Success Stories: Winston

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This handsome little guy was lucky enough to be born a few short days after his mother was rescued off a Houston street by a very kind woman who came to TBAR asking for help. Winston’s mother, Gracie, was much too young to give birth, but here we were with 4 healthy kittens.

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Winston was the last of the kittens who found their home. He had to be fostered for a little longer for extra medical attention. Winston had to receive treatment for ringworm before he could be adopted out and spent some time being boarded at a Houston vet office where one of his foster parents worked. He quickly became a favorite of those who worked in the vet office because he was so loving and an awesome little guy (handsome too!). Soon enough it was Winston’s turn to find his forever home.

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Winston went to his new forever family on February 9, 2014 and – as you can tell – he found himself right at home. We are happy to see him finally find a loving home and want to thank his foster, Linda, for her patience and determination for finding these babies homes.

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TBAR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit no-kill animal rescue organization. If you would like to help animals such as this one, please consider donating to TBAR, volunteering, fostering, or adopting. Donations go directly toward care, feed, and veterinary care of the rescued animals and every little bit helps us to help another animal in need of safety and rehabilitation. Rescue a pet: adopt instead of shop and spay or neuter your pets!

Success Stories: Smokey

Nearly everyday, T-Bar receives emails from the caring people who have found, fed and sheltered an animal that appears to have been dumped and left to fend for themselves, but who are unable to keep the animal. Sometimes we are able to take in one or two of these animals when there is an open space in a foster home, but when T-Bar foster homes are full we reluctantly have to tell these compassionate people that we have nowhere to place the animal and we are only able to offer networking assistance through our RAIN (Rescue Animals In Need) Facebook page.

Animals who are born and grow up feral are better able to care for themselves than a domesticated animal whose had their food, water and shelter provided for them their whole lives. For Smokey, he was one of the lucky ones spotted on a porch bench at a Mexican restaurant in Somerville, Texas by one of T-Bar’s wonderful foster parents. When she walked up to him, he physically reached out to her as if he were asking, “Can you please help me?” After discovering that he was dumped, there was no possibility that she could leave him there on his own.

At that point, Smokey was only 6 months old and needed lots of food and TLC. At first, he was very anxious about his new surroundings and the woman who was caring for him. Sometimes he would be so scared he thought he had to defend himself and hide. But after a few weeks of being slowly socialized and shown love, he learned to trust this kind stranger.

For months, he waited and waited for his forever family to find him. Thanks to a Pet of the Week listing in the Brenham Banner Press, Smokey’s forever family had finally found him. When it was time for his Meet-n-Greet, Smokey did his best to charm them and show them that he was a very special boy. His new mom, Emilee, fell in love with him that day. She knew he was the right fit for her and began preparing her home for his arrival. It did not take long for Emilee and Smokey to bond. He is so happy to finally have his own girl to love him and spend the rest of his life with.

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Thank you, Emilee and Jan, for opening your hearts and home to our sweet Smokey.
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Pictured is Smokey and adopter, Emilee.
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TBAR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit no-kill animal rescue organization. If you would like to help animals such as this one please consider donating to TBAR, volunteering, fostering, or adopting. Donations go directly toward care, feed, and veterinary care of the rescued animals and every little bit helps us to help another animal in need of safety and rehabilitation. Save a life: adopt instead of shop and spay or neuter your pets!

Success Stories: Jewel

Jewel, aka Ebony, was born on September 12, 2013, along with her siblings: Winston, Buffy, and Piper. Jewel’s mother, Gracie, gave birth to the litter of 4 shortly after being rescued off the streets by a very kind soul. Jewel spent a few months growing and learning how to be a great little kitty with her foster mom, but she found her perfect forever home with her new fur-sibling, Jack.

Thank you to the Molder family for giving Jewel a loving home and spoiling her like she deserves!

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Pictured is Emery and Jewel on the way to her new forever home (above) and Jewel sleeping the first week with her favorite new girl (below)!

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Below is Jewel and her new fur-brother, Jack, who was also a rescue kitty who has now found his forever family.

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Click here to view the current listing of TBAR cats waiting for a forever home!

TBAR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit no-kill animal rescue organization. If you would like to help animals such as this one please consider donating to TBAR, volunteering, fostering, or adopting. Every little bit helps us to help another animal in need of safety and rehabilitation. Save a life: adopt instead of shop and spay or neuter your pets!

Success Stories: Titan and Fire

Success Story Wednesday! 

