Feisty is our resident diva and our live-in feline friend. Feisty had been abandoned and was part of the ACHS adoption program. Shelley brought her to the store to get her off the streets and hopefully into someone’s home. That was in 2010.
Feisty had been declawed and had numerous injuries due to living outside without protection. Many cats who have been declawed tend to resort to biting, sometimes inappropriately. Feisty is one of them. If you are a true cat person and watch for the signs – she can be one of the most loveable cats around. She drools when she is particularly happy. Visit this website for more information about declawing.
If you are visiting the store please say hi to Feisty, but keep petting to the top of the head and don’t antagonize her with games with your hands please. We appreciate your patience with our rehabilitating cat.
Stretch on the other hand, thinks he is a dog. We rescued him in the summer of 2014 with a leg injury. There is a fancy name for it but basically someone had pulled his left leg so far out that he couldn’t bear weight on it. Poor guy recovered for the most part but still has a limp. He also may have some neurological disorder which causes him to shake occasionally.
He is a very happy cat who loves to play, climbs up high and gets daily joy from watching the printer. Stretch loves most dogs and just about every person ~ Come in and visit him.