Adopted December 18th, 2010
Dexter and Daisy are two very special kittens. They are 4 months old and were rescued from a busy PFA feeding station in the core area where we continue to find kittens despite our best efforts to trap and sterilize all the stray cats in the area. Rescued at 12 weeks of age, they were nearly left behind as that is almost too old for socialization to be pets. But, we knew they'd have a hard time surviving the winter on their own, and that they'd had some human contact from a lady who fed them, so we nabbed them just before the first snow.
Fortunately, Daisy and Dexter rewarded our decision by being terrific foster kittens who adapted very quickly to a busy foster home with two young girls and multiple pets. They are both calm and laid back kittens that are easy to handle and very well behaved. Dexter allows the 3-year old to carry him around like a rag doll. Daisy loves to cuddle and purrs her appreciation. Both cats are learning to enjoy - and covet - human attention and recently reacted very well to being put on display at an adoption promotion at PetSmart. They are totally ready to find loving forever homes of their own.
Dexter is the little black guy with a touch of white on his chest. Daisy is the pretty tabby. Both cats are vaccinated and de-wormed. They can be adopted separately or together. For more information, please contact Alanna by email.
If adopting either of these kittens, it is a contractual agreement to have him/her spayed or neutered at the approximate age of 6 months.
Adoption fee: $40 ea
All adoption fees contribute towards veterinary care and other costs associated with People for Animals local rescues.