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Royce
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Royce

Royce was trapped as part of a TNVR (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return) operation. His trappers thought he looked very sick and were discussing if it would be kindest to euthanize him. We offered to take him in and see if he could be helped.  Thankfully, his conditions were treatable and he has recovered and gained weight. He became...

Indy
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Indy

Indy is a pretty silver tabby with soft fur. He is young, energetic, and playful. He prefers to be outside where he can roll in the dust and climb trees. Indy likes people, but he is a little reserved, and he is not a lap cat.  Indy can sometimes be a bully with the other...

Max
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Max

This big guy is named Max, and it is fitting for him, since when he first came to Mollie’s Cat Place he weighed close to 20 lbs. He has since slimmed down quite a bit, possibly because he can now go outside once again and get more exercise.  Max is an easy going cat. When...

Gertie
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Gertie

Gertie was brought to a local shelter with a hip injury. She was scheduled to go to an outdoor home after she recovered, and we agreed to foster her until then. Her hip injury healed, but she developed a problem with her right front leg and she wasn’t able to put weight on it.  The...

Claude
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Claude

Claude showed up outside our sanctuary in 2021. He was shy but friendly, and we assumed he belonged to a neighbor. After he had been here for a few weeks we put up signs in the neighborhood, checked shelters and posted on social media in an effort to find his owner, but we had no...

Holly
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Holly

An employee of Mollie’s Cat Place rescued Holly from a relative’s property because she appeared to be in poor health. She was treated at our vet and recovered with no lasting complications. Holly is friendly, but she can be unpredictable. Holly is used to being an outside cat, and that’s what she prefers. We bring her...

Raymond
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Raymond

Olive Oyl is the most adventurous and independent of our cats.

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