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Mary Anne
Albuquerque, NM
We are located in the East Mountains outside of Albuquerque, NM.

My Scottish Fold, Mary Anne, gets along with all of my cats and my kitten (total 7) but one.  She has the joy of attacking her older sister who is 3 and this cat is miserable.  She plays with the kitten, sleeps with the Ragdoll male, and is best buddies with another 4 year old female.   The rest of the cats are older males and she ignores them. 

We would like to place the cat as soon as possible so I won't have to referee.

She is a Shorthair.  The ears are fold at a 90 degree angle.

Mary Anne is fine with 6 out of my 7 other cats, likes you to stop and pet her when she talks to you as you are walking by, is fine with my 5 dogs, 4 Shelties and 1 Corgi.  She likes to get into our space when she's not busy.  She has no exposure to children, but she has never even attempted to scratch us.

She is in perfect health with current rabies certificate.   All shots will be due again next summer of 2013.  She is spayed.

Mary Anne is a Blue and White, small, female, 2 years old, between 8 and 9 pounds.  She was the runt of the litter and she is still a small cat of proper weight.
Albuquerque, NM
I would like to rehome my male cat Hugo. He has great big owl eyes, round face, pink nose, blue and white medium length coat, folded ears.  Hugo is nine years old.

He may need to be an outdoor cat because he voids on furniture, usually beds and couches- oddly, he never goes on the floor.  He will also use the litter box much of the time.  He never voided on furniture until my boys became toddlers, at which time he began to hide frequently.  He does get stressed around them, as they are very noisy and active. 

I tried Buspar Rx on him and that worked pretty well, but cannot keep it up with a high stress full time job plus the boys (who stress me out too, by the way!)  So, if he is in a quiet home with no young children and he has Buspar or similar med he may be fine indoors.  He consistently used the litter box with me and my husband prior to having the kids.  I've had him since he was a kitten.  He does well with other cats, but probably not dogs. 

He has occasional diarrhea but it clears up with antibiotics.  Vet said probably should be fed wet food only.  I took her advice and diarrhea has cleared up.  He is very, very sweet, loves to snuggle, and basically is a very mellow cat.  He squeaks instead of meowing.  Stands up on back legs frequently - very cute. 

We are in Albuquerque, New Mexico and willing to drive to help rehome him.  Closest big cities are Albuquerque, NM and Tucson or Phoenix, AZ.

Hugo is neutered and vaccinated. 
Beth Bramblett or
(575) 520-2035  (call or text)
Update 5/5/14:  Hugo has stopped voiding on furniture.  I've had him in the house and he hasn't done it for over 4 months.

I must get him adopted by May 30, 2014.  Due to being separated and suffering a job loss, I will have to take him to a shelter.  I cannot afford to keep paying pet rent.
Geoffrey must also be adopted by May 30, 2014.  He is 9 years old and grew up with Hugo.  He is a very sweet boy and likes to snuggle.  However, he might be shy at first.

He doesn't like loud, raucous little boys or dogs. 

Geoffrey has no health problems.  He is neutered and up to date on shots. 

He likes to play with cat toys.  He has a beautiful, thick coat and will need occasional brushing.