Vancouver Island, BC Current: Amelia, Penelope, Violet 💜 Fosterfails Milo 🐾 Mia 💕 Fostermom @kristibellis firstname.lastname@example.org
Mama and babies are doing so well. Their caregiver said she actually touched mamas head today, and she licked food off her finger. Amazing progress. It's becoming obvious that this girl is not feral, and is more likely an abandoned pet. We are very hopeful with time, patience and love she will come around.
The babies are plump and healthy and their eyes are opening. I miss them so much. I'm hopeful they'll come back to us soon ❤
For those of you who were asking how to tell my resident cats apart, here's a little video tutorial. Even though they look like siblings they are not related. Milo was my very first foster kitten and Mia was my third. They're only about three months apart in age.
My profile picture is Mia when she was a baby. I think it was partly her nose blotch that won me over. Foster dad nicknamed her smudge 😂
These girls are little angels. They really are the best behaved kittens I've ever fostered. They play so nicely in the big house, no curtain climbing or scratching furniture or getting into mischief in places they're not supposed to be. They don't climb my legs or cover me in scratches. When it's bedtime they go back into the foster room and stay there quietly until I come get them. They have perfect litter box habits and they eat well. And the best part is they're so incredibly affectionate and sweet. These girls are going to make their new family so happy.
They will be ready for adoption in early June. You must live locally (Vancouver Island) to adopt. My rescue does not do pre-adoptions or waiting lists. So you must be present on the day that I deliver them to the adoption location. I will announce where that is closer to the date.