Saturday, June 6, 2015

This precious kitty is KiKi. She is a two-year old Himalayan girl who has gone from a hoarder situation to a home of neglect - as you can see from her picture. (her eyes are actually blue) Pretty much most of her body looks like this. I rescued her today and took her to our vet, who said she seems to be in good health except for this horrible skin condition. She had been basically living in a litter box, eating litter, for a month. When she is all healed, emotionally and physically,we will hopefully rehome her. If you would like to sponsor KiKi, or foster her, please email me at thelittlecats@gmail.com She will need to be spayed and vaccinated. Today's bill was $102. Thank you for caring. No cat deserves to live like this, and no cat deserves to be killed because of this. You could use our Paypal link on the side of the page, or mail to our address.  


Tuesday, April 28, 2015

 The Little Cats' Rescue is STILL HERE! We lost our webmaster, and our founder (me - RaeAnna) hasn't had the time to work on our website.  Since we no longer have our commercial adoption site, you will be able to meet your potential new best friend un-caged in this homey setting!
  
We sure could use some volunteers to help keep their home spiffy and the cats entertained!  Give us a call if you are interested in helping in any way!  (727) 359-9629

Above:  Relaxing on the back porch in the glorious sunshine.

To the right:  Cuddling together in the front room.

All of our cats have come from dire circumstances.  Some from "death row" at an animal control, or from the street, or just dumped off here at our doorstep.

Everyone is spayed or neutered, tested for FIV/FeLV, vaccinated, and socialized.  Our cats range in ages from 10 months - 14 years.  We have some difficult cats (various issues), some pairs of cats who must stay together, and some that need to be an only pet.  Our cats live side-by-side with our cat-loving rescued dog, a 66 lb. Pit mix named Ty.



If you would love to adopt a new friend, but are unable to - please consider SPONSORING one! Every cat we have rescued has been promised a forever home here at the Sanctuary if no adoption is found for them.  We do have some "lifers" that are unadoptable for various reasons.  They need your support!

We exist solely on donations and are a 501(c)3 non-profit.   As such, all of your donations are tax-dedictible, and 100% of your donations go to the care and housing of these precious ones.  TLCR has never had any paid staff.  We survive solely on donations - and we cannot do it alone.



Watching and waiting - for new food, of course!


Thursday, August 21, 2014

Update on Chewie!

He is doing extremely well!  Chewie eats Natural Balance canned and dry food now, and hasn't had a problem in over a month. He is slowly (the best way) putting on weight. Chewie is really blossoming into a wonderful cat!  The remaining vet balance for Chewie is $225. We would be so grateful if you would help us pay this down, so other cats can have their turn!  
Upon his return in April.  Chewie was emaciated, unable to hold down his food, and in a lot of pain.  He wanted nothing to do with anyone - feline, canine, or human. 
Today I caught Chewie napping on his favorite blankie!  He has blossomed into a cat and dog-friendly, loving lap cat, who is VERY talkative!  His favorite word:   "Hello?"  Over and over again! Chewie is so smart!  When he cannot find RaeAnna - she hears his "hello" and says, "Here I am!" He always finds his foster mom and leads her to his private feeding room for his special food, or sits next to her when he wants some loving as they watch the ballgame!



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