Thursday, January 14, 2010

Sunday, January 17, 1-3 p.m.

Pet Haven cats will hold two adoptions which means we are in two locations during the same hours and day.

PetCo Richfield at 66th and Lyndale Ave. S and

Chuck and Don's Bloomington at 8417 Lyndale Ave. S

If you don't see what interests you at one location, you can easy travel to the other one in a short amount of time.

The youngest kittens, except for Marcy, will be at the Chuck and Don's location. There are 4, two brown tabbys and 2 black, one of the blacks is a female. Go to, click on cats available for adoption and fill out an application form and you will be at the head of the line at the adoption events.

Marcy is a little older (than the above kids) calico kitten and we think she would really like to be the queen of her home and an only cat.

She's very playful and people attentive but plays quite dominantly with another kitten or cat.

We'll see some of these cats for the first time:

Libby -

Libby was much to young to have kittens and is just a teenager now.

She loves to play! Toys, all toys, every toy. Will you play with me too???

She also loves to relax and have you talk to her and snuggle. Her foster only has pictures of her relaxing because she moves very quickly when she is up and playing and blurred pictures with just a tail in them don't show you much.

Silas is coming too - a big, black, handsome fellow who loves to give hugs and gets along well with a dog.

Duke and Denny, the handsome brothers who are medium haired black smokes - loving boys who play and romp through the house.

Bijou is a first timer also - she's a lynx point siamese cross. That means she has tabby stripes and gorgeous blue eyes. She's a sweetheart too and hopes you will love her personality, which is gentle as well as playful, as much as you do her looks. She is waiting for an appointment to repair a hernia at the incision site when she was spayed. She may come and visit and would be ready to go a week after her surgery.

And, of course, there will be many more cats there too.

Come and enjoy, consider adopting, help us make space to rescue another few.

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