Here is Liam
who was a stray cat at a shelter I used to work at. He was adopted out and returned for litterbox issues without even giving him much of a chance. He was never adopted out again and stayed at the shelter until he passed a few years later. I miss him.
Here is Faye
the first day after I trapped her and her kittens that were living among the dumpsters behind a grocery store.
...and this is Faye
a month later flirting with one of my kitties. She was adopted to a wonderful family and they are in love with her and say she is the most affectionate kitty they have ever met.
Here are Faye's kittens... Jr. Mint and Bobbi Socks (adopted together).
...and Mocha Latte (also adopted)
There is a video of the kittens above here... http://aear.org/animals_read.php?v_id=112
This is Miss. Kitty
who was a stray around a lumberyard. The yard took care of her for 16 years and when they had to close we found her a home with one of the customers. She now lives with another cat is a beautiful house with a special custom "Cat Room" filled with custom made cat furniture and shelves. She's livin' the dream!
I caught this litter of four kittens this past week along a busy road and they are all currently looking for a home through www.aear.orgDafne & Tallulah
There are some videos of these two kittens at this link... http://aear.org/animals_read.php?v_id=179Edward ("Big Ed")
when I first caught him. I'm still socializing him and he is doing VERY well.Josephine
when i first caught her. She is a VERY tiny kitten and I working on socializing her along with her big brother Edward. She is SUCH a cutie and is doing GREAT!