Reclining luxuriously in her own cat condo, Mystique, a 13-year old calico female is roused from her relaxation by SAFE Haven for Cats adoption counselor Ginger Rice Friday afternoon, October 9, 2015 when it is time for some activity in the cat playroom. Mystique's owner passed away this year and she is being cared for at SAFE Haven until she can be adopted. Mystique has been at SAFE Haven for Cats on Garvey Drive in north Raleigh since July, 2015.
Reclining luxuriously in her own cat condo, Mystique, a 13-year old calico female is roused from her relaxation by SAFE Haven for Cats adoption counselor Ginger Rice Friday afternoon, October 9, 2015 when it is time for some activity in the cat playroom. Mystique's owner passed away this year and she is being cared for at SAFE Haven until she can be adopted. Mystique has been at SAFE Haven for Cats on Garvey Drive in north Raleigh since July, 2015. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Reclining luxuriously in her own cat condo, Mystique, a 13-year old calico female is roused from her relaxation by SAFE Haven for Cats adoption counselor Ginger Rice Friday afternoon, October 9, 2015 when it is time for some activity in the cat playroom. Mystique's owner passed away this year and she is being cared for at SAFE Haven until she can be adopted. Mystique has been at SAFE Haven for Cats on Garvey Drive in north Raleigh since July, 2015. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Providing for your pets after you’re gone

October 12, 2015 08:00 AM

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