Teddy came from a home with over 13 cats. He could not get individual attention or care from his owner. He loves to be babied and carried around. He will be ready for adoption 6/30. We ae taking applications now,
Pandora's Story: Pandora was rescued from a home where there was abuse. Her fur was shaved off, but is growing back. Despite coming from a home where she was not given the treatment she deserved she is still social and friendly to people.
Their Story: These boys lived their first 6 years peacefully with their owner until he died in November. There was no family member who could take them and they have been living together in foster care since then. They are friendly, loving easy going low maintenance cats lookin for a caring home together.
Sno Man's Story: Sno was found in early January trapped beneath the snow under an enclosed porch. His rescuer dug him out of the snow and brought him home, but was unable to keep him and reached out to us. We picked him up and brought him to our vet that same day. He was vaccinated and other than being skinny, seemed fine. A week later he went to get neutered. He was examined and seemed fine. When he returned from his surgery he appeared to be breathing funny, gasping. The vet was contacted and nothing was noted on pre surgical exam, maybe it was stress. It was suggested that he be brought to our regular vet. He was and for a week was treated with anti biotics. At the follow up an xray showed all of his abdominal contents were in his chest cavity compressing his lungs. After a very expensive surgery funded by caring donors Sno Man will go on to live a normal life...now he needs a wonderful forever home!!
A sweet, friendly, female kitten. We are accepting applications for her now. Ruby was rescued from a boarding situation. She was in a home with 50 other cats and had a mild upper respiratory infection, but is fine now and will become avaiable for adoption soon. Put in your application today! She will be ready fo for adoption on 6/30.
Tigra's Story: Tigra lived outside with her feral mother Ivy and 2 littermates. They lived near a waterfront store property in Staten Island. The store owner fed and allowed some concerned women feed the family on his property. The store owner died the new property manager did not want the cats there and was complaining about them and the women feeding them. The feeders/caretakers trapped Tigra, Ivy and the 2 other kittens and asked if we could help.
Tigra's littermates Rebel and Skye have both been adopted, and are doing well, becoming social and adjusting to life indoors, Ivy will be staying on permanently at Mama Chris as she has lived outside 3 to 4 years and is not a friendly. Now Tigra is in search of her forever home. She is sweet and docile and with the right adopter (another friendly cat is a must) will become super friendly like her littermates. She does not hide, she is out and about, and interested in the goings on. She does shy away from being pet or handled, but this can be overcome with continued work. She looks like a little wildcat..like a bobcat hybrid. So if you want a little wild cat who isn't really wild...
A friendly 8-week-old female.
Zeny was found abandoned at 2 weeks and was bottle fed until recently when she started eating food on her own.
Her best friend is Haircut another bottle baby she was raised with. They would make good pair.
Zeny is a friendly and playful purr machime.
Lindsey is a sweet 6 pound little girl. She would love to fall asleep on your lap and curl up at the foot of your bed.