FURever homes needed.

Before my daughter woke up Christmas morning,
the kittens got first dibs
with the gifts. They loved all of the ribbon.
So much to attack. haha
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I'm sitting at my computer listening to four kittens and their mom romp around next to me -- playing with a discarded box from Christmas, one of my daughter's toys and jumping around on each other. They are having a blast!

It's these little dudes and mom who need a furever home in a few weeks. First things first though, they are still too young and before anyone can get adopted, they have to get "fixed" first. There are enough animals in need of homes that it's important to keep them from repopulating.

All of the babies are girls and are still without names. We keep trying to think of names but none sound appealing enough. I want them to have a name that is so perfect and adorable that someone says, "Oh her name is ________? Awww it's perfect." LOL  I'm hopeful we'll think of something OR feel free to suggest names.

I also realized that the name we picked for the mother - Isis: (Greek form of Egyptian) which possibly means "the throne." In Egyptian mythology Isis was the goddess of the sky and nature, the wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus. She was also worshiped by people outside of Egypt, such as the Greeks and Romans.

She looks royal to me -- like a Sphinx should be built in her honor but then I realized that ISIS is destroying the name Isis. Ugh* Those damn terrorists are ruining the beautiful name Isis the same way the Nazis corrupted the swastika that was originally used as a sacred symbol in Buddhism. Before becoming a symbol of hate it it signified auspiciousness and good fortune.

Bummer. So maybe the name Isis won't work after all. Perhaps we'll settle on another name like Cleopatra.

We are fostering them from the Humane Society of Saint Lucie County that's located at 100 Savannah Road, Fort Pierce, FL.  Their number is 772-461-0687.  Although you can try to reserve the adoption for the kitties or mom, I will certainly announce the days they'll be available at Petsmart in Saint Lucie West for adoption. I believe fostering them benefits the kitties -- who wants to be in shelter jail anyway? By fostering them, we help socialize them and make them comfortable to be around children and adults, live in a home and make sure that they are all full of purrs and happiness when adoption day comes around.

Without further ado, here are photos of the beautiful adoptable kitties and mom.


Before my daughter woke up Christmas morning, the kittens got first dibs
with the gifts. They loved all of the ribbon. So much to attack. haha
© Girona Consulting, 2014

Before my daughter woke up Christmas morning, the kittens got first dibs
with the gifts. They loved all of the ribbon. So much to attack. haha
© Girona Consulting, 2014

Before my daughter woke up Christmas morning, the kittens got first dibs
with the gifts. They loved all of the ribbon. So much to attack. haha
© Girona Consulting, 2014

© Girona Consulting, 2014


© Girona Consulting, 2014

© Girona Consulting, 2014

Peeking out of the box.
One gray kitty has a white chin, the other doesn't.
© Girona Consulting, 2014

I was told she may be part Siamese. She is a talker!! I mean,
I have never heard a cat share so many stories all day.
The person who ends up offering her a furever home will certainly find themselves
in good company because she will always let you know she is there and how she is doing.
© Girona Consulting, 2014

The mom has pretty yellow eyes and the gray ones have beautiful
blue eyes. 

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This kitty loves hiding and playing under the long curtains. 

© Girona Consulting, 2014

© Girona Consulting, 2014

Peeking out of his kitty cat tower made of cardboard boxes. 

This one reminds me of a black granite or marble. So cute!! 

I love how this one looks like the gray kitty is trying to kiss the black kitty
but the black kitty shut that kiss down.
Paw to Mouth.
Kisses denied. hahaha

Mom and Gray Baby 

Personality Profiles

In terms of personality ...

The mom is a talker. Part Siamese perhaps. She is very lean and very vocal. She is still pretty shy but likes to be close by her human without necessarily getting pet all of the time. She does love being pet on the top of the head and back though. She isn't a lap cat (at least not yet) but in the right home may certainly turn into a lap cat.

The gray kitties are my favorite. They are long haired, lazy as can be when they aren't  playing and are the kind of cats who will crawl onto your lap, lay on their back with their cute big bellies showing and fall asleep. They are little love balls. Absolutely adorable.

The black and white kitten is full of energy and would make a great home with kids -- they can help exhaust each others ( moms will know what I mean by that. LOL )  She is friendly and a bit feisty. So much energy from the runt of the little is surprising because she is so small. She is short haired and has a slender build.

The marble colored cat is more similar to the black kitty in terms of energy. She loves playing. She is always the first to explore "uncharted territory" in our house and has such a lovable and keen sense of adventure. My guess is that she'll be the best with other animals and dogs as well.

None of the kittens are talkers like their mom. She speaks enough for everyone, I guess. LOL 

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