Gringo& Lauryn take a break at a show.


I ran across Gringo on-line after competing in a show last year, where I was first introduced to mustangs and really impressed. He wasn't an expensive horse, had some serious fear issues and decided to take a chance. He was captured in Wyoming by the BLM, a wild, white, (once) stallion from the west. Maybe an opportunity to live a little girl fantasy.
He is a horse of many tricks, but his dog-sit gets lots of smiles.
We enjoy training, which to him is actually play time. He also just competed for the first time, I hope he enjoys being a show horse.
Laura Lewis
Hannah is a beautiful Maine coon cat who seeks a new home at Cat Tails after her former owner could no longer keep her.

Hannah is a beautiful Maine coon cat recently returned to Cat Tails after her owner could no longer keep her. She is very shy and needs a new owner who can give her a long time to adjust to a new home. She is very quiet and can acclimate to other cats. To see and meet Hannah and all the other beautiful cats and kittens available for adoption, call Cat Tails at 253-1375 or go to the website, www.cattailsnc.org.

Cat Tails is in the Corner Stone center at 6622 Beach Drive in Ocean Isle Beach. Visiting hours are 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesdays and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Other hours are by appointment.

Cat Tails is a nonprofit organization of dedicated cat lovers formed to benefit the feline population of Brunswick County with its cats-only, no-kill adoption facility.

Cat Tails’ mission is to find loving, safe homes for healthy, adoptable cats and kittens and to rescue felines that are stray, unwanted or surrendered to animal control services.

Cat Tails also loves having new volunteers. Help is needed in many different areas, from cleaning at the facility to helping with adoption fairs. Please call if you’re interested. No experience is necessary.