is looking for a home! (UPDATE: Franky was adopted in February 2012!)
was recently caught on Rutgers' Douglass Campus and is ball
of joy. He loves to play and is an instant purr machine once
you pick him up. He is 5 months old and has already been
neutered and given his rabies shot! He tested negative for
Leukemia and has no fleas or worms. He is ready to be
adopted right away. If interested please email Al at email@example.com
or visit Franky's Petfinder profile at: http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/20955409
August 25, 2011: Rabies
Positive Feline in New Jersey
(8/25/2011) Princeton Animal Hospital
& Carnegie Cat Clinic
has confirmed that
a rabies-positive feline was brought to their practice by
Animal Control this past weekend. This confirms that Rabies
is currently in our area. Everyone should take special
precautions around any wild animal including stray felines.
click here for more information
2011: Kit Kat has been found!
(8/24/2011) Kit Kat
is a 6-year old tortoiseshell cat who had been reported
missing in the vicinity of Douglass Campus. We
are happy to report that she has been found!
August 18, 2011: Pippa,
Parka and Peanut Butter have been adopted!
, and Peanut Butter
been adopted! These three adorable kittens were being
fostered by a Rutgers graduate student on behalf of Happy
, a rescue organization founded this year
by three Rutgers University alumnae. To see other adoptable
cats and dogs, visit Happy Paws Rescue's website at: http://happypawsrescue.org
Tuxie and Brownie have been adopted (and
renamed Spike and Ducky)!
and Brownie (pictured at right), a fabulous brother-sister
team rescued from Douglass Campus, have been adopted by a
member of the Rutgers Community! Their new names are Spike
. We congratulate
their new owner for adopting such sweet cats, and wish Spike
and Ducky all the best as they head to their new home.
Lost Dog Reunited with
dog who had been living in the ravine behind the Biological
Sciences building on Douglass Campus has been reunited with
his owner! Scarlet Paws volunteers worked with local
animal control officers to help this dog find his way back
Rutgers University Student Assembly referendum expressing a
desire for Rutgers University Dining Services to serve eggs
from cage-free hens passed with 66% of the vote. Read
about it in The Daily Targum
Dickens, a cat who had gone missing in the vicinity of
Nichol Avenue on the Cook/Douglass Campus, came home
today! "A bit damp and hungry but otherwise he seems
fine." Thanks to everyone who helped look for him!
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