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Evee and Loggins   

In shelter Cat

Nottingham, MD, 21236
Pet name:
Evee and Loggins
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
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Meet Evee and Loggins! Evee(Female) and Loggins(Male) were found outdoors as kittens but have become best buddies while in their foster home. They love playing with wand toys, chasing laser pointers, rough housing, and spending time gazing through windows at birds. When they came to us, they were both very shy and weary of people. With lots of love, patience and (most importantly) treats, they have both have become more comfortable. They may be shy at first but once they warm up, they both enjoy face scratches and pets. Loggins has the loudest purr and Evee has the cutest meow when she’s looking for Loggins during hide and seek. They are very food driven which has been helpful for socializing them. These sweet cuties would do best in a quiet home with patient owners.  

All of our adoptable pets have their age appropriate vaccines, dewormer, feline leukemia and fiv test, spay or neuter surgery and a microchip.

We have no public facility, but operate with a network of dedicated foster parents and volunteers. To respect the privacy of our foster parents we do require an approved application to visit any of our fostered animals.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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