Featured Pets

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Winnie the Roo

Winnie the Roo is going to be 9yo this year. She had to have gallbladder surgery, a mass removed, and a dental.  At some point prior to EAPL both of her eyes had to be removed.  She’s happy, playful and super snuggly.  So snuggly that she loves to sleep in bed between pillows to feel secure!  This is one very very special little girl and so full of life. She does not let her blindness stop her at all.  She can follow you anywhere as she has good hearing and sense of smell to help guide her along her way,  Her perfect home would be:  another playful dog her size to be with, a secure yard to roam in, minimal stairs or somewhere that she can be closely observed and precautions put into place so that she cannot fall.  No children due to her special needs. She loves car rides.

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Patch and Vanessa

Two cats, Patch and Vanessa, were rescued out in Brighton on a farm where there is a small colony of feral cats.  Every so often a friendly stray or cat who was abandoned makes there way to a place like this that offers shelter and food.  Luckily, the family who owns the farm is on the lookout for cats who have wandered in.  If they are able to be handled, then we get a call.  We’ve taken several from there over the past year or so; they have all transitioned well into new homes and added much love to their adopted families.  Vanessa is a beautiful girl, but still nervous.  She also is sweet, but needs a bit of time to settle into her new home.  Both had a car ride, stay overnight in a new home, vetting next day and boom – finally here at their foster home in Evergreen.  Then she had a dental and was on pain meds which she did not like.  So she had a little set back in being afraid, but is moving forward with socializing now.  Complete a cat application on the rescue’s website.   www.eapl.com

 

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Pixie

What a story!  Poor girl, Pixie, was found at a feral colony where cats were being monitored and fed.  At some point one of her back legs got mangled, and since she wasn’t vetted, she endured the pain of it becoming a useless limb – it finally sluffed off.  And to top it off Pixie ended up pregnant; then birthed, cared for and weaned 5 healthy babies.  Most of the babies have been adopted and Pixie is now ready for a home.  She is about two and is one of the sweetest, social, loving cats we’ve had here – in spite of the trauma’s she’s endured and being flown in from OK.  She is at a foster home in Evergreen.  This girl deserves the best – has no issues with her leg.  Know that she is wary and sometimes afraid of other adult cats, so a very slow introduction would need to be made for her to feel completely comfortable.  Complete a cat application on the rescue’s website to meet this special girl.  www.eapl.com

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Bingo

All our cats are in foster since we shut down the Adoption Center, though we have been doing adoptions.  BUT POOR BINGO, WHO HAS BEEN WITH US FOR A YEAR AND 3 MONTHS IS THE ONLY CAT LEFT FROM THE ORIGINAL GROUP.  SO SAD.  Can’t someone help her out, plus she has improved even more in her foster home.

Bingo, a 5 1/2 year old tuxedo girl came to us from a couple who entered the hospital so quickly they did not have time to make arrangements for their animals.  Unfortunately, their situation was hoard-like with animals living in cat carriers and not very welcoming circumstances. Bingo was one of those living in a carrier.  So she does have some trust issues.  Very pretty girl, and for someone who wants to give a previously mishandled cat a second chance at a wonderful life – this is your girl.  She is not very happy being around the other cats.   But she does love to play and is still a kitten at heart, as she has a lot of energy.  She has made a huge amount of progress. Put in an application at eapl.com

 

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Ginger

Meet GINGER!! She is a beautiful and sweetheart of a black mouth cur. She’s about 58 pounds, 3 years old and a doll. She was surrendered to an OK shelter after her owners decided to move and not take their dogs with them. Seriously? She loves her walks and her people too and happily greets them every time she sees them. She would do best in a family with older children and can be dog selective. Please put in an application at www.eapl.com

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Willa

Willa needs a very quiet and patient foster home to help her to continue to come out of her shell.  She is currently afraid of the changing world she is in.  Her current foster received an out of state job offer and they need to leave.  These notes are from our volunteer trainer that will be available to continue to support her new foster * Willa…  Willa is fearful of the world. The first 9 months that these dogs have been on this earth have been complete hell. It’s really sad that our fellow humans do this crap.  Both Jack and his Mom recognize it’s going to take a while for Willa to come out of her shell.  Her training regimen, actually for both dogs right now is just – treat them both LOTS so that they start to associate positive things with the world around them.  Can you open your home and heart to Willa so she can continue to work on her doggie/and people are wonderful skills?  Is this you?  Put in an application today.

 

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Cheech

Cheech has become comfortable in his crate where he spends varying time during the days (while we work) and at night. He does sleep in the crate next to our bed. He goes out every hour to run & roam around the yard and attempt to have a reasonable play with Jake but sometimes he just gets too puppyish and too playful for the older fur kids. He also gets 2 walks a day around the loop and we hike on the weekends. Today we will start his second hiking adventure. We do give him some in the home running time as well. Our little flying monkey…. LOL Hounds in general can be active dogs but he has something else in his breed mix that makes him even more active than a hound. Could be some miniature Australian Shepard or something. I really do equate him to the Ice Age Squirrel that just wants his nut! He has high energy so a devoted high energy person/family with a secure yard, and another active playmate would be a great fit for this young dog! Put in an application today!

 

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Patch

Two cats were rescued out in Brighton on a farm from a small colony of feral cats.  Every so often a friendly stray or abandoned cat makes their way to a place like this that offers shelter and food.  Luckily, the farm owners are on the lookout for cats who have wandered in.  If they are able to be handled, then we get a call.  Patch is about a year old now and fully vetted.  Very sweet.  Just here at their foster home in Evergreen, so not much else to tell yet.  But trying to get cats posted quickly because so many folks are looking for furry companions in this trying time.  Complete a cat application on our website – www.eapl.com.

 

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Vanessa

Two cats were rescued out in Brighton on a farm from a small colony of feral cats.  Every so often a friendly stray or abandoned cat makes their way to a place like this that offers shelter and food.  Luckily, the farm owners are on the lookout for cats who have wandered in.  If they are able to be handled, then we get a call.  Patch is about a year old now and fully vetted.  Very sweet.  Just here at their foster home in Evergreen, so not much else to tell yet.  But trying to get cats posted quickly because so many folks are looking for furry companions in this trying time.  Complete a cat application on our website – www.eapl.com.

 

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Zooey

From original rescue: “Zooey is 3-4 yrs old and a character.  She came in acting like she would be difficult, hissing at everyone (no biting or scratching).  Once she settled into her new situation and cats ignored her, Zooey got the message and just walked around to explore the house.  Then I could pet her, she purred, and I picked her up, no issue.  She takes a few days to acclimate to a change and she hates confinement in a kennel or cage.  If you do something she doesn’t like (like, make her get out of a place she wants to explore) she may hiss but we’ve see no acting out.”

In her foster home in Evergreen. “Oh Miss Zooey.  Comes out with a roar, but really a lover at heart.  Very confident and vocal at first.  Then she stops to take a breath and realizes she’s got someone to pet and love on her.  Really nice girl, but probably best as an only cat.  Complete a cat application on the rescue’s website – www.eapl.com to meet her

 

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