At the Marin Humane Society meet:
Lover Boy who came to MHS from a Central Valley shelter, went to live with a new guardian but alas came back to find his perfect home. This sweet, handsome boy is a little nervous and confused about his surroundings. He would prefer to be in a calm, quieter environment with older children. He lived with another cat but neither one wanted to share their food. At this point in his life to be the only animal to receive all your attention would be ideal! Lover Boy is ready to settle down in his forever home. This purr-fect gentleman deserves another chance. What a great way to start the New Year. Best in a home with grade school age children or older
Gustine, a 2-year-old, spayed female, was named after the town where she was found, rescued and brought to Marin where she lived in a house with 2 other cats. Territory became an issue, we there for recommend her to be the only cat in the house. She seems however to be tolerant of dogs. Gustine “Gussy” is a fussy feline, so give her time to get to know and love you. She enjoys playing with toys and to have her own special place for sleeping and relaxing. Best in a home with high school age children or older
The Marin Humane Society is located at 171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd, Novato. The Adoption Center is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Visit www.marinhumanesociety.org or call 415-883-4621 for more information.
The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA is featuring:
Malibu Ken, a handsome (but of course!) 1-year-old male with a shiny silver coat. He was found as a stray but obviously well socialized because he’s one super friendly and affectionate cat. He’s currently housed with other cats and gets along well with them. He’s ready to go to a Barbie mansion, heck an apartment would suit him just fine too. Ask for Malibu Ken, ID: A465340.
Brodi, an 11-year-old altered male. He is a calm older gentleman who is looking for a calm home without young children or a lot of chaos. He is a bit shy initially, but once comfortable, is friendly and vocal. He may be happiest as an only pet, but could probably also live with another cat. He is very cute and looking forward to a home soon. Please come meet Brodi and ask for ID A448475.
PHS/SPCA is open for adoptions Monday through Friday, 11am to 7pm, and weekends from 11am to 6pm. It is located at 12 Airport Blvd., San Mateo next to Coyote Point Park. Visit www.PHS-SPCA.org or call 650-340-7022
At The San Francisco SPCA, spend some time with: (see slideshow for photos)
Twinkle Toes, 1-year-old shorthair male. Toes, upon toes, upon toes. Toes for miles, toes for days….Look at his toes!! What an unusual set of feet he has, but let’s not forget his awesome personality too. He’s a snuggler and a hugger. Give him a cozy lap and a few well placed ear scratches and he’s in heaven. Take him home and he’ll tip toe his way to your heart. Just look at his creamy colored coat…can you even try and resist him?
Lennox, a 2-year-old female Siamese with a gorgeous face! Even better, this foxy lady is matched with a fabulously cuddly personality, ready to be your best girl. She’s not a huge fan of other kitties, but that’s all the better for everyone, since you won’t have any love left for others once you meet this feline fancy-pants!
For other cats, you’ll want to check out Maddie’s Adoption Center at The SF/SPCA, 250 Florida Street, is open. Tuesday – Friday: 1:00pm – 7:00 pm Sat/Sun: 10AM to 6:00pm. Closed Mondays and major Holidays View more wonderful, adoptable cats at www.sfspca.org.