Meet Cleo, Chloe and Selma, This Week’s Pets in the San Gabriel Valley – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

(Left) This gentle beauty has her adoption fee waived, thanks to 2024 Rose Court.  Cleo, number A512165, is cheerful, cute and happens to be completely blind.  He is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane.  (Medium) Kilo, No. A511727, is 5 years old and a great riding buddy.  He is a favorite among volunteers and staff at Pasadena Humane, where he is available for adoption.  (Right) If cats have nine lives, sweet Selma has already used up two.  Selma is 9 years old and happily waiting for him.  She is available for adoption from Lifeline for Pets.  (Left and middle photos courtesy of Pasadena Humane; right photo courtesy of Lifeline for Pets)
(Left) This gentle beauty has her adoption fee waived, thanks to 2024 Rose Court. Cleo, number A512165, is cheerful, cute and happens to be completely blind. He is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane. (Medium) Kilo, No. A511727, is 5 years old and a great riding buddy. He is a favorite among volunteers and staff at Pasadena Humane, where he is available for adoption. (Right) If cats have nine lives, sweet Selma has already used up two. Selma is 9 years old and happily waiting for him. She is available for adoption from Lifeline for Pets. (Left and middle photos courtesy of Pasadena Humane; right photo courtesy of Lifeline for Pets)

These pets are ready to settle into their forever home — your place.

Cleo, number A512165, is a sweet, smart and visually impaired cat

Cleo is a gentle and sweet cat who is a favorite of the staff and volunteers at Pasadena Humane. She is loving, snugly, friendly and sweet. He is also blind.

Having a blind cat is not much different than having a sighted cat. It will take Cleo a while to map her surroundings, but once she does, you can forget she’s blind at all. She can move around well and will adjust to her home quickly.

Cleo loves treats and isn’t shy about it. She almost sings with joy when you give her a little snack and nuzzles in your hand to pet. It is almost impossible to tame it!

Because of her special needs, a quiet home would be ideal for Cleo.

Cleo’s adoption fee is waived thanks to 2024 Rose Court!

The fee to adopt cats is usually $100. All cat adoptions include spay or neuter, microchip and age-appropriate vaccines.

View photos of adoptable pets and schedule an adoption appointment on the website. Adoptions are by appointment only, and new adoption appointments are available on Sundays and Wednesdays at 10am.

Pets may not be available for adoption and may not be placed through phone calls or emails to potential adopters. pasadenahumane.org

Kilo, No. A511727, is ready for fun time.

Five-year-old Chloe is such a good boy—and he knows it! He is sweet and loving with a very calm demeanor.

Chloe has become a favorite of Pasadena Humane volunteers who have taken her on many field trips. He walks well on a leash, enjoys car rides and always has a fun day on his adventures. He loves hiking, but really any walk is a blast for him!

He is known to sit calmly in the back seat of the car, his nose stuck out the window, watching the journey in comfort. He will then lay down at your feet for a nice nap. If you’re looking for a ride-along pal, Chloe would love to be your partner!

Chloe qualifies for the “Seniors for Seniors” program, so her adoption fee is waived for adopters 60 and older.

Generally, the adoption fee for dogs is $150. All dog adoptions include spay or neuter, microchip and age-appropriate vaccines.

View photos of adoptable pets and schedule an adoption appointment on the website. Adoptions are by appointment only, and new adoption appointments are available on Sundays and Wednesdays at 10am.

Pets may not be available for adoption and may not be placed through phone calls or emails to potential adopters. pasadenahumane.org

Save Selma from her gloomy beginnings.

Selma is a sweetheart who has had a rough start. Rescued by Lifeline for Pets from the SEAACA shelter in Downey, Selma had arrived when someone locked her in a carrier and dumped her next to a dumpster in Downey.

It’s hard to imagine what circumstances would lead someone to abandon Selma like this, but she is microchipped so we know she is 9 years old and has been euthanized before.

Once, it is easy to imagine that he was deeply in love. If you have room in your heart and on your lap for this sweet, middle-aged cat, apply to give him a happy new chapter. Selma would be grateful for another chance.

For more information about Lifeline for Pets, 626-676-9505. Email: info@lifelineforpets.org. lifelineforpets.org

Anissa V. Rivera, Columnist, “Mother’s Word,” Pasadena Star News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Whittier Daily News, Azusa Herald, Glendora Press and West Covina Highlander, San Dimas/La Verne Highlander. Southern California News Group, 181 W. Huntington Drive, Suite 209 Monrovia, CA 91016. 626-497-4869.

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