So much activity!

The kittens are posted. I am really, REALLY hoping they can get adopted together. I’ve even sent messages to the adoption counsellors.



The word online is that it’s a really tough summer for adoptions for some reason. No wonder we’re so full. HOWEVER …

Bella has been adopted!!!! Her new people are lovely; a couple and their teenage children. Bella will mostly be for the mom, Veronica. But Veronica’s husband — a lifelong cat person — needed to be won over. Bella couldn’t manage coming out to say hello, but he (Adam? I’m so bad with names!) spent quite a bit of time under the desk with her and was impressed at the progress he could make in a short time! She took treats from his fingers (!!!!) and allowed quite a bit of petting. They aren’t taking her home for a couple of weeks. They felt that out-of-town visitors next week and a weekend away after that would be too stressful — rightly so. So I’ll keep her and continue to work with her until they’re ready to welcome her home.

And Raksha has a meet & greet coming up! Not scheduled yet — the potential adopter is away for the weekend — but she’s keen and has been looking for a while. She has a cat already and hopes Raksha will be a good match. She will; she gets along with everyone! Fingers crossed!

But that will still leave me at capacity. Since Bella put me over and Baloo will still be here. I was promised a spot at our biggest partner store for Raksha & Baloo; lots of volunteers to help with their socialization. I hope it opens soon for little Baloo. She’s VERY slowly getting better but she could really use extra help.

I hope the little ones will go quickly — we have a LOT of kittens available. Heh … he almost left with Bella’s people. He shamelessly threw himself at them and Adam(?) really wanted him. But Veronica was adamant; NO kittens. 😉


About Adventures in Cat Fostering

I am a cat fosterer for Toronto Cat Rescue. I also have two cats of my own, Jonesy, the black and white, and Murphy, the brown tabby, in the photo. Both were adopted from Toronto Cat Rescue.
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5 Responses to So much activity!

  1. Connie says:

    Congratulations to Bella’s new people. And don’t worry about names, you can always just make them up because we won’t know, and if someone who does know calls you on it you can always say you changed the names to protect them 🙂

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  2. That’s great about Bella! I hope it works out for Raksha. Crossing my fingers for the kittens to be adopted together.


  3. Tita says:

    I know how are it is when you are determined to have them adopted together — I ended up PAYING for one of my last foster kittens cuz the adopting family only could afford one and these two kittens were so bonded. But for $175, I know they’ll be together forever!


  4. tarnegolita says:

    I always get fathers with kids looking for rabbits and also the rescue kittens we had! It’s always the mums that are not sure about the whole thing! Which is really interesting, because for me and my friends it’s the other way around! 😄

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