Monday, August 17, 2015

Momma Cats Looking for Homes

Feline Rescue has some very sweet, gorgeous moms in foster care who are looking for a home of their own.

Clementyne came into foster very pregnant and gave birth to four babies. Clemmie (as her foster family affectionately calls her) also nursed and cared for two orphaned kittens as her own.  Clemmie is an affectionate girl and would love a nice warm lap of her own to curl up in.  She gets along well with the other adult cats in her foster home. Her son Mandarin is also still available for adoption and would be a perfect companion for Clemmie.

Mandarin napping

Clemmie's glamour shot

Ada was a homeless momma cat trying to care for her four kittens.  Their rescue was coordinated through Feline Rescue's outreach program.  Her kittens have all been adopted, her two girls found a home together and her two boys also found a home together.  Now it's time for this beautiful girl to find her own home. Ada is a bit shy when first meeting new people but is very affectionate with her foster family and also does just fine with the other adults cats in her foster home.

Moms like to play too

Ada chillin'

Little Bird came into rescue pregnant and homeless.  She had a difficult labor ending in a C-section.  Three of her babies passed away but she continued to nurse and care for four healthy happy babies.  Birdie, as her foster family also calls her, loves to follow her foster mom around the house.  Three of her kittens have been adopted. Birdie's daughter Sparrow will be ready for adoption soon and they would be a wonderful pair.  Birdie would certainly love to continue to have one of her kittens as a companion.

Little Bird and babies

Vera and Vanessa had a bit of a journey to Feline Rescue.  Vera and Vanessa are sisters who each gave birth to five kittens one week apart on the White Earth Reservation in Northern Minnesota.  They were transferred to Red Lake Rosie's Rescue and then traveled to St. Paul to Feline Rescue.  These moms are easy going, sweet girls.  They cared for their kittens together (all ten of their kittens found homes quickly) and are best friends so they need to be adopted together.  Their foster family has even observed them walking side by side tails entwined.



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