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In shelter Cat

Central Islip, NY, 11722
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Logan is still waiting for a family of his own. There are too many cats here at the Ranch for his liking. He needs a lot of attention that we just arent able to give. Logan enjoys treats and is a good eater. He is incredibly smart and just wants to be loved. Logan had a family at one point. Logan was adopted from a shelter when he was 8 weeks old as an "only child." When a new baby arrived, he became lonely and unhappy about all of the attention being shown to the baby. Various veterinarians told Logans owners that he just needed a new environment without the baby or to be distracted by adding another playful cat his age. However when the owners took Logan back to the shelter, the only option they offered was to euthanize him. Logans owners were horrified and turned to New Hope Rescue Ranch for help. We were able to find a home for him, but then tragedy struck when his new owner passed away. She adored him and the other cat Carmen that she had adopted. They miss being the center of attention. Logan is a playful, young cat looking for his forever family. He is hoping that the third time sticks,


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