Fairhaven Cat Left Alone Wants a Place to Call Home

On Wednesdays at Fun 107 everything revolves around the animals.

There are so many healthy and beautiful animals ready for adoption on the south coast and I want to adopt as many as possible. With the help of animal shelters in the area, I’m putting a well-deserved animal in the spotlight for Wet Nose Wednesday. This week the focus is on Ocean.

Ocean is a black and white cat about four years old. Terry Cripps and the team at Fairhaven Animal Shelter found Ocean at the docks near the Fairhaven shipyard.

“She was very scared when we got her,” said Cripps. Ocean wasn’t alone either. The shelter brought Ocean and her three hungry kittens. The kittens are currently being fostered until they are old enough to be spayed and neutered, but mom is ready to call home somewhere.

As Ocean appeared anxiously at the shelter, she slowly learns to trust the members of the shelter. She had become increasingly anxious about life on the street with her kittens, so Ocean would get along best in a quiet home with someone willing to make time for her.

Ocean has been at the shelter for several weeks and nobody gives her the time of day, but behind her fear hides a frightened cat who wants to be loved and looked after.

She is neutered, informed about all vaccinations and ready for a loving home.

Would you like to get to know Ocean? Stop by the Fairhaven Animal Shelter and follow them on Facebook.

Every animal deserves an eternal family.

Fairhaven Animal Shelter

200 Bridge Street, Fairhaven, MA 02719

(508) 979-4028

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