The Prez Foundation
PO BOX 881 Marysville WA 98270
Black kittensDomestic Shorthair
Yellow: Chatty, very sweet, very affectionate, bold and happy but not too noisy. He is a very an active snuggler, meaning, he doesn't ju...
Yellow: Chatty, very sweet, very affectionate, bold and happy but not too noisy. He is a very an active snuggler, meaning, he doesn't just sit and want to be petted but wants to play and roll around. Orange, Red, and Pink: Very sweet, affectionate, curious and like to be picked up and held gently for short periods of time. They do really well with the dogs and their siblings. These three have been the first to come downstairs and hang out on the couch with the dogs and I, during the day. Lavender: A little more timid than the others but also very sweet, affectionate and comfortable with the dogs. Blue: He needs to be adopted with a sibling. He is very skittish but is OBSESSED with his more milder siblings and would be happiest with one of them to keep him comfortable. He hides unless all of the other kittens come out of the room and only lets me pick him up, when all the other kittens are around.
Meet Parker! Parker is a 1 year old mixed breed (check out that fluffy tail and cheeks) Parker was a staff favorite down at the City she...
Meet Parker! Parker is a 1 year old mixed breed (check out that fluffy tail and cheeks) Parker was a staff favorite down at the City shelter. We actually originally passed on him because the videos we were sent of the dog intros he was rude and pushy with Claire (a husky who will be available soon.) Since then we were sent about 10 other videos of him meeting all sorts of dogs and he was respectful. Not all humans like every other human, we shouldn’t expect every dog to get along with every dog. He probably just didn’t like Claire, which is well within his right. Since arriving at HQ, he’s just been really playful. Hasn’t been pushy or rude to any of the dogs here. He was really intense on one of the cats through the window but in person he has ignored them so far. He’s friendly with people, and walks great on leash. Hasn’t had a single accident in his kennel or in the house (but we won’t call him housebroken) and he’s relatively quiet. We do think he’d do best in a home that can keep him stimulated. The shelter had him neutered and he’s UTD on vaccines. All he needs now is his HOME!