The voice on Habitat for Cats’ answering machine pleaded, “They bulldozed the field, the cats are trapped in the crawl space. Please help me get them out or they’ll die!” The field was an abandoned lumber mill and home to 10 cats that lived among the shrubs and construction debris. Now it was being cleared.
During the first snowfall of last winter, Habitat volunteers rescued five kittens from a barn overpopulated with cats and kittens. My first crew of foster kittens had left a week before and I was very excited to have some cute new faces arriving at my foster home again. Who knew how cute they would be
Tinkerbelle, A beautiful Calico has lived at the Sanctuary for many years. She is sociable, but do not pick her up! She will love you, but only on her own terms. The volunteers love Tinkerbelle as she is so pretty and dainty. She likes to eat in private. She tolerates the boys who know enough not to bother
This beautiful, all black cat, actually found us. One day he just showed up at the Sanctuary (must have climbed over the fence) and has stayed every since. Of course we had him neuter ed and vetted before we was allowed to stay. He is a bit of a trouble maker. , but has managed to become best buds with Oreo and Bobby Joe. He loves his food and is one of the first to reach the