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Pet of the Week- Easter

easter

Clicking my heels and saying “there is no place like home” hasn’t worked, so I am giving Pet of the Week a try. I am an adventurous lady who likes to climb and play with those crazy automatic mouse toys.  I have a bit of an “entitled” personality but I am not a “high maintenance” girl. I have been here at the Cape Ann Animal Aid’s Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter for just about 7 months and think a change of scenery is long overdue, so how about you take me home with you?  For more information visit www.capeannanimalaid.org.

Pet of the Week-Adira

Adira

Hello!   I am a sweet, meek and mild-mannered cat.  I am more of an introvert, so I take a little longer to get use to new friends, but I have a very gentle soul.   I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CapeAnnAnimalAid.com), located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane, Gloucester.

I arrived here after being found as a stray and never claimed.  I am looking forward to having a forever home.  I love soft napping spots, sunny windows and I love bird watching.   I have a pretty brown-and-black coat.  I am looking forward to having a  nice lap sleep in and someone to love me.

Oh!  I almost forgot to tell you – my name is Adira!  Please stop by and visit me soon.

 

Pet of the Week- Mommy

mommy

 

Hello!  Do you know where the Cape Ann Animal Aid is located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester?  It is located at Four Paws Lane in Gloucester and I invite you to stop by and visit me.

My name is Mommy and I am a three-year-old black-and-white  female cat.   I like being here at the shelter, everyone is so nice.   There are large windows that I can look out and watch the birds at the feeders.

Did you hear that the Winter Bash to celebrate the CAAA’s 50th Anniversary will be held on Saturday, February 8 from 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. at Cruiseport Gloucester, Six Row Square, Gloucester.  Those wishing to donate an item to the silent or live auction are asked to contact Rebecca Baylies at 978-283-6055, ext. 23.  For further details or ticket information, please visit: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com

I am looking for another loving home and hoping that my new family will come along soon.  If that is you, you could be one lucky person!

Pet of the Week-Leo

Leo

I am doing what I like to do best – hunt and play!  Hi, my name is Leo, I am a five-month-old, orange-and-white male kitten. I am staying at the  Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA), located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester.

I am here with my siblings. It is okay to stop by with toys for shelter cats and dogs here, we always welcome toys, bowls, paper towels, trash bags, etc.   I hope you might consider adopting me.   If you would like to learn more about the CAAA, please visit: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com

Sometimes when I get playing really fast, I get a little out of line and I can hear the volunteer saying “time out”, Leo!

Pet of the Week-Murphy

Murphy

Hello, Murphy here.   I am a sweet and affectionate six-month-old fellow.  I have a handsome black-and-white coat.

I like toys and soft pillows for napping.   I love to catch mice and run.   I arrived here at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter with my mom, Chloe.  We are both eager to find forever loving homes.

If you would like to see more photos of me, please visit:  CapeAnnAnimalAid.com. The shelter here is incredible – I just love the staff and volunteers, everyone is so nice. There are lots of toys and places to explore and then when I need a nap, there are lots of nice warm beds to sleep on, too.

If you would like me to become part of your life so you will always have a little excitement and happiness in your life, stop by and ask for Murphy.  I will be waiting … I will be the cat with the smile on his face!

Pet of the Week-Bobby

Bobby

Hello!  My name is Bobby, I am a four-month-old male black kitten (on the left).  I am eager to find a loving home. I am playful, curious and sweet. I am residing at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA), located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane, Gloucester.  Please check our website at: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com

 

We have had so much excited this month – one weekend with The Rev. Karin Wade from St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Rockport provided the Blessing of the Animals.   Last weekend we had HarvestFest in Rockport and the dog parade.

Also, we have good news to share about Margaret, the pup who has recently had surgery to remove her back leg.  She is doing well and recuperating fine.   We will let you know when she is available for adoption!  Now, back to me – my requests our simple, I love toys, I like attention, I want a family or person to love me as much as my friends here at the CAAA do…and remember, I am ready right now for adoption!

 

Pet of the Week-Mindy

Mindy

Hello!  Don’t forget the Dog Parade at Rockport Harvestfest.  The Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA) will host the Harvestfest Dog Parade on Sat., Oct. 19th as part of the Rockport Harvestfest. Registration begins at 11 a.m. at CAAA’s booth in Harvey Park in Rockport.   The Parade begins at 11:30 a.m. and ends at the end of Bearskin Neck. Friendly and vaccinated dogs are welcome to dress in costume and register to win one of four grand prizes awarded by judges from Gloucester’s TD Bank and www.OvaTheBridge.com. Grand Prize Categories are Best of Harvestfest, Most Creative, Darned Cutest, and Cape ‘Annliest’.  All participating dogs will receive a ribbon and goodie bag. Registration is $10.  per dog and benefits CAAA.

