Muffin’s Pet Connection: Mama cats need a home, too

HEY JUDE: MEEEEEOW- I am trying to look for a home for this cat. She does not have a name. She is a stray that we took off the street in the cold because she gave birth to six kittens. The kittens now have new homes — it’s time to find mom a good home.

“She is tame, litter-trained, sweet and does not bite. She loves to look out the window, sit on the couch and is extremely photogenic. She is afraid of plastic bags — not sure why. Perhaps she was abused by her previous owner.

“She was recently spayed (no hair on belly), and got her rabies shot. The vet suggests her age to be between one and two years. If anyone is interested, we will provide her litter box, the kennel and whatever supplies we have.

“I prefer email at jjngundam@gmail.comor call my cell @917-291-3534. Thank you.”


WOOF WOOF: GRACIEZANI… If you are looking for a dog who is perfectly trained, please take a look at Gracie! She is an obedience school graduate who knows her commands perfectly and is extra well mannered. She is quiet and calm, crate trained (but does not really need a crate), does not eat her food until you say so, and walks nicely on a leash.

Gracie is good with other dogs and lives with a male Pit Bull who she loves to play with, but would be best in a home without cats as she does have a prey drive. Gracie is a medium sized pooch, around three to four years old, out of her puppy crazies, and would be a great addition to your home. She is currently awaiting her forever family. If you are interested in Gracie, email Please fill out an application at


ALERT: Frozen rodents for pet food: Reptile Industries Inc. The federal Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning to pet owners who have purchased frozen rodents packaged by Reptile Industries, Inc. since Jan. 11, advising that the products have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

The frozen rodents, which are used to feed pet reptiles and amphibians, were packaged for PetSmart stores nationwide and are sold under the brand name Arctic Mice.

A total of 37 persons in 18 states, including four in Ohio and one in Kentucky, have been infected with the outbreak strain of SalmonellaTyphimurium. Five of those infected have been hospitalized; no deaths have been reported. No recall has been issued, but the FDA has cautioned pet owners to not use the frozen pet food.


SUMMER IS HERE…STOP THE BIRTH OF UNWANTED LITTERS NOW…MAMA-TNR FERAL CAT SPAY/NEUTER coupon program. Rabies shot and left ear tippingincluded.Please check MAMA’s participating Brooklyn vet list at:

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