Tigger and Bat Girl - adopted!

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Home:Upstate, SC  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 5 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 3 lbs.

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Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

March 22nd 2011



Arrival Story:
My neighbor Sandra found them tucked away in a cardboard box outside of a store. They were the size of plum tomatoes, still blind and deaf. Sandra called her friend Crystal, who is also our pet sitter. Crystal syringe-fed them every two hours until exhaustion overtook her. Next another Good Samaritan took over and bottle-fed them every three hours and taught them how to take care of themselves. It took an incredible amount of effort to keep these little babies alive. After they were spayed & neutered, they needed a place to stay so Crystal talked me into fostering them. The 2 silver tabbies went to a good home the next day. Tigger found a good home much later, at 3 1/2 months old. BatGirl went to live with Sandra and her family rather than be alone, and is still looking for her furever home.

This brother & sister are very friendly, since they were bottle-raised by several foster owners. They seek out people, and purr like little motorboats. They're also lots of fun to watch when they play together! They're spayed & neutered, wormed, tested negative for FIV/FELV, and up-to-date on shots. Adoption is handled by Concerned Citizens for Animals - application, contract and donation required.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

I've Been On Catster Since:
February 12th 2010 More than 6 years!

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Bat Girl Adopted!

August 18th 2011 4:24 pm
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Foster Mom here, with exciting news - Bat Girl has flown the nest to her forever home! Break out the catnip, time to celebrate!!!

The wonderful kitty mom who found the babies did indeed decide to keep 'Batty'. She's now the youngest of 4 cats, in a loving home with lots of attention from mom and dad. And they live in my neighborhood so I may see her again soon.

My foster room is empty for a while, but keep an eye on this page for the adventures of future fosterlings.


Tigger Adopted! BatGirl Next!

July 24th 2011 4:09 pm
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Hi Kitties and Humans,

This is foster mom. I'm writing to let you know the great news, Tigger has gone to a wonderful, loving forever home! A couple with two cats (who they say are their children) came in to Petsmart last Sunday and said "this is the one!" By Tues evening Tigger was checking out his new digs and lovin on his new parents. Oh, and guess what they named him? Oscar! :)

Several of us volunteers worried about BatGirl being by herself in my foster basement, so on Wed. afternoon she went to go live with the wonderful foster mom who rescued the litter when they were tiny. "Batty" has the run of the house, and is slowly adjusting to four older kitties (and they to her, she has lots of cattitude!) I'm still taking her to Petsmart on Sundays for now, but I'm not sure how long that will go on, they are quite attached to her.

We hated to split them up, and I can tell they miss each other. But we couldn't pass up such a great home for Tigger, and hope that things work out for Batty - she now has a great foster home with lots of attention that could turn into a forever home. They both seem very happy now.

I'm taking a break from fostering for a month or two, so I can take care of some other tasks for the rescue group. Soon, though, there will be more foster kitties moving in for you to meet.

-Foster mom


Introducing: Tigger

June 19th 2011 7:08 am
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Hi, I'm Tigger...they also call me Lil' Dude. I'm not sure why, since I'm the biggest of my litter. That's a good thing, because my sister BatGirl needs to be put in her place once in a while by a big brother! :) Really, though, we get along well with each other.

I also have the loudest purr, I am pretty laid-back as far as kittens go anyway. I love to be held by my foster people, and climb on the big cat tree we have here. They gave us a box to play in, that is really fun too.

Well, I gotta go now, we're going to PetSmart today to look for furever homes!


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