These kitties came to us with eye issues and still nursing from their mom (Ivy). They are sweet, adventurous, and curious little babies! We have paired them up such that visually-impaired kittens are being fostered and will be adopted together with a seeing “partner” kitten. Kittens adjust quickly, both to any disabilities and to the VIP treatment of in-home living, and will do even better with a playmate. Our first pair is Mae and Buzz, (named after Mae Jemison, the first black woman to travel in space). Buzz is our alpha tabby, he will help bold explorer Mae get adjusted to her surroundings as she is likely blind in both eyes.
Potential adopters meet with us and the cat(s) either at our home or an adoption event. Potential adopters complete a simple adoption application, which we review and approve. If all parties are in agreement on the adoption we set a time to deliver the cat(s) to the adopter's home. Upon receiving the cat(s), adopters are asked to sign an adoption contract and for a tax-deductible donation fee of $125 per cat (or $175 per pair). Adopters are emailed all vet records and related forms.