Vanilla is our beautiful, blonde bombshell. Unmatched in displays of affection and at times a bit sassy, this girl lives to be a lap cat. Specializing in giving people-like hugs when held before melting into a puddle of purrs, she will stare so deeply into your eyes that you’ll find yourself wondering if she’s part human. She enjoys catnip-covered toys, being pampered, snuggling, long walks in the clinic…
Little Monster has battled eye infection, impactions, and necrotic toes. Despite her rough start she's very curious and a constant observer. LM used to provide entertainment for our clients in the waiting room but has since retired to a more simpler life of basking and wax worms.
Koala is the most recent addition to the Alliance team. After the passing of Sparky, we quickly realized that Vanilla was going to need a new companion, lest she grow lonely. Although a bit younger than she, Koala is a ball of energy who will be sure to keep Vanilla on her toes. He also cat naps like the pro. We like to think that Sparky would've been proud to have another black and white male cat on the team, and we look forward to a plethora of snuggles and entertainment from this little guy for many years to come.
In Loving Memory
Sparky was our forever mischievous hospital cat. He came to AEVC as a kitten several years ago. His face/jaw was electrocuted as he had a love for wires. Unfortunately, the owners were unable to provide care for him. Dr. Holland took on Sparky as a rescue, repairing his jaw and giving him a second chance.
Sparky was a beloved member of our team. With advancing age, his health began to deteriorate but it wasn't until recently that things took a turn for the worse. He passed away in May of 2017. Sparky will remain in our minds and hearts as one of Alliance's first teammates. He was a source of joy and entertainment, was full of curiousity and love. We will miss you, little friend.
Meet Meem! Originally brought to us as Angel along with her litter mates that were rescued from an alley in Brooklyn. Meem and her brothers and sisters were critical when they arrived; ill with Coccidia, Enteritis, Hypoglycemia, and mal-nutrition. Unfortunately, Meem's siblings didn't make it; She's the sole survivor.
She had flourished into a curious kitten while being fostered by one of our previous technicians, Christina Lam. Meem (named for her signature meow) went to her forever home after being medically cleared.