Cleo and Sammy are very bonded siblings who need a home! They’re a year old, and very playful, snuggly and SO MUCH FUN! We will be adopting them as a pair.

Apply to adopt: http://tinykittens.com/adopt

Cleo has regressive FeLV, which means she will need the same diligent vet care as any cat we adopt out, however there is a small chance her infection may be reactivated at some point in the future. Their purrfect adopter will provide a low stress home, lots of love, and ideally not have other cats just in case she has a flare-up in the future. We will happily answer any and all questions for qualified adopters! The first step is to fill out an application: http://tinykittens.com/adopt

MAY 21, 2020: Pregnant feral catermelon Sahara joined Stella today in the Feral Maternity Ward. Sahara is from Nano and Grandpa Mason’s feral colony, which is adjacent to the Happy Forest.

MAY 8, 2020: Stella had to have an emergency c-section after she started bleeding without having contractions. Thanks to the amazing team at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital, she gave birth to five beautiful kittens. Sadly, two were stillborn and we were unable to revive them. Three survived and we are doing everything we can to give them the best possible chance to thrive. Stella is recovering very well, and her uterus has finally been retired. Kittens are named: Twinkle (torbie girl), Thomas (ginger tuxie boy), Nash (ginger boy), Dorado (ginger boy, stillborn), Corvus (ginger boy with kinked tail, stillborn).

Please note: Stella is a rescued feral cat, and her environment, the way we interact with her, etc. are all tailored to minimize stress and maximize comfort whilst in captivity. If you have questions about why things are the way they are, please ask! There’s a reason for everything, and we have very good success using these techniques. 🙂

Each feral cat is different, and our job is to balance learning where their boundaries are, knowing when and how far to push boundaries to allow growth, and respecting boundaries enough to establish trust. In Stella’s case, we want to push her as much as possible before kittens are born to make it less stressful for her if she happens to need intervention during labor, and when we need to access kittens to weigh them and make sure they are healthy. The more we can learn and connect with her now, the easier this will be for her. Read on, for the rest of her incredible story!

More about Stella’s feral colony, which has had more than 350 cats: http://tinykittens.com/happyforest

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