Current Fosters

Fat Boy

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Fat Boy was named by one of our donators. He and his three siblings were dumped in a box outsi

Sakura

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The smallest of Squishy Mama's babies. She’s a beautiful Tuxedo who was 8 days old when I first got them. She’s always been the smallest sibling out of the three but I had to start supplementing kitten formula in a syringe when she started losing weight. Within 24 hours she gained it all back and then some.
It’s crazy what can change in a day with these fragile little ones.

Sierra

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In this photo Sprinkle was 12 days old and had one eye open. She’s a Tortico just like her mama and sister, Sprout. Poor little Sprinkle developed a severe eye infection. Since it was still closed it was almost impossible to see. I tried a warm compress, and afterwards I applied gentle pressure to remove all the puss inside. I started her on antibiotics and eye meds. She made an almost immediate recovery.

Nicodemus

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Sprout is an early bloomer who already had her eyes open at nine days old. She was the first to have one and then both eyes open. 

As the biggest of the litter, she meets all milestones ahead of her sisters. 

She is the closest with her sister Shrimp and I would love to find them a home together. They've been playing and cuddling together since the day I got them.

Pea (Peter)

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Bea (Beatrix)

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Current Fosters

Strudel

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On  Valentine's Day night I received an SOS for a two day old kitten who needed help ASAP. Her mother was trying to smother her babies and had already killed two. Strudel was the last runt and her mom was already trying to smother her. They wanted a lactating mom for her and I had taken in a mama and her three babies a few days prior.  We drove 60 miles to pick her up that night. 

Shrimp

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The smallest of Squishy Mama's babies. She’s a beautiful Tuxedo who was 8 days old when I first got them. She’s always been the smallest sibling out of the three but I had to start supplementing kitten formula in a syringe when she started losing weight. Within 24 hours she gained it all back and then some.
It’s crazy what can change in a day with these fragile little ones.

Sprinkle

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In this photo Sprinkle was 12 days old and had one eye open. She’s a Tortico just like her mama and sister, Sprout. Poor little Sprinkle developed a severe eye infection. Since it was still closed it was almost impossible to see. I tried a warm compress, and afterwards I applied gentle pressure to remove all the puss inside. I started her on antibiotics and eye meds. She made an almost immediate recovery.

Sprout

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Sprout is an early bloomer who already had her eyes open at nine days old. She was the first to have one and then both eyes open. 

As the biggest of the litter, she meets all milestones ahead of her sisters. 

She is the closest with her sister Shrimp and I would love to find them a home together. They've been playing and cuddling together since the day I got them.

Squishy Mama

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Squishy Mama came to me with three babies. Her babies were eight days old. They were in the shelter and needed an exit plan fast. Her first night she hissed at us. By morning time she reached out and rolled on her back. She started purring the minute I touched her. Two days after we got her we took in a two day old runt that needed a lactating mom. She took this baby in as her own and it’s the sweetest thing to see. 

Wednesday

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After 3 years, Wednesday was abandoned by her family. For the first week I had her she barely ate, hid almost 24/7, and didn't use the litter box. After a lot of time and effort, she has blossomed into a wonderful loving cat. She fully collapses and wraps her arms around you. She needs to be the only pet in the home, and prefers to spend her time with a male or couple that's retired or works from home.

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