We can't believe this gorgeous cat was in a kill shelter on death row! Once we saw his photo we knew we had to save his life. Nico is 1-2 years old and a huge silver tabby Maine Coon mix. Add lovely green eyes, a big fluffy tail and cute white fur tipped paws and you've got yourself a knockout of a cat.
Nico has been completely vetted, microchipped and tested negative for Feline Leukemia and FIV. If you're looking for a chatty, playful, friendly companion, this boy is for you! Nico also fetches and loves to play with water out of the faucet-something that Maine Coon cats love to do.
“Moo Kitty Finds a Home”, the Mom's Choice Award winning book by Valerie Veltre, is the heartwarming tale of an adult cat who loses his home when his guardian passes away and is faced with the same real-life challenges that effect so many unwanted adult cats.
In honor of Adopt a Senior Pet Month, Moo Kitty and Kitten Associates have joined forces. The message of giving an adoptable adult cat a chance is not one to be taken lightly. Through the words of Ms. Veltre, penned for children, it's clear that adult cats have a lot to offer and should be treasured, not thrown away. That's why even though we don't have a shelter and taking on adults means we may have them for over a YEAR, Kitten Associates is determined to help all cats, regardless of their age or health issues.
During the month of November, for every purchase of Moo Kitty (at a special price of 20% off!), Kitten Associates will receive a $1.00 donation.
While that may not sound like a lot, $1.00 can buy cat food and in these trying times, every dollar matters.
With the Holidays upon us, we hope you'll consider purchasing a copy or two of this beautifully illustrated story for the children in your family or for your local school's library or donate a copy to a rescue group. Our senior cats deserve a loving home and Moo Kitty helps remind us of that.
Use Coupon Code: SENIOR12 to get your discount. Purchase Moo Kitty HERE.
Our power and internet services are back! We're very glad to have heat and so are our foster kittens. Thank you for your patience. We'll get back to answering emails and reviewing applications starting today.
Please note that we're due for a Nor'Easter on Weds-Thurs and we fear we may lose power again. We'll do our best to stay in touch with any applicants and, of course, make sure our foster kitties get the care they need.
There are many displaced cats due to Hurricane Sandy's impact and many shelters and rescue groups, like ours, are in dire need of GOOD HOMES for our kittens to make room to help more cats in need. Adoptions have dropped off since the storm so if you want to help, ADOPT a cat or kitten!