Drew (grey almost 5) and Bentley (grey tabby almost 4) lost their home because their mom passed away in April (dad passed away in June 2019). They love each very much and we won't separate them,they need to be adopted together. The boys are still young and play like kittens. They really want to be in a forever home again soon,their parents loved them very much . We are hoping the boys can find a home again soon where they will be loved and cherished pets again.
Sometimes miracles happen and today was one of those days. Oriole and Crane got adopted by amazing parents. We have had the boys since January of 2019 when they were kittens. The boys are sweet,but shy, and LOVE other cats. They spent time in multiple foster TCR foster homes,several months in the Petsmart in Fairless Hill and we posted about them frequently on Facebook but ,no luck. Then their amazing parents applied ,met them the other day and adopted them today. Their cat siblings in their home are going to be two other bonded adult siblings,Duke and Daphne from Joyce's Voice for Cats. Parents you ROCK for giving 4 adult kitties their forever home !!!!❤❤❤❤. There are a lot of happy tears being shed by TCR volunteers today !!! Have a great life boys !!
Four year old Alice was surrendered to us when her owner was moving and could not take her with them. Today she found her forever home and she will have another kitty sibling to hang out with. Congratulations Alice!
Sometimes it takes us awhile to figure out some of the kitties we get in to the rescue(we wish they could tell us what happened to them , but they can't talk). Two and half year old Beauty Belle is one of those kitties. She was surrendered to the Trenton shelter by her family who said one of the kids became allergic to her (hmmmm). She went to one of our foster homes for a few weeks and she was a very defensive kitty. We then moved her to the Petsmart in Fairless Hills and she was not very happy there (we finally realized she did not like other cats). She then moved her in to one of our foster homes and has been there for months in her own foster room. Her foster mom and dad have been working with her, and she's become a very different kitty from the Beauty Belle we first met. She likes to be petted, picked up and kissed,and will lean against her foster mom when she is sitting in the room reading. She loves to play with cat toys. She is still slightly afraid of feet, and when we have kitties like that, we suspect they were kicked at one point in their lives. Sometimes when the resident cat is sleeping downstairs in her foster home, her foster parents let her roam the upstairs of their home, and she is very happy when she gets that freedom. All she needs now is her very own home where she gets to live in the whole home. We think she would do better not being with small kids (we are not sure what happened in her original home but there were young kids there). She'd do best in a quiet home with adults and maybe High school aged kids, no other kitties. At two and half this girl has many years left of love to give someone and we'd like to see her get the truly forever home she deserves to have.