Mama Juno is a super sweet and still playful “mini” cat who is in need of a loving family to adopt her.
She’s been raising her four kittens and now they have all been adopted so she is ready to find her own forever home where she can be the center of attention.
We are very happy to say, Rizzoli and Isles have finally found someone who has chosen to adopt them into their loving home. With that being said, all of our baby kittens are now officially in forever homes.
All that’s left to do now is to help their mama Juno find her new forever home. Mama Juno is a small two to three year old sweet cat.
Isles goes off and tries to find her favorite toy. Please help spread the word about this video to everyone you know, the more views we get the more likely Isles and her family will find a loving forever home.
This week, the box causes some dispute between the kittens. Hilarity shortly follows.
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So, we have been working on a video to showcase the all-out, awe inspiring, super duper adorableness that is Ashton, Rowdy, Rizzoli and Isles. And it is finally here!
I know you are excited…breathe…and now go watch the video (as many times as you want, share it even, it’s ok)
The kittens are almost ready to be adopted. There is much anticipation for their forever families, and these little cuties will be an amazing addition to a loving home! Right now, most of the kitties are just over 2 lbs, and will be ready to go at 3lbs. Eat up little ones…it won’t be long.
Although the kittens are feeling much better, running around and playing, they still need to get their shots! They are headed out now to see a veterinarian from Fat Cat City. They will be missing from your screen, just for a while, to make sure they are the picture of health. Wish them well!
For those not following us on Twitter & FB (why aren’t you??): Ashton & Rowdy both got Panleuk (very deadly virus) on Thurs/Fri. To give them a fighting chance against the vomiting & diarrhea we gave them antibiotics & sub-q fluids on Fri/Sat. Thankfully they seem to have gotten thru the worst of it and are now getting better. (Our assumption is that the strain of virus they got was fairly mild & we are grateful for that too) We are still hoping that Rizzoli & Isles don’t get sick but we will continue with their “quarantine” in the bathroom from the resident cats until we are sure.