In Memory Of

Sampson

February, 2017

Sampson puts his scent on a board


Sampson was a large Siamese who came to us from a local humane society. He had FIV and would have been put down instead of being put up for adoption, even though it is extremely unlikely that the FIV could have been transmitted to another cat. He was a middle-aged adult when he arrived, and was otherwise in good health.

Sampson was active and curious. He was friendly with people, although he sometimes got into minor skirmishes with the other cats. He spent much of his time on the back patio of the Cat House.


Sampson on the back patio of the Cat House

Sampson on the back patio of the Cat House


Sampson nibbling the greens

Sampson nibbles on the kitty greens, a mix of wheat, oat, and barley sprouts


Sampson checking out the cat carrier

Sampson looks in on the newest resident of the Cat House


Sampson on the back patio