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Last week we posted a photo of Titan and a link to our success story Flickr page and we were so happy to see Titan’s brother, Fire! Fire’s mom, Tamara, posted a few photos and we just had to share our favorite ones with all of you here!

Both of these beautiful cats went up for adoption when they were estimated to be 5-6 weeks old.  They came from a bad hording situation and were rescued by a neighbor that found the kittens while the adult cats were being removed.  This good neighbor bottle fed the kittens until they were old enough for adoption.

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We love to see our rescued animals in their loving forever homes – it is what keeps all of the dedicated TBAR volunteers going!

Please upload YOUR success stories to our Flickr page
http://www.flickr.com/groups/2365919@N23/

Or if you aren’t a member of Flickr please e-mail your photos to webmaster@t-bar.org and we will post them for you!

Success Stories: Cats 2013!

Here are the TBAR Cats that have found their forever home in 2013!

 

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Titan in his new home!  See what a beautiful cat he has grown into!

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Here’s Titan! When he went up for adoption he was estimated to be 5-6 weeks old; we were not sure of his age because he came from a hoarding situation where the adult cats were being trapped & removed; so the neighbor started finding screaming kittens everywhere! He was about 2 weeks old when he was found (07/14/2013) and started on the bottle  Titan is a lover that loves to be held and rubbed. He’s a purr machine! Congrats on your new forever home, Titan!

Gawain

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Gawain had a tough life before coming to TBAR. He was found eating out of a dumpster in Houston by a little girl with a big heart. Through networking, he was picked up from Houston and brought to TBAR. Once checked out by a vet, we discovered Gawain had been attacked by some larger animal, probably a dog. He had a two inch cut over his front shoulder and a bite on his neck. It took 2-3 weeks for his injuries to heal and now he is all healed up and working on his social skills. He is shy at first but once he feels safe, he is a love bug! But you won’t hear much noise from him other than his loud purr box. He is more of a squeaker than a meower, in fact, he can’t really meow. But the love he gives is incomparable. Please consider having this amazing little boy as a part of your family!

Fire

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This picture is of Fire at 6 weeks old, when he was ready for his new home.  He came into TBAR from a hoarding situation where the adult cats were being trapped and removed. He was about 2 weeks old when found (07/17/2013) and started on the bottle.  Fire is a spunky playful kitten that loves to play on his scratching post!  Congrats on your forever home, little wild Fire!

Ned

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Ned was found by some neighborhood kids under their house in September 2012.  He was tiny, and his arrival was a mystery, since there was no sign of a mother or liter mates nearby.  Ned was taken in by TBAR and received his vaccinations and neutering.  He has a very thick and lovely coat, and at 5 months old he was a big kitten, but very healthy and affectionate with a strong character personality.  Since he spent so much time with his foster parent’s dogs, he was known to act a bit like a dog, himself.  He would come when he was called, and yeowl at the door when the dogs ran to it barking.

Odette

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Odette is a gorgeous little red tabby who was found abandoned in a park.  She was clearly dumped as she had no behavior indicative of a feral kitten.  Odette was taken in and given all of her shots.  She gets along great with dogs and cats.  We were so happy when she found her forever home!

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Caramel is an American short hair cat, who was spayed and up to date with routine shots.  She has found her forever home.

