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Say "hello" to Snubbs! This gorgeous lady came to GGOH as part of a local farm clean-up project that we assisted with. Snubbs was well taken care of by the farmer but things we becoming a bit out of control due to lack of spaying/neutering the cats on his farm. We are thankful that he was able to provide them with food and water, shelter, and plenty of love, even giving them all names. Snubbs i...
Ms. Marie came to GGOH as part of a local farm clean-up project we assisted with - the cats from this farm were loved and cared for but it had become too much for the farmer to handle on his own. Ms. Marie's DOB is approx. 11/15/2020. This sweet gal is a bit on the shy side and will watch from a distance when strangers enter her room but quickly warms up once she sees you are not a threat. She'...
**Bonded pair. Must be adopted with Momma**How would you like to double your pleasure and your fun, too?! My name is Tippy and t came to Animal Ark with my Mom, Momma! I'm a pretty Tortie female who is 8 years old and playful and active. A new family member has allergies, so that's what brought us both to the Shelter. I am cautious around other cats, dogs and children. Momma and I are very bond...
Are you looking for a playful young man? You have found me! I'm Ryder, a 2 year old male grey tabby. I love to play and sit on your lap. I use my scratching post faithfully. I am told that I am sweet and loving! I want all of your attention and require a home without other cats, dogs or children. Come check me out!Adoption processBasic Steps: Come to the shelter during normal business hours. An...
Our lovely Professor came to us as part of a farm help project that we assisted with. And yes, it's true, Professor is a female, and a gorgeous one at that! Professor's DOB is approx. 1/5/2018. Professor is a cat that needs an understanding and patie...
Taylor came to us as part of a farm help project that we assisted with. Taylor's DOB is approx. 4/1/20. Taylor is an inquisitive, but shy-at-first type of cat. He likes to watch from a distance to scope you out before approaching, often watching what...
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