Tuesday, September 10, 2013

For Adoption: Daisy, Chrome, Tiger and Eddie

Introducing Daisy, Tiger, Chrome and Eddie! These four siblings are being  fostered by Dennis and Janice, who rescued them from their neighborhood after their mother died. Let's get to know them a little bit and maybe you can pick your favorite or maybe end up falling in love with one or two or all of them.

This sweet little girl has lots of love to give. She loves to play with her brothers and graciously accepts their protective catitudes, always keeping her in their sights. Hey--she's the only female in the bunch. She has all her shots and is already spayed. Daisy is ready for a new home. If you are interested in meetings Miss Daisy, please contact Dennis Nadeau at

Don't be scared by his big cat name.  He is a "Tiger" when it comes to playing, but he will entertain you for hours just so you'll know what a romp 'em, stomp 'em boy he is. He is neutered and has all of his shots.  Tiger is good with kids and and with other cats.  If you are interested in adopting Tiger, please contact Dennis Nadeau at

Strong as the metal, Chrome, is not shy at all. He loves to play and getting his head rubbed. He has been an excellent guardian to his sister Daisy,  watching over her since they were kittens. (Maybe we should have named the boys the "Dukes of Hazard"!)  Just look at his soft gray coat! He is neutered and has all of his shots. If you are interested in adopting Chrome, you can contact Dennis Nadeau at

Named after the character “Eddie Munster” from the TV series “The Munsters”. He has white patches behind his ears, just like his Grandpa Munster. He loves to sit on peoples laps and get his head and body rubbed. Eddie is real purring machine and loves to entertain everyone.

Update: We are happy to announce that Eddie just got ADOPTED! We are so excited for Eddie and we are sure he is going to make his new family very happy.

We hope Eddie's brothers and sisters have the same luck as him and find a new home who will love them and take good care of them. Every homeless kitten or cat deserves a second chance to be happy.

Remember--it's always better to adopt two kittens versus one. There are many benefits for you and the kittens, especially if they are siblings.  


  1. Great news for Eddie!I'm sure the others will have great news soon,xx Rachel

  2. de veree best oh fishes two ewe daisy, tiger & chrome....we trooly hope yur for evers home a dress iz added ta yur add dress book yet thiz month, N conga ratz two ewe eddie !! way awesum :) ~~~~

  3. Congratulations to Eddie! Or, I should say congratualtions to the new pawrents.