Northeast Times

Pets of the Week (November 7, 2012)

Remy is a very spe­cial girl

Remy is a 7-month-old spe­cial-needs kit­ten who is in the care of North­east An­im­al Res­cue.

The cat has had both eyes re­moved due to severe in­fec­tion, but that doesn’t stop her from play­ing with her fa­vor­ite toys or at­tempt­ing to chase the dog in her foster home. She likes a warm bed and a full food dish.

Remy has tested pos­it­ive for the fe­line im­mun­ode­fi­ciency vir­us. She will need reg­u­lar veter­in­ary care and prompt at­ten­tion if an ill­ness arises.

The cat is spayed, mi­cro­chipped and cur­rent on vac­cin­a­tions, and has tested neg­at­ive for the fe­line leuk­emia vir­us.

Sey­mour, the cat pro­filed in last week’s Times, has been ad­op­ted. To ad­opt Remy, fill out an ap­plic­a­tion atht­tp://nar.res­cuegroups.org/an­im­als/de­tail?An­im­al­ID=5092004 ••

Find­ing Nemo a home is cru­cial

Poor Nemo has been in foster care for a year and really needs a home. He has been with For­got­ten Cats since be­ing dumped by his own­er at a Wawa store.

The ad­or­able or­ange and white tabby cat waited faith­fully for two months by the road for his own­er to re­turn. He is 3 years old and de­clawed. He loves at­ten­tion and pam­per­ing.

Nemo can live with dogs but not oth­er cats. He is neutered and vac­cin­ated, and has tested neg­at­ive for the fe­line leuk­emia and im­mun­ode­fi­ciency vir­uses.

To ap­ply to ad­opt Nemo, vis­it www.pet­find­er.com/shel­ters/PA586.html or go to the PetS­mart at 901 Old York Road in Jen­k­in­town. ••

Hop to Cleo

Cleo is a friendly adult rab­bit in need of a home.

The cat is avail­able for ad­op­tion at the Wo­men’s Hu­mane So­ci­ety, at 3839 Rich­lieu Road in Ben­s­alem. Her tag num­ber is H29499.

Cleo likes chil­dren, but needs a home without cats.

Ad­op­tion hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tues­days, Thursdays, Fri­days and Sat­urdays and 1 to 7 p.m. on Wed­nes­days.

Call 215-750-3100 or vis­it www.wo­menshumaneso­ci­ety.org ••

You can reach at noreply@bsmphilly.com.

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