Sunday, November 30, 2008
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Margo of Elmwood Park is Ready for Her New Home!
Margo is a hoot! She looks like a meanie in this photo but she's far from it. Great personality and loves belly rubs. She can often be found lounging on her back with her belly up, seems to be most comfortable that way. She's a sturdy cat, muscular but rolly polly and really comfy to hold. She use to be all black, with long hair. A while back she developed an almost irridescent silver ring around her lower neck that extended 3/4 of the way down her front legs, her belly went slightly silver and the underside of her tail. Now she seems to be loosing a lot of that coloring, watching her changes is amazing. She looks like a bruser but she's not, she's sweet and loves to be loved.
General Description for all cats up for adoption. All of our kitties were born in the streets or in someones yard. While our mission is TNR (Trap Neuter Return) to prevent kittens, sometimes we get TNA's (Trap Neuter Adopt) before their mamas are spayed. When we get young kitties, we also capture their mom to care for them until their ready to be weaned. Then mama returns to her home in her caretakers yard. Our kittens are all well socialized. They've been exposed to many wonderful volunteers, children and adults alike. Many have also been exposed to dogs and most are comfortable with them. Our kittens are all healthy. We feed a good quality kitten food and supplement to assure a healthy beginning for a longer healthier life. Our adoption fee of $140 covers spayed or neutered, distemper and rabies shots, F/F testing, treatment for parasites and fleas, and a micro chip and may or may not have a slight ear tip (identifying them as a TNA). All our kittens are always welcome back for the duration of their life, and we're always available for questions about their health and wellbeing.
For information on adopting Margo, write firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Monday, November 10, 2008
Our kitties were a big hit at What's Blooming in May. Linda Broccolo, CatVando Volunteer and wonderful Colony Manager did a great job keeping the kitties happy and the crowds. Kids and adults alike loved playing with the kittens with feathered sticks and our babies took to the streets very well. No adoptions but lots of education.
A great Sat & Sun in May, we enjoyed the people, the weather and our great spot in front of Sirius Cooks.