These Rescue Kitties Have Some Serious Cattitude
In the summer months, feline breeding season peaks, leaving thousands of helpless kittens in need of care, cuddles and cozy beds. Thanks to friends like you and an incredible network of foster caregivers, we are able to help even the smallest kittens get strong and healthy until they are ready to find families to call their own.
And while our kittens are in their foster homes, living in the literal “laps of luxury,” they can’t help but shed their initial fears, get comfortable and let their true personalities shine. Some even like to show off their mischievous sides and let their “cattitude” speak for itself.
See below for two of our favorite sassy foster kitties!
When Golden and Glee arrived at their foster home at four weeks old, the sisters were still a little shaky on their legs and shy in their new surroundings.
Golden was pretty skeptical at first!
But in just a few days these little ladies had the lay of the land and decided they'd be going out of...
...and into their play pen all on their own!
Little Glee truly embraced the cat axiom: "if I fits, I sits." Whether she was deciding the dog bed really belonged to her...
...or trading the bed for a cozy nap time shoe.
Although some "fits"...
...led to spills.
Meanwhile, Golden loved showing off her wand toy skills to her foster siblings.
But she never quite figured out what was up with all that coffee her foster mom kept drinking.
The kittens turned out to be excellent at impressions. Golden and Glee had the different phases of their foster mom in the morning down perfectly!
Though Glee's "fifth videoconference of the day" impression might have been her best!
When they weren't playing with toys, climbing or snuggling, these kittens loved playing "kick your sister in the face."
(Golden usually won this game).
With their days full day of mischief, these little ladies loved to snuggle up with each other for lots of naps—totally comfortable and at home in their new surroundings!
If you want to help more kittens and animals like these, you can make a lifesaving gift today to help us be there for those who need us most.