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Archive for October 2018

Adopted: Joshua

Joshua is a majestic Norwegian Forest Cat and a gentle giant. An older boy, he once lived in a loving home but ended up in the shelter due to sad and unforeseen circumstances. Despite his size, Joshua could be shy and withdrawn around the other cats in his free-roam cat room here at the HSCC.…

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HSCC participates in Chalktoberfest 2018

The HSCC is pleased to have participated in Chalktoberfest 2018! Presented by the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art, Chalktoberfest is an annual chalk, beer, and wine festival that is held on the Marietta Square every October.   2018 was our third year participating in the festival. We had a booth on the Square, where we were…

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Adopted: Murphy

Murphy is a highly eccentric little guy who definitely marches to the beat of his own drum! He’s weird, quirky, goofy, sometimes baffling, and always wildly enthusiastic. Everyone who meets him falls in love with him and his oddball ways. This derpy little dude set a record for the number of adoption applications received in…

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Adopted: Einstein and Charlese

Einstein and Charlese are siblings and a bonded pair. They grew up together at our shelter, and they transferred to the Java Cats cat lounge together. When their new people met them at the lounge, they fell in love with both cats and were willing to accept them as a package deal. This was a…

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Adopted: Zeus

This stunning Snowshoe Siamese has always been friendly but aloof; he was never much of a cuddler, until his new mom walked in the door. She and Zeus took to each other immediately, and over a series of regular visits, they formed a strong bond. Zeus seemed to know the moment he saw her that…

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Adopted: Darby

Darby’s new family fell in love with him immediately upon meeting him, but due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control, there was a delay of about a month before they could officially take him home. During this time, they regularly checked up on him, wanting to know how he was doing, what his day had been…

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Adopted: Faline

Faline was rescued as a kitten in the company of an older male cat. Both cats were given every chance that medical care could provide, but the older male was in very poor health and unfortunately did not survive. We can’t know the story behind this odd pair, but it seemed that the male cat…

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Adopted: Aspen

When Aspen first came to the HSCC, he was underweight, malnourished, and suffering from a skin condition. It was also clear that his teeth were in need of immediate attention. Despite his various ailments, Aspen was still a happy little guy with a sunny personality who basked in human attention. He enthusiastically accepted a medicated…

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