found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
These kittens were rescued along with their mom when they were just a week old. They were born outside in the snow. Their mom kept them safe until a good samaritan contacted rescue to help them.
The kittens are still nursing and will be weaned and litter trained in the coming weeks. The kittens will be ready to go to homes the first week in April. We'd like to get them lined up with loving homes while they grow a little more. PLEASE, serious inquiries only. We are looking for people to make a firm commitment early on for these kittens.
There are 3 males and 4 females. One kitten is all black. Two kittens are mostly white with gray markings on their ears and tail. The remaining kittens are mostly gray with white markings. All of the kittens are ridiculously cute and being raised in a foster home so that they are used to people and social.
Interested in meeting and possibly adopting any of these kittens? Fill-out an online adoption application via www.sadiemaefoundation.org. $75 adoption donation, reference check and home visit are required prior to adoption.
While in the care of the Sadie Mae Foundation, all kittens are provided age appropriate vaccines, FIV/Leukemia tested and dewormed. Other medical treatments may be provided to our animals, depending upon their specific needs.
Our adoption contract specifically prohibits adopters from declawing any of our rescued animals. There are alternatives to declawing and we would be happy to discuss those alternatives with you.
We try to make our adoption process as easy and painless as possible, but please understand where we are coming from and all of the work that goes into rescuing and rehoming homeless animals. We don't want them to go through this again. Visit www.sadiemaefoundation.org to learn about the adoption process in detail.
If you are not in a position to adopt a pet that tugs at your heart strings, consider sponsoring its care. Click here for details.