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.
Samaire was found abandoned with her siblings under an outdoor staircase in Philadelphia. Channon, our Hospital Administrator, adopted her immediately and began a steady routine of bottle feeding and general “mommy-ing.” Now, as the senior of the house, this curvy girl enjoys cozy snuggles, napping wherever the sunbeams hit, going crazy over catnip, and being the queen of the house. She shares her home and affections with step-siblings Figgy and Vesper.
Fignelina (aka Figgy) is the middle child, if you will. She is the sensitive sibling, responding to any situation that arises. Her little voice ranges from chirps to purrs, and she will still kneed like a kitten when snuggling comfortably. Figgy enjoys chasing strings, and playing with catnip covered toy mice. Her affection is contagious.
Vesper is the youngest of the girls. The lone survivor of a feral cat’s second litter, Vesper was fostered by Channon before eventually being adopted. She is the loner of the three, but growing in her displays of affection each day. She loves exploring the great outdoors (in the safety of her enclosed yard) and pouncing on Figgy to entice her to play.
In Loving Memory
Meet Sparky our forever mischievous hospital cat. Sparky came to AEVC as a kitten over 5 years ago. His face/jaw was electrocuted as he has 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. He spends his days greeting sick patients, licking any and all plastic in sight, basking in the sun, and donating blood when necessary to save other ill cats.