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CATS

Michigan

This pretty girl is Mia!  She's a 13 yr old, 13 lb spayed female short haired cat.  

Sweet Mia is an older gal that still has a lot of love left to give. While she is content here at the shelter, she would love to find a home to live out her retirement years. Mia has been in our care since she was 8 weeks old. We are not sure why she has been continuously overlooked. Mia has lived with other cats in the past, however, we have not been able to find her a suitable feline companion recently. She will generally avoid dogs and young, active children. She loves to fetch milk rings and will ask for attention from "her" people. Mia is up to date on vaccines and has tested negative for FLT/FIV and bartonella. She is spayed and microchipped.   

 

Mia can be adopted anywhere as long as her adopters come visit her in the shelter.  For more information, please email: email: contactus@bellwetherharbor.org, call: 231-924-9230, or visit the website: www.bellwetherharbor.org

Chloe - Fremont, MI

This pretty girl is Chloe!  She is a 7 yr old, 9 lb female spayed short haired cat.  

Chloe came to us from a neglect/hoarding situation. She is a quiet sweetheart that loves everyone! While Chloe is not elderly by any means, she does have some spinal arthritis due to an old injury. Chloe does well on her (inexpensive) pain medication and occasional chiropractic treatments. As an added bonus, her chiropractor has agreed to continue treatments free of charge throughout Chloe's life, provided the adopters bring her to her office! Chloe has many feline friends and tolerates friendly dogs. She is fine with kids, but does NOT like to be picked up, so older, respectful ones, please. She is up to date on vaccines and has tested negative for FLT/FIV and bartonella. She is spayed and microchipped.

Mia can be adopted anywhere as long as her adopters come visit her in the shelter.  For more information, please email: email: contactus@bellwetherharbor.org, call: 231-924-9230, or visit the website: www.bellwetherharbor.org

Apollo - Lansing, MI

Meet Apollo! He is a 3-4 month old, male kitten.  

I've never seen a kitten with the confidence to pull of that sweater!!  Oh this kitten is just a blast!  Not only can Apollo wear a Christmas sweater with aplomb, he is a hilarious, outgoing typical kitten!!

He did test positive for FIV, he will be retested to make sure it wasn't a false positive since that can happen at his age.  If it is positive on re-test, it is important to remember that most cats with FIV don't experience any significant FIV-health-related issues once they are fixed and living inside. The virus can affect their immune systems and make them more susceptible to kitty colds, and they are also prone to having dental issues, but most live long, relatively healthy lives. They don't need any special care or medication, just an indoor lifestyle and regular check-ups with a veterinarian. The thinking has also changed on how easily the virus can be transmitted to other cats -- it's primarily transmitted by deep bite wounds, so it's now believed that non-aggressive FIV+ cats can safely live with non-FIV cats. Regular indoor-kitty wrestling and rough-housing that doesn't result in bites that break the skin will not transmit the virus.

Apollo is available for adoption within Michigan. For more information about Apollo click here to fill out an application and someone will contact you! https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/ZADE/Cat

Captain Steve - Eaton Rapids, MI

Meet Captain Steve!  He is a 10 yr old, 12 lb, neutered male cat.

Captain Steve is and handsome dude who is fine with other animals and with all people!

 

He is FIV+ but is doing great at the age of 10! He needs a home who will keep him groomed and brushed often!

Cats with FIV don't need any special care or medication, just an indoor lifestyle and regular check-ups with a veterinarian. The thinking has also changed on how easily the virus can be transmitted to other cats -- it's primarily transmitted by deep bite wounds, so it's now believed that non-aggressive FIV+ cats can safely live with non-FIV cats. Regular indoor-kitty wrestling and rough-housing that doesn't result in bites that break the skin will not transmit the virus.

For more information, you can email to: adoptions@savedbyzade.com.  You may also find an adoption application at: