Luna who we think was born in April of 2017 came to us in September of 2019 when her owner could no longer keep her due to a medical situation. We suspect that Luna was not treated very nicely and when she first came to us she was a very tense little kitty. She had originally lived with the son of the owner we received her from, until his significant other decided she did not like her,and Luna moved to his mother's home. His mother had a medical situation that caused some issues and she surrendered Luna and another cat (who has been adopted) to us. One of our volunteers witnessed the woman's interaction with Luna when she went to pick her up and it was not very loving. She's spent time in two of our foster homes and slowly she's learned to relax and that people can be really nice. Her sweet side has emerged as the memory of the place she was before has started to fade. We would like to get her a nice quiet home where she will be loved for the rest of her life. She really deserves it, after not having a very easy first few years of her life. She doesn't like other kitties at all. She has never been around kids, but would be just fine with older kids. Her current foster mom said she loves belly rubs, likes to have a schedule and sit on laps.
Monte Crisiti was found at one day old with his umbilical cord still attached in September of 2016. His foster mom had to feed him by hand with a syringe. When you find a baby this small with no momma to feed him, it's always a very tenuous situation. Monte Cristi thrived and was adopted in December of 2016. His mom sent his foster mom this grown up boy picture of him today. His name is now OJ. His TCR foster mom was thrilled to see her boy all grown up and healthy. 😁😁😁
Our TCR alumni Coraline(fka Crystal) and Claude (fka Sweet Oreo) were adopted from TCR as adults at separate times. They spent part of their day today looking out the sliding door at the "interesting" weather we had . They also now have a puppy sibling. They help their mom & dad,who have become TCR foster parents, with their TCR foster kitties.
Tubbers (fka Salty) who we think will be five in June was adopted at the end of April. We just got this great update from his mom. He's already a very loved member of the family ❤️. Thanks to the family for giving him a great home.
". He is doing AWESOME and such a cool personality! So he and our Dog Cocoa are not best friends yet but they are getting close- lol. He has his own water fountain, a perch of some sort in every room, my plant jars have been replaced from herbs to cat grass and scattered about the house, several Sherpa blankets and beds. Every night he waits for me at one window and when I leave for work he is always in another. The next door neighbor has a backyard filled of bird feeders and squirrel feeders so he is always watching them in the breakfast nook bay window. He loves to watch the neighborhood kids all day. Originally he didn’t want to have too much affection and now he has my daughter on command. He will meow at her when he wants to be held and then move along when he is done with it. Lol. He fits in to our family perfectly!"😻😻😻
Trenton Cats Rescue is offering masks for a $20 donation! You can get them at The Healthy Animal of Robbinsville, Mercer Spring and Alignment and by mail at Trenton Cats Rescue, 1977 N. Olden Ave., #327, Trenton, NJ 08618. We can make them in all sizes if needed. Show your personality and be eco-friendly! Masks are reversible, machine washable and have elastic ear loops. Help the kitties and help your fellow man by being safe! 🐾