KITTENS and YOUNG CATS AT THE SHELTER
Last update 01/02/18
We are a very playful group. We love to play with toys, as well as our roommates. One of our favorite toys is a ball. We like the noise it makes knocking it around the room. We also enjoy chasing, and pouncing on our roommates. Should you consider adopting one of us we look forward to growing and loving you even more over the years. Remember that we are cute now but please love us when we grow up and just want to be hugged and to purr on your lap. Just as people do we grow to love you even more over the years. We will be a friend for life!!!
More info will follow. Plus,Animal Friends of Connecticut is expecting more and at the moment we have no room at the shelter. Shelters are full everywhere and we are no exception. Inquires for adoption please contact us at 860-693-0303. A phone interview is required before any adoptions.
ALL the kittens that were abandoned in Canton have found homes. We wish to thank all that were generous and answered our call for help with medical expenses. Unfortunately our work to help poor abandoned pets never ends. Please consider continuing your support. If you wish to donate please use this link.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Here we have young cats who are very young and still waiting for a home.
Hamlet is a little shy, but after a little introduction is friendly and very playful. He likes the ladies but sometimes doesn't like male competition.
Poppy and Puff are brother and sister who were rescued from the streets of Hartford. They were very scared when they came to their foster home. They are still shy around strangers but once they are comfortable they are very loving. Though not lap cats, they love to be petted. Puff, the black female, is more outgoing and will happily rub up against your legs so you will bend down and pet her silky coat. Poppy, the tiger male, is still a bit shy but will settle easily in your arms. Six months old, they have been spayed/neutered and are up to date on their shots. They are fine with other cats but it is not known how they will do with dogs. They have never been separated so they are looking for a home together. If you are interested in adopting these two sweeties, call 860 693 0303.
All have found homes.
Pippin, Romeo, Pierre and Natasha are seven month siblings that are playful, friendly and enjoy life. They have been in a foster home so are very comfortably with people.