Thursday, July 22, 2010

Stella, the Diva Kitty

Miss Stella went for a ride in the car today. She is the sweetest little kitty, and too pretty for words. These photos don't do her justice. She is still looking for her forever home. She is lovable, and enjoys being held. She will snuggle right into you, and purr in your ear. We think she might end up being someone's lap cat. She is so terrific that she truly deserves to find a family who will love her forever. She gives nothing but love, and should receive love in return.

Stella did very well in the car, and didn't get sick or scared. Miss Stella is a diva. She's fabulous, and she knows it! She likes showing off, playing with her sisters, and especially getting attention from her foster mom. A diva wants royal treatment! That's why she needs to be placed in a home where her people will love her, pamper her, and take care of her forever. If you need a smile on your face, or you need to laugh a little, Stella is the one for the job. Though she does well with other pets, we think she would greatly enjoy being the only pet--simply because she has to be the one who takes center stage! How can you resist such a cute little girl? If you'd like to adopt Stella, please contact us at or call her foster mom at 215-879-8645. Stella is waiting for you!

Friday, July 16, 2010

Little Ones

The little ones still need homes! They are all starting to develop great personalities. They need their own families, though. Please call us or e-mail us if you would like to open your home to one of our kittens. Or maybe you can take two! Our cute little girl pictured here has a sister who looks just like her. They pal around together, and would like to go to a home together if possible. If you can only take one, we will understand that as well. There is also a gray sister and a gray and white sister. Give these girls a chance. Their foster mom can't keep them, and they're too wonderful not to get families of their own. Please e-mail us at, or call 215-879-8645.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Kittens, Kittens, Everywhere!

Once again in this blog, we have to mention that we still have some kittens available for adoption. All of the kittens are girls. We discovered this information during their first vet visit. The kittens are now nine weeks old, and are in desperate need of loving homes. Though one of the C.A.R.E. volunteers is fostering the girls, she won't be able to do so for much longer. The cats all have great personalities, and they act like true kittens that love to explore,run, jump, and play. They are all very cute, and we just know they're going to grow up to be pretty girls. We just haven't been able to find special homes for our special girls.

We really try very hard to place pets with families who'll love them for life. Taking in a new pet, especially a puppy or a kitten, isn't about giving temporary love. When a person commits to being a pet owner, it's a commitment that the person makes for the pet's entire life. Sure, kittens and puppies are adorable. It's a great time for everyone. Watching them grow and watching the cute things that they do when they are little is something that people will never forget; however, kittens and puppies grow up and will need the same amount of love and attention when they become adults. If you want to adopt a kitten or a puppy from C.A.R.E. or another organization, make sure you're aware that you will need to be responsible for that animal for the rest of its life.

This year has been a very difficult one to place unwanted animals. As always, and because of the careless acts of people, there are too many homeless animals in the streets and in shelters. It's sad for us to think that our wonderful little kittens don't have homes yet--that no one can take them in. We ask that if you can provide a good home for any of our girls, that you please contact us immediately. These kittens need your help. If you spent just a few minutes with any of them, you'd be in love. Please do what you can. If you can't adopt one of these cats, simply pass on the information in this blog and ask someone you know who might be able to adopt. Please only ask responsible and caring pet owners.

You can e-mail us at, or call 215-879-8645. The pictures of the kittens appear in the previous post. Or you can click on the Petfinder link in this blog to see these kittens and all of our adoptable pets.