This week's adoptable pets:
Hi there! My name is Nadia which means “hope. As you can see, I’m a really stunning and unique looking girl; I have the lovely blue eyes and “points” of a Ragdoll combined with the dramatic torti markings of orange and black on my face. I’m a lovely companion kitty – I enjoy sitting next to you purring as I’m very much a people kitty. I love sleeping on the bed with my foster MomJ I’m confident, friendly and I love being groomed and petted. I settle into new situations pretty quickly and I’m pretty low key and mellow. I need to be an only kitty. I’m four years, old, up to date with my shots, tested negative and am microchipped.
Hello! My name is Fitzgerald. As you can see, I’m exceptionally handsome. So there’s that. But I’m also quite affectionate and really love petting (REALLY love it). I like to sleep on the bed with my foster and I’m a very easy kitty to have around. After all, us “orange boys” are known for being super sweet and easygoing, mellow and affectionate. I do just fine with other kitties and I can also be an only kitty. I’m probably ok with dogs if given a proper introduction. I’m about two years old, I have been neutered, microchipped, tested negative and am up to date on all my shots.
This month's featured organization is: MAINE COON ADOPTIONS
Maine Coon cats are known as “Dogs of the Cat World” because of their social, people-oriented personalities. Maine Coons like to be near people, retaining their playful personalities long into adulthood. Known for their long fluffy coats, big paws, ear tufts and “eyeliner-lined eyes,” Maine Coons enjoy petting and are wonderful “companion cats.” Maine Coon Adoptions (MCA) rescues Maine Coon mixes from shelters and the streets; we rescue short and medium haired kitties as well. MCA has a particular passion for older and special needs cats, and 25% of the cats that we rescue are older and special needs. Learn more at MaineCoonAdoptions.com.
Looking for a loving animal? Adopt one now from the KOIT Wet Nose Wednesday family of humane societies, animal care services and shelters. Many of them offer training, neuter/spaying services, clinics, and of course advice for the new pet owner. Find one near you!
Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society
Contra Costa Humane Society
East Bay SPCA
Furever Animal Rescue
Hayward Animal Services Bureau
Humane Society Silicon Valley
Maine Coon Adoptions
Marin Humane Society
Mendocino Coast Humane Society
Oakland Animal Services
Palo Alto Animal Services
Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA
Rocket Dog Rescue – Finds foster and forever homes for abandoned dogs
San Francisco SPCA now with TWO locations. Mission or Pacific Heights
The San Francisco Department of Animal Care and Control
San Jose Animal Care Center
Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority