and would make someone a wonderful, loving companion.

Adopted 2016

SAMSON

Samson was born July 20, 2016. He has had his first set of shots and two dewormings, and is litter box trained. His sisters, Dally and Delilah, have been adopted and now Samson is ready for his very own forever home.

Samson is a male, orange and white tabby and is a lovable guy, although a little more independent than his sisters. He is well behaved and playful. Orange male tabbies are known for their loyalty and affection.

Adopted 2016

BUDDY

Buddy is a black male kitty who is very sweet and outgoing. He loves people and attention.

Adopted 2016

Minnie

Minnie is one of four kittens born the end of June. She was raised by her foster mom from an early age. Minnie is litterbox trained, and has had her immunizations and been dewormed. Her brother, Mickey, and her sisters, Sadie and Cinder-Ella, have already been adopted.

Minnie is a little shy but as gentle and sweet as a kitten can be. She's the kind of kitten that you fall in love with right away and has a soft shiny black coat. Minnie is the smallest of the litter, but she held her own when playing with her siblings. Now that they're gone, she's missing them and really hoping to start a new life in her very own forever home.

Please call Elaine at 541-263-1148 to find out more about this adorable girl.

**Adopted 2017**

Batman

Batman is a super hero with a soft, shiney, short-haired coat. He does have a mild case of cerebellar hypoplasia. This means he'll have a bit of a tremble all his life. Batman is officially a special needs kitty, but he's got a special kind of love to give in return. He plays, eats, and is very good about the litter box. Batman is a little timid in personality, but he's still young and learning his way.

A CH cat has the same life expectancy as a cat without CH. The condition is non-progressive, it will never get worse, and it isn't contagious. In some cases, owners say that their cat improves. Find out more about cerebellar hypoplasia on the Life With CH Cats website.

Call Elaine at 541-263-1148 for more information about this delightful kitten.

 

**Adopted 2017**

COWBOY

Cowboy is a black and white male kitty who is somewhat standoffish. In other words, he won't bother you for attention but welcomes attention when given. Because of his personality, other cats don't bother him. Cowboy is curious and playful.

Please contact Loree at 541-263-0064 if you are interested in meeting these two great guys.

**Adopted 2017**

TOBY

Toby was brought in as a feral with his sister, Mika. They were probably born sometime in the fall of 2015.Toby has adjusted very nicely to socialization in his foster home environment. He is up to date on immunizations and has been neutered.

Toby is a sweet guy, loves to have his belly rubbed. Most orange tabby males are very affectionate and loyal, so he'll probably make an excellent companion.

Please call Richelle at 541-398-2222 if you're interested in meeting this wonderful guy.

**Adopted 2018**

Hannibal

Hannibal is a beautiful clean male about 7 years old.  He and Darth are pals, left behind when their owner died.  Hannibal is a little more timid, but would also like to explore indoors and out.  He likes attention and toys but is not quite a lap cat.  He was neutered very young, has basic shots including rabies. 

Call Karen if interested in an interview, at 541-432-7310.  $40 adoption fee.


 **Adopted 2017**