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Meet these friendly felines at the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society

These are just a few of the cats at the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society that are waiting for a furr-ever home.
Goliath gets his name from his big and kind personality. He is a shy guy and doesn't rush out to meet new people, but if you wave a feather toy in his direction, his playful nature comes out. Goliath is a big bundle of love.
Daisy is a pretty calico, friendly, and affectionate. She is timid at first with new people; however, as soon as she warms up to you, she gives head butts and purrs as you pet her. She's just waiting for a loving family to recognize all her wonderful qualities.
Keeva has found her loving furr-ever home.
Mandolin is a gorgeous calico with medium length fur. She is affectionate and very lap friendly. She enjoys being petted and likes to be brushed. She has her playful side too; just put a grocery bag on the floor or dangle a feather near her and she is a kitten again.
Nicoleleo is new to the shelter and still a bit shy. She likes to be petted but is still a little hesitant to have visitors hold her.  She is learning though that to be held means extra petting and maybe some treats.
Diamond is sweet and friendly but can be shy until she gets to know you. One way to get her attention is to bring out the kitty brush!  She loves to have her belly brushed. Diamond would like you to stop in and seek her out so she can show you her special qualities.
Neptune's first months of life were difficult and full of hardship. He got separated from his mother, landed in a storm drain, was plucked from the drain and brought to the shelter.  Neptune enjoys playing with the other cats, likes to hide in boxes and bags, and is just an all around good guy.
Georgina came to the shelter with her four kittens and was a wonderful mother. Her kittens have all been adopted. She has a kitten personality herself as she loves to play, especially with string toys. Georgina is friendly and likes the attention that goes with being petted or sitting in a lap.
Nintendo is a handsome, sleek coated, black cat. He may look like a miniature black panther, but is very friendly and affectionate. He enjoys playing with the other cats in his area or with staff and volunteers. He wants it to be known that he really likes a lap and being petted.
Halo is quiet but friendly. She likes to be petted, but doesn't yet seek out attention. She came to the shelter with three kittens that have all been adopted. She was a very good mother and now it is her turn to go to a loving, forever home, preferably as an only cat.
Cat adoption fees are $99 and include spay/neuter surgery, a microchip, first vaccinations, and a free wellness check-up at a participating veterinarian. To arrange a ‘Meet and Greet’ with any of our fine felines, please stop by any time from 10:00AM to 4:30PM Tuesday through Sunday. Feel free to call us at (626) 286-1159 for more information. We are located at 851 E. Grand Avenue in San Gabriel, off San Gabriel Blvd., north of Mission, and south of Las Tunas.  
Mark your calendar for our 4th annual ‘Tea for Tails/Taste of Westfield’ event featuring Warren Eckstein and Garth Kemp along with a doggie fashion show and treats from your favorite restaurants. See our website for information and photos of all our available pets and more details on ‘Tea for Tails/Taste of Westfield’. You don’t want to miss it!

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