Thursday, July 3, 2008
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Trini was born on March 3, 2006.  Trini is a gray domestic shorthair, with some tabby markings.  Trini has been spayed and fully vaccinated.  Trini's little life started out rough, and pretty much stayed that way.  Trini originally came to CCHS after being confiscated by Animal Control during a raid on an animal "hoarder".  Trini and many other dogs and cats were living in horrible conditions, with someone who simply could not properly care for them.  After a brief stay at Animal Control, Trini came to the CCHS shelter.  She was very small and frightened, so it was decided that Trini would stay in a foster home until she got a little older.  Once that happened, she was moved to the CCHS shelter, and soon after was adopted into what we thought would be a good home, but we were terribly wrong. Trini is now back at CCHS and doing well with the other cats.  She is a very loving and affectionate cat.  CCHS is looking for a home and family for Trini; a home where she can just be loved and treated as a member of the family....not treated as piece of home decor that can just be packed away when it is no longer wanted.  For more information, please call Robin at 770/478-7531.  Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.
Tomasina a gorgeous Himalayan.  She is between 10 and 11 years old, and she has been spayed and fully vaccinated.  Poor Tomasina is yet another animal victim of the current economic situation that so many families are suffering through.  Originally adopted from CCHS several years ago, Tomasina went into a wonderful home, where several other CCHS animals were already living.  She was loved and pampered, and truly living the "good life".  But then the family was hit with the loss of one of the primary jobs, and money became tight.  They simply had to admit that they could no longer care for their beloved animals.  Tomasina came back to CCHS, and is currently living in the office so that she can have the intensive human companionship that she had come to know in her former home.  She is a great cat, with tons of personality.  For more information, please call Robin at 770/478-7531.  Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.