Cats


FAAAS safely traps feral cats that we either find, or that find their way to us seeking refuge. We then take them to One-of-a-Kind Pets where they are spayed/neutered under their feral program. Those that have potential as house cats go to a partner organization for placement. Those that are deemed as better to live outside, make our sanctuary their permanent home. Each of them seems to have a particular fondness for finding their way to us during the winter holiday season. Michele has worked with all of these guys, turning them from feral to feisty, semi-domesticated kitties. If you’d like to help with continuing the fantastic feline care at Forever Amber Acres click below to sponsor!

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Angel

Angel, a once a feral cat roaming the streets of Cuyahoga Falls until a friend of FAAAS helped us safely trap her and bring here to our peaceful, loving and safe sanctuary in January 2017. Upon examination by one of our veterinarians, it was discovered that someone had extracted every last tooth of this young, female, spayed cat. It’s remarkable to us that she survived on the streets as long as she did, with no means to hunt and properly chew.  Despite her rough start in life, she is quickly turning around and seems to understand that we here at FAAAS are her friends and she’s learning to trust us, able to be pet and even began to purr when she trusts her human barn buddies at FAAAS. We pray her feral instincts will be a thing of the past in the days ahead and that she will continue to enjoy her life here at the sanctuary forever with the other cats, horses, hens and dogs.

 

Tuxie

Tuxie Merry Sprinkles was once a feral cat roaming the streets of Akron. She was rescued by FAAAS but due to an infection, had to have one of her eyes removed. Despite this, she was quickly adopted by a wonderful family and spent a very happy 3 years there. Her feral instincts still influence her behavior though and she is slowly being reintroduced back into the FAAAS family. 

 

 

 

 

 

Charlie T

Charlie TShort for Charlie Tuna because of his uncanny resemblance to the tuna fish commercials from way back when; Charlie T (CT) was found in the parking lot of a grocery store and became our first permanent cat resident the day after Christmas 2008. Today, CT is a great cuddler. He loves kisses, being brushed, and getting treats. In summer, CT loves sleeping in the hayloft or the catnip garden. In winter you’ll find him cozying up in his kennel. Charlie T is a born adventurer and loves hanging out in the pastures hunting for mice. One great mouser, this guy knows he’s “King of the Cats” at Forever Amber Acres!

 

Fudgie

IMG_1662Sometimes called Fudgers, Fudgie reminds us of a piece of swirled, chocolate-peanut-butter fudge! Michele trapped this little cutie out in the woods on a bitter cold night before Christmas Eve 2009. Fudgie is fully grown, but her legs are so short that one of our vets, Dr. Slenn, feels her growth was stunted because she had kittens herself before she was even one year old. Fudgie prefers to stay close to home and watch the boys hunt. Her favorite things are sleeping under a lean-to, playing soccer with spongy balls and representing our feline contingent as a greeter to visitors of our farm.

 

Jimmy Buffet

Jimmy-Buffet_1Hungry, cold and scared, Jimmy Buffet was found hiding under our hayloft on New Year’s Eve, 2012. Jimmy Buffet likes to hang outside of Freedom’s stall, go hunting with Charlie T during the day, and follow us around the barn when he knows that feeding time is approaching. Sometimes called “Buffet” for short, he has turned into a very social kitty in a very short time, and is now trained to come running for dinner when he hears the dinner bell in the evening.

 

QUINCY

 

 
quincy-november-2015The little fella is coming along…as of this post in October 2015, Quincy is only 7 months old and was an owner surrender to avoid humane euthanasia, due to a change in circumstances. Other animal shelters in our area wouldn’t accept him due to over crowding and because he was hissing and assumed he was aggressive. Aggressive…not even close! We couldn’t allow this pretty baby to be put down just because he was scared and hissing. His previous owners were already heart broken to have to give him up, but they will be coming out to the farm to volunteer now, so they can visit and help out. Quincy is becoming more and more social by the day and loves to explore throughout the barn, climb the hayloft, play hide and seek in the water closet and jump out at the volunteers to play surprise them!  This baby is a bundle of love, spunk and joy and would do wonderful in an adopted home under our First Right of Refusal adoption contract!  If you’d like to discuss making Quincy a part of your forever home, please contact us at foreveramberacres@gmail.com and ask for an adoption application.