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I just wanted to give you an update on Pewter.
He has adjusted very well. He is playful,energetic and happy. Very social cat! He follows us around all the time and actually sleeps ON my chest at night. He is getting along very well with the other cat and they are buddies now.
He is so elegant, everybody loves him.
Inky is very happy in her new home! She loves her big "sister" Isis (our other cat), she is playful and extremely sweet! Our days are brighter because of her. Funniest thing she does is every night we put a small pillow on one of our laps, she climbs up and falls fast asleep for about an hour, it's the cutest thing! Thank you for allowing us to give her a happy home, really she made our home happier!
Inky's (June's) daddy is a photographer, here's one of the photos from her special photo shoot we had about a week ago. Enjoy!
|Just wanted to say "Thank you" and "Happy New Year"! We adopted "Mittens" (formerly "Amy") from Putnam Felines last December and she is a joy. A year old now, she still plays like a kitten. She is so sweet and gentle and makes herself at home all over the house. We love this kooky six toed tortie!"|
|Mac (now called Oberon) is settling into his new home very nicely! He's getting all the cuddles he can handle, and recently figured out that playing with jingly toys on the stairs is super-fun!|
|This is "Lucky". I rescued him & his siblings when his Mommy gave birth at a landscape supply yard. He was beaten up as a Kitten by another animal and had cuts all over his belly. He was only 6 weeks old. He became a member of Putnam Felines (as did I)...But I ended up adopting him...Ignorant people say he is "Wild" or "Feral".... This cat sleeps with his head under my chin and is in love with my children..!!! In Fact, ALL 5 of my cats have come from this same dirt yard and all 5 of my cats are AMAZING..!!! Check out Putnam Felines for Kittens/Cats for Adoption that need a loving home...!!!|
|This is Sammy. I think he's looking quite content in his new home. Thank you to Sammy's family for letting us post his picture.|
|Jimmy's adopted family is sharing a slide show with us. Jimmy looks very happy. Thank your for sharing Jimmy's photo's with us.|
Just want to thank you again for Spartan (Oliver). As he sits on my lap right now, purring so loud I can barely hear myself type... I remember how lucky I have to have so many wonderful animals who love me so much. Thanks so much, for adding to our family. He is just wonderful... and is fitting in well.
Meet Pudgy Hartnett. He was living on a friends porch for a few years and she begged me to take him in. My cat just died two months before and I really didn't want another cat. I wasn't ready. She persisted. The rest is history. Pudgy was probably born in Carmel, NY, moved to my home in Brewster, NY and within 3 years, the three of us moved to Williamsburg, Va. He's made a nice adjustment but his roaming days are over...he's become an indoor cat but loves laying in the sun on our deck. My husband gave him the name - can you guess why?
PF was contacted after a homeowner was bitten trying to get him out of the garage. PF took Jaws to the vet and monitored him for two weeks as required by the health department. It turns out that he was in good health – he was spayed, but unfortunately, Jaws was too feral to be adopted, he needed to be relocated. PF asked if I would consider working with him to acclimated him to new location. I followed the recommendations on acclimating a feral to a new location, and it worked perfectly. Jaws is part of my colony of eight. He is very connected to one of the other cats name Daddy.
Two years ago, one of the female cats in my area was again pregnant, she had about three kittens but it seemed only one survived. I was finally able to catch the kitten. I called PF and she was taken to the vet for examination. It turned out that Puppy was about five months old. However, the very sad thing was the Puppy only weighted one pound. She had an upper respiratory infection and it was not clear if she would be ok. Puppy made a full recovery and now weights 10 lbs. and lives inside with three other INDOOR ONLY cats. Thanks to PF I was able to finally get Puppy to perfect health. She is so cool. (Puppy's mom was trapped and is now spayed.)
Taffy enjoying a little Facebook time.