Mango has replaced Cheeto as our spoiled rotten office cat but we love her!
CATS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
All adults cats are spayed/neutered, tested for feline leukemia and FIV, current on age-appropriate vaccines and dewormed. All adopters will receive free food and an adoption packet full of information and toys, food & water bowls. There's even special discounts for multi-cat adoptions and senior citizens. Scroll down to see some of our friendly felines.
Can be seen at Stoffel's Country Store
2 and1/2 year old spayed female gray torti longhair that was recently found stray in Hurley. She is very affectionate and people friendly, a little apprehensive around other cats right now.
8 year old spayed female all black shorthair that was recently surrendered. She's and affectionate cat but does like her independence and would prefer a home without small children or dogs. She is declawed on all four paws.
6 month old spayed female shorthair that was found stray in Montreal recently. She is a very inquisitive kitten who likes to play, of course. She is getting used to being around some of the bigger cats too.
Older spayed female dilute Calico longhair that was left abandoned on HOPE's doorstep. She arrived full of mats and tangled fur so we shaved her down to make her more comfortable. She's a very sweet cat who loves attention.
2 year old neutered male brown Tabby that was found stray in the Ramsay area recently. He is somewhat shy and uncertain of his surroundings but once coaxed out of his cage he loves to be petted and sit in your lap.
2 year old spayed female Tabby point Siamese mix that was found with BABY in Ironwood. She has a pretty longhair coat that she enjoys being brushed. A bit shy, she would do best in a 0ne-cat household without dogs and small children.
4 year old neutered male gray & white longhair that was found stray in Ironwood. He is quite shy but friendly, preferring to sleep during the day. Who knows what he does during the night?!
3 year old neutered male orange and white Tabby shorthair that was found stray in North Ironwood recently. He enjoys his time in the cattery and gets along with other cats.
PAWS was recently diagnosed as being diabetic and is in need of insulin shots every 12 hours for him to lead a normal life. This is a challenge for the shelter; anybody interested in fostering this wonderful cat would be greatly appreciated!
4 year old spayed female calico Tabby shorthair that was recently surrendered. She is very affectionate and would enjoy a home without small children or other cats.
3 year old neutered male white and brown Tabby shorthair mix that was found stray in Bessemer. He is an affectionate, friendly cat with people but will stand his ground around other cats, especially males.
2 year old spayed female gray & white longhair that was recently found stray in Ironwood. She arrived fairly well matted from living out in the cold but is starting to look better. She is a quiet, friendly cat.
2 year old neutered male shorthair that arrived after his owner passed away. He is a nice friendly and gentle cat that gets along with all others.
8 year old spayed female Calico that was recently surrendered. She's very friendly around people, rubbing against you wanting to be petted. She doesn't get along with other cats though.
3 year old spayed female orange Tabby shorthair that was found stray in Marenisco recemtly. She is a very sweet, affectionate cat and also front declawed.
5 year old spayed female Calico longhair that was surrendered. She's a quiet, friendly cat that enjoys her naps and being brushed.
2 year old spayed female Calico longhair that was found abandoned in Gile. She's a very talkative friendly girl that is very sociable with the other cats. She likes to be held and petted.
2 year old spayed female orange Tabby that was found stray in Bessemer recently. She is a very pretty, sweet cat who prefers not to mingle with the other cats right now.
4 year old neutered male black & white shorthair that was recently found in the Ramsay area. He shows some signs of living on the streets but enjoys being brushed and petted.
2 year old neutered male orange Tabby and white shorthair that was recently found abandoned in Marenisco. He is a pretty mellow cat who likes being held.
2 year old neutered male orange Tabby and white shorthair was recently found stray in Ironwood. He is a social cat who likes being held and gets along with the other cats.
2 year old spayed female tortoiseshell shorthair that was recently found stray in Bessemer. She's a very affectionate and has a beautiful coat with unique markings.
2 year old neutered male shorthair found stray in Hurley recently. He is a very handsome cat with a great personality. He loves to be brushed, petted and played with. He gets along well with other cats.
4 year old spayed female brown Tabby shorthair that was recently surrendered. She is a very affectionate cat who is fond of rubbing against you, looking to be pet and handled.
3 year old neutered male orange & white Tabby shorthair that was recently found stray along Black River Road. He was wearing a flea collar and appears to be in good health. Very people friendly, not so much with other cats.
4 year old spayed female brown Tabby shorthair that was found pregnant. After giving birth to healthy kittens who have all been adopted, she awaits her turn. She's a very people friendly cat that enjoys being petted. She would do best in a 1 cat household.
INDIGO & FANCY
1 year old spayed female longhairs that were recently found abandoned. They are both extremely gentle, friendly gals with that get along just fine with other cats.
4 year old spayed female Calico found stray in Wakefield Township recently. She shows some signs of battling the cold as her ear tips are a bit frostbit. otherwise she's in good health and very affectionate.
3 year old neutered male light orange Tabby shorthair found stray in Ironwood. He's a pretty laid-back cat, prefering to be out of the limelight, just hoping to get some love and affection.
2 and 1/2 year old spayed female shorthair that was recently surrendered. She's generally a friendly, loving cat that prefers to be handled on her own terms. She would do best in a single cat household.
5 and 1/2 year old neutered male shorthair that was recently surrendered. He's a gentle and friendly cat that previously lived in a household with dogs, cats and small children. He's getting used to his new surroundings and would fit in quickly in a new home.
1995 - 2012
It is with a heavy heart that we announce that our beloved office cat CHEETO was given a gift of peace on Monday, October 29, 2012. He said his goodbyes to his fellow feline residents in the Cat Room and took one last walk into the sunny outside cattery before his last visit to Lake Road Veterinary Clinic.
CHEETO was a friend and a greeter to thousands of visitors to HOPE since 2005 when he arrived after his owner passed away. He was the perfect candidate for an ambassador and office cat as he never once tried to leave via the front door, even though he always had the opportunity to do so. He was allowed to roam the office and hallways throughout the night, and enjoyed this freedom as he waited for the unsuspecting mouse to become his latest plaything. He was spoiled rotten to say the least but he stayed out of the way when things got hectic, knowing his turn for a treat would come when the next visitor came through the door. He loved when new donations of bedding or blankets arrived so he could try them out to make sure they were suitable for the other cats and dogs.
CHEETO started developing some heart problems about a year ago and started to slow down as he got older and his condition worsened. He spent a lot of time sleeping out of the public's eyes and was content to spend this past summer's mornings in the cattery. His final days were tough to watch as the 15 pound CHEETO of old was now down to a skinny 6. Gone was his appetite and his personality.
"Thank You" to Dr. Karen Mallum of Lake Road Veterinary Clinic for her treatment and compassion of CHEETO throughout the years and to Joy Smith of Rivers Edge Pet Crematory for her professional services and thoughtfulness. Goodbye CHEETO. It is lonely and not the same in the office now that you are gone but you have crossed the Rainbow Bridge and are suffering no more. We will see you again.
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wonderful adoptable animals
waiting for their forever home!
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