Cats Adopted in 2012

T-Bar’s Cats & Kittens
* Adopted * 

 Shadow
Name: Shadow
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Male
Age: Adult
Status: Adopted
Description: Two year old black boy found at Somerville’s Las Fuentes restaurant. Loving and sweet. Shadow is neutered, vaccinated and ready for his forever home. He is FIV positive, but please don’t hold it against him. He doesn’t know it; and should live a long and happy life. He would love his very own home where he is the only cat or a home with other FIV cats. ** An orange and white FIV kitty is available through Cat’s Cradle Feline Rescue. These two would make a good pair for someone **
 Sammy
Name: Sammy – ADOPTED
Breed: Siamese
Gender: Male
Age: Adult
Status: Adopted
Description:Sammy is a real sweet heart. He has many variations of a meow and loves to let you know how happy he is to see you. At 1 year old, he’s still playful like a kitten, but loves attention. He’s happy to sleep with you and has a wonderful personality. Sammy has food allergies which are easily managed with natural food and some daily medicine which he takes well.  Sammy is a true Lilac Point with his delicate coloring and pointed face.
 Princess
Name: Princess
Breed: Calico
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Status: Adopted
Description: “There’s been some mistake!”, Princess says. Royalty is supposed to be pampered in luxury, not put in a crate! This beautiful, calico girl is ready to be pampered and adored as your indoor-only cat. She’s sweet and loving and ready to purr! She’s spayed and vaccinated
 Zane
Name: Zane = ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Male
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:ADOPTED – Thank You!Maisy was already struggling all on her own to provide for her kittens, and then she sustained an injury rendering her front leg useless. A True Blue Animal Rescue (TBAR) foster home volunteer found them and cared for them all. The boy Zane, a stunning gray with white mittens, and Marmalade & Patches (the beautiful calico girls) are now about 8-9 wks. old, weaned, socialized, and ready for forever homes. TBAR also has two kittens about 6 wks. old and a sweet and lovely gray tabby mama cat and two tabby kittens. Please consider adopting a pair. They keep each other company and bring you twice the joy. TBAR will discount the adoption fee for a second or third cat or kitten. For more about these kittens, and the other animals at TBAR, contact us at 936-878-2349 or visit the website at www.t-bar.org to see color photos.
 Marmalade
Name: Marmalade – ADOPTED
Breed: Calico
Gender: Female
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:Maisy was already struggling all on her own to provide for her kittens, and then she sustained an injury rendering her front leg useless. A True Blue Animal Rescue (TBAR) foster home volunteer found them and cared for them all. The boy Zane, a stunning gray with white mittens, and Marmalade & Patches (the beautiful calico girls) are now about 8-9 wks. old, weaned, socialized, and ready for forever homes. TBAR also has two kittens about 6 wks. old and a sweet and lovely gray tabby mama cat and two tabby kittens. Please consider adopting a pair. They keep each other company and bring you twice the joy. TBAR will discount the adoption fee for a second or third cat or kitten. For more about these kittens, and the other animals at TBAR, contact us at 936-878-2349 or visit the website at www.t-bar.org to see color photos.Adopted, Thank You!
 Patches
Name: Patches – ADOPTED
Breed: Calico
Gender: Female
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:Maisy was already struggling all on her own to provide for her kittens, and then she sustained an injury rendering her front leg useless. A True Blue Animal Rescue (TBAR) foster home volunteer found them and cared for them all. The boy Zane, a stunning gray with white mittens, and Marmalade & Patches (the beautiful calico girls) are now about 8-9 wks. old, weaned, socialized, and ready for forever homes. TBAR also has two kittens about 6 wks. old and a sweet and lovely gray tabby mama cat and two tabby kittens. Please consider adopting a pair. They keep each other company and bring you twice the joy. TBAR will discount the adoption fee for a second or third cat or kitten. For more about these kittens, and the other animals at TBAR, contact us at 936-878-2349 or visit the website at www.t-bar.org to see color photos.Adopted, Thank You!
 Chantilly
Name: Chantilly – ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Female
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:This barn kitten along with 2 other kittens and their momma were left behind when the people moved. Thankfully a caring neighbor and TBar volunteer found them and took care of them. They are now old enough to be adopted.Adopted, Thank You !
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Name: Lacey – ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Status: Adopted
Description:These barn kittens (Blacky, Chantilly, and Tigrette) and their momma were left behind when the people moved. Thankfully a caring neighbor and TBar volunteer found them and took care of them. They are now old enough to be adopted.Adopted, Thank You !
 Blacky
Name: Blacky – ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Male
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:This barn kitten along with 2 other kittens and their momma were left behind when the people moved. Thankfully a caring neighbor and TBar volunteer found them and took care of them. They are now old enough to be adopted.Adopted, Thank You !
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Name: Tigrette – ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Female
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:ADOPTED – Thank You!This barn kitten along with 2 other kittens and their momma were left behind when the people moved. Thankfully a caring neighbor and TBar volunteer found them and took care of them. Tigrette is so cute, she could get by on looks alone. But Tigrette has personality plus as well. In spite of a rough start in life, this adorable10 week-old kitten has already blossomed into an outgoing, playful bundle of feline energy. Tigrette gets along with other cats and with dogs, and she loves to cuddle with humans. She and her playmates have brought great delight to her True Blue Animal Rescue foster family, but she is now ready for a forever home.
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Name: Kitten1
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description: A TBar volunteer found a pregnant cat that had three kittens. The kittens are three weeks old as of 6/2/2011 and we are taking adoption applications now. Mom has already been adopted.
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Name: Kitten2 – ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:A TBar volunteer found a pregnant cat that had three kittens. The kittens are three weeks old as of 6/2/2011 and we are taking adoption applications now. Mom has already been adopted.Adopted, Thank You!
 Kitten3
Name: kitten3 – ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:A TBar volunteer found a pregnant cat that had three kittens. The kittens are three weeks old as of 6/2/2011 and we are taking adoption applications now. Mom has already been adopted.Adopted, Thank You!
 Bob
Name: Bob – LOST IN CHAPPEL HILL
Breed: Domestic Short Hair / Mixed
Gender: Male
Age: Young
Status: Adopted
Description:BOB has been missing from his new adoptive home since Thursday, May 3rd in the downtown Chappell Hill area. Please be on the lookout for Bob. He will most likely be scared and hungry, but is a very sweet cat. His original foster mom and new adoptive family are sick over Bob being missing. Please help bring Bob home!!!Please contact TBAR at 936-878-2349 or help@t-bar.org for more information. Adoption application is available on the website – www.t-bar.org.
 Carter
Name: Carter – ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Male
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted

