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— Honey is a great kitten that was born in a colony of feral cats that live behind the Newman Center in Plattsburgh, New York. A concerned citizen was kind enough to take these kittens in to try to socialize them. She altered them and brought them to Elmore SPCA to find them a good home. Honey is a sweet girl that will be happy to have a safe and loving home where she will be fed and have a warm space in which to laze the day away. She is very mellow, and although she likes to play she loves to lounge around as well. Her favorite toy is the laser light, and she likes to crawl on the cat tree as well. Honey is current on vaccinations, is spayed and has tested negative for FIV and heart worm. Unfortunately, she did test positive for FeLV. The vet said to retest in three months and that she can either go to a home where she will be the only cat or to a FeLV positive home. Come in and meet this great kitten that is only looking for her new family!

UPDATE Honey has tested negative for FeLV!!! We are so very happy that she is healthy and can go to her new home. Honey is enjoying her time in the cat colony, but she would love to meet her new family. Come in and meet this independent cat.



Patch is a fun loving dog that was found running at large in the Town of Beekmanton. No one redeemed the young adult dog who loves the attention of people. Patch is energetic, focused and really likes to please his people. Come in and meet this great dog that only needs to find a family who will love him. Patch doesn’t feel very confident when he meets dogs through his kennel door, but he enjoys interacting with other dogs when he is allowed to meet them with no barrier. He is not yet current on rabies, but will be dog tested after he is made current on vaccinations. Patch is a good dog that will do well in most homes.

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