Saturday, February 27, 2010

Three Kitties Looking For Homes

These three cuties have been with us since the end of August, when they just "appeared" out of no where. (I'm sure they had some help in that department.) We think they were around 2 months old then, so would be about 8 months old now.

This is Hope. We were hoping she was a boy, and are now hoping for a safe & warm indoor home for her. Hence the name. She really hates walking through the snow, but insists on following when I go outside in it. She isn't much for being held right now, but loves to be petted and sits next to you for attention. She has been spayed and is up-to-date on her shots.

This is Google, Hope's brother. He is also looking for a warm indoor home. He looks like he's winking here because he had a mild eye infection. A few days of an antibiotic ointment and he's good as new. He will put up with being held for a few minutes, but much prefers to sit next to you and be loved. Google is neutered and up-to-date on his shots.

And this little beauty is the other brother, Yahoo. He is different from his siblings in that he loves to be held. This is the most loving little guy. He even will ride on your shoulder, which he did a lot when it snowed, and he wanted to be with me in the yard. He is also neutered, up-to-date on his shots and looking for a warm indoor home.

I'd love it if these three could stay together, but I also know that's near impossible. I will be satisfied when they find good furever homes where they can be loved and give love in return. They are very loving little kittens and are available for adoption for a small donation to Mitchell County Animal Rescue here in Spruce Pine. (They helped get the boys neutered and even gave food when it was needed.)

I would keep these guys myself, but already have 4 indoor kitties of my own. There just isn't enough room. I am doing the best I can with them, making sure they have lots of human contact, plenty of food, good shelter. I was afraid at first that I wouldn't be able to prepare them to be good pets for someone. I knew I had done good when each one of them, at different times, looked up at me, then bumped their forehead to mine. That means a lot coming from a cat.

Drop an email ( or give us a call (828-467-2207), and we can set up a time for you to meet these guys. They will win your heart, if they haven't already.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Chamber of Commerce Membership

Well, so much time has passed. We still have those three adorable kittens in residence here, and are still looking for good homes for them. I will post pictures and info on them later.

As of last week, Tri-County Critter Sitters is now a member of the Mitchell County Chamber of Commerce, and we are listed in their directory. I know this will help us get out there and spread the love to as many pets as we possibly can.

That's the news for now. Take care of yourself, and your pets. And as Bob Barker always said: "Help control the pet population. Have your pet spayed or neutered."

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