Description:Cute kittens found abandoned. Adoption donation includes vaccinations and spay/neuter.

Their names are  officially Carter ( male), Kelly & Heidi. All have had shots, worming & defleaing. Very friendly, litter box trained, @ 6 weeks old. Found in a hot old metal storage w/o food or water. All were very scared & shy but adapted to home living , humans & dogs after 3 days.
ADOPTED – THANK YOU!
 Kelly
Name: Kelly – ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Female
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted

Description:Cute kittens found abandoned. Adoption donation includes vaccinations and spay/neuter.

Their names are  officially Carter ( male), Kelly & Heidi. All have had shots, worming & defleaing. Very friendly, litter box trained, @ 6 weeks old. Found in a hot old metal storage w/o food or water. All were very scared & shy but adapted to home living , humans & dogs after 3 days.
ADOPTED – Thank You!

 

 Heidi
Name: Heidi – ADOPTED
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Female
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted

Description:Cute kittens found abandoned. Adoption donation includes vaccinations and spay/neuter.

Their names are  officially Carter ( male), Kelly & Heidi. All have had shots, worming & defleaing. Very friendly, litter box trained, @ 6 weeks old. Found in a hot old metal storage w/o food or water. All were very scared & shy but adapted to home living , humans & dogs after 3 days.
ADOPTED – Thank You!
 Ty
Name: Ty
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Male
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:Very gentle…Adoption fee includes certificate for spay/neuter…Contact TBAR at 936-878-2349 for more information. Adoption application is available to download from our website at http://www.t-bar.org
 Emilee
Name: Emilee
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Female
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:Very gentle…Adoption fee includes certificate for spay/neuter…Contact TBAR at 936-878-2349 for more information. Adoption application is available to download from our website at http://www.t-bar.org
Name: Kittens – Orange and White
Breed: Domestic Short Hair / Domestic Medium Hair
Age: Baby
Status: Adopted
Description:Four boys and one little girl…. Healthy kittens ready for adoption.All kittens have been adopted, except one beautiful, orange boy. The newest pictures are on our Facebook page…Applications available from our website: www.t-bar.org

 

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Cats Adopted in 2010

Jack Black – 11 month old black cat as of June 2010
ADOPTED – Thank You!

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Vaccinated and spayed/neutered. Black Jack is a short-haired, very shiny and sleek, black cat. He’s not all black because he has 10 white hairs on his chest and a couple on his back – go figure! He has beautiful yellow eyes and a great purr. He’s a little shy at first, but given time to warm up to you, he’s a cuddler!  He gets along great with big dogs and with other cats. No risk involved – you win with Black Jack!

SYBIL – April 2010 – pictured at 18 weeks
ADOPTED – Thank You!
  
 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABeautiful Sybil loves to romp and play. When her playtime is over, nothing makes her happier than crawling up on your chest and enthusiastically purring while you pet her until she drifts off to sleep; content just to be with you. Sybil also enjoys playing with her siblings and with fluffy mouse toys and ping pong balls. She is a very sweet kitten and would be a joyful addition to your family. Sybil is an exquisite deep gray & white short-hair kitten with the most appealing markings! At 19 weeks of age she is spayed and ready for her new home with a special person who will love and care for her always. For more about Sybil contact TBAR at 936-878-2349

SCOTTY  pictured at 11 weeks
ADOPTED – Thank you!

