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Cooper

Cooper was found living in a dirty warehouse. From the jump, he was super-friendly and took to foster care immediately. Several baths later, his beautiful white fur (with just a ginger dusting on top of his head) came through. Everyone who met him fell in love, but one family in particular felt he’d be a perfect companion for their cat. Cooper is loving his cozy new home, where he never has to sleep on a cold floor or struggle for food. Sweet dreams, little man!

Bart

Bart was wandering, cold and hungry. We rescued him from certain death and took him into a warm foster home where he became an immediate favorite. After several months of being passed over for cute kittens, a woman and her son came to look for a new friend to add to their family. Bart immediately won them over and is now spending his days as “Lord of the Manor.” As it should be!

Dinah

Pretty little Dinah is dressed in her Christmas bow! She was found as a tiny kitten, struggling to survive all on her own. Her foster family only intended to give her a temporary home, but fell in love with this sweet baby and made her a permanent part of the crowd. Dinah now shares her home with a bunny, some fish and humans who treasure her.

Gordy

Gordy — now known as “Brady” — was rescued from a cold winter storm with his tiny littermates. After growing and thriving in a loving foster home, he found his forever family. They just sent us this picture, depicting how he likes to spend snowy days: in front of the heat vent! At last, he can enjoy the snowflakes from INSIDE!

Pawlina

Our Pawlina is the most loving, sweet girl you’d ever want. Unfortunately, she is FIV-positive and was frequently overlooked. This only means that a little bit of extra care is needed; FIV kitties can lead a long, healthy life. Her new parents stepped up, welcoming this beautiful girl into their home and renaming her “Clara.” They tell us that she is playful and affectionate, and they couldn’t be happier with her!

Gizmo

Gizmo (FKA as “Shuffle”) was one of a litter rescued from a backyard, shortly before a terrible storm. He was so shy, we worried he’d never “show well” to potential adopters. But one kind couple gave him a chance, and within two days, had decided he had to be part of their family. He’s a cherished member, now — out of his shell and loving life!

Sally & Bear

Sally and Bear are two sweet brown and white tabbies, who are cute as buttons! These kittens are used to other cats and kids, and will make wonderful family pets. To meet them, fill out an application or contact us at (201) 666-5444 or care4strays@optonline.net.

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Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic For CATS a Success!

It was a busy day on April 21st, as C.A.T.S. volunteers and the medical staff of Franklin Lakes Animal Hospital worked to spay and neuter a number of cats in our area who otherwise might not have been. All told, 49 cats were altered, including some feral cats. This will go a long way to helping reduce overpopulation and its sad consequences. Below are some photos of this great day. C.A.T.S. wants to thank everyone who helped this event, and the wonderful staff of FLAH who made it possible. 1)  FLAH staff and C.A.T.S. volunteers helping revive the kitties. The device with the hose blows warm air onto a pad to help warm the animals up and bring them around after the surgery. They got mani-pedi’s while they were still under! 2)  Some pet parents taking their fur babies home after a long day. All patients got ice cream that night (not really).  3)  Dr. Alan Pomerantz of Franklin Lakes Animal Hospital attending to one of his furry patients. All told, 49 animals were treated.

CATS Fundraiser 2014

ANNUAL FUNDRAISER UPDATE

Our recent fundraiser to benefit homeless animals was a success! Over 200 animal lovers attended the event at Seasons, enjoying great food, a Tricky Tray, 50/50 and Silent Auction. Many, many thanks to our supporters and volunteers who made this a wonderful night.