Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Scooter, Simba, and Zeplin

Today we have one tiny kitten and two adult cats who look a lot alike. They are all rather new to the Humane Society of Noble County. They are up-to-date on shots, worming, and flea prevention. They will also be FIV-tested and receive a microchip before they leave the shelter.

This little guy is Scooter, a black and tan male tabby who is 7-8 weeks old.

Scooter just wanted to run around and play, and would not look at the camera.

Here he is coming out of his hiding place between two cages.

Scooter had been playing with this mouse toy in his cage, so I got it out with him. He has been at the shelter for about a month and is ready to go home with you!

This is Simba, a male yellow tabby who is approximately 4-5 years old. Simba is a rare cat because he is a polydactyl, or "mitten paw" cat with extra toes on all of his feet. You can see some of them in this picture. He also has bluish eyes. Most orange or yellow cats have gold or greenish-gold eyes.

Simba has only been at the shelter for a few days, and here he is trying to make friends with one of the other cats.

In this picture, you can see the extra toes on his back feet.

Simba is a very friendly and lovable guy. He is quite a cuddle - once he is on your lap, he doesn't want to leave. He would love for you to become his cuddle person!

This is Zeplin, an orange tabby with white around his nose and throat, and little black markings around his eyes, nose, and mouth. He is a neutered male and is front-declawed. Zeplin is around 4-5 years old.

Zeplin was perfectly content to stay in his bed and have his picture taken. Unlike a lot of cats, he looked directly at the camera like he knew he was posing!

Zeplin does love attention though! He has been at the shelter for a little over a week, and is ready to go to his forever home.

Please come visit these cats and all the other animals at the Humane Society of Noble County.  Even if you aren't in the market for a pet, you probably know someone who is and you could share your experience with them.  

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