Friday, November 28, 2008
I've attached a photo of Jelly and Georgie in one of their favorite spots, near me and the computer under a warm desk lamp. With the onset of cold weather, we're cuddling more than ever, but they always take plenty of time to play and chase each other as well. They are wonderful companions and we are all thriving. Thanks again for giving them such a good start.
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Monday, November 24, 2008
They are four months old now and ready for adoption. You can link to more photos and more information about them on Petfinder.com.
Friday, November 21, 2008
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Then one beautiful October day she decided she would stop being cautious and become my friend. I was calling her name and putting out soft food for her like I did every day, and she ran right up and jumped on my lap. I brought her inside and she's been my best buddy ever since.
Jasmine is only about two years old and is a joy to have as a companion. She immediately starts purring as soon as she sees me and true to her Siamese roots she is quite a talker. Her meow is more like a "squawk" and it is really quite funny. She is a great bed buddy and loves to curl up next to me and purr.
If you're looking for a door greater, Jasmine is the cat for you. She would love nothing more than to share her home with a human or two that will attend to her every wish. She is quite the attention hound when she wants to be, and she loves to play. My cats aren't too thrilled to have her in the house, but I think she would be fine with another friendly cat, or she would be fine as an only cat as well. All she wants is attention and petting, and she will reward you with her lovely blue eyes and constant purring!
If you're interested in hearing more about Jasmine let us know!
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Thursday, November 13, 2008
From top to bottom and left to right are Autumn, Perdita, Diego, Barney, Fannie Mae, Fluffy, Flower, Henry, Minnie Mite, Peanut, Penelope, Otis, Missy, Sadie, Tara, and Tippy.
Monday, November 10, 2008
A couple has a baby and the cat has trouble adjusting...
A new cat or dog joins the household and they don't get along...
The owner, due to age or financial problems, is no longer able to keep their pet...
Many shelters routinely euthanize senior cats and sometimes any cat over one year of age because of the difficulties of adopting them out. Cats over the age of six or seven may be considered "senior" when they are really still in the prime of their life since indoor cats generally live to age 15 or more.
There are benefits to adopting a senior cat. They are generally calmer and less likely to get into trouble. Their personalities are established so you can really find a good match for your household. They are far less demanding of attention and generally happy just to be in your company.
Feline Rescue promises a lifelong commitment to the cats we take into our care. If they don't get adopted, they stay with us, but living at a shelter is seldom the best life for a cat. We have several cats who are really looking for their own homes now to get away from the hustle and bustle of the shelter and we are reducing their adoption fee to try to help make that a reality.
Please click on the attached notices for more information.
Friday, November 7, 2008
Time: 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
Location: Chuck and Don's Pet Food Outlet,
1661 County Road C West,
Located in the north corner
of the Byerly's Shopping Center
on County Road C and Snelling Avenue.
Description: Feline Rescue, Inc. is offering FREE nail clippings for cats and kittens. Also, learn why cats scratch, tips on clipping your cat's nails and recommended cat scratching posts/surfaces.
All cats and kittens must be brought to Chuck and Don's in a carrier.