The first few days I had Kipper, everytime someone met him all they could comment on was how 'ugly' 'weird' or 'sick' he looked. I even joked about him being the ugliest kitten ever. He sure was a piece of work in the beginning. He was definately the ugly duckling of my batch... BUT, I knew someday he would be a beautiful swan ;)
And beautiful he is!
and he KNOWS it! =)
Not only does he look like a normal kitten, he has spunk like any other kitten too!
There was a lot of focus on Kisses while she was here, and although I can totally understand why, I would like to formally introduce you to the 5 kittens that are currently here. I'm sure most of you know Kipper, but were you all aware that I have 4 others!?? Crazy huh.
By the way Kipper is amazing and plumping more each day! He has gone from a mere 10 ounces to his weight now of 1 pound 4 ounces! I am so proud of him. He's so happy to meet the other kittens and have friends to torture..err play with. ;-)
As for the others. There are only 2 that are official siblings. Those are...
Cherry (orange tabby) and Mackenzie (tortie)
Then we have two little ones that came in the same day that I thought should be best buds since they were all alone. These two are...
And of course, last but not least is the wonderful Kipper!
Kisses' new mommy emailed me to let me know how she has done in in her new home. She is doing GREAT! She has settled in and run around the house like the confident kitty she always was. She met her new doggie friend and fellow kitties. Her family was hoping she would be buds with the doggie since he adores kitties and the others in the home aren't too interested in him. And of course, she didn't disappoint! She immediately ran up to him and played with his tail =) I knew she would make some family so happy. i am eager to hear more about how she does as she grows. You're such a dazzling little girl Kisses!! I love you!
This blog feautures homeless pets being fostered for The Humane Society of Tacoma & Pierce County. This is a 'high-volume' shelter that is often overloaded with homeless animals in need of foster homes to care for them until they are happy, healthy and ready to find a home. Just 2 weeks out of the shelter can give some cats a 2nd chance. Here you can follow these animals on their journey to a forever home.
If interested in adopting one of the animals you see here please email BABYDOLL6387@YAHOO.COM with some information about yourself.
If you are in or near Pierce County and would like information on how to become a foster parent please visit our shelter @ 2608 Center Street in Tacoma,WA or call 253-383-2733
Until they ALL have homes...