Cleo is the perfect example of a Siamese: loud, affectionate, loyal, and did we mention loud? Weighing in at only 6 pounds, she has been a “kitten” for 12 years. She has been battling heart disease for several years, but that hasn’t stopped her from engaging in her favorite activities: cuddling and playing with pipe cleaners.
Little Knish was adopted from a shelter on Long Island in 2009. She loves to play fetch with her mouse toys and suckle on her paw pad.
Kingsley (also known as “Kingsley Bear”) was in very bad shape when he came into our lives—he was abandoned in a cardboard box on the stoop of an animal hospital where Kaitlin worked, terribly ill and showing multiple signs of neglect and abuse. His face was so swollen he could barely open his eyes, but once we saw those eyes, we fell in love. After months of going to work with Kaitlin and many rounds of medication, Kingsley is now healthy and beautiful. Today, he can be found destroying catnip toys and chasing treats.
She may look grumpy, but Kazoo is the one of the most affectionate and loving cats you’ll ever meet. She was adopted from a shelter in New York City that brings cats and kittens from the Virgin Islands in an attempt to reduce their cat overpopulation problem. She loves to eat, spoon, and stalk birds outside her window.