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Archive for February 2019

Girl Scouts visit the HSCC campus

The HSCC recently hosted a visit from Girl Scout Troop 16126 at our no-kill shelter. The girls are working toward their Junior Animal Habitat badge and arranged for an educational tour of our facility as part of this endeavor.   Prior to their visit, the troop compiled and submitted a very thoughtful list of questions…

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Adopted: Tux

Tux was in the first batch of HSCC kitties to make the transition from our no-kill shelter to Java Cats Café in July 2018. When he first arrived at the Meowietta cat lounge, he immediately hid under a sofa — and stayed there for weeks! Long after the other lounge kitties had acclimated, he remained…

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Adopted: Romeo

Romeo was originally adopted from the HSCC by a family when he was a kitten. About a year and a half later, this family called us and abruptly informed us that they wanted to return Romeo, who was currently outside in inclement weather. Of course we accepted him back with open arms; we will always…

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Adopted: Deeks

Deeks is a super-enthusiastic mixed-breed dog who LOVES people. He is snuggly and playful, and when he gets excited, his whole body wiggles from his head to his tail. This little guy has been patiently waiting for a family to call his own, and his day has finally come!   Deeks’ new family has always…

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Adopted: Norman

Norman is a handsome little panther whose squeaky meow steals hearts. During his time in a free-roam cat room at the HSCC, he got along fine with the other cats, but his real passion was interacting with people. For that reason, we thought he would be a great fit for the Java Cats Café Meowietta…

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Adopted: Capone

Capone is an eccentric little guy with an independent nature and a flair for the dramatic. He is adept at entertaining himself, and his solo antics were always a delight for HSCC staff and volunteers. Capone likes his own space, and respects the space of others, so he’s always been able to peacefully coexist with a variety of other feline personality types.

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Adopted: Nugget

Nugget came to the HSCC as a kitten with an enormous hole in the side of his face that required urgent care. We discovered that he had become a host for a wolf worm, and he needed to undergo two extensive procedures to extract the invasive worm and its debris. Had the extraction not been…

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Holiday mailer response cards on display

We are so grateful for the response we’ve received to our 2018 holiday fundraising mailer. Each year we hang the response cards on the wall so that everyone who visits our no-kill shelter can see them. These cards provide space for respondents to designate animals (or people) whom they wish to honor or remember. The…

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Adopted: Adelaide

Adelaide was first adopted at 3 months of age into a home with teens who desperately wanted a cute kitten. But when the kids went off to college, the family decided they didn’t want her anymore, and Adelaide was returned to us.   This beautiful girl’s struggle with the transition back to shelter life was…

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