Shun has a sister named Bo. They were former feral kittens before their rescue. When I saw the two babies, I thought Bo was a male and Shun was female because Bo is a ginger cat (this color is much more common in males than females) and she was bigger and braver than the little Shun. Read Full Story »
When Romeo the cat came to his new family, Daniele Pieroni knew that he was very special. Romeo has a quirky personality. He loves to hide underneath the blanket, desk or bed. Sometimes he jumps out of nowhere from his hiding spot as if he’s about to attack. He’d make a great hunter.
Update: Joy turned out to be a little boy . He is now Scooter.
This lovely fur ball was abandoned on Terry’s porch steps 9 days ago. “I assume it belongs to a feral cat that comes by often to play with Franklin (the cat) and get a free meal.” Terry was not sure if he was ready for feedings every 2 hours as he did for other rescued kittens, but he was “determined to give it a fighting chance at survival.”
Sprite and Pixel found their parents through an adoption event. Both of them are ginger tabby kittens who love to perch on their parents laps.
“When we were picking up the kittens, we decided against getting one of the various cat furniture things, but after we played with them and saw how much they liked to climb on us and perch on our laps, we decided to go back out and buy a little “treehouse” type thing with some built-in rope scratching posts.”
The minute I saw Toji, I knew I wanted him. In November, 2004 Toji came to live with us and (at the time) our two cats, Goku and Lua. Goku was very curious about the new guy and in a short time they became good friends. Toji was about three months old and he was fascinated with Lua, and always tried to get her attention. He was very affectionate with Chihiro, Bo and Shun when they were babies.