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BREAKING MEWS: QuinnBunny and Macey are going home… together! ,We..

BREAKING MEWS: QuinnBunny and Macey are going home… together!

We are SO grateful to their amazing new human! She fell in love with both of these special former ferals, and is fully committed to giving QuinnBunny the love, patience and special medical care she needs to be happy and pain-free for the rest of her life. <3

Homes like these are hard to find, so Macey and QuinnBunny are two VERY lucky girls! Follow their adventures after they go home tomorrow at QB & Macey - From Hisses to Kisses <3

Are you awesome enough to be loved by Wumpkin and Mali? Apply today,..

Are you awesome enough to be loved by Wumpkin and Mali? Apply today, at TinyKittens.com/adopt

These two kittens are ridiculously adorable, and have the BEST purrs. Mali is on the shy side, and Wumpkin is extremely outgoing, so they make a purrfect pairing. <3

We are located in Fort Langley, BC and we do consider out of area adoptions. Everything you need to know about adopting from us is at TinyKittens.com/adopt

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Our amazing snugglers make a HUGE difference in the lives of our ferals, especially the magnificent Calvin! Are you awesome enough to be loved by this handsome former feral? Apply at TinyKittens.com/adopt

Calvin has one eye and is currently in remission from diabetes. He is on a special diet and will need regular check-ups (just like any other cat) to monitor his blood glucose. He will also need someone who loves him for what he's survived, and will appreciate the joys of gaining his trust. He's been in our care for 155 days while we worked on socializing him and getting his diabetes under control... it's time for him to get the Furry Tail Ending he deserves! <3

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Join the #KittenWatch for Evolene, our (slightly gassy) new mama-to-be! Fall in love with her on our new 24/7 livestream at TinyKittens.com/evolene <3

Evolene is about six years old, and was abandoned at a farm when she was little. She joined a feral cat colony on the property, and has given birth to many kittens since. This will be her final litter of kittens, and she and her babies will all be spayed and neutered, then adopted into loving homes.

Meet the rest of the cats in her feral colony, where we will begin Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) in two weeks: TinyKittens.com/dolls

Guess what? We're officially on #KittenWatch for Evolene's final litter..

Guess what? We're officially on #KittenWatch for Evolene's final litter of kittens! Join the fun: TinyKittens.com/evolene <3

Our nose-to-tail exam at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital today confirmed she is indeed pregnant, and we are expecting 5(?) kittens. Evolene's poor body condition is likely a result of dental pain associated with eating typical wild cat fare (little creatures with sharp bones), but we will get test results back tomorrow just to make sure there's nothing else going on. Kitten radiographs will be posted at TinyTapeworms.

It has been absolutely amazing to see her health and confidence transform in less than a week, thanks to aggressive deworming, lots of love, and an unlimited supply of high quality Royal Canin Canada canned food. I was very concerned for her and any kittens when she first came in, but it looks like we trapped her just in time to turn things around - whew. We never know with our ferals, but today's news was as good as it could have been. :)

With her canned food diet and impressive weight gain, Evolene is likely already feeling relief from her mouth pain and should be purrfectly fine waiting until after the kittens are born to get the dental surgery she needs at the same time she is spayed.


BREAKING MEWS: Our work at Nano’s feral colony is officially done! ..

BREAKING MEWS: Our work at Nano’s feral colony is officially done!

We have stabilized the colony by spaying/neutering over 90% of the 63 cats, adopting out 18, and continuing to care for Mason and Calvin, who have special needs. The colony will decrease naturally over the next several years, and the remaining cats will receive the care they need on a daily basis to live happy, healthy lives.

The property owner has taken over daily feeding and care of the cats, which frees us up to shift our focus to TNR at the Lion colony. TinyKittens will continue to provide food for the cats at the Nano colony, and will continue to be available to support the property owner however we can.

This is a HUGE milestone for us, and I can feel Nano doing a tiny happy dance knowing his family and friends have much better lives now. Meet the cats in Nano’s colony at TinyKittens.com/nano

We are SO grateful to our amazing #TinyVillage for helping make this possible! It was a huge, challenging undertaking, but together we made SUCH a difference to these cats. Even better, we prevented hundreds of unwanted kittens from being conceived, only to suffer and die. We’re pretty sure our property owner sees the cats in a different light now too, which is pretty neat. <3

Our focus now shifts to the remaining cats in the Lion colony: TinyKittens.com/lion

We plan to bring in two cats a week for TNR until we exceed the 75% threshold that means the colony is stabilized and will begin to decline naturally over time. The Great Pumpkin and Rhoda were spayed/neutered this morning which brings us to 47% of the Lion colony complete. :D


And on the fourth day... Evolene turned into a purring, biscuit-making..

And on the fourth day... Evolene turned into a purring, biscuit-making lap kitty who won't be returning to the wild. <3

Don't miss this remarkable transformation, LIVE, as it unfolds: TinyKittens.com/evolene

We have an appointment at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital on Thursday for a full exam, testing and possibly some radiographs. As of tonight's weigh-in, she weighs 6.86lbs, which a very encouraging gain of .43lbs. She is having some bowel issues (to put it politely) which happen to most of the ferals we bring in due to deworming, sudden change in diet and stress. I'm hoping it will improve over the next week.

It is quite possible poor little Evolene was dumped years ago after being someone's pet. There are many gingers currently in the colony who share her round face and adorable features. Knowing she is older, it is likely she is mom, grandma, auntie, great-grandma, etc. to many of them, so we know she's been living wild for quite a while.