Oh hai! Thanks for being curious about Kitty Pants and for stopping by! <3 I’ll have you know that the “Buggy Pants” adoption campaign is now in effect and you’re a part of it.
Our little DTLA gem, Ms. Bug … or Buggy is our new foster. She’s come to us after her previous owner left her for a human child. And what a loss for that lady, really. Buggy is a goofy yet quiet and composed gal and very, VERY beautiful. And sometimes, ok often, quirky.
Everything is purrrrfect with this girl. She’s healthy, easy going, gets along with everyone, and everything. Buggy is up for adoption! She’d much prefer a home over a shelter. Help a girl out, huh? All she needs is you!
Please click on this link for adoption info.
Demure little Buggy girl is our latest foster in the Kitty Pants Foster Project.
She just came in yesterday, on Valentines, and we bathed her and got her up-to-date on her shots and health records. She is a little sad and depressed as she is now starting to process that her owner has abandoned her. I’m going to give her a week or two in our home, and with our resident kitt, to adjust before I get her ready for adoption.
Just a few quips about her traits and character though. She is a really sweet girl. She came from a home that had a baby and an older cat. She gets along with our 14-year old crank. She isn’t skittish of people and she loves to have her chest and belly rubbed. She is really damned smart for a young kitty. She understands no and that doesn’t even really matter because you barely have to say it to her. And that’s about it for now. I’m at the beginning of my real job work week and am dealing with a dirty 30 too. I am exhausted.
Another day, another Bee.
Day two in her new home and Susie B. seems to be relaxing and coming out of her shell. Little B. is a 1-year old girl tuxedo cat with long luxurious fur. And her hair really isn’t that thick and hard to care for. She’s trying to decide which brush she likes less of the traditional and furminator … Usually the furminator wins the trophy of dislike when used on any cat I’ve ever brushed. But it works so well! Which is probably why cats dislike it.
Anyway, Little B is settling in - she’s super chatty and energetic. Loves to play and loves to get love. She’s pretty independent too. Not too in your face needy. She’s a smart girl. We taught her the command “No” and she doesn’t seem to have a problem with remembering it. She came in with a bag of dry food but seems to like the log of raw chicken grind we feed the resident kitty.
And best of yet - only on her second day with us, we’ve had an adoption application come through. Keeping our fingers crossed that little Susie B. will be going to her forever home real soon!
Little B’s second day in our home. Keeping a close eye on us from above.
Susie B. came to us yesterday a little shaken up, poor thing. She had been staying in another foster home but had to be moved out due to a threat of the resident dog. Her previous foster family had taken her to an adoption event yesterday and then, instead of bringing her back to the dog ruled home she had grown to be familiar with, brought her to my home with our resident calico kitty. She had a long and stressful day.
Adoption info for this pretty black and white girl is below.