Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Natalie Update!

Hello everyone at Feline Rescue,

I adopted Natalie [two and a half weeks] ago and thought you would like to hear how she is doing. Two words: Hug Monster, okay two more: Chatty Cat. She loves to hug and is really starting to express herself vocally. You wouldn't believe all the squeaks, chirps and trills coming from her. She sure likes to talk!
When I got her home, I put her in the bedroom thinking she might want to hide out for a while. Ten minutes later she came out and plopped down next to me on the couch. It seems she had decided that I was her person and that she was home. It made my heart sing.
She is such a sweetheart and is a joy to be with. Now I have to watch where I step again, you never know where the kitty toys are going to end up.
Thank you all for taking care of her and helping us get together.


Friday, September 24, 2010

Darby, fka Joe Meower, Update

Must have been a successful Meet Your Best Friend weekend for Darby, fka Joe Meower.  He's found his home and is sharing it with another former Feline Rescue kitty, Bartleby.

Just wanted to let you know Darby, formerly Joe Meower, is doing great. He and Bartleby, whom I adopted from you a year ago, are getting along and Darby is starting to feel at home. Here is a pic I wanted to share with you.


Wednesday, September 22, 2010

The Ara- Belle of the Ball

It's hard work being the prettiest girl at the ball... or the adoption center. Arabella is as sweet as she is beautiful. But living with all these other cats definitely tests her patience. Whisk her away to your home and you will see Arabella's softer side! Here's Arabella enjoying some quiet lap-time and a to-drool-for neck massage. Stroking her soft, white fur was therapy for my sore, gardening hands too!

To meet Arabella, stop by the Feline Rescue adoption center or call 651-642-5900, ext.3

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Gracie and Lily Update

Yea! Sisters Gracie and Lily found a great home together and they're doing very well with their new family.

Hello everyone!

We are so happy to have added Lily and Gracie to our furry family. They have adapted to our house surprisingly well over the weekend. They have now met big sister Ushi and although they are keeping their distance and there is still some hissing and growling, there has been no swatting and they are getting closer and closer to each other. We are hopeful that we will find them in a big cozy pile sometime when the weather changes and they have gotten to know each other better.

Lily is still the bold one and could not be contained by the second day she was here. We put Ushi into her own room and let the new babies explore the house. Lily immediately ran out and explored every inch of the house. A few minutes later, Gracie followed. When they met Ushi, Lily ran up to her and they were nose to nose. Although Ushi hissed a little, she seemed ok with Lily boldly introducing herself. Lily and Gracie have now had the full run of the house with Ushi overnight and everyone seems content. It seems like the favorite spots for the kittens are in the front picture window where they have been sleeping during the day, and under the coffee table which affords the best view of everything without being spotted.

Gracie has come out of her shell a lot. As soon as she got to know us, she didn't hesitate to come running out of the room to see us. She has found a comfy spot at the foot of the bed that she likes in addition to the big window in the front of the house. She has also found a little sparkly ball that she carries around the house like a little mouse and trying to meow with it in her mouth. She enjoys playing with it and bringing it to us to play with her. Lily really likes to walk all over us looking for love and to snuggle as well as chase the monsters on the screen when Charlie is playing video games.

Both kittens seem to love poofy balls and sparkly crinkly things and have loads of fun chasing each other around the house. Thanks to both of you for taking such good care of our new babies before we adopted them. They are so social and loving and we couldn't have asked for better kittens.

We will update again soon and hopefully we will have some better pictures to send.

Laura and Charlie

Monday, September 20, 2010

Don't Miss Catsino Royale, September 25

Catsino Royale
Feline Rescue’s 3rd Annual Gala Event
Join Feline Rescue for a night of fun and games
aboard the Anson Northrup!
Saturday, September 25, 2010
6:30 p.m.–10:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Meet Some Kitties

Hope you can stop by and meet four of our friendliest kitties. Joe Meower and Buddy will be at the Meet Your Best Friend event today from 10:30 to 12:30.

Or you can meet Kuro and Pippi at the event this afternoon from 12:30 to 3:30.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Meet Your Best Friend, September 18

Four of our adoptable kitties who reside at the Feline Rescue Adoption Center will be meeting and greeting people at the Meet Your Best Friend event being held at the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory this Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

LIttle (Large) Guy Update

Little Guy's new family recently sent the following update to share with all the volunteers who are missing him at our adoption center.

We wanted to update you on Little Guy.
We adopted him on Aug. 30th and brought him home.
He has fit right in. He's mellow and doesn't mind all the visiting children and dogs!!
He is a perfect fit for our house, and our dog loves him and cleans his ears for him.
Thank you again,

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Save lives -- Become a foster caregiver

If you've ever considered fostering, now's the time. Feline Rescue has been receiving many requests to take in homeless kittens and cats but our shelter and foster system are full. Injured cats, pregnant cats, nursing momma cats and kittens, motherless kittens, kittens less than six months of age all go to foster care. If you have a spare room and an interest in fostering, please contact Cathy, Feline Rescue foster coordinator, at 651-230-3263.

Former foster cats and kittens:

Monday, September 13, 2010

File, Toss or Compost?

Alice's mom sent these fun photos of Alice making herself comfortable around the house. Alice, fka Pixie, is a former Feline Rescue cat who was rescued after being abandoned in a rental property. Alice had 4 beautiful female kittens and is now settled in very nicely in her own home.

Her daughter Daisy though is still looking for a home with her friend Emily. If you'd like to meet Daisy and Emily, please call Joan at 651-705-6264.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

The Chorney Family Kittens

Counterclockwise from left: Sasha, Urso, Mona, Pasha, Mina and in front: Boris

Foster caregivers are always trying to figure out appropriate names for their foster kittens and cats. The Chorney family is named from chorney a Ukranian and Jewish nickname for someone with dark hair which is from chornyj meaning ‘black’.

Mom and dad are also sleek black kitties so we're all wondering how did Boris get into this family, maybe the feline equivalent of the milkman?

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Tea or Coffee Anyone?

Little Miss Mina Chorney posed yesterday to show everyone that she has finally gained enough weight to fill a cup.  Her foster caregiver has been patiently caring for both Mina and her sister Mona and helping them gain weight (initially syringe feeding them).  Mina, the teeniest, now weighs a whole pound!  She should be at least two pounds so more work for her foster caregiver.

Rescued through our outreach program along with their 4 siblings, momma cat and poppa cat, these two were extremely malnourished.  More posts to come of the rest of the Chorney family.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Warm and Fuzzy

Fuzz is a sweet, little boy who loves to play and to take long cat-naps in the sun. Fuzz is handsome—with a nice white stripe down his face and a cute little white tip on the end of his tail. He gets along OK with other cats but would rather not live with young children or cats who are too rambunctious. Fuzz needs a person who is calm and willing to spend some time building a trusting relationship. Once you bond with Fuzz, he is a loyal and loving friend.
To meet Fuzz, visit the Feline Rescue Adoption Center or call 651-642-5900, ext. 3.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Baby Billy

Billy, a kitten about 3 months old, was recently rescued through our outreach program. Despite an injury to his neck and having to be separated from his litter mates while he heals, he is a loud purr machine.  Billy would like nothing more than to spend the day curled up in someone's arms.

Billy will be ready to find a safe new home once his neck is healed.  If you would like to meet Billy, please contact Joan at 651-705-6264.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Duchess - Lady of Leisure

After most likely raising at least a couple litters of kittens before finding her way to Feline Rescue, Duchess is ready to relax in a home of her own.

If you would like to meet lovely Duchess, please call Joan at 651-705-6264.

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