Max is roughly 3 years old. He's a solid black domestic short hair cat who is quite the love bug... doesn't mind curling up on a comfortable lap and being your best buddy. He is medium weight and build and one of his ears is tipped. This is an indicator he was neutered in the past through a clinic. Max is good with kids and other cats. Unfortunately there is no information on how he would react in the presence of a dog. As with all of Pet Pantrys' adoptable pets, he is up to date on vaccinations, is micro-chipped and registered and has been treated for any fleas, worms, or ticks he may have had when he came in. If you have room in your home and heart for an adult male lovebug of a cat please give Pet Pantry a call at 717-983-8878 to inquire about him and stop in to see him!
Miz Torti is 2 years old (best estimate) and went to the Pet Pantry as a friendly stray via a concerned client who took care of her for a while on her property. She is, as the name would imply, a tortoise shell cat which gives her her distinct markings and unique, peanut-buttery coloration. She is quite svelte with a small head but piercing eyes that fluctuate slightly in hue depending on the amount of light that is hitting them and the angle of view. She is really good with children and other cats and has some play drive left in her. She absolutely adores a toy that's been rolled in freshly cut catnip. Please feel free to call the Pet Pantry at 717-983-8878 with any question about Miz Torti or any of their other available cat companions up for adoption!
This weeks Furry Find is "Oliver", a very handsome and distinguished adult, neutered male, gray and white Domestic Short Hair cat. "Oliver" is incredibly friendly and would love to curl up on your lap and enjoy those lazy summer days. "Oliver" has a disease called Feline Immunodeficiency Virus or FIV. It is a disease similar to HIV in people but cannot be transmitted from cats to people. Because of this, he needs to be in an only cat home as the disease can be transmitted to other cats. "Oliver" doesn't let this get him down at all though, and cats with FIV can often live perfectly normal and long lives. It is important that you take "Oliver" to regular vet visits to ensure he remains healthy, and try to keep any stressful events to a minimum as a lot of stress can decrease his ability to fight off infections or other diseases. Because of his FIV status, "Oliver" has been one of the Pet Pantry's longer residents and would love nothing more than for you to go out and meet him this evening at the Pet Pantry of Lancaster County located at 26 Millersville Road, Lancaster, PA 17603. They are open to 7:30 this evening. You can find out more about "Oliver" and all his friends, at the Pet Pantry, looking for homes by visiting their website www.petpantrylc.org