Oh!  I am Mindy, a sweet, meek and mild mannered little one-year-old cat.  I am residing at the CAAA located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester.   I have just finished caring for my litter of kittens and now I am looking for a loving home as well.  I have to go get my beauty sleep, after taking care of all my babies, I am looking forward to a little “me” time.

 

 

Pet of the Week-Charlene

Charlene

Hello!  I heard about the Blessing of the Animals that took place last Sunday in Rockport by The Rev. Karin Wade of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church.   I am hoping that next year I will be able to attend with my new family.

I am here at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA), located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter at Four Paws Lane in Gloucester.  I have just finishing raising my seven sweet babies and they all have been placed in forever homes and now I am ready to be adopted and looking for a family to love me like my Cape Ann Animal Aid family is.

If you would like to learn more about the CAAA, please visit: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com and even see more photos of me.

After raising seven kittens, I need a little rest and relaxation.   Oh, my name is Charlene!  I am hoping I will be adopted by someone who loves to spoils cats!

 

Pet of the Week- Chole

Chloe

My name is Chloe, I am a sweet and mild mannered six-year-old cat.  I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter here in Gloucester.   If you are looking for a gentle and gentle soul of a cat, please visit me.   

I have been asked to tell you about the 3rd Annual Golf Tournament to take place on Monday, September 23rd at Bass Rocks Golf Club in Gloucester, MA. The tournament features a day of golf followed by a celebration dinner with awards, prizes, and live auction. Players will receive a take-home gift and compete for top prizes and a special hole-in-one contest for a new car. For more information or to register to play, visit www.CapeAnnAnimalAid.com[CapeAnnAnimalAid.com] or call 978-283-6055, ext. 23.

Cape Ann Animal Aid’s Annual “Dog Day” is September 15th from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Stage Fort Park.  There is a $10 participation fee per dog to participate in the Doggy Games Quest and gain access to the agility court. All other events are free.  Bring your dogs, friends and family!  The first fifty registered participants will receive a free “Dog Day” t-shirt!

Please stop by the CAAA and consider adopting me.    I would love to be in a home this autumn so that I may celebrate Halloween and other holidays with my new family!  I can’t believe my photo is on Good Morning Gloucester!!

Pet of the Week-Tom

Hi!  My name is Tom and I am here at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester and I am looking for a loving home.

Tom

I am a handsome tiger cat who just turned one.   I like other cats, people and a I am very sweet.  The shelter is incredible, lots of places to explore, lots of birds to look at through the window and I can see the dogs being walked outside, too.

Cape Ann Animal Aid’s Annual “Dog Day” will be celebrating it’s tenth year on September 15th from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Stage Fort Park.  There is a $10 participation fee per dog to participate in the Doggy Games Quest and gain access to the agility court. All other events are free.  Bring your dogs, friends and family!  The first fifty registered participants will receive a free “Dog Day” t-shirt!  I am happy to provide you information about “Dog Day”, but really, I enjoy being a cat!

Pet of the Week- Radio

 

Radio

My name is Radio and I am a charming and handsome male cat looking for a loving home.  I am affectionate, playful and a great listener.   I am residing at the Cape Ann Aid located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester.  Check our website for upcoming events at: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com

We are continuing to accept returnable bottles and cans for our Transportation Fund.  Drop off on Sundays from 1-3 p.m.

Cape Ann Animal Aid’s Annual “Dog Day” will be celebrating it’s tenth year on September 15th from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Stage Fort Park.  There is a $10 participation fee per dog to participate in the Doggy Games Quest and gain access to the agility court. All other events are free.  Bring your dogs, friends and family!  The first fifty registered participants will receive a free “Dog Day” t-shirt!

Now you are probably wondering why my name is Radio – it is because I like to listen to soft rock on the Radio!

 

Pet of the Week-Mister Major

Mister Major

Hello:  My name is Mister Major, I am a male, three-month-old active kitten who is orange-and-white.  I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester.

I have been asked to remind you about “Dog Day “on Sept. 15,  the Golf Tournament on September 23 and the Sunset Cruise on Sat., August 17 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. aboard Capt. Bill’s from Harbor Loop with complimentary refreshments.  Tickets are available at the CAAA, Animal Krackers, Cape Ann Vet Hospital, Nothshore Vet Hospital and  Essex Bird Shop & Pet Supply. Please check our website at: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com for more information.

