CAT TOWN — We are proud to announce that five members of this year's Forgotten Kitten Project are available for adoption!
These kittens were on the shy side when they arrived at Cat Town in July. They didn't have much human interaction in their early, formative weeks. Cat Town's specially trained volunteers and staff worked with them daily, building trust and learning their personalities.
Today we are happy to report they are ready to find their human matches. Could it be you?
Meet the adoptable kittens
Oak (left) and Leaf love cuddling. They are 4-month-old girls.
Leaf, the fluffy, dilute tortie shown above, was the subject of a previous Kitten Wire post when she made her big breakthroughs. With her tufts of fur sticking out of her ears and penchant for belly rubs, she is a volunteer favorite. Since she remains on the shyer side, we think she'd do best if she went home with one of her more confident sisters, Oak or Apen (below).
Little blue eyes
Aspen, littermate with Leaf and Oak, is a Lynx Point Siamese cat who loves laps and play time with her sisters. She is 4-months-old.
Sheila (top) and Jennifer have been stealing hearts — and plenty of treats. They are playful and outgoing at 4-months-old.
You may remember Jennifer and Sheila, shown above, from a recent dispatch on the tortie takeover happening at the Cat Town Studios. They have continued to charm visitors and show their true selves (and their true selves are quite energetic!)
We believe the kittens will do best adopted in pairs — or trios! — or, in some cases, in a home where there is a already a confident cat ready to make a new friend. To find out more about these shining stars of our Forgotten Kitten Project, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or book a visit to come see these and all of our adoptable cats and kittens by following the link below.
Cat Town is working to help other rescues across the country replicate our work with Forgotten Kittens thanks to a generous grant from Maddie’s Fund. First visit to the Cat Town blog? Learn more about our Forgotten Kitten Project in our regular Kitten Wire dispatches.