Honey Bear and Victor want to ring in the new year in a new home

Honey Bear is a sweet senior lady looking for a forever home. She is house/crate trained and gets along with low-key cats and dogs who give her space. She came to rescue with two bum knees and had surgery. She is recovering well.

Honey Bear has limited mobility and cannot do stairs. She was recently diagnosed with hypothyroid and needs to take inexpensive medication two times per day.

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Victor is very shy, but is sweet with his foster mom and is an adorable cat. Once he warms up to you, you have a friend for life. He loves to be petted and have his belly rubbed. He would need a home where someone would be willing to allow him to adjust. He is not the type of cat to meet you at the door and might be shy if you have an active home.

He will wake you up in the morning by flopping down next to your head and purring. He loves to sleep in bed with a person or two.

Victor enjoys an occasional dinner-table snack, especially chicken. He does not like loud noises or lots of activity, and is best suited for a home without young children.

He does like other cats, especially if they will play with him.

Victor enjoys keeping busy with important cat things – playing, purring, playing, cuddling and, of course, playing.

Victor is ready for his most important task yet – loving his new forever family.

Victor, 4, is neutered and up to date on vaccines, and tested negative for the feline leukemia and immunodeficiency viruses.

For more information, to fill out an application, to volunteer at Northeast Animal Rescue or to buy a 2021 calendar for $10, visit nar.rescuegroups.org. ••