 I don’t know what it means, but the nice volunteer here keeps calling me a little devil! Do you know what that means?

Pet of the Week- Henry

adopt, cat, henry

Happy, Happy, Happy – that’s me Henry.  I have a sweet, mild and mellow disposition and I love attention.  I am at the shelter here at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cuter Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane, Gloucester.

The staff and volunteers are so nice.  The shelter is so beautiful – it is more like a hotel.  Lots of windows so I can look out and see birds, tree and some of the volunteers taking the dogs for walks.  My needs are that I need to have a prescription food, which isn’t that expensive.  I hope you might want to meet me.  I am three-years-old and a pretty good size cat with a handsome orange-and-white coat.  If you have a computer, please visit: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com and learn more about our upcoming programs and me.  If you adopt me, I will be Happy Henry!

 

Pet of the Week-Mitty

mitty

Hello, my name is Mitty and I am residing at the Cape Ann Animal Aid located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester.   I am a sweet and affectionate older cat.  I love people and other cats.   I have some wonderful news to share with you.

June is Adopt-a-cat-month here at the CAAA.   In celebration, they will be offering a month-long cat adoption specials and sales on all cat merchandise.   Adult cats will be available for $25 off the adoption fee and any special needs cats will have their adoption fee waived for the month.  In addition, every cat adopter will receive a free goodie bag with supplies for their new cat and all cat merchandise at Cape Ann Animal Aid’s Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter will be 50% off!

Please visit me and learn more about my special needs and what a nice cat I am.  Also, I think I should tell you – I snore!

Pet of the Week-Winter

Winter

Hello, my name is Winter, I am staying at the Cape Ann Animal Aid in Gloucester until I am adopted.

They believe I was once someone’s pet because I am such a sweet and affectionate boy.  I have a handsome white-and-black coat. I love attention and I am so excited about finding a family who will love me as much as the Cape Ann Animal Aid family does. The shelter is located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane in Gloucester.  Please stop by and visit me. I think they named me winter because my coat is nice and white and I keep it spotless.  I deserve a loving home, so I am hoping that when I am spotted on Good Morning Gloucester someone will realize they need a nice cat and adopt me – I am ready if you are!

 

Pet of the Week- Joey

Joey

 

My name is Joey. I think I am about five-years-old.  I have a handsome white-and-tiger coat.  I found myself homeless as an adolescent, I lived on the harsh streets in Boston alone.  Along the way, I met some wonderful friends who were part of a feeding program.  These human friends would come out each night and feed the cats who lived on the streets.  I was so grateful for the kindness they showed me.   One of my favorite’s was Ms. Patty – she would feed the feral cats who were not friendly to me at all.  Ms. Patty realized at one time I must have been a house cat.   I worried about Ms. Patty traveling alone at night and I would keep her company and safe along her route.   We would go the library and three other stops before going right to Ms. Patty’s own front door.   The kind ladies thought it would be best if I were placed in a shelter where I could find a loving family.   I am now at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane, Gloucester.   Check out their site at www.CapeAnnAnimalAid.com

The shelter here is beautiful – and so are the staff and volunteers who treat me like Ms. Patty did!

Pet of the Week- Phoebe

Phoebe

HELP!  Now that I have your attention…my name is Phoebe.  I am a sweet girl.  My brother Dillon and I are at the shelter located at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cuter Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane, Gloucester.

We had to be given up after seven years as out owner’s small child is allergic to cats.   So, we are looking for another happy home and hoping that we can be adopted together as we have never been apart.  We are not allergic to people, we love them.   If you have the space in your home and heart to adopt us both, we would be jumping with you and we will have lots of fun and you will always have someone to talk to and you will always have a happy heart.

Pet of the Week-Winter

Winter

Hello, I know you want Spring to arrive, but my name is Winter.  I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane in Gloucester.   I arrived at the shelter as I was found as a stray and brought to the Cape Ann Animal Aid by another rescue.  They believe I was once someone’s pet because I am a very sweet boy and I am looking for a loving home.   For more information about me, you  may also go on-line at:  CapeAnnAnimalAid.com

 

I really love it here – all the staff are great and my roommates are too – they were kidding me and said because my coats is black-and-white, I look like an Oreo cookie!  Someone said I look like a miniature cow!

 

 

 

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