EL SEGUNDO HERALD March 3, 2016 Page 15 Purrrfect Companions Buttercup Audrey Make a purr-fect match when you adopt a new feline friend. Buttercup is a precious, charismatic Siamese girl who bats her eyelashes and everyone melts. She loves attention, but also entertains herself. Buttercup adores other nice kitties and brings out the best in everyone with her sweet charm. She is soft, affectionate, nuzzles, loves nose kisses and cuddles. Named after the princess in “The Princess Bride”, she bonded to a shy boy named Westley, who has been through a lot of hardship in his young life. She brought out his happiness and confidence with love. To see him light up when they are together, inspires the people who rescued them both. Wesley is a cool cat. He has swag and wants to hang out with his friends, sit and watch TV next to you, and play with his cat friends. He keeps his distance when there is a ruckus. His fur is soft and fluffy and he loves pets and chin scratches. Wesley looks at you with his piercing green eyes and his mane is full like a proud king. Buttercup’s outgoing personality brought out his playfulness with unconditional love. These two would bring so much joy to any home! Mango is a young “creamsicle” male kitty who loves to play and follow you around. He also loves relaxing on his cat tree perch. He is strikingly handsome and would be a great addition to your family! Mango has short, soft bright white fur with cute orange tabby patches and very pretty, smiling and expressive golden eyes. His tabby patches are arranged on his face like a Turkish Van although he is more of an oriental Shorthair. He is ready to move in to be your sweet Mango boy! Mango gets along very nicely with everyone (although he might prefer a home without very small Wesley hopes to get adopted with her. Amanda is a spitfire, very playful, always on the move, and also cute and funny. But she’s also very affectionate. If you put your face close to hers, she’ll bump noses with you! Amanda definitely needs a playmate to be happy. Of course, she’d love to be adopted with her sister, Audrey. They promise to keep you entertained. Anita will be two years old this April. She is a very sweet little girl who loves to play and run. Her favorite toys are laser lights and tiny crumpled balls of paper or tinfoil; she’ll chase them around the house and even carry them in her mouth. She can be a little shy with new people, and a bit skittish if she feels she’s being chased or yelled at, but with a bit of gentle lovingness, she’ll warm right up and really does love attention and affection. Anita would love another female kitty friend to play with, and she does get along with most dogs (provided they won’t chase her!). She would fit right into a home with another cat or dog friend, but no young children please. (She was severely traumatized by young children at her first home.) These cats and kittens are available for adoption through Kitten Rescue, one of the largest cat rescue groups in Southern California. All of our kitties are spayed/ neutered, microchipped, tested for FeLV and FIV, dewormed and current on their vaccinations. For additional information and to see our other kitties, please check our website www.kittenrescue.org or email us at email@example.com. Your tax deductible donations for the rescue and care of our cats and kittens can be made through our website or by sending a check payable to Kitten Rescue, 914 Westwood Blvd. #583, Los Angeles, CA 90024. On Saturdays, we have adoptions from noon to 3:30 p.m. in Westchester at 8655 Lincoln Blvd. just south of Manchester Ave. and also in Mar Vista at 3860 Centinela Ave, just south of Venice Boulevard. Our website lists additional adoption sites and directions to each location. • Mango children). If you already have another cat, Mango could be a great choice, but he’d probably be happiest getting full attention as a single cat. Julian is a sweet and mellow boy. He is short-haired Russian Blue mix who is extremely affectionate with people. He gets also along with other cats of all ages. Julian is looking for a safe and loving home. He could be adopted as an only cat, but would probably do best in a home with at least one other kitty. Audrey is sweet and reserved, a little shy with new people at first, but a real sweetheart once she trusts you. She doesn’t mind being held, and will cuddle into your neck for comfort once she gets to know you. She loves playing with her sister, Amanda, and Saving one animal won’t change Julian Amanda Anita the world, but the world will surely change for that animal.
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