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Happy New Year!

Lily is doing great and her spay went well! She is probably quite happy that her fur has grown back also. We had her done at Tudor Glen Veterinary clinic on November 10th.




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Hello and Happy New Year from Charlie, Freddie and of course us, Linda and Dwayne. Just wanted to give an update on Charlie. There is nothing to say except he was one of the best choices we’ve ever made. Love him to death. He’s been such a busy little guy. Thank you for all the animals you have helped who hopefully like our little Charlie will all find as much love and happiness as he did.

Yours truly,

Linda & Dwayne

Rory (now Root)

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I just want to say thank you as Root is a wonderful, playful, cuddly, loving kitten who has taken well to our family and our older cat, Fury. They play well together and Root has established herself as the dominant cat in our household, Fury is a big baby really.

Kind regards,


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Lily has fit in just fine and it nice to have another furry friend in the house, she has quite the character and who can resist her adorable little pink nose =)

We have taken her for all her shots and she was recently spayed @ Tudor Glenn ...although Lily does NOT miss the cone I am missing all the cuddles haha.

I would highly recommend the Tudor Glenn Vet location to anyone with animals as they are amazing! They also have longer hours which helps, even though it is a bit of a drive for me I will continue to take Lily there in the future instead of changing back to the vet I had used for my previous cat.

She is growing far too fast and loves to climb and be inside of anything she can wiggle herself into!

Here's a couple of pics


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Keiki is doing great. She is the cutest grumpy cat, lol. She has lost a little bit of weight, has a whole house to walk around in and is happy sleeping where it is warm.

Atlas and Artemis

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Things are great. The kittens are healthy and seem happy. Here is a picture.

Ares (now Snapple)

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Snapple (we renamed her!) is doing great! Just had her spay surgery today, everything went okay.

She's still socializing with the existing cats - I didn't want to rush it so as to avoid any long-term discomfort, but they'll co-exist in the same room and only when she charges at the older cats do they give any reaction - usually a swat on the nose (claws in) and she'll back off.

She loves exploring the house - we've kitty-proofed most of it based on our previous heart-stopping experience (somehow, she managed to get the cover off one of the heat registers back in August and made it all the way to the basement - luckily, no injuries, but we've been extra careful since then).

She'll be joining her adopted sisters in the next couple of weeks on a full-time basis, once she heals from her surgery, and she remains one of the sweetest, most well-tempered cats I've ever known.


Royalle (Now Gus)

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Royalle (who we now call Gus-Gus) is adjusting well to our home.  Whenever we come home from being away, he's always there, meowing like crazy!  He likes hanging around with people, and loves cuddling.  He's also very talkative, which we love.  He was a bit shy around visitors at first, but he's adjusted now.  He's a very sweet and loving cat who's been a good fit for our family.

We haven't had any issues with Gus. He was inclined to scratch the furniture when we first moved in, but my parents (who had a scratching cat of their own) had built 'couch guards', so we just borrowed those, and placed scratching toys nearby for him to use until he got used to the idea of what was appropriate to scratch.  Beyond that, he's been wonderful!

Thanks for asking after him!