up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
My life as a little bitty kitten was pretty good. I had a home, food, and people to give me attention.... But then one night my people took me for a car ride. They put me down in the weeds and told me, this is your new home, and then they left.... Tell me how are weeds a home for a kitty princess like me? This new place was kind of scary.... there were other kitties there, but they weren't kitties like me, they were wild kitties who were wary of humans, and also of little wary of me, a domestic kitten suddenly showing up in their territory! Now these kitties, even though they were wild kitties, did have some humans who care for them. These humans provide them with food and little houses though those things sure didn't look like much of a house to me! The wild kitties seemed to really like those little houses, but they sure were tiny... AND WHAT!?!? No litter box! Those wild kitties didn't seem to mind, but I'm an indoor plumbing kind of girl... you feel me? Well anyway, when these humans saw me there with those wild kitties, they picked me up and put me into Operation Fancy Free's foster program. I gots my indoor plumbing back! Plus a really nice human to sit on to boot! I just love sitting on humans! However, this is just a temporary home.... I need to find me a human or humans to sit on for the rest of my life. I also love giving little kitty kisses, playing, and climbing. Bookshelves and the like make for great viewing of my kingdom! I hope my forever humans have lots of kitty perches for surveying the lay of the land from. I have some kitty friends I romp and play with in foster care and would love a kitty friend or two in my forever home. My temporary human also took me to meet something called a dog one day. What a crazy looking, and sounding creature that is! This dog also smelled a bit like a skunk, though according to the humans, dogs usually don't smell like skunks. I don't think I would mind living with one of these dogs as long as they are nice to kitties (and don't smell like a skunk). I also visited with some little, bouncy, humans that squeal... they were pretty fun too! I wandered off and found me a perch in a closet to survey the land from and these little humans were running around looking for me everywhere. It was really funny because I wasn't even hiding! I wouldn't mind living with some of these little humans either. So what do you think? Will you be my forever human?
We are a group of volunteers who formed in August 2013 to address the issue of homeless felines in our county. As of April 2016, we have done TNR on 896 community cats. As a natural progression of our program, we also provide fostering and adoptions of domestic cats and kittens. All of our foster felines are in private homes, not a shelter environment. We can help arrange transport if needed.
Come Meet Our Pets...
By appointment only. Foster kitties are in multiple locations. All attempts will be made to get your possible adoptees in one location for a meet 'n greet as quickly as possible.
Our Adoption Process...
We offer adoptions based on donations comparable to the vetting that we have completed on the kitty. Spay or neuter is mandatory. If the kitty you choose has not yet been s/n, we require a $50 refundable deposit when you have completed the spay or neuter.
Our adoption form can be found at https://form.jotform.com/WV201/operation-fancy-free-adoption-form
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