Tiny was someones pet at one time. That someone allowed her to get pregnant and then took her and her four babies and dumped them on the Hudson Trail in Union Beach. We rescued her and her babies. The babies all got wonderful homes but no one was interested in the most awesome momma. She is so sweet and beautiful. She has been spayed and vaccinated and tested negative for FeLv and FIV. Our vet believes that Tiny was born in early 2015.
This young Mom, teenage daughter and five baby kittens were about to lose their feeder. The feeder posted them on Facebook stating that she was moving and was afraid for this family that she was leaving behind, as the neighbor did not like cats and might poison them. We rescued all of them. All of Tosha's babies were adopted but she is still waiting for a home of her own. She is a young kitty herself and VERY sweet. We believe that she was born around August 5, 2015. She is FeLV/FIV negative, spayed and up to date on all of her vaccines
Aslan is a gorgeous, laid-back, medium-haired boy. He and his brother & mother were dumped on the Hudson Trail in Union Beach. We took them in and provided vet care. He was born approximately early March 2018. He has been neutered, tested negative for FeLv and FIV, and is up-to-dates on all vaccinations.
Marvin was a Christmas present for someone who really did not want a kitten as a gift. So, unwanted he was turned into a high kill shelter as a baby. He is one a the sweetest, cutest little tuxedos that you will ever meet. Marvin was born around the beginning of November 2015 so he will soon be waiting three years for someone that does want him. He is FeLV and FIV negative, neutered and up to date on all his vaccines.
Adonis is a VERY beautiful black cat, he looks like a small panther. He showed up at a colony in New Brunswick with a large puncture wound on his neck. The feeder had witnessed a man setting his large dog on the colony. We rescued Adonis and had his wound treated. He was already neutered and we tried to find his owner but could not. He was updated with his vaccines and tested negative for FeLV and FIV. He would like to be an only-cat.
Big Red was purchased as a Christmas present but the buyer did not realize that a Japanese Bobtail is different than an American Bobtail. Big Red turned out to be an unwanted Christmas present and was turned into a high kill shelter. He is so sweet and just wants someone to love him for who he is, an awesome little kitty!!! Big Red was born around August 9, 2014. He is FeLV/FIV negative, neutered and up to date on all of his vaccines.
Harambe had a rough start in life, having been taken from his mother as soon as he was born. He is also deaf. But after two years has found a wonderful home.
Juliet was rescued from a 4-lane highway in Indiana. The rescuer brought her home to NJ but was unable to keep her. St. Francis took her and and found her a loving home.
Four-year-old Pip and one-year-old Blaze have been in foster care together for nearly a year. We are thrilled that they were adopted together. As you can see they love playing together.
Dixie was rescued from a yard in Tinton Falls with her two sisters when she was about 6 weeks old. She has been waiting for her forever home and she has finally found her forever home!
Dottie was rescued from an apartment complex in Old Bridge when she was 4 weeks old. Despite being an awesome cat, she was overlooked for adoption due to a spot on her eye. After 4.5 years she now has a loving home.