Jul 23, 2016

GIMME SHELTER: Snapshot of some cool cats – Wicked Local Hingham

n Andy, Ashley & Lollipop, 6 week old scared siblings trapped and rescued from the streets. Andy has actually long white hair with grey markings and Ashley & Lollipop are short haired grey tigers. Ashley is a lighter shade of gray.

n Bobby, a 1-1/2 year old boy with short black hair rescued from the streets after owners moved and left him behind.

n Crystal, an 11-year-old deaf, solid white cat with porcelain blue eyes rescued from a estate that was overcrowded with pets.

n Curtis, a 1-1/2 year old white coated boy with tiger grey tail, gray/beige accented ears and green eyes abandoned by owners who moved and put him out onto the street in the dead of winter.

n Jamie, a 5-month-old kitten with white face and tiger patterned fur was found living alone outside and rescued by a caring neighbor who was unable to commit to her care.

n Kimba, a 2-year-old short haired tiger, and Bubba, an orange and white tiger, housemates surrendered following the incarceration of their owner.

n Max, a 6-year-old buff white boy abandoned by owners who moved and left him behind.

n Misty, a 1-year-old Russian Blue mix with thick grey fur, green/gold eyes and double paws surrendered while in heat by an owner who was unable to commit to her care.

n Ophelia, a 1-year-old short haired grey/tiger rescued from the streets.

n Otis, a 13-year-old short haired male with Maine Coon markings and long fur on his chest. His owner died and family were unable to commit to his care.

n Penny, a 10-year-old medium sized tri-color tabby with rich brown fur lined with black tiger stripes and buff undercoat. Adopted as a kitten and returned by owners who allowed her outdoors. Penny has actually since tested positive for FIV. She is otherwise healthy and not taking any medications.

n Pete, an 8-month-old dark grey/white fur blend rescued stray.

n Princess and Babe, short haired black & white tuxedo sisters surrendered by an elderly owner who was unable to continue living independently and therefore could no longer care for the girls she’d adopted as kittens 13 years ago.

n Sandy, a 4-year-old short haired tortie adopted from us as a kitten by an elderly owner and her daughter who could no longer commit to her care.

You can learn more about all of the cats and kittens we have actually available for adoption by visiting us online at www.hsar.org or by visiting us at 487 Nantasket Ave., Hull. Open hours are Monday nights, 6:30-7:30, and Saturdays, 2-3 p.m. If these times are not convenient for you, special appointments can be made by calling our adoption coordinator at 781-534-4902.

Page 2 of 2 – HSAR is a non-profit, no-kill cat shelter. We rely heavily on support and donations. The cats and kittens currently residing at our shelter would certainly not have actually a opportunity at life if it weren’t for our ability to take them in. Won’t you please consider donating towards the care of these helpless animals? It’s easy, just log onto our website and click donate now from our estate page, or, if you prefer, you can mail a donation to us at PO Box 787, Hull MA 02045. Every dollar we receive goes towards the care of the cats and kittens entrusted to our care while they await adoption to a forever home. HSAR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax exempt organization. Thank you for your support!

Tammy Hatch is away on vacation. She is a Volunteer and Board Member at Hull Seaside Animal Rescue.

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