Trapper (Orphan Feral – Adopted)

We caught Trapper on August 17, 2022. He was about three months old. He was living in a drain pipe in our community, and a few folks in the neighborhood were putting out food for him. After they called us, it took less than three hours to get him in [...]

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Smokey & Bandit (Orphan Ferals – Adopted)

On August 21, 2022, Smokey and Bandit (sister and brother, about seven weeks old) were found abandoned near a local gymnasium. Unfortunately, there was a third sibling that escaped from the rescuers and could not be found. We have had many abandoned kittens come through our rescue over the years, [...]

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Wolf (Orphan Feral – Adopted)

Wolf and a sibling (Echo) were found by a boy around his grandmother’s house on July 22, 2022. Both kittens were about 10 days old and very compromised. Echo passed away in the first 24 hours. Wolf hung in there and did well. And, yes, that’s how Wolf got his [...]

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Frea (Orphan Feral – Adopted)

Frea (pronounced Fray’-yuh) came to us from a feral colony on June 18, 2022. She was severely malnourished and dehydrated. She was probably five weeks old when we got her, so we are calling her birthday May 15, 2022.  Frea could not walk or even sit upright for the first few [...]

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Malcolm (Orphan Feral – Adopted)

Malcolm came to us on July 1, 2022. He was about seven weeks old, so we have estimated his birthday as May 15. He was rescued in the median of a busy local highway and brought to the Indian Land Animal Hospital. They treated him for some fairly deep abrasions [...]

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Callie (Orphan Feral – Adopted)

On July 8, 2022, Callie, a single orphan, was dropped off at the Faulkner Animal Hospital and then brought to the Lancaster Animal Shelter. She appeared to be about 2-3 weeks old, so we are calling her birthday June 20.  Callie was pretty typical for an abandoned summertime orphan – [...]

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The O’Lily Kits (Adopted)

Lily was a surrendered mom with four very compromised kittens. One kitten died at the Shelter and another passed away within a few days here. Lily was trying to be an attentive mom; however, she was not lactating. But she kept her surviving kittens, Basil and Ivy, clean and comforted. [...]

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