Meet Mito the Library Cat!
The library cat, Mito, is a rescue from Focus on Ferals in Uncasville. He was found on Powerhouse Road and was given the name Mito – short for Mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell!
Mito is approximately four years old. He is very friendly and enjoys pets and snuggles. Please feel free to visit with Mito on the 2nd level of the library.
Mito also has his own Instagram account you can now follow! You can find him under the name @MitoTheLibraryCat - he will be regularly sharing his adventures and his opinions on being a library cat! He is wonderfully friendly and loves all his people and his new home.
Donations towards Mito’s food and care are appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns about Mito, please speak to our Library Director, Chris Johnson, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emily joined the staff of the Mystic & Noank Library in 1989. She found a home at the library among the books an abandoned kitten saved by a library patron, . A domestic tabby cat, Emily was blessed with a wonderful home and life.
We have a scrapbook of her life available in the Spicer Reading Room. Her many appearances in newspapers, magazines and books can be seen in the scrapbook.
She had a wonderful 17 years because of all the love and friendship that she received from all her admirers.