Below you can find some of the wonderful photos and updates we receive on some of our adopted Kindred Kitties. If you have an adoption story you would like to share, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org
4/5/19: Josie update
Josie is now doing great with both of our dogs and our other cat. She now has the run of the house. My grandson named her Pepper.
2.19.19: Bula Bula came to Kindred Kitties as an older kitten with her sisters in July 2013 from a farm. She was the most standoff-ish of her siblings. Bula came a long way in our care but always liked to do her own thing and on her own terms. Bula earned a special place in many of our volunteer
Twister is a special guy who was found as a stray outside about in June. He was found dragging himself around and only about 6 weeks old. Immediately his finder could tell that something wasn't quite right about him so she brought him to Kindred Kitties where she knew he would be able to receive the care and TLC needed.
Hana and Takara now known as Lily and Feather came to us as young kittens with their siblings. All four of them were in very rough shape with bad upper respiratory infections. Our dedicated fosters gave them lots of TLC to get them better before they were adopted.
Here's an update from Scout's new mom:
Scout, now called Goose (after hockey player Gustav Nyquist), is such a wonderful addition to our family.
She adapted quickly to our home and loves her new sister, Salem. Goose is super cuddly and very curious.
Muffin is a kitten who was born in a foster home to a stray Mama cat that we rescued from outside. In October, Muffin was taken to the Veterinary Specialty Center in Buffalo Grove to see if they could treat a birth defect she has called Flat Chest. Flat Chest is thought to be caused by a collapsed lung suffered shortly after birth.