Parker was rescued by Forgotten Felines of Huntsville volunteer Lauren; he’d been discarded in a parking lot in Tennessee like so much garbage, due likely to the fact that he had a hernia that required surgery. He was just 10 weeks old. With lots of love and care, he recovered and became a sweet, friendly, playful kitten.
And then he developed FIP. (You may remember that our sweet foster Ian passed away from FIP earlier this year.) The only treatment for FIP is an expensive antiviral, and this is where help is needed. If you can possibly donate to help fund Parker’s FIP treatment, please either click on his picture up there or on this link right here to see his GoFundMe. Every little bit helps, of course, and if you can please share the GoFundMe, I’d appreciate it so much.
Your good thoughts for Parker are also always, always appreciated. ❤❤❤
Of all our permanent residents, Jake is the only one who actively seeks out the company of his siblings and will snuggle up to them. They always tolerate him pretty well (until they don’t, in which case a smack gets Jake moving along to another permanent resident.) Charlie’s face in this picture makes me think there’s a smack with Jake’s name on it in the near future.
Everyone else is napping, but Nacho’s just not all that tired. (Also, she needed a BOOP or two.)
It’s play time for the Cookie girls. (That track toy is VERY interesting to them. Imagine how excited they’ll be when they get to the foster room and see the other track toy!)
Still available for adoption are sisters Francesca (left) and Nacho (right.) They are just over 5 months old, and once their mother goes home in a few days, they will be heading to Petsmart to see if that’s where their people are hanging out since apparently they’re not hanging out on social media.
I can’t get the kittens to jump for toys any more (I guess they find it boring?), and Francesca keeps mama clean.
The Cookie Girls purr, purr, purrrr. These sweet snuggly girls are just the SWEETEST.
Kim still loves to play, in case you wondered!
Poor Nacho – the slow sneak to the milk bar gets her NOWHERE, but that doesn’t stop her from giving it the ol’ college try.
A little jumping, a little running, all in slow motion. (I love seeing Frannie run in slow motion.)
2022: No entry.
2021: No entry.
2020: Presented without comment.
2019: “Cleaning rag on the kitchen island? Don’t mind if I do!”
2017: I feel like I’ve interrupted something.
2016: No entry.
2015: Stevie illustrates how best to take pictures of your belly with the Cat Selfie app.
2014: When it comes to the cats, Fred is 100% Aurora Greenway.
2013: “LADY YOU GOTTA SIT DOWN. I NEED SOME LAP TIME.”
2012: Also, so you don’t have to go without your kitteh fix, here I am getting my very first kitten for my (I think) sixth birthday, so it was mumblety-mumble years ago.
2011: No entry.
2010: No entry.
2009: She’s all ::sniffsniffsniff:: “HI TOMMY!” and he’s all “Yeah, whatever, runt.”
2008: No entry.
2007: Naturally, Mister Boogers heard us talking to them, and came up to be a jerk.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.