KITTENS FROM THE HOARDERS HOUSE
I will be allowed to take these kittens as soon as they have definite homes reserved ,they have all been rescued from the streets.
2 semi long haired red point females
I short haired red point male
I tabby point short haired male
1 semi long haired blue point male - now reserved xx
There are others available but as yet I have not received pictures of them.
PM me or email me - email@example.com - if you are able to give one a home but please DO NOT post home offers on the page as it can stop people considering them.
Donation asked towards their costs will be 170 GBP.
Donation includes blood tests.micro chip,rabies x2 ,full vaccinations x 2 incl.FELV, passport,neutering (if mature enough) worming ,export documentation and travel to the south of England
Meet LILIYA, LEYEV and LAEL ( Mother already reserved )
This little Russian Blue x litter and their mother were living in the bushes, under the imminent threat of death in a community ,most of whom didn't want cats anywhere near them - so I wish them a rat infestation !!
They are all safely with me now, they are approximately 4 months old, tested negative for FELV/FIV and will be ready to travel on our next trip. They are going through their ugly duckling stage at the moment but will be stunning adults,as all Russian Blues are - I am slightly bias though as I have had Russian Blues for ???? years - more than I will admit to !!
If you would like a blue baby in your life Please contact me on
Or TEL 0034 630 197 435 (anytime )
Or TEL 01732 317022 (my UK number in Spain - local UK charge )
A donation of £200 will be asked.
Donations include Blood tests.micro chip,rabies x 2 ,full vaccinations x 2 incl.FELV, passport,neutering (if mature enough )worming ,export documentation and travel to the south of England #russianblue#russianbluecats#rescuecat#upforadoption#needahome#kittensofinstagram#russianbluekitten#adoption#findahome#russianbluex#streetcats
Day 20 #creativesprint use negative space Combined with Day 293 of 365 days of making shacks! Prompt: Make something that is normally portable into something that isn't anymore. Squatters Shack! I walked around our extremely empty house and saw the negative space in between the legs of our sideboard buffet table. (Photo 2) I immediately thought it looked like a persons legs and the whole idea of a squatter shack came into view. Imagine not having a place to live. 😞In order for a squatter to actually own a home in our state it takes a 15 year uninterrupted process of living in/on someone else's property openly & visible w/out permission. Also known as Adverse Possession. Apparently this law was originally a Roman law. Wow!! ...I wouldn't want to be on either side of this law but can certainly see why it's necessary. I do however believe everyone should be able to own a home.
Shy Southern Belle.
Hey y’all, if you’re looking for a sweet southern girl, Maggie’s your kitty! Maggie came to Purrfect Pals all the way from Galveston, Texas when shelters there were emptied to make room for cats displaced by Hurricane Harvey in August. She was originally taken into the shelter in Texas earlier this summer with her newborn kittens. The family was placed in foster care, where 1 year-old Maggie raised her babies until they were old enough to be adopted on their own. Maggie has been through a lot of big changes in the past few months and is still pretty scared. She’s a charming, shy young girl who is just starting to come out of her cage and play. Obviously, she’s in need of an experienced cat person who has a little extra patience and a lot of love for a frightened, lovable girl who’s lived through some tough times. If this sounds like you, come meet Maggie at the Lynnwood Petsmart.
Desperately seeking your help!
Our vendors have sold and now we need to find them a new home
Ideally in Witherlea but would consider Redwoodtown.
Looking for 3+ Bedrooms , 2 Bathrooms (but would consider 1 if there is room to add a 2nd)
Good size section.
Cash buyers call me on 027 355 8117 if you think you can help. #needahome#help#sell#buy#harcourts
Brothers From a Different Mother.
Moses Hamilton is a handsome 9 year-old house panther who came to us in April with his BFF, Toby, a big 12 year-old orange and white fella. Moses was originally adopted from Purrfect Pals as a kitten and until this year he and Toby had been with the same family their entire lives. After a toddler and infant came into their world, the past few years were extremely difficult for Moses and Toby, who were truly unhappy. It was achingly hard to let them go, but their former folks hope the boys will ultimately be happier in a home without active young children. They felt giving them a chance at a quieter was the best thing they could do for the boys, so they brought them to Purrfect Pals.
Toby and Moses were confused at no longer being in their familiar home and didn’t do well in the shelter or store environment, so they were placed in a foster home. According to their foster mom, Moses is the quieter of the two brothers and once he is comfortable with a person, he is quite affectionate and has a loud purr. He's a big kitty with a soft, luxurious, shiny black coat. Moses loves the cat tree, enjoys getting his chin scratched and has some interest in toys. He is extremely curious about dogs. Toby is the more outgoing brother and is friendly, sweet and loves to play with a feather wand. Toby enjoys snuggling into kitty beds and is a big fan of catnip. He is calm, curious, playful and wants your attention. The two brothers have perfect litter box manners habits and are truly easy to care for.
Toby and Moses are closely bonded and can’t be separated. These wonderful boys are looking for an adult only home with someone who will be patient while they adjust, again, to a new environment. Like a lot of kitties, they find changes in their living arrangements distressing and will need time and TLC to become comfortable in a new home. If you are looking for a purrfect pair, want to be the world for a couple of fabulous senior boys, and are able to provide a stable forever home, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey there, are you looking for an experienced cuddle buddy? My name is Mickey and I am looking for a special person(s) to give me a new, forever home. My life-long, only family ever took me to a public shelter this summer because they couldn’t afford me. At 13 years old, I’m a calm, settled kitty, not at all like one of those crazy kittens who’ll keep you up at night and wreak mayhem on your house. Until I get to know you I’m a bit reserved (some might say shy) but I love to cuddle up next to my folks to nap and I can live with people of all ages. I pride myself on taking great care of my beautiful black and white fur and am happy to let you trim my nails. In my home I lived companionably with 2 other cats and a dog I used to nuzzle up to. I’m pretty cautious with cats I don’t know, but if you already have one and they’ll just let me be, we’d probably be able to coexist. Honestly, I’d be happy to spend my days lying in sunny puddles or watching the world from a sunny window. I have lived inside my whole life and sitting by an open screened window is all the outdoors I’m interested in! Okay, I have to be honest here - I have one vice, and it’s Temptations treats. As much as I LOVE them, I can control myself and wait patiently for you to give them to me. So, if you are looking for a calm, sweet kitty who would be a loyal companion, want to give a senior guy a great retirement home and like to snuggle, you’re my kind of person. Please come to the Everett PetSmart and let’s get started on our life together now!
Senior Girl Seeking Special Human.
Cocoa Bean was adopted from Purrfect Pals as a kitten and returned 12 years later when her mom lost her home. We know Cocoa had a wonderful home and human she loved, and is confused by the changes in her circumstances. Cocoa is having a very difficult time adjusting to losing her life-long home and living at the shelter. Unfortunately she is black, shy and a senior; three characteristics that make it especially difficult for a cat to attract an adopter. Hopefully, a special someone will read this and decide to give Cocoa the forever home she needs and deserves. Cocoa Bean is quite shy around people she doesn’t know and needs an understanding, cat-savvy adopter who is patient and willing to let her come around at her own pace. Once Cocoa gets settled and is comfortable with you, she is friendly and enjoys being petted (but not picked up). Cocoa lived with and loves big, easy-going dogs, but we’re not able to say how she’d do with little dogs. She doesn’t care at all for other cats and needs to be an only cat! Cocoa Bean needs a quiet, low stress home for her senior years. If you are looking for a calm, appreciative, sweet kitty who truly needs you, please come meet Cocoa Bean at the Everett PetSmart.