My owner lost his home and put me outside. Someone brought me here so I could be safe and taken care of. I'm one of the sweetest and most affectionate kitties you'll ever meet. I'm also pretty chatty. Is there room in your heart for me?Be sure to click on my picture to see more pics. You'll see I'm very photogenic.
I'm a beautiful ,fluffy fella. I've had some rough times in my 3 years of life. I was passed from family member to family member, and finally surrendered to Freedom Fences through no fault of my own. They're taking good care of me here, but I long for my own home where I can have security and love.
They named me Mr. Pumpkin because I came to Freedom Fences around Halloween. I was a friendly cat living in a feral colony outside a realtor’s office in Anderson. One of the nice ladies here realized that was no place for me especially since I was friendly. I’m so glad she brought me. I’m pretty relaxed and love to be petted.Click on my picture to see more pics.
I came here when I was 3 months old. My owner surrendered me, I'm not sure why. I'm a little shy and will need someone who can be patient with me. Once I trust I someone, I do enjoy being petted and loved on.
I was a stray in Anderson, and some nice person brought me here. I have a black heart under my chin and you probably noticed my 3 freckles. I'm very friendly, chatty and spunky. I never met a stranger. Click on my picture to see other pics.
I came to Freedom Fences as a kitten and had a throat polyp, and the good folks here made sure I had surgery for that. I'm doing better, although I still make a gurgle sound sometimes when I breathe. I'm a very friendly girl and love pets and rubs. If you come to the catio, I'm usually one of the first ones to greet you. Click on my picture to see more pics.
I came to Freedom Fences as a feral kitten with my littermates Sassy, Maizie, Noodles and Milo. I love attention probably more than any of them. Sassy is a close second. When someone comes around I look at them intensely with my green eyes and lean forward to be petted. Click on my picture to see more photos.
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