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Meet Veronica, NSALA’s rescue cat of the week who found a great home


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UPDATE: 10/14/2016

Veronica has found a great new home already. Scroll down as you’ll find more great rescue cat and dogs wanting to find a great family to live with.

To round off the first month of fall, we are pleased to introduce our latest little kitty who is anxiously waiting to find her forever home. As many of our loyal readers know, we have been teamed up with North Shore Animal League America for over a year. With North Shore Animal League America’s support, we have been able to help find homes for countless animals throughout the duration of our partnership. Every week we here at Movie TV Tech Geeks shine a light on an adoptable pet – cat or dog – that is anxiously waiting to be placed in their forever home.

North Shore Animal League America is the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization. For over 70 years, North Shore has been rescuing animals and advocating their proper care. Since opening in 1944, the organization has saved the lives of over 1,000,000 cats, dogs, kittens and puppies.

The shelter is located in Port Washington, New York, where it facilitates animal rescue and adoptions, as well as plays a lead role in the no-kill movement. North Shore Animal League America continues to innovate better and more sustainable ways to care for pets, in order to create a brighter future for animals everywhere.

With their vision, “To put an end to animal cruelty and euthanasia and to create a world in which all companion animals find compassionate, permanent homes.” North Shore Animal League America continues to make a positive difference in the lives of countless animals.

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Now, please help us give a warm welcome to…Veronica!

At just a year old, Veronica is a Domestic shorthaired cat with a beautiful grey, white and tan coat of fur. She has precious green eyes and perky, rounded ears. Fortunately, North Shore Animal League America was able to rescue Veronica from New Jersey and is now on a mission to find her a loving family.

At North Shore, Veronica lives in the shelter’s cage-free feline habitat, which allows her to socialize with her fellow rescue cats. During her time at the shelter, she has shown to be a very sweet and playful girl. North Shore’s staff believes she will be able to adapt in most home situations. In fact, Veronica would likely even be happy to go to a home that already has a kitty companion hanging around.

Like most of her cat counterparts, Veronica can undoubtedly help mature children learn responsibility, value for life, socialization and help build their self-esteem. She can also provide ample companionship to adults and seniors and improve their feelings of self-worth. Taking care of her can also help provide a sense of purpose for her owners.

It has been said that pet owners smile more, laugh more and form special friendships with other animal owners and lovers. Veronica will surely bring these improvements to her new owners’ lives and help them lead a more joyful life.

Cats are extremely versatile and adaptable animals, making them the perfect pet option for almost every household. As mainly independent animals, cats are often low maintenance and are perfect for those who live an active and busy lifestyle who may not be able to take on the responsibility that is associated with owning a dog.

Rosie Tombolo, the Kennel Manager at North Shore Animal League America notes, “Veronica struts around the cat habitat with great confidence and enjoys hanging out with her all of her other feline friends. She spends a lot of her time perched up high looking out the window.”

Some of Veronica’s favourite past times include: getting treats, stretching out on the nearest cat tree and making use of a nearby cat scratching post.

Furthermore, Veronica’s bright personality and adorable gaze will have any family falling in love. With plenty of joy-filled years ahead of her, Veronica is ready to find a warm, welcoming home to call her own.

If you are interested in adopting Veronica, please e-mail Kennel Manager Jessica Uster at JessicaU@animalleague.org.

VERONICA – Adoption #: R161426

North Shore Animal League America
25 Davis Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050

Phone: 516-883-7575
Email: adoptions@nsalamerica.org

Adoption Center Hours:
Sunday-Thursday 10am-9pm
Friday-Saturday 10am-10pm


Also available:

Meet Mahoney, NSALAs latest rescue dog ready for a good home 2016 images

At just 8 months old, Mahoney is a Shar-Pei/Cattle dog mix. He was fortunate enough to be rescued by North Shore Animal League America from a municipal shelter in Arkansas. Although he is still very young, he has already shown to be a bright pup. In fact, he already responds to basic commands and performs even better when treats are involved.

The Shar-Pei breed is known for being loyal to their handlers. They love to spend their time running, walking, playing, or even just hanging out on the sofa for the day with the ones they love. However, while they may be notably loyal when it comes to their family, Shar-Peis still [generally] maintain a friendly demeanor when meeting new people/animals.

In terms of caring for a Shar-Pei, they are noted as one of the easier dog breeds to physically maintain. They have short fur that needs very minimal brushing and washing. Mahoney’s other breed, Cattle dog, is also known for being low maintenance when it comes to grooming and physical upkeep.

As demonstrated by Mahoney’s ability to perform basic commands at such a young age, Shar-Peis are highly trainable. Most owners of the breed say that it takes very little time to get them housebroken.

Since Mahoney is still considered to be a puppy, he definitely expends a youthful energy. Around the North Shore shelter he is always wandering about with his tail wagging and a big smile on his face.

Rosie Tombolo, the Kennel Manager at North Shore Animal League America notes, “Mahoney’s tail never stops wagging. He has such a happy disposition and loves getting belly rubs, treats and hugs from his two-legged friends.”

North Shore is looking for a family who has the time to work with Mahoney, teaching him how to behave as he matures into a full-grown dog. Since he is rather rambunctious, the family would need to have some patience and be able to provide the leadership that Mahoney needs. The staff at North Shore believes that Mahoney would do best in a home with children (if any) who are over the age of 12. In addition, they also believe that he would be okay with having another four-legged playmate in his family. It is suggested that any interested adopters who currently have dog(s) bring them in, as it is best to ensure that Mahoney meshes well with his potential future four-legged roommates.

Moreover, Mahoney has an infectious joy that will bring plenty of happiness and light into any [suitable] family that opens their doors and hearts to him.

If you are interested in adopting Mahoney, please e-mail Rachael Rudman at RachaelR@animalleague.org.

MAHONEY – Adoption #: R161639

North Shore Animal League America
25 Davis Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050

Phone: 516-883-7575
Email: adoptions@nsalamerica.org

Adoption Center Hours:
Sunday-Thursday 10am-9pm
Friday-Saturday 10am-10pm

Once again, meet…

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Our latest feature, Leeza, is an adorable 1-year-old domestic shorthaired Tabby cat. She was rescued by North Shore from the New York Tri-State Area alongside a whole litter of kittens, however, she is the last of the bunch to still be looking for a home. While Leeza is a fairly shy kitty at first, she warms up to people quickly once she gets to know them and she becomes comfortable with her surroundings.

If you are interested in adopting Leeza, please contact Dorit at DoritS@animalleague.org.

LEEZA – Adoption #: MA2922


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Ricki Reay was a former celebrity news writer at Movie TV Tech Geeks. She left in June 2018 to pursue her career after college. We wish her all the best in her endeavors.