Other Pets at Shelter...
Smidgen is a petite little tortie. She is the smallest of Dollop’s litter. She is quite talkative with her foster family and is not at all shy about telling them what she wants. She is usually the first in the morning to let her foster mom know that the food bowls need refilling. Smidgen is also a little lover like her momma Dollop. She loves to curl up with anyone (cat or human) but tends to seek out her brother Dash. She is fully litter box trained.
Smidgen is a sweet little girl who loves to play and holds her own with her siblings as well as the other cats in her foster’s home. She was separated from Dash, Dab and Skosche for a while but came back to join the group. She quickly took to the rest of the kittens, happy to be amongst siblings again. It would be good for her to be adopted with one of her siblings, especially Dash, since they seem to have bonded.
Rescue Group Info...
Tenth Life is an animal welfare organization that provides another chance at life to injured and abused stray cats. Our focus is on felines with extreme medical needs or ongoing conditions that make it difficult for typical shelters to afford their care.
Stage one of our mission is getting needy cats off the streets of St. Louis and into caring Foster Homes, where they await their forever homes. Stage two´s goal is to open a shelter building that will house special-needs kitties in a cage-free, no-kill setting until they can be carefully placed in their forever homes.
Please visit our website, www.tenthlifecats.org
All potential adopters are required to complete a comprehensive application and interview, and will need to supply proper identification, as well as personal and veterinary references. Our adoption fee is $100 for kittens 6 months or younger, and $75 for any cat over six months of age. Our fee includes spay/neuter surgery, vaccines to-date of adoption, and a microchip. Once approved, all adopters are required to sign an adoption contract.
Tenth Life serves needy homeless cats in the St. Louis area, offering them much-needed medical care, love, and finding them permanent, loving homes.