Visiting Foster Kitten: Peanut

Peanut is a five month old Bengal/Tiger mix. She is very loving and friendly to other cats, humans, and dogs too. She has already been spayed, and is looking for a loving family to bring her into their loving forever home. She is known as an “insta-purr” kitten, which means that as soon as she’s pet she begins to purr.  Her hobbies include climbing the cat tree, purring, and being an all around loving kitten.

Visiting Foster Kitten: Milkshake

Milkshake is our visiting foster kitten who is a Bengal/Tiger mix. She is a five month old kitten who absolutely loves attention. Her hobbies include kneading blankets and playing games. She has also been spayed. Milkshake is known as an “insta-purr” kitten, which means that as soon as she’s pet she begins to purr.

Visiting Foster Kitten: Kipper

Kipper is our evenly tabby colored guest foster kitten at our house. His brother and him were found as babies in the woods and rescued. His brother has found a forever home, and now it’s his turn. He is currently five and a half months old, and gets along with other kittens, humans, and dogs too. He has been neutered, and is very playful and friendly. His hobbies include cat naps and playing with the other animals.

Binders Full of Kittens

There is a lot of talk about binders going on right now. Thanks to Rizzoli and Isles visiting us this week we now have binders full of kittens!
On that note, Rizzoli and Isles’s mother Juno is still in need of a loving home. She is incredibly friendly, and loves attention. Please spread the word about her to anyone you know that is interesting in adding a loving family member to their forever home.

No More Beating Around the Bush

Ok, no more beating around the bush. (pun intended to go with the pic!)  We need to get these rescue kitties forever homes!  Ashton, Rowdy, Rizzoli & Isles are all available for adoption.

We would love for them to go in pairs but if you already have cats then adopting one alone could work.  Allow me to explain a little: kittens play the MOST they will EVER play in their WHOLE lives during their first 6-8 months of life, which means if they don’t have a litter mate/friend to “rough house” & romp around with they will look for ways to amuse themselves…most likely to the detriment of your belongings.  Plus, as we all know, life is more fun & enjoyable when you have someone to hang out with.  (Just imagine for a moment that you are stuck home by yourself all day while the one you adore & want affection from is at work AND you have no one to talk to or play with)

To get keep this post light & humorous here’s a picture to get your brain going a little bit after celebrating Independence Day.