Ralph is around 3 years old and was brought into the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals as a stray with no collar or micro-chip. Staff members were unable to find his owners and, sadly, no one came looking for him.
Staff members don't know much about his past, but we do know that he loves to be petted and loved. This sweet boy will make someone very happy to find such a great personality in such a young, beautiful kitty. He is a brown tabby with long hair and handsome enough to be on the cover of a cat magazine.
Ralph is looking for a home that will keep him inside and safe from harm. Like all the animals available for adoption at the N.H. SPCA Ralph is micro-chipped, neutered and up to date on all his shots. Come adopt this sweet boy today.
Other ways to help the animals
— CPR & First Aid For Pets Workshop: noon to 5 p.m. Oct. 30, at N.H. SPCA Learning Center. This five-hour workshop is a must have for all pet owners. Some of the subjects covered: CPR, rescue breathing, choking management, poisoning bites and stings, snout-to-tail wellness assessment. Certification is good for two years. Register Now at www.nhspca.org
— 22nd annual Auction for the Animals: Nov. 19. Tickets are on sale now for this event to be held at Wentworth by the Sea, New Castle. An elegant evening filled with fabulous food, spirits and spectacular silent and live auction items. Visit www.nhspca.org for tickets.
— N.H. SPCA Behavior & Training Center: offers a wide variety of training classes. From puppy to adult dogs, there is something for everyone. Sign up for new fall sessions with professionally certified trainers at www.nhspca.org/training.
The N.H. SPCA is especially in need of canned cat and kitten food, kitty litter, blankets, canned lamb and rice dog food.
To adopt any of the many animals who need homes, visit 104 Portsmouth Ave., Stratham, or call the shelter at 772-2921. For adoption fees, visit www.nhspca.org and click on “How to Adopt.”