Misaki

In Japanese, Misaki means “beautiful blossom”. Misaki was found on the streets wearing a collar. Sadly her family did not come looking for her. She is very nervous of the new sights and sounds of the shelter. This pretty lady may need a little extra time to adjust to her new home. So if you have a quiet home to allow her to settle in, stop by and meet her today.

Roronoa

Roronoa arrived at the shelter with his sister Temari as stray kittens with eye issues. Roronoa’s eye was too far gone and had to be removed, but he and his sister have recovered together and become adjusted to living indoors. Roronoa loves to play, especially with wand toys, his sister, and his other cat friends. He is more used to people than his sister is, and will purr away once he calms down and gets comfortable. Come and visit him and his favorite sister today!

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Cat was brought in by ACO. Cat was found on Shenandoah Ave in Harrisonburg, Va on 06/16/2021. Cat has on no forms of identification (collar, microchip etc.)

Faithy

This little girl had a rough start in life. She and her sister Kronky were found out running around the neighborhood. She probably didn’t have much human companionship. She has been at the shelter for a little while getting healthy and learning to trust people. She may be a little shy and will need someone to help her feel safe and learn about the big world out there. If that sounds like you, then stop by and meet Faithy.