Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Candada
This is my little man. He is not actually Siamese at all, but a regular tabby, and all his brothers and sisters are orange, striped, black and white, or black and grey. He loves to talk whenever he can, and even when no-one is around you will hear him. He loves attention and loves waking up his daddy by licking his face or armpits! He plays in cloth bags all say and loves crumpled up peices of paper.
Location: Burlington, Vermont, USA
Theodore was found as a stray and brought to the Humane Society of Saint Albans, where I adopted him. He is a pure white kitten with one blue eye and one amber eye. He is also deaf, which apparently is typical of white cats with one or both blue eyes. He was adopted with fleas and conjunctivitis of both eyes with an underlying viral infection which is being treated. Although he has been sick, it doesn’t stop him from being extremely playful and loving attention! Very well trained already and is interestingly intelligent for such a little guy.
Location: Frederick, Maryland, USA
This is Maggie May the day she was brought home in the mouth of my girlfriend’s sister’s dog. The pooch, named "Moe," rescued her after she was rejected by her feral mother. She was about four or five weeks old at the time. Obviously the runt of the litter, she has grown into a very petite little girl in the last year and a half. She get’s along great with my German Shepherd, and her best buddie my Chihuahua/Jack Russell type of mix. She’s tolerates my other two cats, and has become the queen of the household knowing that she has 100lbs of canine muscle backing her up. She still acts and plays like a kitten, and loves to sleep with me or the dogs. Or both depending on how my girlfriend and I are getting along!
Location: Alief, Texas, USA
This little girl was wandering around my apartments wanting to find another kitty who would play with her. Of course they didnt want to play with her – they kept smacking and hissing at her…She was meowing so loudly that when I heard her, I knew she was in trouble.
It took me almost 20 minutes to scoop her up. I tried to find a shelter that would take her, but no one would the day after Thanksgiving, so she’s become part of my clan.
She’s warmed up to me and purrs louder than a full grown cat. She’s a cutie and has won me over.
Location: Ellicott City, Maryland, USA
This beloved kitten is a seven-week-old tortoiseshell given to us by a friend. Our friend’s uncle works at a construction site in Washington DC. One day he witnessed a person drive up to the curb and throw this poor kitten out the car door and drive away. He brought the kitten home with him, but could not keep her because of his large dog. My friend called me up and told me the story, and there was no way we could resist taking in such an adorable kitten. We took her to the vet and were relieved to find out that she was perfectly healthy. She is extremely playful, but can also be a very loving girl!
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
This little guy was a stray kitten hanging out in a parking lot by a bowling alley and I fell in love at first site. Was thinking of getting a little brother for my older cat, Scout, so I grabbed him and took him home. As for his name, some of you 80′s kids might recognize it from the “Outsiders”. It really seemed to fit his personality and also his golden fur and eyes. And he was covered in grease so I called him my little greaser. “Stay gold, Ponyboy, stay gold.”
Location: Carles Town, West Virginia, USA
I found this kitten on the internet after my cat died. I went to go see her at the pound. She had already been there for two months. I knew she was the prefect cat. When I went to go pick her up from the pound it was snowing hard (that was the day it snowed in October). She has grown up huge in the one year period I’ve had her.