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Forgotten Felines of Culpeper

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black & White or Tuxedo
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
16852024
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet Grasshopper! Grasshopper (male) and his siblings were found in a hollowed tree as tiny kittens - just like the Keebler elves. Their mom, Keebler hid them there to keep them safe.All are named with the Kebbler treats in mind. :0) Grasshopper is about a year old. He is very bonded to his sibling, Pitter Patter. They are the only 2 cats left in the litter not to be adopted a year later. We do not know why. Both are very sweet, comical, and loving. They love to be pet and would make great companion animals.

Grasshopper is a black and white tuxedo, with with one eye area black and the other all white. He was the most friendly, silly, energetic, and playful of the litter. PitterPatter is a brown tabby who is a little shy at first, but warms up quickly.

Bonded brothers, PitterPatter and Grasshopper are two older kittens, just barely a year old, who look as though they are full-grown cats. They are quite comical, too. Grasshopper is the kitten who is ready to join in the fun after just a day or two, while PitterPatter chooses to watch from afar for just a bit longer. It has taken these poor boys so long to find their humans that their former foster has moved out of town. They are now back in their original foster home with their mom Keebler (a Violet).

They both have hopes and dreams of finding their own family. Grasshopper has considered starting his own yoga class, however it didn't catch on with the other cats as anticipated ... and let's face it ... try his yoga moves as he might, there is not much interest for a yoga class in a foster home, despite the captive audience. (Maybe this is why PitterPatter watches from afar?? Just sayin'.)

If you are into yoga and wouldn't mind kitty yoga class in your home, please email Grasshopper at GoodMews22@aol.com.

Both boys are neutered, have their FVRCP vaccines, their rabies vaccine, tested negative for Feline Leukemia and FIV, and are microchipped with a lifetime registration. You do not need to know yoga to apply. Grasshopper will train.

July 2, 2022, 3:19 pm

Meet Grasshopper! Grasshopper (male) and his siblings were found in a hollowed tree as tiny kittens - just like the Keebler elves. Their mom, Keebler hid them there to keep them safe.All are named with the Kebbler treats in mind. :0) Grasshopper is about a year old. He is very bonded to his sibling, Pitter Patter. They are the only 2 cats left in the litter not to be adopted a year later. We do not know why. Both are very sweet, comical, and loving. They love to be pet and would make great companion animals.

Grasshopper is a black and white tuxedo, with with one eye area black and the other all white. He was the most friendly, silly, energetic, and playful of the litter. PitterPatter is a brown tabby who is a little shy at first, but warms up quickly.

Bonded brothers, PitterPatter and Grasshopper are two older kittens, just barely a year old, who look as though they are full-grown cats. They are quite comical, too. Grasshopper is the kitten who is ready to join in the fun after just a day or two, while PitterPatter chooses to watch from afar for just a bit longer. It has taken these poor boys so long to find their humans that their former foster has moved out of town. They are now back in their original foster home with their mom Keebler (a Violet).

They both have hopes and dreams of finding their own family. Grasshopper has considered starting his own yoga class, however it didn't catch on with the other cats as anticipated ... and let's face it ... try his yoga moves as he might, there is not much interest for a yoga class in a foster home, despite the captive audience. (Maybe this is why PitterPatter watches from afar?? Just sayin'.)

If you are into yoga and wouldn't mind kitty yoga class in your home, please email Grasshopper at GoodMews22@aol.com.

Both boys are neutered, have their FVRCP vaccines, their rabies vaccine, tested negative for Feline Leukemia and FIV, and are microchipped with a lifetime registration. You do not need to know yoga to apply. Grasshopper will train.

July 2, 2022, 3:19 pm
Rescue

Forgotten Felines of Culpeper

Contact info
Pet ID
16852024
Contact
Phone
Address
Culpeper, VA 22701
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our adoption process requires you filling out an approved adoption application, meeting your future family member, and signing a contract. Fees vary depending on the cat - their socialibility, age, and how long they have been looking for their furrever home. Fees range from $35 to $65. All cats are spayed/neutered, feline leukemia tested negative, and have had their first set of vaccines.
Our adoption process requires you filling out an approved adoption application, meeting your future family member, and signing a contract. Fees vary depending on the cat - their socialibility, age, and how long they have been looking for their furrever home. Fees range from $35 to $65. All cats are spayed/neutered, feline leukemia tested negative, and have had their first set of vaccines.

More about this rescue

Our rescue is dedicated to the cats that have been forgotten - strays that are shy and frightened, abandoned cats that once had a home and are trying to come into a home for shelter, cats that need a little more TLC than most to trust again. These cats are struggling on our streets to be noticed, struggling for survival. They need our love, our compassion, our help. They are the forgotten cats. The cats that most rescues "don't have time for." ALL cats deserve love. ALL cats deserve a good home. ALL cats deserve to be treated with respect and given care. Given time, love, and nurturing, these cats become wonderful, loving housecats. Our rescue is for the forgotten cats. In my home, they are known as the Shrinking Violets, and I have fought for their right to be loved, receive care, and the respect they deserve. Please join me with your support.
Our rescue is dedicated to the cats that have been forgotten - strays that are shy and frightened, abandoned cats that once had a home and are trying to come into a home for shelter, cats that need a little more TLC than most to trust again. These cats are struggling on our streets to be noticed, struggling for survival. They need our love, our compassion, our help. They are the forgotten cats. The cats that most rescues "don't have time for." ALL cats deserve love. ALL cats deserve a good home. ALL cats deserve to be treated with respect and given care. Given time, love, and nurturing, these cats become wonderful, loving housecats. Our rescue is for the forgotten cats. In my home, they are known as the Shrinking Violets, and I have fought for their right to be loved, receive care, and the respect they deserve. Please join me with your support.