Young Cosmo is a very playful teenage kitten who came from a feral situation. He and his sister have taken a bit longer to socialize but now Cosmo is ready for a forever home. He's a smart, precocious guy who will steal your heart. Cosmo has already been neutered and is up to date on everything. He loves to climb and have a window.
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Miss Boots is a young black and white shorthair who came to HHPR September 2014 from an over-populated environment. She was given good care, but there were just too many mouths to feed. Boots is still a bit shy but she has come a long way while with us. She is good with other cats and will keep her distance if she is not comfortable with someone. Boots needs her private space so that she can learn to trust and be comfortable in a social situation. Once she knows you, she will show you how smart and wonderful she is.
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Spec is a special girl. She came from a hoarding environment and had some rough days in her early time with HHPR. She was about a year old when she came to us in June 2014. It took several weeks for her to recuperate physically and emotionally from her past. She has settled in to life at our adoption facility and enjoys some freedom in one of our rooms with a window to an outside pen. Spec babysits the feral kittens and has warmed up nicely to everyone. She can be a bit shy when she first meets you, but that quickly passes.
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This young female calico came to HHPR with a litter of kittens when she was just a kitten herself. She was a good mother to her 5 babies. Some of them were born without tails! They had a tough life but the kittens have been adopted, Tessa has been spayed and she has been at our adoption facility for a several weeks. Tessa is very playful - she's picked up where she left off before she became pregnant. She loves to be with people and sit on shoulders!
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Georgie is a character. She's got to be with people and participate in everything - including the conversation. This is not dull companionship. The more you get to know Georgie, the more you'll realize how special she is. Georgie has learned to get along with other cats and has even become familiar with a dog. She's come a long way and has earned the affection of all the HHPR volunteers.