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Bugsys Animal Network

Humane Society of Wayne County's

Cats & Kittens Available for Adoption at Webster, Victor, and Henrietta PetSmarts

The Humane Society of Wayne County has Cats Available for Adoption at three Satellite Locations, as well as the Shelter.   The cats in the Satellite locations are housed there 24/7.
 Please call ahead when traveling long distances as adoptions occur real time. Also, double check the hours the centers are open (they vary depending on the location).
  All kittens and cats are spay/neutered, been vetted and have age appropriate vaccinations.  Free vet visit with adoption.   
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Cats at Webster PetSmart
 Info and photos  provided by Webster Volunteers and Shelter Staff    Hours - Webster  
Pet descriptions are based on personal opinions of volunteers and are not meant to be warranties or guarantees of any kind. Potential adopters must draw their own conclusions. 
Cats at Victor  PetSmart 
     Thanks to Volunteer  Lynne for Descriptions and Photos of Victor cats   Hours - Victor 
 Pet descriptions are based on personal opinions of volunteers   and are not meant to be warranties or guarantees of any kind. Potential adopters must draw their own conclusions. 
Update  10/12/19:

4 New arrivals on Saturday 10/12:  I will meet them tomorrow: Titus, Amelia, Spooky and Casper

Amelia - 5 months old, long-haired tortie female.  I am told she is full of vinegar and very adorable.      PENDING
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Titus - Titus is a 5 month old male, dark gray tiger.  Titus is lighter gray than the photo and gorgeous.  Right now, however he is nervous with the other cats.  He is a playing machine though and it won't take long. 
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Spooky -
Spooky is a 9 month old black male. He did come in with Casper, but they do not seem to be buddies.  They seem to like each other, but can get a little rough with each other.  Gorgeous, sleek, narrow face.  So shiny.  Good boy.
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Casper - 9 month old male, solid gray; described to me today as a lover boy, very gentle and outgoing. Casper is wonderful.  He is not related to Queen Bee or Jacie below.  He does get along with them though.  He seems to like Jacie and it would help Jacie if she was adopted with him.  Not required, just an idea.
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GROUP 1:  Jacie, Queen Bee, and Jack.  Rescued and found as strays.  These kittens came in and were very scared.  We worked with them and they now come out of the cages on their own.   Alice took this video  showing them playing

Bugsys Note:  Both Jacie and Jack - I can easily pick them up and take them out from their rooms.  They will sit with me and then go back, but huge progress.  Gentle cats, they are just overwhelmed, but are not making great strides - just like any other cats.  Queen Bee is the most nervous, but she is coming out.  These are just kittens that were rescued that need a small amount of  TLC and confidence building by a patient, loving cat lover.  Do not need to go together at all and probably a quieter type of home - where the adopter can work with them - and not let them hide.
Jacie - 5 month old, gray female.   She and Queen Bee are sisters are pretty much identical so both pics represent both! Jacie is really starting to bloom and comes out play with the other cats (non siblings).  She is so sweet and gentle.  It's in her interest to separate from her relatives, as she is very social and being overlooked.
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Queen Bee - 5 month old gray female.   She is very nervous and will need a person to have patience and work with her. Although Queen Bee has gained confidence, she needs TLC and a patient person.
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Jack - 5 month old, black male.  Jack is shy, as you can see above, but beautiful boy.  Give them a few days!  Need a better photo now.  He is blooming.

Update  10/10/19: 

Sadie - This five and a half year old orange girl came to us because her owners we're moving and can't take her with them. She's a chatty girl that likes to knead and loves lap time.
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Tatum - 8 month old black male. This 8  month old male came in with Tessa as a stray.  Playful, friendly boy who gets along with others.
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Tessa -  1 year old gray female. This petite 1 year old girl is a real beauty. She's a little shy right now as she tries to figure out her new home but the people who turned her in said that once she becomes comfortable she's a really lovable girl. Came in with Tatum.
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Nebraska and Kentucky - 1 month old black males.
These boys are incredibly busy playful kittens.   Its hard to catch them being still enough for a photo.  They run, jump, chase, tumble and are not stop entertainment. Kentucky has a little white spot on his chest.  Nebraska is the one with the spring in the picture.
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Shelby -  1 year old black and White female; This darling 1 year old girl was turned in because she does not travel well. She's a little shy as she's figuring out her new environment, but enjoys being petted and doesn't mind being picked up. She does the cutest little head butts. Her family said she's incredibly playful and loves to chase toys and watch the birds and squirrels. They said she gets along fine with other cats. She would make a really lovely companion to someone.
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Update  10/12/19:

New Arrivals 10/10/19:
 
Daytona – male, 4 mos., black – “stray” – friendly - nervous and shy in new surroundings.
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David  – male, 4 mos., black – “stray” – friendly - nervous and shy in new surroundings.
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Danny – male, 4 mos., black – “stray” – friendly - nervous and shy in new surroundings.
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Gremlin – male, 2 yrs., black/white – “stray” – affectionate, friendly, playful.
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Prince – male, 9 yrs., black medium hair – “drop off” – affectionate, friendly, quiet.
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Debbie – female, 3 yrs. old, black – “stray” – affectionate, friendly, does not like other cats.
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Tanner – male, 5 mos. old, black/white – “stray” – affectionate, shy, playful.  ADOPTED
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Tommy – male, 5 mos. old, black - “stray” – affectionate, shy, playful. ADOPTED
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Timmy - male, 5 mos. old, brown tiger - “stray” – affectionate, shy, playful.  PENDING
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Coral – female, 10 years old, black/white - “stray” – affectionate, friendly, playful. PENDING
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Beatrice – female, 2 yrs. old, brown tiger – “abandoned” – friendly; she’s a little nervous still but not scared like she was last week
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Pet descriptions are personal opinions of volunteers and are not meant to be warranties or guarantees of any kind. Potential adopters must draw their own conclusions.