Ghost & Sa-Vera   

In shelter Cat

Redding, Shasta County, California, U...
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Lost or found date:
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Ghost & Sa-Vera
Ghost is a neutered male about 6 years old. When his owner could walk daily, Ghost would walk the entire park with him. He often slept with him. He prefers to lay around indoors as well as outside. I have been feeding him and originally 3 other cats since January 3rd when the owner went into the hospital (elderly man). Now the house is locked up as they cant contact the owner in the Phillipines. So Ghost and Sa-Vera are outside in all weather for a month or two now and all the estate money has dried up so the family is no longer helping pay for food etc. I have a dog and a parrot and can't have another animal and my dog will not tolerate cats. I dont know how old Sa-Vera is though she has been here since before 2013. She is black and orginially had some hair loss on the inside of her back legs I thought might be mange but it seems to have gone away. She is completely outdoors for the past year or so and hisses at Ghost when she comes to the porch to eat which is only every other day or so. I am pretty positive he or the first owner got her fixed as well and as far as I know she has never had kittens. When she is around she begs for petting just like Ghost does now. They are both skittish to children running up to them but Ghost now lets my 3 year old granddaughter pet him. I have some paperwork on Ghost I think from when he was neutered, but no recent shots as I dont believe the elderly gentlemen could carry them as he had Parkinson Disease for a few years. We are located in Paradise View Mobile Estates up behind the new KFC. I can catch the cats though I dont see Sa-Vera every day.Adoption inquiries: Doris @


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