Precious Paws of Encino has many adoptable cats and other animals ready to find their forever homes. For more information or for adoption requests, email Precious Paws at email@example.com.
Bucky Marie is a female domestic short-hair tortoise-shell cat. Like all Precious Paws adoptees, she is blood-tested negative and micro-chipped. Her Pet ID number is PP09D.
She is already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Precious Paws describes Buckey Marie as follows:
Buckey Marie was born around the beginning of April 2009. She is a beautifully marked Tortoiseshell with white paws. She is very smart and is living with and getting along with, other cats, dogs and children. Buckey was found by and elderly lady who found her and then hand-raised and bottle fed her.
Cloudy is a domestic short-haired female who is already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats. Like all Precious Paws adoptees, she is blood-tested negative and micro-chipped. Her ID number is gl/cloudy10.
Precious Paws describes Cloudy as follows:
Cloudy was probably born in the Spring of 2010. She is a very pretty Tabby. Warm, golden highlights. Cloudy is very sweet. She loves to be petted and to sit curled up in your lap. She gives love-bites which are just gentle bites when over stimulated by petting (note: this may scare small children). She means no harm in this action. Cloudy is not a big cat but she is big on love and needs a home of her very own.
Cleo is a domestic white-haired (mostly) cat. Like all Precious Paws adoptees, he is blood-tested negative and micro-chipped. His ID number is PP09H.
Precious Paws describes Cleo as follows:
Cleo was born in September 2009. He is a Van (a mostly white cat) with Japanese Bobtail type markings. Cleo is a very sweet boy. Cleo likes to curl up quietly in your lap and purrrrrrr. Cleo comes to you for attention, just call him, as he is shy about being pursued for attention. This cool cat would love a home of his own.
Cleo gets along with other cats and the dog at his foster's house. He spent a few days getting along while growling at them all when he was first brought into the foster's home.