Friday, May 1, 2009

Kittens!

Calling all tenderhearts...and you know who you are...

Meet Numue (the tortoise girl) and Nubbins (the tabby boy). They are a brother and sister who at 2-3 months old are in need of a loving home.Their fairy godmother is a softie, not unlike myself, and is trying her best to get the stray cat population under control in her neighborhood through TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release). Unfortunately, Numue and Nubbins mom happened to slip through the cracks and now these two little fuzzy balls of love need homes. They're currently living in Brooklyn (cause they're super cool little kitties) but I'm sure they wouldn't mind relocating to the burbs providing that it meant a house filled with love (and food). It'd also be nice for them if they could stay together. They're best friends and would miss each other terribly if they had to be apart.

Speaking of their fairy godmother, she's also got three more kittens coming up for adoption soon who are from a different mom 2 light grey tabbies and one regular darker grey/black tabby. They are about a month younger than these two.

Shoot, they are so ridiculously cute I'd take them myself if we didn't already have our five (you can read about how we got them by clicking here).

Please contact me if you interested and I'll put you in touch.
The ASPCA endorses Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) as the only proven humane and effective method to manage feral cat colonies. For more information including background on TNR, online and print resources, and what you can do to get involved in your community click here.

3 comments:

Dobbygirl said...

What sweet babies! I hope they find a wonderful home!

Anonymous said...

Hey will you post nekid pictures of yourself? I think the traffic would spike like hell. Give me a heads up, thanks....

The What (I could not resist)

Someday this war is gonna end...

The TownhouseLady said...

Jeez, I haven't posted enough "pussy pics" for your liking already?

You're twisted The What, funny, but twisted. Quit playing though, we need to get these two into homes.

Talk to you Monday.