Bobbi was our friend, and our client.

And she died..........

Bobbi loved her cats, we all knew that. She would bring them in one by one and carefully listen to what we told her they needed, and find a way to provide the veterinary care we recommended for them.

She loved them, they were her life.

You can tell when you pet them, or see them. They rub on the bars of their cages in the hospital, and demand the love they are missing. Some are frail and elderly, like Bobbi was, some are young and vital.

They call to each other, little purrs and trills of cat speak, they are used to playing, sleeping and living together...and living with Bobbi.

But Bobbi's gone.

So respecting Bobbi and honoring her memory and our relationship with her, with the help of family and friends we are taking care of Bobbi's cats, and finding them new homes.

The cats you see featured here are up for adoption.


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Thank You All!
We did it. The cats all have forever homes....

Friday, April 15, 2011


Pidge has been adopted!!!! Yay Pidge!

Humble... that is the word I think when i see Pidge. Humble and kind, careful in his age and tender with his scarred curled ears. He is quiet, and more than anything I suspect he wants life to return to something he, pets and warm laps and beds.

Could you love a kitty with curled and scarred ears?

Pidge is a neutered male, born in 2/1994

Could you love Pidge?


  1. Pidge is just getting sweeter and sweeter by the day. I keep watching him in the hospital, opening up his cage and rubbing his ears. Such a sweet older boy, with lots of gentle love and purrs.

  2. Hmmm. I wonder how he'd get along with my 16yr Siamese (sedentary) and my 4yr old bowlingball (moderately playful)

    I always feel bad for adult cats, as folks rarely want them...