A quick post letting everyone know that all the kittens have found great homes! Thank you so much to the wonderful families who have added these cuties to their households. We won’t have any fosters for a while, but look for posts from us during next year’s kitten season. The Shelby County Humane Society is… Continue reading Everyone has a home!
Before I get to write their introductions, Eagle and Heron are already out the door with their forever families! Once the kittens got snipped, we’ve been doubling down on getting everyone into a forever home. Melissa was the first person to contact us about adopting one of our kitties. She’s a yoga instructor in the… Continue reading A weekend of hellos and goodbyes
Sandpiper is the biggest of his siblings, and yes, he’s just as handsome in person as he is in his picture. Just like his grey sister Ostrich, Sandpiper has a very fuzzy coat. But where Ostrich was short hair and had little silky patched, Sandpiper is all fuzz. He looks and feels like a warm,… Continue reading Fuzzy boy Sandpiper needs a home!
Yup, that’s right! Our dear little grey girl has found her forever family. I posted pictures of the kittens on Facebook announcing their availability this weekend after surgery. Within the hour, an old friend from college contacted me saying, “I need Ostrich.” I was so happy! Ostrich is the perfect combination of lap kitty and… Continue reading Ostrich doesn’t live here anymore.
The kitty in our banner? Yup, that’s our dear Cuckoo. Don’t be fooled by that relaxed pose. We were incredibly lucky to catch this rare moment of Cuckoo in repose! It’s why we don’t have many pictures of her captured on our camera. You just need to see the amount of blurry pictures we went through… Continue reading Cuckoo, the ball of energy
Ostrich is the grey little girl of the bunch. But even though her coat is the color of a stormy day, she’s nothing but pure joy. This dark grey girl has a solid colored coat, save for the tiny tuft of white on her chest. Her face is a bit more angular than her other… Continue reading Sweet Ostrich
For the past month, we’ve had the pleasure of hosting who we are calling the Feather family. (The Shelby Humane Society named this bunch after birds.) It’s been so wonderful seeing them grow into the healthy, strong kittens they are today. All but one has hit the two pound mark, which means next week we’ll… Continue reading Meet the Feather Family!