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We adopted Benny 2 years ago, shortly after he had one of his hind legs amputated. Thank you to Ray at NEAS who matched us up with him! Benny doesn’t ever let his amputation slow him down. He loves to go on adventures and especially loves hiking with his family where he keeps up nicely with his older sister, Lexi. Benny loves to snuggle and is very aware of when his humans need a little extra love. If anyone is hurting or sad, he immediately goes to them to provide unconditional love and comfort. He is such a sweet boy & we are so lucky he chose us to provide him with his forever home.

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We adopted Jameson back in July of 2020. He was this quiet little grey tabby with the biggest little ears. We knew he was meant for our home the moment we met him. Since bringing him home, he has been nothing short of amazing. He loves cuddling, playing on his tower, giving head butts and playing fetch. (Yes he literally plays fetch). He has mad himself right at home and has grown into the sweetest kitten. We love him so much. Thank you NEAS!

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Callie & Freia are very doing well as we approach their one month mark with us. They both have adjusted nicely and within the first two weeks they seemed well settled in and comfortable. Freia has become quite the lap cat like her sister. We are so happy to have them with us! Thank you NEAS for helping us find our babies!

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We adopted Serenity and Grace together a few weeks ago! Serenity (now “Jax”) is doing great. He had his rabies vaccine and is a playful, little crazy man. Grace (now “Emily”) is also doing quite well. She is a love bug and very tolerant of the kids, which is excellent. She’s chatty and loves to explore the house when it’s quiet. The dogs and kids are still a bit scary for her! Thank you again for allowing our family to adopt from your shelter.  We’re very happy with our new additions.

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“My name is Birdie/aka Lily. I came up from Tennessee in August. Not much was known about me, except that I might have been living on the street. I got adopted by a woman who lived in the next town over. I now live in what they call an apartment.  I have my own bed, but often I can be found in my humans bed with her. I want for nothing which makes me feel quite content and safe. My person likes to walk a lot. At first I wasn’t so sure, but every time we went out people would pet me and sometimes there would be a treat involved. Now I love my walks. Today the sanitation driver stopped the traffic just to give me a treat. I thought all the people in the cars who had to wait would be mad. To my surprise the were all smiling. My Mom keeps telling how lucky she was to find me. Truthfully I think we both got lucky.”

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In March 2020, we decided we wanted to find an additional family member. We already had a 3 yr old rescue Bruce and wanted to find him a playmate. We came to NEAS and instantly fell in love with this little puppy who had the name of Jasmine at the time. She came all the way from Georgia. Introducing her to Bruce went so well! We were a little nervous with how he would react, because we had introduced him to another dog at the shelter who was closer to his age and it did not go as well. We knew this puppy needed to come home with us. Her name is Luna Love, goes by Lu or just Luna, but she is definitely a LOVE. Thank you NEAS for finding our missing piece to our puzzle. Her and Bruce have an inseparable bond. Not to mention, they look like twins! Both are brindles 🙂

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After tragically losing our two cats of 17 yrs over the course of a few months, we found ourselves missing the comfort and fun of living with a cat or two. After a handful of visits to NEAS to try and find our new family member, we came across a little 1yr old stray that arrived on someone’s front porch most likely looking for a little help and a meal. Her name at that point was “Lynn” after the city in which she was rescued. Gracie, formally know as Lynn, has found her family! She is the sweetest lil’ gal you could ever imagine. Without knowing whom was kind enough to feed her and make sure she would be safe delivering her to the shelter we offer sincere thank you for your kindness and now Gracie has a warm place to sleep and a best buddy to wrestle with every night AKA her Papa…😍!

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Sue (formerly Sapphire) and Tesla (formerly Variety), were adopted from NEAS, Sue was adopted in 2010 and Tesla in 2020. Sue is a spicy, sweet girl, and Tesla is a one-eyed devil! Sue is still adjusting to Tesla, While Tesla herself was adjusted on day one! Tesla is currently practicing sit and paw. Her favorite activities are carrying toys, and occasionally playing with her sister! ( though Sue doesn’t approve!) and she only has her left eye, but that doesn’t ever stop her! Sue is laid-back, and she lost her brother, Bootsie last year. Sue is named after My grammie’s sister, Suzanne Dalton, and Sue has been lonely, she had another brother for a short time, but that didn’t work. Now she has Tesla! She still isn’t sure what to think of her, but she is getting better every day! Though these two aren’t usually side by side, there is always an exception!

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We adopted Taj, who we now call Gizmo. I’m in love with this little guy! He eats like a horse and loves treats! He has bonded with my 3 yr old cat named Lorelei. They are so cute together! He loves to be held and cuddled when he’s not full of energy. He has stolen every great sleeping spot and we just allow it because he is so so cute. Thank you NEAS!

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Sophie came to live with us after we lost our two very old cats. She has brightened up our lives, winding around our legs and sleeping with us at night. She likes to stand up on her white back legs (she is a tuxedo cat) to look out the window at squirrels and falling leaves.Thank you NEAS for helping us find Sophie!