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SOLAS shelter almost full, many cats available

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Hello from SOLAS, and welcome to the next chapter of “Cats, Cats, Kittens!”

First this week, a reminder, SOLAS is hosting our very first online auction starting Nov. 28 and running through Dec. 19. Stay tuned for more details.

Thank you to everyone who donated items that will appear in this auction.

Next, we want to have a talk about animals and adoption. Did you know this has been a crazy year for animals? Somewhat probably due to mother nature and somewhat due to people adopting during COVID-19 — then changing their minds months later.

This has been a wild spring, summer and now fall.

SOLAS, along with almost every shelter in the area, is staying almost completely full.

So, can you help the animals out by making room for another furry family member in your life?

As an example, we have an entire litter of black kittens that are growing up in foster care simply because they haven’t been adopted. They are about a year old now and cute as anything.

They are sweet and wonderful and good with kids.

We also have some other older cats. One of them is Clarice.

Clarice is a Siamese mix who was found in a home with 10 other cats. It is unknown if she lived there or was a stray as the house wasn’t secured.

She is 16-months-old and working on people skills. She is good with dogs and cats but prefers people at distance unless time for treats or at bedtime — she will sleep with you. Isn’t she beautiful?

As always, all SOLAS animals are fully vetted and microchipped prior to adoption. If you want to help, SOLAS always needs volunteer fosters, or you can donate supplies through our Amazon wish list at or donate via PayPal at

Contact or 402-577-0213 for more information.


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