Below are some of our animals currently available for adoption
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We look forward to hearing from you!
Rosie is one sassy little lady!
Karly has been in foster care for some time now. We believe she is ready to step out in the big wide world and meet her new family. She is a cat that is ok with been picked up and enjoys pats but likes to do things on her terms. Once she meets that right family she will need reassurance that she will be loved.
Soft and sweet just like a pair of mittens. Get in touch with TAPT and maybe we can be friends.
Shazza is a little bit scared but she is an absolute sweetie! She will warm up to you, if you give it time!
This girl is shy and will need a patient home
This beautiful tabby girl might be a bit shy at the start but loves her rubs. Fine with other cats and kids but would prefer a quiet home. Wouldn't you?
Tabby Male 9 months. Hain is a real sweetheart... he has a real can do attitude and is a super friendly guy. Hain does have Pectus Excavatum but as he grows we are more and more aware of how his future could be. Right now he is fine, just eats from a high food bowl. To help with swallowing his food.
He plays and hoons around like any normal kid, and loves company. Would be wonderful with kids, or as a companion. Has been in-view of dogs but no direct contact.
I get a little jumpy with noise, but I'm learning to love and cuddle.
IIona & Hanne
2 beautiful little kitties with special needs. Both kittens have a mild case of Pectus Excavatum. A condition in which the breastbone sinks into the chest. Pectus excavatum is often noticeable shortly after birth and typically worsens during the adolescent growth spurt. It's more common in boys. It may be associated with genetic or connective tissue diseases.
Both have been vet checked and condition considered mild.
Both INCREDIBLY playful and very smootchy. Loving friendly babies... looking for an understanding home with lots of love!
More reserved than her siblings, a little more shy, was the runt of the litter but is absolutely beautiful. Likes cuddles, but not too much. Is a sweet girl, and with a loving family will be a loyal loving friend. Will need a quieter, more patient home.