Three cats were brought down to the store last Friday...Swirls, Friskie and Little Fuzz. All three are fine with other cats and will acclimate easily to most environments.
Swirls is a young adult male that was found in the Cape May County Park actually wearing a leash and collar! No one ever came looking for him. He is micro chipped however the phone number listed with the chip is out of service. Do not be alarmed by lumps you may feel on his sides. Our vet has assured us the lumps are not hernias nor anything to be concerned about. We did bring Swirls back to the Shelter today since it was reported he was having difficulty urinating. We are going to keep an eye on him for a day or two and decide if he can go back or if he has a urinary infection.
Little Fuzz is a two year old female that was part of an inside/outside group of cats belonging to the landlord of a rental property. The tenants who had accepted the cats moved and the new tenants are not so cat friendly. The landlord took Little Fuzz and her brother Big Fuzz home for the winter months but would no longer keep them. Big Fuzz has been adopted. Little Fuzz is friendly and will make someone a nice pet!
Gentle reminder...please make sure to email the shelter (email@example.com AND cc me firstname.lastname@example.org) on any observed health issues with the cats or logistical problems or anything. If you call the Shelter please email the information as well when you get the first opportunity. It really helps us to maintain communication and make sure that nothing falls through the cracks or gets lost in a message that may be repeated several times.
As far as June scheduling needs...see below:
Sunday, June 17: Adoption Table
Wednesday, June 20: AM Cleaning AND Adoption Table
Friday, June 22: AM Cleaning
Sunday, June 24: AM Cleaning AND Adoption Table
Saturday, June 30: Adoption Table
As always - thank you all VERY much for your help!