Clara Beth's kittens are still underweight but gaining everyday and eating well. At almost 3 months of age, the smallest three (Anthony, Grant, and Trina Ann) are almost 2 pounds, three kittens (Emma Lou, Gabbie Rae, and Amy Jo) are 2 1/2 pounds and big boy Chase is 3 pounds.
A small group of our spring kittens and their moms are now ready for visitors. If you are interested in adopting a kitten, momma cat and kitten, or pair of kittens, please call our foster adoption volunteers at 651-705-6264.
If you are in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area...today, tomorrow and Monday, Linder's will donate to Feline Rescue 15% of every purchase at any of Linder's Flower Marts and at its Garden Center when the buyer presents an invitation for Feline Rescue. To print an invitation, just click on the image below and print.
I fostered these kittens when they came from Red Lake Rosie's Rescue as tiny kittens with their mom. I had to come up with names in a hurry at the vet's office, so mom became January and the kittens were April, May, June, July and August. These two moved to Feline Rescue Adoption Center and we are looking for a home for them together.
“Yeah, yeah, my heart’s in a whirl, I love, I love, I love my little calendar girls…. May – Maybe if I ask your dad and mom, June – They’ll let me take you to the Junior Prom, July – Like a firecracker all aglow….”
“Wait a minute, what happened to June? Oh, she already got adopted? OK. But you’re still my little calendar girls, right?”
“We are, we are! We are sister tabbies. We’re about 9 months old. We’re cute, we’re sassy, we’re curious. We love you, too! We have lynx ears – see our little ear tufts? We came from northern Minnesota so, maybe, we are lynx ladies. Could be. We are a matched set. If we were tea cups instead of cats, we would have a tea pot to match. But we’re cats – and very proud to be cats.”
July has the pink nose, May the brown one. We both have fascinating stripes of deep orange running through our tabby stripes, sort of like little orange creeks. Both noses will happily stick themselves in your face and greet you. We’re still a bit young to settle down and sit in laps, but, for climbing and clinging, we think a human is great – at least until we get ourselves a real cat tree. Well, you will get us one, won’t you?
We are explorers. If we don’t know what it is, we will need to check it out. We travel about in indoor spaces and find things. We don’t sail around and yell, “Yee haw!” and “Hoo ya!” like some of these folks here. We’re purposeful; we concentrate our energy on sniffing stuff out. We met Lewis and Clark when they got lost in northern Minnesota. Oh, they didn’t? Well, somebody taught us to explore – maybe it was Mom – or sister June.
Could we talk a little business now? See, we’ve just about learned all there is to learn around here. We’d like to explore your place. We’re thinking you’ve got some fun corners and crannies – and some cat toys – and….Oh, goodie. We need $200 to pay for our food, our space, and our visit to the veterinarian. That wasn’t fun, by the way. Everything else. How about it? A matched set of Calendar Girls – May and July – no teapot included. Yours! We’re going to love you!
PS: We currently reside at THE ADOPTION CENTER (not in foster care). If you can't stop in but would like to know more about us, please call 651-642-5900, ext.3. Thanks!
For more information about Feline Rescue, Inc. and a complete listing of our available cats, go to the Feline Rescue website. If you'd like to hear more Feline Rescue stories and see more pictures of our cats, check out the Feline Rescue Blog!
Spayed • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained
Feline Rescue Inc.
593 Fairview Ave N
St. Paul, MN 55104-1708
PS: Here we are with sister June, who looks just like us except for her annoying fluffy fur -- she was always showing off that tail of hers...
Late last week we received word that a handsome young orange cat needed our help. Meet Tuck.Tuck was found with an injured pelvis, presumably from being hit by a car. This friendly guy needed surgery to remove the ball in his pelvis. He had the surgery Monday and he's starting to recover.Here is Tuck taking a very short break from his kennel rest to model his newly shaved hip! Like any young kitty, he has a lot of energy. He is getting around quite well already. Our supporters make it possible for us to help cats like Tuck. His surgery was intensive (and expensive!). If you are able to help Tuck and the many other injured kitties we take in every year, we appreciate donations in any amount! You can donate online by clicking on the donation box in the sidebar to the right. Please specify your donation should go towards Tuck/Foster Care. He will recover in a foster home and then he'll be ready for adoption. We will keep you updated on his progress! I met him during his photoshoot today and trust me, he is a little love bug :)
From May 20 through May 23, Linder's will donate to Feline Rescue 15% of every purchase at any of Linder's Flower Marts and at its Garden Center on Larpenteur when the buyer presents the Invitation. To get an Invitation, just click on the image below and print. Print as many Invitations for you, your friends, your relatives, your cats, and other plant enthusiasts.
Take the Invitations to Linder's and buy pink, purple, and red tomato stuff. You can also buy Linder's Gift Cards for other digging, growing folks.
Pandora and her babies Nestle, Nabisco, and Hershey are thriving in foster care. Gorgeous mom and her sweet, spunky kittens are going to make a great addition to some lucky families once they are ready to go home.
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