Two peas in a pod

Two of our friendliest siblings were adopted recently, Baby Z and Indy. These two were the last of their five siblings to find their happy ending. Their new mom describes them as , "Best friends and siblings, Indie and Baby Z are doing just fine in their new home :) ".  As you can see in the picture, they seem to enjoy perching at the top of their cat tree and do some watching through the window.

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Re-locating Feral Cats

feral cats under a shelter
We would like some assistance in finding some one  who can help us in re-locating six feral cats. We have been notified of a situation where six feral cats are in danger of being poisoned if they aren't re-located as soon as possible. New Hope Animal Rescue is willing to neuter and vaccinate these cats but we need help in finding some where safe for them to live after their medical needs have been taken care of. Please call us at 519-836-9780 or email us at newhopeanimalrescueguelph@hotmail.com.  

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“Tortitude”

We have a very special cat named Turtle who puts the " Tort" in "Tortitude". You may or may not have heard about Torties having an attitude or a lot of sassiness to their personality. While there is no evidence this is true, it rings true with any of the Torties I've met while spending time at our shelter. One I think of  in particular is our Turtle. She truly is a loving girl but it really is up to her as to when she will share the love with you. She is very playful, energetic and curious as well. If you haven't had the pleasure of meeting a Tortie cat, and you need a ...

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Kittens

This is another New Hope kitten that found her forever home recently. Our little Muffin and her two siblings found a home together. A wonderful lady and her husband wanted all three to stay together since they were a bonded trio. The three of them have settled in just fine and get up to the usual kitten-shenanigans!  It sounds like they have full run of the house.  

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