This ‘Sweet’ Couple is Looking for a Forever Home for the Holidays

From Humboldt Animal Rescue Team:

Linus and Eudora- Bonded pair

Eudora:

Age: 6 months old

Breed: Tortoiseshell/Calico

Purr-sonality: Eudora is as sweet as can be and adores snuggle time with her brother Linus. Eudora can be a bit reserved at first but once she warms up to you, she is very loving. She loves to play and is very friendly.

Linus:

Age: 6 months old

Breed: Tuxedo

Purr-sonality: Linus is as sweet as can be and adores snuggle time with his sister Eudora. Linus is extremely friendly and is also very curious. He loves to be next to you and strives to know what you’re up to. He might even help you with whatever you are doing! He is very loving and LOVES to play.

HART(Humboldt Animal Rescue Team) has no room at the inn this holiday season. In order to help the many more cats and kittens that need our help we need to find homes for those already sheltered with us. There are many different ages of cats, personalities and we even have pairs who must be adopted as a bonded. Are you ready for the awesome responsibility of having a new family member? Can you help HART free up space for us to help other homeless cats in Humboldt?

All adoptable cats are spayed/neutered, test negative for FIV/FeLV, have received the first FVRCP vaccine, and have been treated for worms and fleas. During the Month of December Bring Home a New Cat and Enjoy Lowered Adoption Fees at HART!

From December 1st until the 31st these are the lowered fees:

Kittens only $100

Teens only $85

Adults only $75 AND

Keep a bonded pair together for a 25% lower adoption fee

We are open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm.

Located at 8 West 6th Street, Eureka, CA. (corner of 6th and A Street)

For appointments, please feel free to call/text us at (707) 616-6440 or email humboldtanimalrescue@gmail.com

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3 comments

  • unbridled phillistine

    People are looking for homes for 2 dogs from Rancho Tehema shooting. Their owners were shot and killed last month! Terrible! They sound friendly and what not. Anybody? The cats are nice too everybody needs rodent hunters around. Sorry song birds.

    • Have the dogs been shared on Facebook? Always worth a try! Poor dogs.

    • Not only is it dangerous to allow your cat to hunt rodents, with all the rodenticides and poisons being used, but domestic cats kill over 3 million birds, reptiles, and small mammals yearly (already causing the extinction of 33 bird species)

      We need to do better for cats and for wildlife.

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