Monday, September 7, 2009

A busy week ahead

New kittens have been taken into foster care, ranging in age from 2 months to 6-8 months. Not all have been to the vet yet for testing and shots, some will go in this week and then continue with dewormings and get on the spay/neuter schedule.

In the meantime - never fear! We have cats and kittens available for adoption and will have two adoptions next weekend.

Sat. Sept. 12 from 11-1 at the Chuck and Don's location on W Lake St. near Lake Calhoun.

Sun., Sept. 13 from 1-3 p.m at the PetCo in Richfield at 66th and Lyndale Ave. S.

Daisy, Tansy, Teresa, Talbot and Tim are all looking for a forever home - kittens in the 5 month old range. They are all well socialized, playful, busy kids who have been with another kitten or cat and with a small or medium sized dog.

Pretzel and Wakota are two females who recently came to us at about 9 months and 16 months of age. They are playful and friendly also.

Missy is looking for a home - we just discovered today that she seems to want a man's lap in her life. While she has stood on her foster mom's lap and enjoyed being pet, she snuggled right down on the man's lap and made herself at home - purring, kneading, happy as a cat in a lap. Missy is of unknown age - probably 10-14 yrs. She's a healthy girl, her teeth have mostly been removed, and she recently had a thyroidectomy when there was a growth on one side that was causing her to lose weight. She needs no medication, her kidney and liver values are great. Do you know of someone - perhaps a gentleman - who is a little more housebound and would love an easy going companion? Someone who works from home and would love the extra company?Someone who needs a companion in the day or evening? Missy might be the right girl. She's not overly demanding but loves to keep you company and have you talk to her.

Others to keep your eye on are:

Casper or Mr. Potter as he is called in his foster home:

James is a new addition too.

Don't forget Nikita Banana!

Check out the continuing rotation of cats or kittens at the Highland Chuck and Don's too.

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