One Girl on a mission

One Girl on a mission
85 TNR/Rescues and counting....

Monday, January 6, 2014

My Final Rescues of 2013

Rescued Neutered Adopted

Rescued  FIV+ Went to Caroline's Kids Cat Sanctuary

Rescued Neutered Adopted

Feral  Neutered and Released

Rescued Neutered Adopted

Raven & her Babies

Raven was rescued from low income housing in Alliance where she had her litter in a window sill.  I took her in when they were two days old and they all got adopted by the time they were 8 weeks old.  Momma was adopted with one of her boys.

Friday, June 21, 2013

Busy kitty season

It's been a busy rescue spring.  Here are the latest cuties.  Some have reservations for adoption and some are available soon.

Delilah - Abandoned and pregnant - rescued/Spayed/adopted
Delilah's babies - Rescued/Adopted



Abandoned and pregnant rescued  - Rescued/Spayed/Adopted

Rescued Neutered Adopted

(Rescued from McDonalds parking lot ) Spayed/Adopted

Rescued (abandoned by owners when they moved)  Spayed/Adopted by Me!

Monday, January 7, 2013

Currently up for adoption

Nikko - Neutered Resides at Caroline's Kids Cat Sanctuary

Titus was adopted and Alex resides at Caroline's Kids Cat Sanctuary

Sugar Pop - Adopted

Tucker - Adopted

Friday, December 14, 2012

Thanksgiving Kitty - Happy Ending

Two days before Thankgiving this little guy showed up in my yard.  He kept crying, so I knew he was not feral.  I brought him in, put fliers out, and neutered him.  No one claimed in within a week, so I put him up for adoption.  He got a home quickly and was taken there today.  He has some great new parents and a nice cozy home to call his own now.  I love happy endings!

Remember IVY?

She was the little momma that I took to the Humane society with her babies once they grew up.  Well, after a months she was still not adopted and was apparantly in the isolation ward.  They said she was sick, her eye was pussy.  I pulled her out of there and examined it.  It looked like she got poked in the eye.  The Vet said she may have Herpes. After a few weeks it has cleared up and she is happy.  She gained weight right away.  I want to stress something to people.  She was terribly unhappy in that kennel, she was scared and lost her appetite.  She was traumatized in that place and I regret taking her there.  Fostering is the only way to go.  You can see the kitty flourish and they are happy.  You can never know what kind of cat you are getting when you pull from the shelter.  It is so sad there.  The cage is 2feet by 2feet! :( makes me want to cry!  She is happy, healthy and loved now.  I have grown attached to her and would prefer to keep her if I can.

Feral Rehab Update

Remember the kitties in the kennel.  Well, they got neutered and I upgraded their apartment to the TV room for two to three weeks, while I worked on further socialization.  It worked, they are now running around the entire house.  Tame enough to let you step over them when they eat and come to your open hand for a brief petting.  They may not be able to be rehomes as they bonded with me. But, they are doing so well considering.  They are so cute and love to play laser light.  I can tell they have grown to love it indoors.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Ivy and her babies


It has been a busy summer.  I did not even share the kittens growing up.  Only one of the litter survived the first few days.  Momma did not do a good job till a week later, with my help.  But she finally stepped up and even took in a foster baby from Stark County Humane.  They have since both found homes.  Momma however is still at the Humane Society waiting for a forever home.
I took the whole family there two weeks ago so they would have a better chance to find homes.  Of course the babies went within the week.  Poor momma!  I wish I would could go get her, but I have too many and it is super hard for me to find homes for the older bunch.  I will keep praying that she gets her home soon!  I miss you guys!

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Pregnant Stray is New Momma

This little girl was picked up in Malvern.  She is super friendly,but a very young mom.  She did not know what to do with her babies for more than 24 hours.  She also would not eat.  I got her eating this morning and stayed up all night trying to feed her babies for her.  That was a bit difficult, but I hope they are out of the woods now.  They survived the night.  And momma is at least staying in her birthing box with them.  I was so worried she'd abandon them. She is a needy little girl and needs me to coax her to do things.  But, I may just sleep in the TV room with her for the week..(that should be fun..not)  so that she knows she needs to take some responsability.  Praying for all these babies to get big and strong in the next week.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Day 6 : Feral Rehab

This one will be the first to be ready to find a forever home.  The runt and a male.  He is shy, but tolerates holding and kisses on the forhead.

This one, not so much.  I have yet to pick this fella up.  I am a bit intimidated by his/her spunky spitfire nature.  The other gray will be a little work, but I can pick him/her up with a slight struggle.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Day 3 Baby Steps

This is the most docile of the feral kittens.  He is more scared than angry, so I take him out of the cage and hold him for a while.  He is not happy about it and I can tell he is just tolerating it.  But, give me time.  Now, if the other two would stop attacking my hand when I touch them, then I could get somewhere....

Monday, June 18, 2012

Alliance Feral Kitten Rescue

These three babies were found running around downtown Alliance.  People were feeding them and the momma, but some were saying that they wanted to get rid of them and or poison them.  Can you imagine?  Human's are pieces of shit! Sorry, but it is true.  Thankfully a woman cared enough to try to help.  She trapped them and posted on Facebook for help because she really did not know what to do with them.  This is where the power of Facebook can be great.  I saw the post and being within 15-20 minute drive from her, I offered to take them.  You know me....I had to do something!  They are a couple weeks older than my normal kitten rescue, so I hope the can tame down a lot in the next few weeks.  In order to find good homes for these guys time-is-of-the-essence.  We all know how hard it can be to find bigger kitties homes these days.    But, at least these sweeties are well fed and out of danger. 

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Bye Bye Lil Baby

Sammy had to go back to the humane society, but they said that he'd get a home in less than 5 days.  So, I am sure his hanging with them by now.  Good luck sweetie.  We miss you!

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Reality Sucks!!

New Foster Baby

This wee little one is a foster from the Stark County Humane Society.
She has no mommy, so I am bottle feeding him till he is old enough to eat and poop on his own. Probably only a couple weeks.  But, he is a cutie patootie!!

Sunday, May 13, 2012