Pixie will be this weeks Furry Find. Pixie was abandoned with another older male cat on a door step with a note attached to the carrier back in November. She was adopted in January but unfortunately the new owner had recently had a heart attack and having trouble taking care of her self. Pixie is 11 year old, spayed female, up to date on all her medical needs and has a microchip. She is petite, quiet and gentle torti that needs a retirement home. She gets along with other cats, but they are unsure about dogs. Her laid back personality makes her a good match for any home that is not too hectic. Please visit with Pixie and the other adoptable cats at Pet Pantry of Lancaster, 26 Millersville Rd. Lancaster. Don't miss their thrift shop, at the same location, full of pet supplies. Make it an evening out and visit their other adoption room at That Fish Place also.
Budha is this weeks Furry Find. He is a 5 yr old, DSH, orange and white in color, with the orange extending down his nose surrounded by white. The Pet Pantry is very happy to have Budha. His owner took him to an area vet to be euthanized because she was moving. The veterinary office noticed how friendly he was and contacted owner for permission to rehome. Budha is friendly and relaxed. He has lived with other cats before, although he doesn't interact with them much. He would do well in any home that would love and respect him. He has been fully vetted, and has a microchip. Budha can be adopted at Pet Pantry of Lancaster at 26 Millersville Rd. Lancaster. Adoption is $85.
The Furry Find for this week is Fluffer Nutter! Fluffer Nutter is a petite, grey, medium to long hair female. She was caught in a trap during a feral TNR performed by Lancaster County Cat Rescue. Upon doing her spay surgery, they (LCCR) discovered Fluffer Nutter was not a feral cat. Since she was not feral, Pet Pantry of Lancaster has accepted her into rescue and she is adoptable. Although shy at first, Fluffer Nutter opens up after she gets to know you. She is playful, loving, and is a great lap cat that will stay still for brushing her long silky hair. Her eyes are bright yellow/amber and striking. Estimated to be between 1-2 years old, she is up to date with her vaccinations, is spayed, FIV negative, dewormed and has a microchip. Consider adopting Fluffer Nutter and adding her to your family. To adopt please contact the Pet Pantry of Lancaster County at (717)-983-8878.