Looking for a Home — Little Willow and Whiskey
Two adorable four (4) months old kittens, who have been close buddies since they were rescued. Playful, happy, and affectionate, they are ready for a loving home and are hoping for a person with a big heart.
They like people and dogs, and after a busy day of play, love to snuggle.
Both tested positive for the Feline Leukemia Virus which does not spread to humans or other pets, only to cats so they have to be indoor-only cats and need homes without any other cats.
They are in good health and will be spayed/neutered and receive their shots prior to adoption.
Please call your small neighborhood cat rescue group:
Bobbie Beltrami Susan Trawick Karin Steil
335-6112 751-0805 751-6689
Susan Trawick, Bobbie Beltrami and Karin Steil are in the process of rescuing, spaying and neutering cats from a local feral colony and need people to foster kittens so they can be socialized and adopted. It involves taking care of one or more kittens in an isolated environment to feed them, nurse them to good health and give them lots of cuddling, petting and TLC to teach them to trust not be afraid of humans. It is a very rewarding experience for both kitten and foster caregiver. If you can help or know someone who can please call Susan Trawick at 751- 0805 (home) or 278-5106 (cell–call or text) or Bobbie Beltrami 751-8449 (home) or 335-6112 (cell–call or text).
This is Charlie who is playful and so sweet but needs someone to medicate his left eye until it’s all better.
Meet Katie! She is healthy but needs a little extra TLC to help her get over being skittish around people.
Dear Neighbors and Friends,
There is a home in Stony Brook where an elderly couple has been supporting a colony of cats and kittens, some feral, some not, some spayed and neutered, some not. The couple is moving and has to abandon the kitties and Susan Trawick and I are trying to mobilize forces to help us transport them to and from Kent Animal Shelter in Riverhead to be spayed and neutered; to foster care female cats for 5 days or male cats 3 days in confined areas or crates post-surgically, and even to possibly adopt or help find people to adopt these unfortunates.
It may be that we cannot trap and help all of them, but if we can even trap, spay, and neuter most of them, it will help insure against future overpopulation and more homeless creatures.
Please help us in any way you can to save innocent lives.
Thank you for anything you can manage to do.
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