KITTENS and YOUNG CATS AT THE SHELTER
Last update 8/27/17
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 860-827-0381. A phone interview is required before any adoptions.
ALL the kittens that were abandoned in Canton except for two have found homes. We wish to thank all that were generous and answered our call for help with medical expenses. Unfortunately this is kitten season and we are still called upon to help poor abandoned pets. 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.
Chino was born in January of this year. He is a very active kitty. He loves to play and gets along with other cats. He is just a precious fellow. He tries to get the older cats to play, but they want nothing to do with him.
Pete has had a long recovery when he was rescued. He was discovered in a parking lot in New Britain with a serious upper respiratory fever. He is now cleared by the Vets to find a home. He is a young cat about 3 years old who has a stub for a tail. He is a little shy, but friendly after a short introduction. He deserves a loving home and would make a great companion. We believe he is a Manx.
Patches is a young and handsome boy. He is a mellow guy and is very loving. He was found on the streets in Hartford. He is neutered and is ready for a home. He is not a aggressive cat and would do ok with mild mandered cats. He is a lover not a fighter.