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We Are Looking For Our Forever Home



Meet Leroy! Leroy is a special needs boy that came to NBARR all the way from Greenville, SC. He was in a high kill shelter and had been diagnosed with Megaesophagus. Since going to our vet here she has determined that Leroy has a soft tissue issue and not actually Megaesophagus. He does perfectly on a wet food diet, but no dry food for this boy!! He has been with us for 3 months and hasn't received one application. He is the sweetest boy, just a typical kitten who loves to play and cuddle. Please send us a message if you are interested in meeting Leory!



Meet Timmy!! Timmy is about 2.5 years old and was surrendered due to the family not being able to care for him properly. He loves ear scratches, carrots and kale and he would love to have a family of his own. Please contact us if you would like to meet Timmy.

Meet Cookie & Cupcake! These 2 dumbo/rex girls are sisters and were surrendered to NBARR December 9th, 2021 due to their kid owner not giving them attention. They are about 2.5 years old and have a very sweet demeanor. Cookie is more outgoing and will jump on your shoulder once she is comfortable with you. She is very curious and has a very cute personality. Cupcake is very shy and will let you pet her but she would rather not be held. We have been working with the girls for about a month and they have come a long way but they will need a home with experienced rat owners.  If you are interested in adopting these little ladies please send us a message and we would be happy to set up a meet and greet!


Meet Gerald & Arnold! They were found on the side of the road in the snow. Thanks to a gentleman passing by, he stopped, picked them up and took them to a nearby Pet store where we were called and came to get them within the hour. They have been with us for 3 months and are still learning to trust humans. They likely did not have much positive interaction while they were in the care of the people that dropped them but they will now run excitedly to greet us to get treats and will now let us pet them without squealing in fear. They are still a little unsure of new situations but they have been adapting well. Please contact us if you are interested in meeting these sweet boys.

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Meet Channing! This boy is a sweetheart despite all he has been through. He was originally surrendered to a shelter after his owner died, he had obviously been a trap and release kitty based on his ear tip. He was pulled by a local rescue and after multiple attempts to treat an issue he was having with his ear, nothing was working and he was just getting worse so the vet recommended euthanasia. That is when NBARR stepped in and took him to our vet and they determined he had a nasty ear infection due to a large polyp in his ear, it was removed same day and he is just as sweet as before but with less of a head tilt now. He is also FIV+ (which is an immune deficiency virus) It is not curable however FIV+ kitties can live a complete normal life. Unlike with feline leukemia, FIV kitties can live with non positive cats. The virus is typically only spread by cat bites. Channing is great with kids and loves attention, he is very vocal and will talk to you quite a bit. He has met a couple of our resident cats and doesn't mind them as long as they do not pester him. I think he would be fine in a home with a cat or cats that are not dominate. Channing being almost 16lbs is a big boy and based on his scars and the fact he is FIV+ means he has probably been in a few fights but he is not the type of cat that goes looking for fights. Contact us if you are interested in meeting Channing!

Adoption Application

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