We're thrilled, honored and delighted to let you know that our program, Kitties for Kids, has been featured in the December 2013 issue of Cat Fancy magazine, a national publication. This 4-page spread is thoughtfully written by Kellie Gormly and features photos from our special program designed to help heal wounded hearts here in Newtown, CT.
If you'd like to purchase a copy of the December 2013 issue of Cat Fancy, check your local retailers right now or visit Cat Fancy online. Be sure to check out their Cat Channel which has loads of helpful information about cats, their health and behavior issues. Oh, and don't forget to LIKE them on Facebook!
Kitten Associates has just been invited to attend the Howl-O-Ween Spectacular at Choice Pet Supply on Saturday, October 26th from 11am to 3pm. Not only will some of the foster kittens be in attendance, but there will also be fun events for the whole family!
There will be Face Painting, a Costume Contest, FREE Cider and Donuts, but hopefully only friendly ghosts and goblins!
We hope you'll stop by to learn about all the kitties in our program who are looking for their forever homes or just come over to say hello! See you Saturday!
One of our goals is to help local cats in need, but this time we just had to go beyond our borders and rescue six precious lives. These 8-week old orange (okay, one is buff colored) tabby kittens have been nicknamed the Clementines. These babies were going to be euthanized because the rural Kentucky shelter they were was overcrowded and had no choice unless a rescue could step forward.
We offered to grant a rescue group $200 to help with their care, hoping someone would step up, but a few days passed and time was "up." We decided that because we were blessed by having a new foster home open up that we could take this family on so we made arrangements to rescue this family.
A few days ago we picked up the kittens. They were covered in fleas. When we got them home at 1am, we noticed that two had eye infections so the next day we took them to the vet for a check up.
The kittens are getting the care they need, but because they're underweight we couldn't treat their fleas, other than by giving them a bath. We think the warm water really soothed them because they all fell asleep after getting cleaned up. They're eating well and playing. In a few days we'll have our Squee-TV 24/7 web cam set up in their room so you can watch their antics any time. Watch for a link on our web site or on our Facebook page.
As with any rescue, we always appreciate donations of food, toys, litter or gift cards to keep the kittens happy. If you'd like to help, please visit our Amazon.com Wishlist or click the icon to the right and you can purchase whatever fits your budget or to make a donation to the Clementines you can click on the "DONATE" tab above or mail a check made out to "Kitten Associates" and send it to, P.O. Box 354, Newtown, CT 06470-0354.