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Cats Need Forever Home

Since I am a sucker for animals, I sometimes end up with wayward critters who need forever homes. These three sweeties are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their shots, microchipped and ready to go. If you are interested in meeting one of them, please call me at 309-241-8443, or e-mail me at [email protected] Thank you!
Shari Tripp, BHIS

This little lady would do best as an only kitty or perhaps with one or two other kitties if they were mild; she is rather shy and ends up getting picked on if the other kitties are more forward. She is front declawed. She was dropped off in the middle of winter at night in front of a local pet store. Very people friendly and loving.

Lucy was found with her brother running wild in downtown Peoria as kittens. She is missing part of a back leg, but gets around fine and doesn’t have any issues with it. She is very shy until she gets to know you; then she is very loving and adores attention. I would like to see her go as a pair with her brother Bruce since they have been together all their lives and are fond of each other. She seems to do fine with other cats as long as they don’t get aggressive or try to chase her.

Bruce was found with his sister running wild in downtown Peoria as kittens. He is also very shy, but funny and loving once he decides he likes you. He likes to give “love bites” and will grab your leg as you walk past if you don’t stop to pet him. He would probably do fine with other cats.  I would like to see him go together with his sister Lucy.