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Teenage Kittens

6 months to 1 year old

Please be sure to bring a pet carrier for your kitty's trip home.  We will not release our kitties without one (for safety reasons).

Did you find a kitten or two? If so, please fill out and submit the

ADOPTION INQUIRY FORM below for an appointment. 

We will contact you within 48 hours to be interviewed and to set-up  a visitation appointment for adoption.

Be sure to check out our Adoption Policies and Procedures before proceeding.


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DOB 04/26/22


These girls have made huge progress getting comfortable with people compared to when they arrived. We started letting them out with some other cats in their room and everything has changed. Both can now be petted - just don’t move too quickly. They like to play, watch out windows, hang out with cat friends, and explore their room. Most of the time we now find them in someone else’s cage or curled up in the chair. They will still need a calm home with a loving and patient family to continue to encourage their confidence. No dogs or small children recommended. Other cats are a possibility with proper introductions

DOB 05/18/2022

Shelbie loves to play, run around, and explore. If you move slowly while approaching her, she can be petted. She can be picked up briefly, but she isn’t really a fan of it.. She is looking for a furrever home with a family who will continue to work with her and bring her out of her shell.

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DOB 05/27/2022

This pair is somewhat shy, however we have been watching them transform from the terrified kittens who were rescued from behind a dumpster with no trust of or experience with humans. Between caring volunteers working with them and other socialized kittens in the room teaching them “the ropes”, they are blossoming. Both can be petted as long as you are slow when you approach them. They enjoy exploring their surroundings, but are more apt to do it when it is somewhat quieter. Turns out they enjoy playing too - some of our more outgoing kittens helped show them the fun of that. If you will just give them a chance, we know they will continue to become more outgoing and confident. They will need patience, a quiet home, lots of love and a small quiet space to call their own in their new home. No dogs or small children recommended. Other cats are a possibility with proper introductions.

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Special Appointment Needed

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Toothless and Astrid were named after characters in How to Train Your Dragon and are as sweet as the characters. Toothless may need some time warning up to you but once she does she becomes a loving attention seeker. In time, she would be great with almost any feline, responsible children, and possibly dogs (but would require some responsible "getting to know you" time). Astrid is very sweet she has trust issues that, with the right "parents", will resolve. In time, she would be great with almost any feline, maybe a couple responsible children, and possibly a small dog or one that's non-hyper (but would require some responsible "getting to know you" time).

DOB 06/03/2022

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