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Scotty looks a lot like Sybil, but has a gray spot on his chin and an all gray tail. Scotty has been neutered. He is the first one to greet you when you walk in the room and jumps into your lap and purrs. He’s more interested in loving now then playing. He’s a little bigger than his two sisters, but still adorable! 

 PRECIOUS pictured at 8 weeks
ADOPTED – Thank you!

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Precious has wonderful ‘eye-liner’ markings on her race and a white-tipped tabby colored tail. She and Sybil are the same size and love to play together. Precious has a wonderful purr and will eventually fall asleep on you. 

 Lexi – ADOPTED – Thank You!
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7 Week old Black Kittens – ADOPTED – Thank You!

 

KathrynskittensIt’s true you can’t buy love – but you can certainly adopt it. These precious orphaned kittens (four of six total) are in desperate need of homes. Their lives were saved thanks to loving bottle-feeding by a True Blue Animal Rescue (TBAR) staff member, and they are now on wet food and ready for their forever families. A kitten in your home is a joy to behold, and having two kittens who can play with each other is more fun than you can imagine – so TBAR is offering your choice of any one or two kittens for a single adoption fee. They are about 7 weeks old and are sweet, affectionate, and well-socialized. They come with all their shots and a certificate for free neuter or spay. Save a life and adopt instead of buying a pet. For more information call 936-878-2349.

Cats Adopted in 2009

Demi – 9 month calico girl
ADOPTED – Thank You!

DemiTo outsiders, Demi’s life in foster care probably seems like an idyllic fairy tale. But Demi feels more like Cinderella. Even though she lives in a nice home/castle and her basic needs are cared for, Demi has evil step-sisters and brothers (cats) that are mean to her. They don’t accept her, so poor Demi has to stay in her room except for when the step-siblings leave the house for a while. Demi longs for her own home where she can live freely to love and be loved. She promises  to follow you everywhere, take naps in your lap, sleep on your bed, and purr really loud to let you know she’s happy. Demi knows she’s special because she was born with a perfect orange heart on her right shoulder. She is a petite 9-month-old calico; white with big patches of orange & black on her head, tail and left side. Already spayed and vaccinated, Demi is waiting for her fairy tale ending – a forever home. For more about Demi, contact TBAR at 936- 878-2349

Cole –  ADOPTED – Thank You!

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Two year old black boy with white spot on his chest and on his belly. Cole is a sweetheart even though he’s been an outside cat his whole life. He loves to be pet and scratched and even comes when called. He’s neutered, FIV/FeLeuk negative, had his shots and is ready for his forever home.  

Max @ 6 months – ADOPTED – Thank you!

MaxMax is the smallest of the 3 boys;  and likes to be held like a baby if you scratch him on his chest. His coloring is a cross between Seal and Lilac Point. He purrs very loudly when given love.  All of them impress the vets and their helpers with their personalities.

Cats Adopted in 2007

Hallie – ADOPTED – Thank You! 

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Adorable 4 month old calico girl. Found caught up in barbed wire. Has healed up just fine and is a real lap cat with a big purr you can hear across the room! She’s had her shots, is spayed and ready for her forever home. Hallie and Derry were adopted together – Thank You!

Derry – ADOPTED – Thank You! 

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Sweet 4 month old orange tabby boy. His best friend is Hallie, above. Consider adopting the two together! Hallie and Derry were adopted together – Thank You!

CASSIDY – ADOPTED – Thank You!

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Cassidy  loves to have you rub his belly and shows his pleasure by kneading gently on your arms. He knows not to use his claws with people already too. A big purr from this little body, Cassidy is a snuggler. He’s a kitten, so he’s ready to play with his siblings or you! He’s already had his first kitten shots including rabies and feline leukemia; and he’s neutered.  6/04/07 – 4 months

AUDREY – ADOPTED – Thank You!  

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Named after the actress, Audrey Hepburn, this demure, little girl will fool you at first, acting shy and scared. But give her a moment to get used to something new and then she’s running around, acting playful!  She’s quite capable of holding her own when playing with the boys; and has even been known to be the instigator! She may be the demure one, but she has the loudest meow. Her calico colors are beautifully muted gray and tan/orange, with blue/gray eyes. For being the smallest, she has the loudest purr! She’s already had her  first kitten shots including rabies and feline leukemia; and she’s spayed.


BENZ – ADOPTED – Thank You!

