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Rescue Me ID: 14-04-18-00348Annabel (male)

Turkish Angora    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Annabel is a BEAUTIFUL Angora cat who gets along very well with my 10 month old kitten. She is very playful, does tricks for treats, and is a total LOVE. I can only have one cat, and I want to make sure she goes to a LOVING home.

     Animal Location:

Hillsborough County Litchfield, NH MAP IT!

Contact:
Debra Rudolph 603-505-5574

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Rescue Me ID: 14-04-01-00328Tika & Zephyr

Bengal    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Cats, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Fixed 

     Meet Tika and Zephyr! Tika is a 10 year old spayed female spotted Bengal, with 'glitter' in the strands of her fur. Zephyr is a neutered 9 year old male marbled Bengal, also with glitter and very interesting toes (and a charmingly long tail)! We have had Tika and Zephyr their entire lives, but with changes in our family, we need to find them a home that is similar to what they have had until now. Tika and Zephyr are VERY family oriented pets, both loving to follow family members around the house, and Zephyr especially is a snuggler. They love to run up and down stairs playing chase with each other, explore, love water (like to ... (Read More)drink from the tap, and will climb in a bubble bath if you let them!) Tika is the 'brains' and Zephyr is the love muffin. They are very active housecats. Tika likes to chase her elusive tail. Zephyr's tail looks like a pipe cleaner when it poufs! It has been a very difficult decision to find a new home for Tika and Zephyr, and they need to go to a loving home together. They will be great with adults (Zephyr is a bit shyer initially) and older children. Most likely they would not be comfortable with other cats, or dogs as they have not been exposed to those situations. Because they have been extremely healthy housecats, and have only been with each other (plus Zephyr does not handle the veterinarian or travel well), they have not had their shots updated. Tika has a mild case of asthma. Zephyr has a bit of a sensitive stomach, and as long as he has the proper diet (and you keep him away from ribbons and grass) is very manageable. Otherwise, be prepared to have a lot of fun playing, observing and loving them. Hoping to find them a home here in New England. We will miss them so very much, and hope that their new family will have as much pleasure having them in their lives as we have. (Less)

     Animal Location:

Merrimack County Dunbarton, NH MAP IT!

Contact:
Christine Cullity

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Rescue Me ID: 14-03-25-00002  (female)

Persian    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Cats, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Low Energy, Very Submissive 
Health: Spayed 

    
     Animal Location:

Rockingham County Fremont, NH MAP IT!

Contact:
Matt Feeney 603-498-6678

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Cat in New Hampshire
    Cats can make good pets in New Hampshire if they match your IifestyIe. Domestic Cats have been intriguing companions for humans since ancient times. Worldwide, cats are even more popular than dogs as pets. Sadly, huge numbers of cats are in need of adoption and care. A cat owner who no longer wants the cat, or is no longer able to care for a cat, may drop the cat off at a shelter or simply abandon it. Overcrowding in shelters, along with too few adoptive families for the cats, leads to many wonderful pets having to be euthanized. Abandoned cats fend for themselves and breed in the wild, forming colonies of feral cats. Feral cats have such a difficult existence that they typically only live an average of two years, whereas domestic cats can live an average of twelve years with proper care. Organizations exist that can catch and tame feral kittens, and then place them in a home, but adult ferals can rarely be socialized to trust humans. Meanwhile, many prospective cat owners choose to purchase a kitten from a pet store or breeder, and may not know that even purebred cats and kittens are often available for adoption.

    Once someone is ready for the responsibility of caring for a cat, adoption can be an incredibly rewarding decision. Adoption benefits cats, owners, and society alike. Adopting a cat is typically much less expensive than purchasing one. Shelters often have a wide selection of very sweet, friendly cats and kittens, including purebreds. Adoptive owners enjoy bonding with their pets, and have the extra satisfaction of knowing they have rescued a wonderful companion from a hard existence. Every cat adopted means one less cat has to be euthanized. Every kitten purchased new results in one less opportunity for adoption to take place. If you are ready for a pet cat, please consider adoption!

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lnteresting Cat Trivia Low-Cost New Hampshire Spay & Neuter Clinics
    All domestic cats are descended from African wild cats. Cats were considered divine in ancient Egypt and are depicted in hieroglyphs and found mummified in the tombs of Pharaohs. Cats were incredibly popular in ancient Rome; Rome may have been spared from plague outbreaks due to its huge population of feral cats keeping the rat population under control. Today, Rome has the largest number of feral cats of any city in the worldabout 300,000 felines! The largest domestic cat ever weighed was about 46 pounds!

Related pages:

Cat Rescue

New Hampshire Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Hillsborough County - Manchester, New Hampshire 03105
Animal Allies 603-668-9299

Belknap County - Belmont 03220
STOP Spay Program for Mother Cats 603-524-6432

Merrimack County - Concord, New Hampshire 03301
New Hampshire Dept of Agriculture 603-271-3697

Merrimack County - Concord, New Hampshire 03301
NH Spaying and Altering Service Program (NHSAS) 603-224-1361

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