October 28th, 2005, 09:14 PM
There seems to be an influx of kittens lately. One of our volunteers feeds ferals and these three were born September 10th in a makeshift shelter in her carport. Once weaned, she was able to get them away from Momma cat (who she is trying to catch for spaying) and brought them into her home for complete socialization. They have all been dewormed and vaccinated, and are all chubby, healthy little balls of fluff. Indications are that they will be semi longhair when grown.
These kitties plus 3 others (Chico, Jerry, and Cookie) will be at our adoption clinic Saturday, October 29th.
October 28th, 2005, 09:22 PM
Here are the other 3 little guys that are up for adoption!
October 29th, 2005, 08:02 PM
Just a note to say that all of the above have been adopted at our Adoption Day today (October 29th) with the exception of the little gray fellow (Chico).
We also had a 10-month old fellow (Buddy) adopted as well.
All went to good homes and will be very much cherished!
November 6th, 2005, 03:55 PM
SOS Miow,that's great news:thumbs up they are all adorable,too bad for little Chico,he's just as pretty as the others,but I am sure you're taking good care of him..
November 6th, 2005, 11:41 PM
Trixie has come back to us following adoption on November 19th. The lady who adopted her always had cats in her home, when she lived in the country in a large house. The cat were indoor-outdoor cats.
However, she is now in a 3-1/2 room condo and has found that she was constanting sneezing and rubbing her eyes since bringing Trixie home last weekend. She is heartbroken to find that she has developed a severe allergy to cats in closed quarters, as she never had a problem before.
The woman hadn't had a cat for a number of years and it's very disappointing for her to find out that she has developed this very strong allergy.
Trixie is a little doll (the diluted calico on the left in the first picture), and we are sure someone else will snap her up at the next clinic.
November 20th, 2005, 02:14 AM
Both Trixie and Chico have now found their forever homes!