Mother cat Gracie was rescued from a municipal animal shelter that wasn't equipped to hold cats, and she was already far along in pregnancy when Lisa Dickal and her not for profit, independently run animal rescue group got her. Gracie was part of a neglect situation, which is how she ended up at the shelter. She gave birth to two females and two males. The two females are Rajah, the black striped kitty, and Emma, the light grey and white kitten. The two boys are Roscoe, the lighter grey, and Teddy is the darker grey. All cats get a long great with kids, dogs and other cats. All cats also have their claws, and are house trained. Each one is very lovable and friendly. Some kittens are short and long haired cats. Two kittens have blue eyes and the others have green.
The adoption process is for an application to be filled out, and once it's been reviewed and the rescuers feel there is a match for both the person and animal, they will set up a time and day for a meet and greet at the fosters home. That way you can see which kittens you bond with and feel are the ones for you and your family. The adoption "fee" is $90, which minimally covers the veterinary and food expenses while being in our care. We do a home and reference check. The cats are being fostered in Connecticut. We are open to out of state adoptions as long as the potential families meet the cats in person in Connecticut during the adoption process.
If interested please email Dickal's group at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest in adopting a cat in need!