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Sweetums would like you to watch with sound, and to make sure you know gassy kittens are no laughing matter. :D

Poor little guy has a prolapsed rectum, which we are working on fixing. :(
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Tune in LIVE for snuggle time with Suzanne: TinyKittens.com/live

Stachy, taking his pill capsule the easy way (thank goodness) the day after his massive dental surgery to remove 15 teeth and one unidentified foreign body. He’s a little swollen, but clearly feeling so much better whilst working on getting used to his new mouth. ❤️

Read more on our medical page at TinyTapeworms, if you're interested in more details. :)
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Stachy, taking his pill the easy way (thank goodness) the day after his massive dental surgery. He’s a little swollen, but feeling so much better and working on getting used to eating with his new ...

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Look how happy Stashy is, just hours after a massive dental surgery to remove 15 bad teeth! It's just amazing, and such a huge relief.

Sure, part of his excitement is due to some wondrous pain meds, but we can already see a marked improvement over how he has been feeling the last few days. Yay! Dental health is SO important!

We are so grateful once again to Mountain View Veterinary Hospital and to snuggler Linda (the human with him in this video) for making Stashy's most excellent evening of biscuits and purring possible. Tomorrow will be even better! <3

In case anyone missed his story, Stashy is a feral cat from our Happy Forest colony who we neutered back in 2015. He was never one of the regulars at our feeding station, so we hadn’t seen him around much until he started showing up this fall. He was emaciated and very sick, so we trapped him and brought him in to see how we could help. He is terminally ill with advanced kidney disease (more advanced than Grandpa Mason), and our goal is to maximize his quality of life for as long as we can. <3

To answer questions: He has many kidney-appropriate soft food options within inches of his comfy window bed. He vastly prefers kibble, so we soak it in warm water to make it nice and soft for him.
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BREAKING MEWS: We are SO SO thrilled to announce that Stashy was able to get his desperately-needed dental surgery today, and is doing well! Today’s surgery will make it possible for him to experience freedom from pain for the first time in a very long time.

15 decayed and abscessed teeth were removed (photos posted on TinyTapeworms, if you’re brave). He should start to feel relief almost immediately.

Having his dental pain fixed will massively improve his quality of life. At a time in his life when every day counts, we are grateful beyond words to Dr. F and the team at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital for figuring out a way to get his surgery done today.

We are also extremely grateful to the incredible Gwen, who has invested her whole heart into the “tough love” part of rescuing very ill, very complicated ferals like Stashy. She makes sure he gets his morning meds and fluids as compassionately as possible, seven days a week — a task that is both incredibly hard on the heart and physically challenging. Her skill, heart and prowess are unmatched!

Our volunteer snugglers have also made an extraordinary difference in Stashy’s quality of life, making sure that every day he gets to experience hours of positive interaction with humans who don’t give him meds and only do nice things, like petting and feeding. He LOVES being petted, and has serious lap cat potential.

In case anyone missed his story, Stashy is a feral cat from our Happy Forest colony who we neutered back in 2015. He was never one of the regulars at our feeding station, so we hadn’t seen him around much until he started showing up this fall. He was emaciated and very sick, so we trapped him and brought him in to see how we could help. He is terminally ill with advanced kidney disease (more advanced than Grandpa Mason), and our goal is to maximize his quality of life for as long as we can. <3

If you would like to donate toward his care, you may do so with our extreme gratitude at TinyKittens.com/donate <3
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This is what happens when you leave Grandpa in charge of the kids' hair.

You have to take it in from all angles to fully appreciate it. 🤣

Starring Grandpa Mason and his kittens, with a cameo from the TinyTuxies miracle kitten, Cassidy)

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Grandpa Mason and his kittens go camping, and when Mason sees me he tries to pretend he is not holding two Muppets captive inside his tent. :D

Submit your applications now for our four adorable Muppet kittens, or for our six remaining adorable and snuggly BC wildfire kittens: TinyKittens.com/adopt

Get to know them on our 24/7 livestreams at TinyKittens.com/live
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UPDATE: In case you missed it, Stashy's latest tests show his kidneys have stabilized, although his numbers remain worse than Mason's were when Mason first arrived. He had an ultrasound with a specialist last week, and we got results from biopsies today that show he may have early lymphoma in his spleen. That is better than a definite "yes", but not as good as a conclusive "no". In reality, his kidney disease is so advanced that even if he does have early lymphoma, it won't have time to develop into anything significant. The good news is that we believe he is stable enough for dental surgery, and that he will be able to enjoy the resulting improvement to his quality of life for long enough to make the surgery and recovery worthwhile for him. He is scheduled for surgery on the 24th. It is not without risks, but we feel very strongly that it would not be humane to leave his dental issues untreated.

As always, our focus will be on maximizing his quality of life for as long as we can. We would love to find an experienced local foster home for him for his sunset months (probably around six months but it's always difficult to predict). We are only able to consider fosters with experience giving fluids/meds AND experience working with ferals, because he can be challenging to medicate. If the right foster is not available, we will make sure he is very comfortable at TK HQ for the duration. If you have the right experience and think your heart might be strong enough to find joy giving him the best months of his life, please contact us at meow@tinykittens.com. We will cover his expenses.

