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Kittens Sammy & Joey Romp & Squeak

Sammy & Joey like to play-fight, a lot.

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The Cartoon Kittens – Second to last night

The kittens will be going to the shelter on Friday, September 15th!

The kittens were spayed and neuter 8/22 and 8/28. As soon as the shelter has space available, these guys will go up for adoption!

The kittens are associated with MEOW Cat Rescue. If you are interested in adoption a pair, visit and be sure to look over their adoption policies.
MEOW does have a first come, first served policy with adoptions. I can’t reserve them for anyone, but I can let you know when they are going in to the shelter.

Email me at [email protected] if you have more questions!


Kittens are on a quarantine for Calicivirus 8/14, but the shelter is on quarantine for another virus until the end of the month. The kittens will not be adoptable until that quarantine is lifted. (813/17)

Cleo recovered from her spay and infection and has been adopted into her new home! (7/1/17)

The kittens are associated with MEOW Cat Rescue. Be sure to look over their adoption policies.
MEOW does have a first come, first served policy with adoptions. I can’t reserve them for anyone.
Let me know if you have more questions!


These rescue kittens were born Friday, April 21, 2017 to Cleo, a young cat. This young (formerly) pregnant cat came into the Lewis Co Animal Shelter as a stray. She was then transferred through Seattle Humane to MEOW Cat A new kitten joined us on Memorial Day. A woman found him in the parking lot of her workplace. No other cats were around. They brought her home & asked how to get him into a safe environment to socialize and grow till he was able to be matched with a forever home that would love him and protect him. ❤️After the kittens have reached 3 lbs and approximately 12 weeks of age, all kittens and mama will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and will be available for adoption through MEOW Cat Rescue in Kirkland, WA.

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#1: Simon! Male, Black Tux w/ White face blaze, 85g 1:32 AM; (Simon’s Cat)
#2: Sebastian! Male as of 4/24 , Gray Tux, 83g 2:08 AM; (from Josie and the Pussycats)
#3 Tibbs! Male, White with black spots cow, 81g 3:26 AM; (from 101 Dalmations)
#4: Arlene! Female, White with gray spots, cow, 87g 4:09 AM; (Garfield)
#5: Felix! Male, Black Tux w/ Black face, 90g 5:09 AM
#6 Figaro Berlioz! Male, Gray with socks. Estimated DOB – Between Passover and Easter 2017
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Christine’s Kitten Room is a room where foster kittens grow before returning to the shelter, healthy and fixed, to await for adoption. Please enjoy the permanent residents, Mya and Snowpee, watch the local birds visit the feeders when no foster kittens are available.

Email: [email protected]

For more about the local rescues near me, visit the following:


Orphaned Baby Monkey Meets Two Tiny Cats With The Most Surprising Results Super Tiny Kitten
If you need to feel good about the world, look no further than the animal sanctuaries all over the globe that are doing important work every single day. Thanks to their tireless efforts, many animals of different species can find safety and refuge.

Mother cat with kittens the third day in the apartment

Mother cat with kittens the third day in the apartment. Yesterday the kittens open eyes for the first time. Today I gave vitamins for mother cat.


The Most Adorable Color-Changing Kittens !

These kittens were born with ‘Fever Coat’. Their mama, during pregnancy, likely had a fever or may have been stressed which effects the pigmentation of their fur. This condition is entirely temporary but INCREDIBLY ADORABLE! As they grow older, their kitten fur will fall out and their true color will start to show.

To add to the complete adorbs package, they are named after super villains! They may be the cutest little villains ever!

They will be up for adoption in about 2 months through Friends for Life Rescue Network located in Los Angeles, CA. Email [email protected] for more information!

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*I volunteer with a rescue and these kittens will all be fixed and adopted into loving homes when old enough 🙂 They won’t be able to breed and to contribute to the overpopulation and euthanasia of kittens because of the lack of fosterers, adopters, and resources.
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