Two awesome Kitten’s Cradle foster caregivers saved a little kitten last night at three in the morning. Poor little guy was found outside, on his own, with his eyes crusted shut laying in front of a garage.
As of this morning, kitty is on antibiotics, getting antibacterial eye drops, and plenty of food. He will also receive medical care as needed.
Being a foster means you get to literally save animal’s lives. Check out our Volunteer Page to see how you can help.
Well done Jason and Kirsten!
Found with eyes crusted shut.
Gentle work with a warm, damp cloth and he can open his eyes now.
Meet Roscoe, Bo, Luke and Whiskey. These boys are available for adoption. All fun, sweet, energetic kittens looking for their forever homes. Let us know which one you would like make a part of your family.
We are proud to announce that we now have some of our kiddos that will be going out to meet you in the adoption center at the Bloomington Chuck and Don’s, for those of you out in the cities I hope you have a chance to go on out and meet our sweet adoptable furrbabies that will be there meeting lots of new fans and hopefully finding their furrever homes!
Don’t forget we still have our sweet babies waiting to meet you at the Blaine Chuck and Don’s as well…. Come on out and meet them!
Partial Adoption fee sponsored!
Our sweet boy Darby has been waiting for his forever home for quite some time. Because of this, we have a wonderful sponsor that is sponsoring part of his adoption fee. He is a lovable big boy and would love to find a home. Check out his petfinder post using the following link. https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/31026862?rvp=1
The Kittens Cradle just rescued 5 kittens that were found in a tire at an auto dealership. They are less than a week old and will require regular bottle feeding. We are grateful to have such dedicated fosters.
Despite a lot of searching their mother was not found. It is always best to have the mother raise the kittens but sometimes that just isn’t possible.
So poor SWEET Tatum already lost his foster because they felt his issues were more than they could handle at this point…
This boy is amazing, is great with other animals, Neutered, Declawed as well as tested Felv/Fiv negative. He did have fleas which he has been treated for and we believe is most likely the cause of his skin issues… He is going to a very special vet (The AMAZING Dr. Nicole) tomorrow that has lots of experience with skin issues. She will address what we now believe is a flea allergy and to go on meds to get him all cleared up.
Who wants to help an oh so special boy while he is on his road to recovery?