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July 23, 2017

Brother and sister make a wonderful pair...

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To read more about our special duo, Gryphon and Iris click here.

Find out about other cats and kittens in our Available Cats for Adoption and Available Special Kitties for Adoption sections.

Posted by Nick at 09:05 AM

July 12, 2017


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We thought Annie would be easy with her Maine Coon good looks and awesome personality, until we discovered this sweet girl had one massive hernia and a fractured spleen caused by an unknown, blunt force trauma.

Thanks to Cornell University Veterinary Specialists and FOF, Annie, once an abandoned, frightened and injured kitty is now completely healed, busy with grooming, and she's everything we always knew she would be. Beautiful, loving and easy to love back.

Posted by Nick at 04:01 PM


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Ivy doesn't just need a home, she really wants one! We can't honestly say if she'd be happy with another gentle cat or not, but we know she'd be happy to be out of a cage and into a home. You may never find a gentler, better mannered, affectionate youngster than our sweet, green-eyed Ivy.

Posted by Nick at 03:58 PM


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Hope is a kitten found all by herself hiding in a hedge one step from a seriously busy road. No mom, no litter mates, just this one beautiful, tabby baby girl with large eyes and a high fever, and trusting us not one bit. Hope won't say how she found herself in that position but now that her fever's gone she's become an endlessly purring cuddle bug swearing off hedges and searching instead for that one happy home. Please could that home be yours?

Posted by Nick at 03:57 PM


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Can you believe Reilly, our super sweet, affectionate, sleekly black and green-eyed beauty once lived in a parking lot caring for kittens? This quiet and well mannered youngster is trusting and true. She's a lover of people because she believes she will find her forever home. Now spayed, microchipped and testing negative for viruses, Reilly could be the best friend you've ever had.

Posted by Nick at 03:56 PM


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Some poor mom thought she'd found a safe haven for her kittens in a construction site truck until someone started the engine and drove off the next morning. Covered in grease and smelling like fuel, these little ones were only discovered at the end of a long day. At two and a half weeks of age, they needed to be cleaned, coddled and bottle fed but weeks later they're ready to go.

Silly and affectionate, these two kittens are unusually marked with generous sprinklings of white throughout any black markings on their coats. The tuxedo with the adorable milk mustache is a really sweet girl, and the calico - well, she's gorgeous but she's more complicated than that - she's the brains of the bunch!

Posted by Nick at 03:52 PM


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Please welcome Juno, our one of a kind, two-year-old polydactyl, marbled tabby with gorgeous red highlights! She comes from a home of 40 other cats yet she's smart enough to be optimistically affectionate, loyal and just a bit silly.

Posted by Nick at 03:49 PM


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Meet Odin, a laid back, endlessly entertaining guy looking for his very own home! He's a beautifully marked, gentle and affectionate goofball who's somewhere around two years of age. He could be your one and only, or he could be your cat's new best friend. Either way, this happy boy is sure to make you smile.

Posted by Nick at 03:47 PM

July 10, 2017


We have so many happy, successful stories to share and to celebrate at our 5th Annual Silent Auction, but we'd like you to meet Squash, a not-so-happy story but the perfect poster kitten for why Trap-Neuter-Return is so vital. This tiny girl's brother sadly died while lying next to her overnight but we are doing everything we can to ensure Squash will grow into the beautiful calico she was meant to be. For now, she can barely open her eyes.

This very orange and calico neighborhood has been overrun with upper respiratory infections for generations. If we can trap, neuter, vaccinate and return the feral adults to this street, there'll no longer be kittens born here struggling to see or to breathe, and the adults will live peacefully without the heartbreak of caring for kittens who won't survive.

Come celebrate life on Sunday, September 10th from 3 - 7 at the Stamford Sheraton Hotel.

Posted by Nick at 02:31 PM

July 08, 2017


Seeing "lost cat" posters on poles and signs is very sad. We try to keep our cats safe, and hope it never happens to us, but sometimes a cat gets outside and becomes "lost." Here is a helpful website with steps to take when you have a lost cat. Click on lost cat to learn more.

Posted by Nick at 11:49 AM