Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Kitten Adventures Part I

One of the adventures I've been having recently has been of the kitten variety. A few weeks back, I witnessed a very small kitten run across our back garden. This was enough to make Sgt decide to set out our "have a heart" trap (or perhaps he did it to stop my whining?) to see if we could catch a kitten. After a few days, we caught a tiny little kitten with a very big purr (who has already been adopted!!!!), but it wasn't the kitten we originally saw, so the trap went back out to the yard. Over the past few weeks we have slowly caught four tiny little 3-4 month old kittens that some "not so nice person" decided to dump off in our backyard in the middle of Winter.  Which brings us to...a very cute adoptable kitten named Mason!

Mason is a handsome, little, Seal Point Siamese boy who was caught about seven days ago with his brother Max.  He's about 4 months old.  I'm currently working on his socialization skills as he is suffering from trauma and is very scared.  I am working with Gateway Regional Rescue to help get him adopted to a good kitty loving home.  The adoption will be done through Gateway and the adoption fee, which includes shots and neutering, is $100.  Right now, I think his best placement would be in a quiet home without dogs or children.  I think another cat would be great for him as he is very connected to his brother.  I would love to find a home that would want both him and his brother but that might be difficult to find?  If you are interested or know someone in the local NJ/PA/NY and possibly VA area who might be interested in adopting this sweet but shy little guy, please send me an email at... Marydeluxe53@ gmail dot com.





  1. What a gorgeous little furbaby! I hope he finds his forever home shortly

    1. I know! What kind of person dumps out such a little cutie pie?? Blows my mind!

  2. Aww! So cute. These little babies melt my heart, but my little kitty won't allow another cat in the apartment. :)

  3. My, what a handsome boy! We got our Ridley the same way. Someone dumped him at my sister's work. She kept him for a few weeks and then he made the big 400 mile move with us. Now he's a 14.5 pound charmer and as happy as he can be. I really hope someone gives him a great home full of love, kisses, and lots of munchies.

  4. That's pretty much my dream cat, but I have too many as it is D: Hopefully they find a home soon enough

  5. Oh the poor little guy...he is gorgeous. You should have no problem getting him and his brother a loving home. Good luck!
    x Molly

  6. He's a beautiful cat, I'm sure he'll get adopted soon!

  7. Oh my gosh if I wasn't in the uk if have him
    In a heartbeat :) I hope he finds a home soon x

  8. What a beautiful kitteh, I sure hope he and his brother can find a home together! So good to hear from you again, too. :)

  9. He looks like a little lamb!

    As far as adopting him along with his brother, let me tell you--I've had 2 litter mates, and I've had a single kitten. Having two at the same time is MUCH easier! The girls entertained each other; it too the entire house to keep the one, younger kitten entertained. So you can always point that out when someone shows an interest in him :)

  10. Must be dump a kitten month. The farm next to me had one show up, and Mom had one show up on the porch the day after Christmas.And THAT one knows what a door is and wants to come in! Mom made a makeshift kitty box for it, and if it is still around when I get a chance to go home next week,I think the farm will have a new barn cat..( until Bombero goes .."aww..can't he/she come inside??" Even though he is slightly allergic) I will probably let it winter in the lunch room or tack room, at least until I can get it vetted etc.Plus it is a little young yet. Then we will see if it becomes a barn or apartment cat :-).