I found Ash (now Ashton) waiting for adoption in the holding area of the shelter (I'm a cat volunteer there as well). He has FIV and is a sweet, adorable gray maile cat (about 5). He can only be described as "a character." He is a lively addition to our home which includes his older (quieter) sister, Holly (around 12), a FIV stray from MD. There is never a dull moment with paper tearing Ashton around. Both cats are happy and healthy with occasional turf wars! Thanks to the shelter staff, esp. Dalia, for letting me know about Ashton so I could add him to our family!
Thank you so much! GRACE KITTY....now Fiona.... is doing very very well. It has only been 2 days but she already comes out of hiding to say hello and explore new territory. She's eating and has no issues using her box even though I switched litter to different type, got the corn type, " worlds greatest cat litter." Also she has an awesome disposition. She is the sweetest cat I've ever known. Loves giving and receiving affection :) You guys are doing a great job, keep up the good work! Hugs
we went to get a dog at Alexandria Animal Welfare League but my boyfriend saw a cat but he really wanted not a cute kitten but a cat.This is a wonderful cat I am so glad we picked this cat out.he really enjoyed my other cat and he loves to givehugs and kisses couldn't have found a better cat. Thank you
The Colonel's human companion is Megan Webb, AWLA's Executive Director. He was abandoned in a park in Alexandria when he was only 4 weeks old and a little over one pound. Megan took him home to foster him because he was too little to stay at the Shelter. Well, he knew he had found his home. The Colonel comes to work with Megan everyday and likes to greet everyone who comes by her office.
We adopted "Mr. Wilson" (now he's Rex) in January of 2014. He is the most spoiled, loved, happy dog in the world! Here's a picture of his new little sister and best friend lounging on the couch this weekend. (Rex is the pillow for his sister Bailey) :)