Even more handsome in person? That's Leroy

Leroy and pals Bonnie, Jenny, Lacey and Cadee are all ready for forever homes
Handsome in this photo, even more handsome in person. That's Leroy. NESAA photo.

Leroy

Leroy is a social and friendly male. He was a stray. He is confident and relaxed around people. He enjoys being pet and is at ease when held. He is alert and curious about his environment. Leroy is loving and affectionate. He is okay around cats. He is good-natured and might be okay with children. We have not observed him around dogs. He should adjust fairly well to new situations. Leroy is a beautiful cat who is even more handsome than his photos. He will be an excellent companion and family member. Leroy deserves a responsible guardian to make a lifetime commitment to care for him in a loving forever home.

Bonnie

Bonnie is a friendly approximately 1 year old female. She is easy going and confident around people. She is happy to be pet and is relaxed when held. Bonnie should adjust fairly well to new situations. She is good around cats. We have not observed her around dogs or small kids. She will probably be okay with gentle kids. Bonnie will be an excellent companion and member of the family. She is as sweet as she is cute, and she is very cute!

Bonnie is best friends with Jenny, another black and white short hair female cat who is also adoptable. Jenny and Bonnie are a BONDED PAIR and MUST BE ADOPTED OTHER! Both are sweet girls who enjoy each other's companionship. They will also be wonderful and loving companions + members of the family for you. Bonnie and Jenny are hoping for a responsible guardian to make a lifetime commitment to care for them in a loving forever home - together!

Jenny

Jenny is a friendly approximately 2 year old female. She is relaxed and comfortable w/ people. She enjoys being pet. She has a calm and easy going disposition. Jenny is best friends with Bonnie, another friendly black and white short hair female cat who is also adoptable. Jenny and Bonnie are a BONDED PAIR and MUST BE ADOPTED OTHER!

Lacey

Lacey is a beautiful and sweet 2 year old spayed female. She has been transported to the shelter, the vet's and back to the shelter all in 1 day. Understandably, she needs time to settle into her new surroundings.

Despite all the upheaval Lacey has experienced, she remains a sweet cat who appreciated the comfort of being pet. She can be demur yet is social and okay meeting new people. Approach her with a gentle hand and she should warm up to you. Lacey enjoys being pet. She is okay being handled but prefers not to be held. She is not a lap cat. Lacey will do best in a calm home environment. She is good with cat-friendly felines. Lacey is hoping for a responsible and patient guardian who will accept that she needs time to adjust. She is wishing for a devoted guardian to make a lifetime commitment to give her the love and care she deserves.

Cadee

Cadee is an approximately 5 year old female. She came to NESAA with her housemates Caden and Cadman after their previous guardian could not care for them. Understandably, Cadee was scared and very shy upon arriving at NESAA. She is making progress and is slowly getting use to her new environment. She is beginning to feel more comfortable around people. She is good around cats. We have not observed her around dogs, but she will definitely not want to live with a high energy dog. Cadee will need plenty of time to adjust to new situations. She needs an understanding and patient owner who will let her come out of her shell at her own pace. Cadee is a gentle cat who needs a gentle hand to pet her slowly and show her love and affection. She will do best in a peaceful home environment without excessive daily activity. She is hoping for a responsible and patient guardian to love and care for her in a great forever home.

Please consider adopting Leroy, Bonnie, Jenny, Lacey or Cadee today! Call 508 771 7800 or check out: www.nesaa.org.


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