Lost, Found and Looking

Lone wolf Wolfie is a cuddlebug at heart

Pope Memorial Humane Society
Feb 06, 2020
Photo by: Pope Memorial Humane Society Wolfie, a gray, twelve-year-old cat, loves to receive pets and sleep on laps after giving his trust.

From the desk of PMHS Executive Director, Tracy Sala:

My pet pick of the week is a handsome, twelve-year old, slightly chunky, gray, love bug of a cat named Wolfie. Wolfie, along with his fellow family members Tunes, Ziggy, Jonesey and Mango, find themselves looking for new homes. Not because of any fault of their own, but because life can be sad and unfair sometimes.

When their owner became seriously ill before passing away, he had to make the heartbreaking decision to bring his cats to the shelter. These cats were loved and cherished and brought much joy to his life.

They’re ready to bring love and joy to you if you’re willing to open your hearts and homes to these sweet, loving cats.

While Tunes, Ziggy, Jonesey and Mango may find comfort in being adopted together in pairs, Wolfie is fine being, well…the lone wolf. Just as long as he gets plenty of attention.

Wolfie has spent the last several weeks in my office. Not surprisingly, I didn’t see him the first week. He needed time and space as he adjusted to his new surroundings, the different sights, sounds, smells and rhythm of life in a shelter.

After a week of hiding under my desk, popping out just long enough to grab some kibble and use the litterbox, he took the plunge and came out to see me. We’ve been fast friends ever since. He pops out to greet me each morning and spends as much time on my lap as my work permits. He is definitely a lap cat.

In fact, he’s like Velcro when I try to stand up. Wolfie loves getting and giving attention, with plenty of head butts and kisses. He is indeed a very special boy.

If you are looking for a constant companion who is loyal and devoted, you need to come in and meet Wolfie. He will not disappoint. His fur, did I mention his fur? It’s so silky smooth.

Did you know we have an art wall in the shelter where we feature the work of a new local artist every six weeks? This month we are featuring watercolorist Rachael Richmond who has lovely watercolors of lobsters, trout, farm animals, birds and more.

All artwork is available for purchase with a percentage donated back to the shelter to help the animals.

We are always looking for new artist to exhibit. If you would like to show your work at the shelter, contact Tracy at director@hskcme.org.

We are also looking for a volunteer who is interested in coordinating the Art Wall exhibits. Contact Kelly at volunteers@hskcme.org for more information.

To learn more about animals available for adoption or for upcoming events, visit our website at popehumane.org, follow us on Facebook or Instagram, or stop by and see us in person. We are open Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Wish list: hand soap, latex gloves (M & L), canned cat food (poultry pate preferred by even our finickiest felines), bleach, stamps, paper towels.

Thank you.

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