Many of our long time clients may remember our first Office cat named Noah. He was a plain little tiger striped kitten that came from the local animal shelter. Our intention at that time was to neuter, vaccinate and find homes for one litter of kittens at a time. Noah’s litter was sick, and he was the only one that survived. He was named Noah and stayed as our office cat. After a couple of years, he decided he wanted to go outside. Nothing we could do would keep him indoors. Pam then took him home for “the weekend” and he never left. Noah’s personality remained the same. He loved to be outside but also loved to sit with you or sleep with anyone. Noah was the first adoption cat. Since 1992 thousands of kittens and cats have been saved as a result. Noah had to be euthanized last week at the age of 17 years because of kidney disease. He will be greatly missed by his family.