Welcome to our new web site!

To give our readers a chance to experience all that our new website has to offer, we have made all content freely avaiable, through October 1, 2018.

During this time, print and digital subscribers will not need to log in to view our stories or e-editions.

CAT’S MEOW RESOURCE AND ADOPTION

Senior cats seek furrever homes

Posted

The Cat’s Meow Resource and Adoption Center, 2211 N. Mesquite St., had a lot of adoptions in recent weeks, but there are many more cats and kittens needing homes.

Here are some Cat’s Meow alumni who have been adopted or hope to be.

Oliver (one of the lucky ones)

Oliver is about 14 years old. He came to Cat’s Meow more than two years ago and was relinquished because he was old. He found his forever home with “an older gentleman who came in to Cat’s Meow to find an older cat so that they could live out their golden years together,” the Cat’s Meow said.

Bernadette and Twilight (also lucky)

These two senior cats (ages 9 and 11) came to Cat’s Meow about three years ago as the result a hoarding situation. They needed to be adopted together – and they were!

Better Life Natural Pet Foods: Chips and Salsa

When the Cat’s Meow enclosures are full, it asks Better Life Natural Pet Foods, 315 S. Telshor Blvd., for help via their boarding/adoption area. Chips and Salsa were headed there in late February, looking for a forever home. Chips and Salsa became homeless when their human broke a hip. They are bonded senior cats about 12 years old. They are good with children and dogs. Call or text 575-202-1674 or email nmkimj@gmail.com. Visit http://betterlifenaturalpetfoods.com/.

The goal of the nonprofit Cat’s Meow “is to provide a temporary safe haven for cats until a new ‘purrfect’ home can be found for them,” according to www.thecatsmeowlascruces.com.

Cat’s Meow’s welcomes donations and ideas for fundraisers. Send donations to Cat’s Meow Adoption Center, P.O. Box 3166, Las Cruces, N.M. 88003.  Visit https://donorbox.org/century-club-donor

 to donate online.

To volunteer and for more information, call 575-640-0011.