Part of the reason why I have been so busy as of late. Fostering cats and kits also means photographing and writing up little bios for each one of them. While I was working on getting all of it out to the volunteer marketing people (shout out to lady named Mary Lou for getting these guys up on PetFinder.com and Adopt-a-Pet.com) I figured why not post them here too, just for fun?

20181029_065309 Crystal– One-year-old female, solid white with gold eyes, spayed and up-to-date on all vaccinations, including rabies. Crystal is a friendly little Canton girl. She loves to be petted and talked to but is a little diva when it comes to other kitties. She would prefer to be in a one-cat, or possibly two-cat household if she can have plenty of indoor space and humans all to herself.

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Crystal looking for her forever home through Forever Friends Foundation Northeast Ohio

bai-2.jpg Bai– four-month old male, solid white with a dash and dot of black on his head, neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations including rabies. Bai is a complicated fellow, being both playful and out-going but also having a calm and laid back demeanor. He loves to play, especially wrestling with his brothers and sister. Being very social Bai would prefer to have a playmate near his own age. Come meet Bai at the PetCo in Macedonia Ohio.

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Bai looking for his forever home through Forever Friends Foundation Northeast Ohio, at PetCo in Macedonia Ohio

Bo (2) Bo– four-month old male, solid white with a dash and dot of light gray on his head, neutered and up to-date on vaccinations including rabies. Bo is another rough-and-tumble boy who loves to play with his brothers and sister. He likes to climb and get into tight spaces and would likely do best with a playmate near his own age. Of all of his siblings Bo wrestles most with Bai but seems to have a special bond with sister Yin. Come meet Bo at the PetCo in Macedonia Ohio.

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Bo looking for his forever home through Forever Friends Foundation Northeast Ohio, at PetCo in Macedonia Ohio

Chang and Yang– Four-month old males, solid black, neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations including rabies, these two are both feisty and love to play, and love to eat, and are not shy about grabbing a human by the leg while waiting for food or when wanting to play. They also love to snuggle and will snuggle people or cats alike. They have two speeds: racing and zonked out. They would be a good fit for adoption together (Yang on the left, Chang on the right).

Yin 3 Yin– Four-month old female, solid white with a single dash of light gray on her head, Yin is a dainty little girl. She is smaller than her brothers but seldom runs from a good wrestling match. She is shy and reserved but is also very inquisitive. She likes to follow and study others with a very serious look but also loves to snuggle up and be petted once you have gained her trust. She is closest to big brother Bo. Come meet Yin at the PetCo in Macedonia Ohio.

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Yin looking for her forever home through Forever Friends Foundation Northeast Ohio, at PetCo in Macedonia Ohio

20181128_110836 Pharaoh and Prince– Three-month old males, solid black Pharaoh and orange tabby Prince are from the W. 105th neighborhood in Cleveland. Born to a feral group of cats endangered by local children, Pharaoh was trapped with others from his colony for Tag, Neuter, Release (TNR), but it was soon realized by his rescuer that he was willing to trade in his feral ways for  loving human companionship. Pharaoh was sent to foster where he loves to play, especially with toys which he had never previously seen before. He also loves to be held, petted and talked to.

Three weeks later, brother Prince was also captured  and sent to foster though he is feral and does not like to be touched by humans. Prince is extremely attached to Pharaoh and should not be parted from his brother. Any chance that Prince may have of ever learning to love and trust humans will likely come in part through his brother’s presence.

This pair may not be good with children given the circumstances of their rescue from a neighborhood where children were known to be harming kittens. [Note: Pharaoh and Prince are a bonded pair but Prince is not adoptable due to being feral. They are not currently up for adoption and will remain with me].

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Bonded pair, friendly Pharaoh (above photo), feral Prince; “foster fails”.

For more information and adoption applications see:

Petfinder.com

Adopt-a-Pet.com

Forever Friends Foundation.org

Forever Friends Foundation cats and kittens on Petfinder.com