already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I had a home once, but then I got pregnant when I was only 4 months old. I'm not sure if my owner knew I could get pregnant that young or simply decided not to spay me. Either way, my owner apparently didn't like that I was pregnant and did not want the responsibility of helping me raise my kittens. My owner took me tossed me into a colony of feral kitties. I was so scared, I was still a kitten myself, pregnant, and now had to figure out how I was going to protect myself and my babies from these ferals. Luckily, this was a managed feral colony. When their caretaker arrived to feed them, I was so relieved! I ran to her and rubbed around her ankles purring, just begging her to get me away from these ferals, and to my relief she did! She called Operation Fancy Free and I was placed in foster care to have and raise my little ones. My heartache still wasn't over though. When the babies came, there were 9 of them! I was so exhausted after pushing all those babies out. They were so very tiny and it was tough for me to feed them all. My foster mama helped as much as she could, those first several weeks she hardly slept at all. She was always there making sure all by babies had time nursing on me and trying to bottle feed them too. Sadly, I still lost 3 of my babies to fading kitten syndrome, they just weren't strong enough to fight anymore and slipped away. However, the remaining 6 kittens survived and thrived! They are now big enough to leave me for their own homes! I need a home too! Even though I am still less than a year old, most people like to adopt kitties that are younger I am. I really really hope someone will adopt me too and it will be a forever home this time. I am very sweet and loving and will keep your lap warm in the winter time if you give me the chance.
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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