sanctuary cats

Meringue and Marshmallow

By Heather Wildman / November 9, 2022
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Who doesn’t love Marshmallows and Meringue!? 

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Featured Pet: Sanctuary Senior Sweethearts

By Heather Wildman / November 3, 2022
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According to the ASPCA, November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, therefore it would only make sense to highlight the beauty of adopting a…

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Sanctuary Cat Volunteer Program

By Heather Wildman / October 6, 2022
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As many of you know, our Sanctuary volunteers are so important to the socialization and wellbeing of our animals. Welcoming an array of animals…

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Feed the Beasts Recap

By Heather Wildman / October 6, 2022
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Starting five years ago in 2018, a friendly competition formed between our Sanctuary guests to see which species could raise the most food! There…

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Reddi-Wip

By Heather Wildman / September 29, 2022
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Reddi-Wip was left at the Program Center with two of his kittens, Marshmallow and Meringue. They were all brought to Manchester animal control where…

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Marshmallow

By Heather Wildman / September 29, 2022
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Marshmallow is a white 7-8 month old kitten that was dropped off at our Program Center with one other kitten and their papa cat.…

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Adoption Update: Gemstone Kittens

By Heather Wildman / September 6, 2022
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Found as a stray cat outside, Opal was picked up by animal control and was very friendly and sweet. It was quite obvious that…

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Featured Pet: Yetti

By Heather Wildman / September 6, 2022
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Adopted as a kitten with his littermate, who coincidentally is all black, white and fluffy Yetti joined a family with two other older cats.…

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Purl

By Heather Wildman / September 1, 2022
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Purl is a 12 year old Calico whose owner recently passed away shortly after moving here from Texas. The owner’s brother was unable to…

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Quentin

By Heather Wildman / July 2, 2022
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Quentin is a 12 year old tuxedo that came from animal control due to his owner no longer being able to care for him.…

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