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Lambertville Animal Welfare ‘desperately’ seeking home for two senior cats

image(1)Lambertville Animal Welfare says they’re desperately searching for a loving adoptive or foster home for two senior cats.

Carissa and Scooter need a new home for the holidays, since their current foster home is not able to continue caring for them. They had lived with the same owner since they were kittens, along with their buddy Tommy, until their owner lost her apartment back in August 2013. The three cats lived in their owner’s car with her for several days until Animal Control and Lambertville Animal Welfare were able to get them vetted and placed in foster homes.

Tommy has been adopted, but Carissa and Scooter are still searching for a home together. “They have spent time in a number of foster homes but can’t seem to find their forever home,” according to a Lambertville Animal Welfare release.

Carissa and Scooter are both very friendly cats who love to be petted, and while they are teenagers, they are in great health, and Lambertville Animal Welfare will continue to pay for veterinary care for both cats at their local veterinarian even after adoption.

imageTo find out more about Carissa and Scooter, contact Lambertville Animal Welfare at 609-397-0461 or email  If you are not able to foster or adopt, please help spread the word about Carissa and Scooter.

Lambertville Animal Welfare is a non-profit group of volunteer residents dedicated to saving the lives of animals impounded as strays in Lambertville and surrounding municipalities in Hunterdon County, N.J.

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