Three beautiful senior cats are in desperate need. Their previous mom had a serious stroke and may be in rehab for months.
Two brothers from a Bengal mama cat, Sage, a gorgeous blue-eyed, siamese boy, and Tiny Kitty, a rich chestnut brown tabby, along with companion/sister Marmalade, an orange beauty, are all approximately 14-15 years old. In comfortable health, they love one another and always cuddle together. Tiny Kitty is missing quite a few teeth and both boys have had a life-long weakness in their hind quarters -- but excellent litter box habits nonetheless. All are very, very sweet cats.
Ideally, we are trying to keep them together while their owner recovers or, at least, until her daughter can move back north and secure a place to live (which may be difficult with 6 cats and 1 dog in tow). There is no other family able to help due to severe allergies. K is hoping to accomplish this in 1-3 months at most. Knowing that L is a caring cat owner who has also helped rescue cats/kittens in the past, if she was to learn her cats were euthanized, I fear it would be extremely detrimental to her recovery. It would definitely break her heart.
K would be willing to have them re-homed if that’s what it takes to save their lives. If anyone would be willing to foster this trio, she would take them back once she’s settled in PA. Ray of hope: there is a temporary foster home on offer, with space to board them, but which needs sponsorship to cover their costs for food/litter/vet bills.
These cats are currently located in Audubon, NJ, and transport can be arranged.
To help, please contact Laura at CMCLaura@aol.com
All of our cats and kittens are in foster homes. Please contact us at email@example.com to set up and appointment to see them. We have life-time placement for all of our rescue's so that they forever have a safe haven.
Unfortunately, we are not able to ship cats/kittens. We try to stay in all of our adoptees lives, so if you are not local to 08053 then we appogize but are unable to adopt to you.
Our kittens can be adopted out at a young age as a foster to adopt agreement as long as the pet parent is home a good deal to meet the needs of the baby. In this particular case we will need to meet up for age appropriate vet care as the kitten matures. This process ensures a social relationship between human and kitten along with a great deal of one-on-one care and additional bonding time with kittens new forever home.
Thank you for understanding!