Stasha was rescued from an apartment complex this winter after spending the night outside on a -15 degree night. It is amazing that she survived! She was only about 6 weeks old. At first we thought Stasha was a boy and because of the half mustache we were going to call him “Stache”. The vet, however, told us we had a girl kitty so we changed her name to Stasha. Sweet Stasha is loving and playful and deserves a wonderful home to make up for the awful start she had in life. Her favorite toys are scratching posts and toys with cat nip. She loves anything she can climb! Stasha has been in a foster home with several other kittens and loves to play with them.
My name is Bella and I’m such a sweet girl! I was taken to AC PAW when my owner could no longer keep me because of allergies. I’m 10 years old, but I think I have many quality years left to be your best feline friend. I would love to find a “retirement” home where I could play, snuggle, and be an awesome companion. I’m a black and gold tortie and I’ve been told I’m quite beautiful. What do you think? You can stop by and meet me at PetSmart in Traverse City.
Our Pet of the Week: Loki was found at a gas station in Traverse City during one of the coldest weeks in January. He had an eye infection which led to him losing his left eye. Later we found out he has an underdeveloped optical nerve which gives him tunnel vision in his right eye. He is extremely loving and playful and he enjoys just sitting on your lap. Since then, Loki does not get along with other animals and is confined to one room; the foster parents would love to see him in a nice quiet home that he can explore. It would be best if he was in a home with no young children. Loki is a very handsome white kitty with black spots and short hair. If you’d like to meet him, please message us!
LOST DOG: Styx is missing off of 17 Rd in Buckley. She is a redbone coonhound and is red with a small white diamond on her chest. Her family hasn’t seen her since around 7:40AM yesterday (4/15/14). She does not have any identification on her, but she was wearing a red bark collar and an invisible fence collar. Please call (231) 269-3006 if you have seen her.
LOST DOG: General is missing in Leelanau County. He was last seen on Wednesday evening, April 9th, just north of the fish hatchery on county road 669. He weighs about 65 pounds and has a scar that runs the entire length of his belly. His family misses him very much. If you have seen him, please call Kris at 517-507-1820.