A Purebred Siberian with an Amazing Lineage Needs a Home

Stormy is a purebred (with papers), 9-yr old Siberian cat. Her lineage is astounding. Her dad was imported from Russia and her grandfather is in the movie: Nine Lives. This beautiful lady is losing her home because of her mom's allergies.

 

Emotionally, Stormy is a diamond-in-the-rough. She's cranky with strangers, but she's perfection with her mom. In time, we know she'll be lovey-dovey with her new family, but they have to be patient with her.

 

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Stormy loves to "talk" especially when she's ready for dinner. She'll do best in a quiet home with experienced cat-parent/s who will give her time to adjust and become friends. She's lived with a dog and kids, but we're not so sure she's all that happy with so much activity.

Stormy has had excellent vet care every year and just got updated on her vaccinations. She also got a (not the best) lion-cut because she does not (currently) care to be groomed.

We believe Stormy could become used to being groomed in the right home, so her luxurious coat could finally be seen. She has cute white paws and sparkling eyes. Because she's a purebred cat her adoption fee is: $250.00

Stormy Meow

If you'd like to know more about Stormy, contact us at info@kittenassociates.org or fill out a Pre-Adoption Application.

#FairfieldCountyGives on Giving Day TODAY!

FCC Gives FB Banner 2017

It's Here! The 24-hour giving marathon that can be a game-changer for our little rescue.

The deal is to get as MANY UNIQUE DONATIONS (that means one donation per person) of $10 or more over a single day-Thursday, March 9, 2017. The non-profit in Fairfield County who gets the MOST UNIQUE DONATIONS WINS $20,000!

We have NEVER had even CLOSE to that amount of money in the bank in our 7 years doing rescue. We could finally upgrade our miserable foster room, get INSURANCE!, get toner for our printer and bank a bunch of funds to provide vet care for the cats we have now and the cats we'll be able to rescue in the coming days. We need a lot of funds for things that aren't easy to raise funds for and this award would change the history of our rescue efforts.

To Donate, go to our SPECIAL DONATION PAGE ON FCGIVES.

DONATE $10 OR MORE. Your donation IS Tax-Deductible.

TELL YOUR FRIENDS TO DO THE SAME. Sharing this post can dramatically improve our chances!

Stay tuned to our Facebook Page for updates throughout the day!

Know that every dollar matters and makes a huge difference to our rescue efforts. With Kitten Season upon us and two new kittens and their mom in our program, it's going to be a busy year.

Just Born
©2017 Robin AF Olson. Waverly and her not-yet-named newborn kittens a few minutes after they were born on 3/2/17. They are our first kittens of 2017.

Our President to Speak at Cat Camp NYC!

“After fostering over 500 cats and kittens, one can imagine I have lots of heartwarming stories about their rescue to share.” says Kitten Associates Founder, President and Award-Winning cat blogger of CoveredinCatHair.com, Robin A.F. Olson. “That’s why I’ll be heading up a roundtable storytelling session about some of our favorite rescues.”

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Cat Camp is March 11-12 at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street New York, NY 10011, from 11 AM to 7 PM each day. It will bring cat lovers together under one roof to celebrate all things cat and to discuss some of the most important and challenging problems facing cats today. Exhibitors will hail from around the country and there will be several adoption events and fairs taking place throughout the weekend.

There will also be special presentations including a keynote message by The Cat Daddy, Jackson Galaxy (My Cat from Hell and the Jackson Galaxy Foundation); Lil Bub (with a presentation by Bub and Mike Bridavsky); NYC Feral Cat Initiative; Kate Benjamin (Hauspanther); and other notable personalities.

“There are thousands of cat rescues, but few ever write such moving stories as featured on Robin’s blog. It’s a huge thrill for her to be included in such a group of cat-centric celebs.” says the group’s Vice President, Sam Moore. “This is a fun-filled event for any cat lover of any age.”

Curious Fred
©2012 Robin AF Olson. Fred.

 

“This is a great opportunity to inspire and educate people to join our rescue community and I’m incredibly honored to take part.” Olson explains. “I’m also a bit nervous, but my goal is to focus on stories about cats like Fred, who was the Mascot of our Kitties for Kids program, which helped local kids find their smiles after the tragedy here in Newtown; and about Chester, the 21-year old cat I located at the very last minute, after he’d been missing for nearly a week. I warn attendees to have tissues available when they hear some of these stories, but only to dry happy-tears.”

 

For full info on tickets visit the Cat Camp website.

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