CATS NEEDING FOSTER HOMES
|Frankie & Teddy|
FRANKIE (brown/orange tortoiseshell/calico, female) has beautiful multi-colored markings with bright orange and solid black front paws. She loves snuggling between her sisters in the kitty hammock and on the couch. Frankie waits to see what toys her sisters go for during playtime, and then jumps into action and joins the fun. Frankie is a little more sensitive and shy than her sisters, but is very loving and affectionate once she is settled and comfortable with her surroundings.
TEDDY (brown/white/orange tabby/calico, female) is the protector. She watches over and takes care of her sisters, especially Frankie. Teddy lovingly grooms her sisters after a meal or when they're getting ready for a nap in the kitty hammock. She also loves to give kisses to her foster mother.
Frankie and Teddy need a quiet home environment with no other pets. They would do great with adults, or an older child in a quieter home would be fine, too. No babies or young kids down the road since they haven't been exposed to kids.
These kittens were rescued from outdoors as tiny babies, along with their siblings, Georgie, Charlie and Chester (posted separately).
Georgie is a bit more independent and curious than her sisters, Frankie and Teddy. She is not afraid to explore new areas of her foster home and likes to bird watch out the window. Georgie loves to cuddle on a soft blanket, kneading and nuzzling until she finds the right position to settle in for a snooze. She has beautiful silver and black shiny fur, with bold tabby stripes, and purrs loudly when petted.
Georgie needs to be adopted along with another moderately active female SPCA kitten, or into a home with a like-minded female cat. If you have a big enough home and want three girls, Georgie gets along great with her sisters and all three could go together (see photos of all three together). Georgie can be adopted into a home now with just adults, or with kids if the kids over about 12 years of age and the home is relatively quiet. No babies or young kids down the road since Georgie hasn't been exposed to young kids.
Georgie came into our care with her siblings after being rescued outdoors.
|Kailey & Kiera|
KAILEY is a very playful girl. She likes to play with everything and anything that moves.
KIERA is a sweet little snuggle bug. She is a little shyer and mellower than her sister, Kailey. Kiera is so gentle and loves being petted.
The girls have grown up with an elementary aged child and a small, older cat-friendly dog. They are use to a quiet to moderately active home environment.
These sweet girls were adopted as young kittens to a loving home. Unfortunately, their caretaker is moving to a new home with family members who are allergic to cats so SPCA is helping these girls find a new home.
Tia is a very friendly and playful young kitty who needs human attention and playful interaction. She is very curious and investigates anything new and different with keen interest. Tia enjoys sleeping in the mid-afternoon and becomes very playful in the evenings. She also likes being petted and brushed, purring loudly to show how content she is. Tia can be vocal when she wants your attention.
Tia needs a quiet to moderately active home without other pets. She also needs a home with at least two people who spend time at home and who want a playful kitty to interact with. She would do fine with a couple with no kids as long as she gets plenty of people interaction. Having one caretaker work from home at least part-time would be ideal. She also does well with quieter, older kids who want to play.
Tia was brought to the U.S. by a Peace Corp volunteer who just couldn't leave this sweet girl behind when she returned to the U.S. Tia is a little too energetic for the older kitty in this Peace Corp volunteer's home so she has asked for help finding Tia a new home.