These 12-month, full-color calendars feature Purrfect Pals sanctuary cats as well as the cats of our supporters who bid at the 2017 Black Cat Ball to have them included.
Get one today for only $15.00 (+$2.00 shipping for online orders)!
Made famous by Foster Dad John’s “Critter Room” Livestream Kitten Cam, Chickenwhale (Chickenfish’s big brother) is a fun plush toy/pillow for cats and kittens.
Chickenfish was discontinued by his German manufacturer, Nobby, but thanks to a GoFundMe project organized by kitten cam fans, an exclusive batch of Chickenwhales was created.
Get one today for only $15.00 (+ $3.00 shipping for online orders).
Order Purrfect Pals Shirts on Amazon.com!
Support Purrfect Pals While You Shop!
Purrfect Pals branded merchandise is now available on Amazon.com! They are currently available in PopSockets, short and long sleeve t-shirts (in multiple colors and in men’s, women’s and youth sizes), and unisex pullover hoodies.
Merch by Amazon handles all of the logistics and prints the shirts on demand so we do not have to purchase inventory or worry about shipping. Even better, Purrfect Pals receives a portion of each sale! New items and designs will be posted regularly so be sure to visit our Amazon shop often.
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Cat Sponsorship Greeting Cards
Purrfect Pals Cat Sponsorship Greeting Cards are now available online and make the purrfect holiday gift for the cat lover on your shopping list! These beautiful cards each feature the story of one of our special sanctuary cat and include a message letting the recipient know that a donation was made to Purrfect Pals in their honor. 100% of the money raised supports homeless cats and kittens in need.
If you have any questions feel free to conact us at email@example.com or (360) 926-8494.
Happy Valentines Day! David came to Purrfect Pals after he tested positive for Feline Leukemia at one of our partner shelters. He is a very dapper (and photogenic!) seven-year-old black and white tuxedo kitty who couldn’t possibly be any more easy-going. Our Leukemia Land Sanctuary is the purrfect place for David to hang out while he waits for a family to fall in love with him! He now lives with more than a dozen furry roommates in a large room with a huge outdoor enclosure attached. On sunny days, David and his buddies are able to chase bugs (and other cats, of course) out in the yard. In the chilly winter months, they can enjoy their indoor playground with plenty of cat trees, an exercise wheel and friends, both human and feline, to keep them entertained.
Happy Anniversary! George Yoda came to Purrfect Pals when he started to develop some undesirable litter box habits. He was declawed, and like most cats who have no claws, find the litter box to be painful on their now sensitive feet. We also noticed he was showing some distress while urinating even outside the box. George Yoda loves people! He is the definition of a cuddler. He loves to be held (will often give you hugs), petted, brushed, and played with. George Yoda has a playful streak, but his favorite pastime is lounging about testing new and fluffier beds! We hope George Yoda will find a family who is understanding of his needs and willing to try several different litter box techniques someday, but until then, he will always have a home here at Purrfect Pals.
Thinking of you! Shaleah is a very special Siamese girl with brilliant, sapphire blue eyes. Adopted from Purrfect Pals as a kitten in 2011, she was returned when her family’s situation changed, and they could no longer keep her. Imagine our surprise when the gorgeous little Siamese kitten we knew returned as a morbidly obese 26-pound kitty! She is on a strict diet and we have been seeing great improvements, as she is now down to 16-pounds! Shaleah is an independent girl who is initially shy but friendly and outgoing once she feels secure in her surroundings. At the shelter, she enjoys meeting new people and absolutely blossoms when admired, petted, or spoken with. She’s quite the personality, always enjoys being with people, but does not want to be picked up or held. Shaleah is going to make somebody an absolutely devoted, loving, companion.
Happy Valentines Day! Jez came to Purrfect Pals through a local shelter transfer after her previous household decided she needed more attention than they could give her. This shy girl is still adjusting to shelter life, and can be very shy when meeting new people. She tends to get overstimulated easily and does not do well when she is confronted. Jez would do best in a cat-savvy home with no small children as she has a tendency to nip when she is done. We are sure that the other cats in the shelter contribute to Jez’s stress, and we believe with time and effort she will make a wonderful companion. Fortunately for Jez, we have a room in our sanctuary for special cats like her in the meantime. We hope to find an understanding family who will adopt Jez but, in the meantime, she will have a home here at Purrfect Pals for as long as she needs one!
Happy Mothers Day! Shamara is a beautiful, fluffy tuxedo girl who likes to pose with her paws crossed. Shamara was originally surrendered to a local shelter and then rescued by Purrfect Pals when her time ran out. Shamara is a great cat who is social, playful, enjoys all types of cat toys and just wants to be loved! Shammy (her nickname at the shelter) thrives on activity around her that engages her and keeps her mentally stimulated. Shamara will sometimes give “love bites,” and doesn’t like her lower back or tail touched, so she needs a home with cat savvy adults without younger children. She’d prefer to be your one and only pet and says she can be the best furry companion you could ever need. This intriguing girl is looking for a home to call her own, with people who want to fill the rest of her life with love and affection.
Happy Fathers Day! Deets (aka “Deetles” or “Fatty McButterpants”) came to Purrfect Pals after being surrendered to one of our local partner shelters. Deets has allergies which require a special diet and daily medication. He also tends to bite when overstimulated so he’s been waiting a while to find the purrfect family. Part of the problem might also be that Deets thinks he already found the purrfect family: the staff at our sanctuary! He has bonded with one employee in particular and insists on being held and cuddled by her constantly. When Deets isn’t hard at work managing the office staff, he enjoys snooping, climbing on cat trees, playing with catnip toys (especially his banana!) and hanging out on window sills and computer keyboards.