I am watching for my furr-ever family! I sure don’t want to miss them! If you could send them soon, then I could go back to playing and would show them what a great little kitty I am. Please send them soon!
I am practicing my singing so that when my family comes to get me, I will be ready. Do you think they will like my song enough to give me my furr-ever home? I sure hope so! Please send them to me as soon as you can. I will be watching for them.
Christmas is approaching fast, and I decided I needed to hurry and get my letter out to you. A lot of my kitty friends have already sent theirs. And I didn’t want to slow their requests down, but I really, really want to ask you for something. You see, I have been in what they call a foster home for a long time. They treat me good, don’t get me wrong, but it is not my furr-ever home! I want a home of my own with a family of my own. Is that asking too much? I sure hope not, because that’s all I want for Christmas! Can you please see what you can do?
P.S. If you brought me some catnip too, I wouldn’t turn it away! Merry Christmas!!
We thank everyone for their love of the animals and the support of our mission to rescue and find loving homes for the abused, forgotten, and lost animals. It’s been a great year and with your continued support, we can make it even better next year!
Thank you again, and have a wonderful Holiday Season!
I am sending you my very best picture! As you can see, I am the ‘cat’s meow’. And I have been super good this year! I know a lot of kitties ask for silly things like toys or catnip. But there is only one thing that I want for Christmas. I want to see my new family walk up to me and say, “Welcome home, Coral! We’ve been looking for you!” If you could help them find me, that would be the very best Christmas present ever!
My sister, Dodger, and I are homeless. We are lucky because we aren’t out in that scary place they call outside, but we are in cages which is not a whole lot of fun. We really would love to have room to run and play like other kitties do. If we promise to be really good, could you find a nice family who would love to have one or both of us as part of their family? We know you will do the best you can, and we will be as patient as we can, but please don’t make it be for too long, okay?
Have you ever seen an adorable animal that you wish you could have helped or adopted but were unable to do so? Well, you can still do something to help animals this Christmas. You could sponsor a homeless kitty or dog for Christmas. There are so many of them that won’t be in a home decorated for the holidays, or involved in a family celebration. They will spend Christmas in a cage, many in a closed shelter. A nice new chew toy, or a great catnip mouse would sure help make their Christmas better. It doesn’t have to cost much to bring a purr or a wag of the tail to these awesome animals this Christmas.
We have several animals that would appreciate such a gesture, but even if the animal isn’t one of ours, it would still be a wonderful act of kindness and a perfect way to add some joy to this holiday season. So next time you are walking down the pet aisle at your local store, consider stopping and picking up a new toy or treat for a homeless animal. It will make their day!