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Adopt Little

Female Adult Maine Coon

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Lynn's Animal Rescue

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About Little

Little is a gorgeous girl. She loves interacting with people but would prefer to be the only kitty in the house. Our kittens can be adopted out at a young age as a foster to adopt agreement as long as the pet parent is home a good deal to meet the needs of the baby. In this particular case we will need to meet up for age appropriate vet care as the kitten matures.  This process ensures a social relationship between human and kitten along with a great deal of one-on-one care and additional bonding time with kittens new forever home.  Thank you for understanding!

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Name
Little
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
NO
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Lucky

Domestic Short Hair

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Lucky Sweet Orange Tabby/Siamese MixLucky is an amazing, adorable, smart little girl. Her foster mom had her for 1 night in a cage before she decided she would be fine with all the other cats and kittens loose in the house, and she was. Lucky instantly got along with everyone including the dog. That was a Friday night & Saturday morning Lucky was gone! Everyone said she was hiding in the house but we were pretty sure she wasn't. Lucky likes to respond when you call her name and we heard nothing in the house. We searched outside and setup camera's, left food out and hoped for the best. We saw her a few times on the camera and after a full week we almost caught her in a drop trap! It took 2 weeks and a LOT of patience but eventually her foster mom would go out at night and call her and she would answer and eat with her mom sitting very close. On night 2, after a few hours of petting, Lucky just decided to get up on her foster moms legs and into a carrier she went. Then back into the cage again for the night. We searched everywhere for an exit from the house and couldn't find anything. Mom let her out of the cage and did her best to watch her but a few hours later she was gone, again! Now it was a game. Getting her back was easy now but finding her escape route wasn't! We are SO LUCKY, Lucky was the kitten to find this escape. I'm sure most of the other kittens wouldn't have been as smart and stayed close to the house! The hole has been fixed and Lucky has been an inside only kitten.  Lucky loves to play with all of the toys and her brother Strikes (another adorable orange kitten) and all of the other kittens in the house. She's starting to cuddle on the couch with her foster mom and loves to be held. She also loves belly rubs and just being close to her mom when the day is over. Lucky is a GREAT kitten and would do best in a home with another active kitten or cat. She needs a playmate and we're hoping someone will take Lucky and her brother Strikes together. Both are spayed/neutered, up to date on shots and ready to go. Please email or text if you would like an application for this amzing little girl. KittyRescueNJ@Gmail.com 609-923-4720Our kittens can be adopted out at a young age as a foster to adopt agreement as long as the pet parent is home a good deal to meet the needs of the baby. In this particular case we will need to meet up for age appropriate vet care as the kitten matures.  This process ensures a social relationship between human and kitten along with a great deal of one-on-one care and additional bonding time with kittens new forever home.  Thank you for understanding! show less

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Misfit

Domestic Short Hair

Please contact Rebecca LeConey (rebecca.lynnsrescuehelper@gmail.com), (609) 254-6922 for more information about this pet.FemaleWelcome l... show more

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Sarah & Sammie

Calico

Sarah and Sammie came to us at 5 weeks old.  Soon after they were listed for adoption, they came down with an eye infection. After sever... show more

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Summer

Domestic Short Hair

Please contact Jeanie Farrell (jeanie@outlook.com), (609) 923-4720 for more information about this pet.Playful, Sweet Torbie KittenSumme... show more

Please contact Jeanie Farrell (jeanie@outlook.com), (609) 923-4720 for more information about this pet.Playful, Sweet Torbie KittenSummer was found starving and all alone.  She wouldn't have survived another night out by herself without food, water or shelter.   It took Summer a few days to regain some strength but now she's good to go.  She has beautiful colors and markings! Above, we stated that Summer is good with cats but we need to specify. She is good with baby kittens who are smaller than her or with a cat that does not play rough. Summer is a very sweet, young kitten who loves to cuddle but also loves to play as long as it does not get rough.  We have included a photograph of Summer with her former cagemate, Junior. If you are interested in adopting Summer, please email kittyrescuenj@gmail.com or text Jeanie at 609-923-4720.Our kittens can be adopted out at a young age as a foster to adopt agreement as long as the pet parent is home a good deal to meet the needs of the baby. In this particular case we will need to meet up for age appropriate vet care as the kitten matures.  This process ensures a social relationship between human and kitten along with a great deal of one-on-one care and additional bonding time with kittens new forever home.  Thank you for understanding! show less