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As in Mercedes Benz, cause this little boy is a class act. He wants first and foremost to sit on your shoulder and purr; then he’ll run and play with his siblings. Of the three kittens, he’s the most brave…  His looks are a lot like a Russian Blue cat.

Gray and White – Adopted THANK YOU!

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Gray and White – Adopted THANK YOU!

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Houdini – ADOPTED – Thank you!
1 yr Male Tabby Cat

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Sugar – ADOPTED – Thank You!
1.5 yr old girl

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Pepper – ADOPTED – Thank You!
1 yr old girl 

Pepper 

ADOPTED – Thank You!

Eric

ADOPTED – Thank You!

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Zane – ADOPTED – Thank You!

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A rare Tabico. Very affectionate & playful (kittens just don’t like posing for photos much).
He’s about 8 weeks old, with beautiful, unusual markings.
Fascinated with the horses and not the least bit scared- thus the cowboy name.

Whiskers – ADOPTED – Thank You!

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Curious and not the least bit camera shy.
Whiskers is about 7 weeks old and playful (see below).

Whiskers (showing his belly) and
Sparky – ADOPTED – Thank You!

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Hercules – ADOPTED – Thank You!

Hercules

A handsome British Shorthair Tabby.
This is one tough little guy. He is determined to push the heavy tack room door open
to see what’s on the other side. He’s about 7 weeks old. 

Thelma – ADOPTED – Thank You!

Thelma

A beautiful long haired angora kitten.
She and her sister Louise are very adventurous and loving. Only about 8 weeks old.

Thelma & Louise – ADOPTED – Thank You!

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Checking out the bounty!

Elise – ADOPTED – Thank You!

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Elise is a very elegant, composed Calico.
She just calmly watches the others at play like any good princess. S
he looks older & bigger in the photo but she’s only about 9 weeks.

Bailey – ADOPTED – Thank You!

Bailey

What? Where’s the camera?!
Bailey posed perfectly – in the wrong direction.
Don’t hold it against him please – Bailey’s about 7 weeks old. 

Onyx – ADOPTED – Thank You!

Onyx

Another long haired beauty.
Onyx is calm and collected, posing like royalty atop his personal perch.
He’s about 8 weeks old and stunning– photo doesn’t do justice at all !

Midnight – ADOPTED – Thank You!

Midnight

The friendliest, most affectionate kitten ever!
He’s a gorgeous long hair, solid black angora, About  9 weeks old. A real purr-ball!

Cassidy –  ADOPTED – Thank You!

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Patches – ADOPTED – Thank You! Patches is one lucky girl! Surviving on her own for 7 months, she somehow managed to avoid getting hit by a car or attacked by dogs, and even found a kind soul to give her some food. Then along came a True Blue Animal Rescue member who trapped her to bring her to safety. This loving, playful, black and orange calico cat is now 8 months old, healthy, spayed, vaccinated and ready for a forever home. Patches has discovered that people are wonderful! She loves exploring her new world of indoor life; and lives for being petted. She’ll rub against your legs, and loves to sit in your lap and be held. She has quite the purr too! Her striking markings, like the orange stripe down her nose, just add to her character. So far, there’s nothing she doesn’t like – she’s even fine with other cats & dogs. See the world for the first time again, as you watch Patches discover and learn about your world. As long as she has you to run to for safety, she’s curious and willing to explore. 

Cats Adopted in 2006

 

Tabitha T-Bar Name: Tabitha T-Bar Number: C001 Weight:5lbs
Sex: Female Age on 10/30/05: 11 weeks
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Tabby w/ some calico
Tiger T-Bar Name: Tiger T-Bar Number: C002 Weight:5lbs
Sex: Male Age on 10/30/05: 11 weeks
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Grey Tabby

Mama Cat – ADOPTED – Thank You!
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Z Tail Calico – ADOPTED – Thank you!
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Pumpkin – ADOPTED – Thank you!
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ADOPTED – Thank you!
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Black Kitten – ADOPTED – Thank you!
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Angel – Adult Persian Mix
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This little girl came to us weighing in at a mere 4 pounds; 1/2 of what a healthy cat should weigh! She’s spending her time eating, sleeping, playing and getting healthy. In one short week, she already has alot more energy and her hair is growing back. We call her Angel, because she must have had Divine help to find her way to a caring soul and then TBAR –

Update: 8/4/2006 – Angel was ADOPTED! Thank you!

 

ADOPTED – Thank You!
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ADOPTED – Thank You!
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