Sunday, February 10, 2013

Untitled

MEET ASHA!
Img_1679
Asha was rescued as a tiny baby. She was severely immaciated and sick. Furkids brought her into their program. I hand fed her for weeks, we treated her illness which also included her left eye having to be removed. Now she is a thriving and most wonderful little girl!
Img_1639
Please contact http://furkids.org if oyu are interested in her! you can contact me as well if you are inetersted.

She is in the midst of receiving all of her vaccinations, and will be spayed, along with any other testing or neccesary vetting needed.

http://katebranchbrowne.posterous.com/175186842http://katebranchbrowne.posterous.comkatebranchbrowne's posterous

Monday, June 25, 2012

Untitled

MEET HARPER, THE 8 MONTH OLD SPOT TABBY, SWEETEST LAP CAT GIRL! 

Photo
Harper is a spot Tabby. so, instead of stripes markings, she has spots! Above are two pictures of Harper with my 3 year old daughter. Harper is fully vetted and looking for her home-sweet-forever-home! She is only 8 months old, and is the most loving, soft, purry, lap kitty! She was rescued from a hgh kill Animal Control in the nick of time with her two siblings (with another foster).

Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to meet sweet Harper.

katherine.branch@gmail.com

843-655-7012

 

All cats and kittens coming into my home have been tested for FiV and FeLV. They are also treated for fleas and any other illnesses that show up. They have all received a fecal test and treated for any intestinal parasites if found. Upon adoption (unless otherwise arranged) they will be spayed or neutered and have received their first round of vaccinations (pending on age). Older cats may just need their yearly boosters.

 The most important part of rescuing and fostering kittens and cats, besides good health and proper vetting, is to spend as much time as possible showering them with love, attention, and assurance, so that they blossom into their own personalities and ultimately are the most adoptable addition to a good home and family.

Other than this they are feed the most heathy diet to support my intent of overall health and happiness.

http://katebranchbrowne.posterous.com/141109206http://katebranchbrowne.posterous.comkatebranchbrowne's posterous

Friday, May 4, 2012

Untitled

Meet Birdie, the Fame Point Siamese Rescue Mama, and her 3 Orange Kittens!

Img_0835
Img_0765

Birdie got her name because she does not meow, but does a combination of a chirp and a purr. It has the effect of showing her pleasure and happiness. She was rescued in the nick of time, by me,  from Animal Control along with her 3 little Buff Orange babies. They are all so friendly and precious! Birdie, their Mama, is a beautiful Flame Point Siamese, and has wonderful chrystal clear Blue eyes. She is a wonderful kitty! She is a young and small Mama, as well as a fun little family companion! They would all make the perfect family pets.

All four will be ready for adoption in about 3 weeks! Come and meet them now! 

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions!

katherine.branch@gmail.com

404-228-6622

All cats and kittens coming into my home have been tested for FiV and FeLV. They are also treated for fleas and any other illnesses that show up. They have all received a fecal test and treated for any intestinal parasites if found. Upon adoption (unless otherwise arranged) they will be spayed or neutered and have received their first round of vaccinations (pending on age). Older cats may just need their yearly boosters.

The most important part of rescuing and fostering kittens and cats, besides good health and proper vetting, is to spend as much time as possible showering them with love, attention, and assurance, so that they blossom into their own personalities and ultimately are the most adoptable addition to a good home and family.

Other than this they are feed the most heathy diet to support my intent of overall health and happiness.

http://katebranchbrowne.posterous.com/128664214http://katebranchbrowne.posterous.comkatebranchbrowne's posterous