Azazel

Azazel

Tiny little Azazel is a special character.  She is an independent kitty with a nose that makes her not even look like a cat! She was found on the side of the road in a very bad condition at the age of about 5 weeks.  We were not sure this little girl would make it, but

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Marbles

Marbles

So tiny, and yet so much to say.  Marbles is the smallest of cats at the shelter but she certainly knows what is going on at all times and is happy to tell you about it. Her conversation is always lively with that little voice and most of it is just pleas for loving. Like her

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Jack

Jack

Our black and white little man was named Jack after a Halloween Jack-O-Lantern because of the markings on his face.  He is so beautiful with that striking face of his. Since he came in as a tiny, terrified kitten with his three siblings, Palmer, Chairman Meow, and Marbles, he has been a little

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Palmer

Palmer

Our sleek black jaguar, Palmer, is our only black cat and thus it is always easy to spot him as he pops in for dinner.  He’s a bit shy, but very loving when you get a hold of him. His three siblings, Chairman Meow, Jack, and Marbles are always together.  They are quite

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Chairman Meow

Chairman Meow

Once a baby among a pack of four feral kittens rescued from the Da Nang golf course, Chairman Meow has made a name for himself as the pig’s best friend.  He was about 6 months old when they first met and they’ve been close ever since.  He enjoys the rough bristles on his pig friend’s

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Elton

Dear little Elton is truly a miracle baby. His mother was stolen when he was just a day old, leaving him and his four siblings to die.  The rescue group in Da Nang was alerted to this and asked if we had any nursing mothers.  We had Isabel nursing her 3 babies at the time,

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Persephone

Persephone

This now soft and chubby sibling of Apollo was brought to us a bottle feeder at the age of two weeks where she proved herself to be very, very, fond of feeding time. Despite her chronic irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), she has managed very well and is a happy, loving cat.

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Apollo

Apollo

Our sweet, dark ginger Apollo has been with us along with his sister since March 2014.  They were taken from their mother at a resort and had to be bottle fed from the age of 2 weeks. During their time with us, we discovered that both siblings had chronic Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), but are otherwise

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Pu

This princess was certainly a supermodel in a previous life, or perhaps a queen who never lifted a finger.  She lounges like we’ve never seen any cat lounge and her silky tummy just begs for kisses. Princess Pu came to us as a very ill kitten who had nonstop diarrhea that had begun to rot away

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Zukko

Zukko

This is our youngest resident who was rescued from the abuse hoarding situation that occurred in Da Nang from a now-defunct rescue there.  He came in for treatment at the clinic at the age of two weeks and was bottle fed here. Once he was big enough to defend himself, he was then sent up to

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