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Stashy is a feral cat who showed up at our Happy Forest feeding station emaciated and sick. We brought him in about a month ago and have been working on getting him stronger and figuring out a diagnosis. We just got more test results back, so tune in to our livestream now to hear the latest: TinyKittens.com/live (Fire Ferals feed)

We neutered him back in 2015, but he was not one of our regulars so we did not have a relationship with him until we brought him in. Some of us think he might be related to Macey of QB & Macey - From Hisses to Kisses, because he has the same face/eyes AND has a very similar socialization pattern so far. <3
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We are having a massive wind/rain storm today in Fort Langley, which means we are likely to lose power. You can get updates on the BC Hydro website if that happens. The live feed for the fire ferals will stay on until our battery backups run out, but the Muppet’s computer is too powerful for the battery backups. Rest assured we are all safe, we just won’t be able to livestream both feeds if we lose power.

For those who enquire, we have investigated what would be required to install a backup generator that would allow us to function during power outages. We would need to upgrade and re-wire the entire electrical system in the house, in addition to purchasing and installing a generator big enough to run our essential electronics during an outage. We can’t justify spending so much money on improvements at this time because we don’t know how much longer we will be able to stay at our current location.

We definitely have this high on our list of priorities for when we are able to start planning for a new (hopefully more permanent) location, but in the meantime we really appreciate your patience every time we lose power! <3
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This is what you miss out on if you don’t watch our 24/7 rescue livestream: TinyKittens.com/live

There is a massive cuddle puddle currently in progress with Grandpa Mason and his kittens + TinyTuxies... It might be the most adorable thing you've ever seen! :D

P.S. Apply to adopt our fire ferals or our Muppet kittens: TinyKittens.com/adopt <3
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BREAKING MEWS! Cariboo and Ellie have been adopted! These super-sweet bonded sisters were rescued from the wildfires in BC this summer, along with their extended family of 13.

Follow their adventures in their new home at Tiny Kittens at Home, and HUGE thanks to their adopters for adopting a bonded pair and being willing to share their lives with us!

We still have six of Cariboo and Ellie's family looking for homes... fall in love with them on our 24/7 livestream at TinyKittens.com/live and then apply to adopt at TinyKittens.com/adopt!

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#RectumWatch is back! :(

Sweetums had a relapse of his prolapse, so he's currently scheduled for a purse string procedure on Monday. We are in negotiations with his rectum trying to convince it it's in its best interest to return to its home planet (and STAY there) before then.

A purse string is a suture that is placed around the anus to hold the rectum inside. It's a bit tricky, because it needs to be big enough to let the poop out, but small enough to keep the rectum in. We're told Patty's situation is extremely unusual, so paws crossed Sweetums falls into the 'normal' category and we can get this fixed for him. 😬
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Stachy, taking his pill the easy way (thank goodness) the day after his massive dental surgery. He’s a little swollen, but feeling so much better and working on getting used to eating with his new mouth. ❤️

The easy way for giving him his pills is to break them up into smaller pieces and then put them into a #5 gelatin capsule, cover with pill paste, roll in temptation dust, cross our fingers and beg.

That only works sometimes, so our next option is to blanket him and compound the pills into a liquid and give orally with a syringe. Which has been extremely challenging, given the condition of his mouth. We are hoping once he heals he will be less protective of his mouth and meds will get easier for all of us. His difficulty with meds is the biggest obstacle we are currently facing in trying to find him a sunset foster home.
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BREAKING MEWS: We are SO SO thrilled to announce that Stashy was able to get his desperately-needed dental surgery today, and is doing well! Today’s surgery will make it possible for him to experience freedom from pain for the first time in a very long time.

15 decayed and abscessed teeth were removed. He should start to feel relief almost immediately.

Having his dental pain fixed will massively improve his quality of life. At a time in his life when every day counts, we are grateful beyond words to Dr. F and the team at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital for figuring out a way to get his surgery done today, instead of next week.

We are also extremely grateful to the amazing Gwen, who has invested her whole heart into the “tough love” part of rescuing very ill, very complicated ferals like Stashy. She makes sure he gets his morning meds and fluids as compassionately as possible, seven days a week — a task that is both incredibly hard on the heart, and physically challenging.

Our volunteer snugglers have also made an extraordinary difference in Stashy’s quality of life, making sure that every day he gets to experience hours of positive interaction with humans who don’t give him meds and only do nice things, like petting and feeding. He LOVES being petted, and has serious lap cat potential.

In case anyone missed his story, Stashy is a feral cat from our Happy Forest colony who we neutered back in 2015. He was never one of our “regulars” at our feeding station, so we hadn’t seen him around until he started showing up this fall. He was emaciated and very sick, so we trapped him and brought him in to see how we could help. He is terminally ill with advanced kidney disease (more advanced than Grandpa Mason), and our goal is to maximize his quality of life for as long as we can. <3

If you would like to donate toward his care, you may do so with our extreme gratitude at TinyKittens.com/donate <3
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Camilla's well-used uterus has officially been retired! HUGE thanks to Dr. F and the team at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital for doing a marathon day for Camilla (mama to the Muppet kittens), Stashy and Patty today. <3 ... See MoreSee Less

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Marcus' injured leg. That swelling is not his elbow joint, it is from an infected puncture wound. Hopefully it will be smaller by tomorrow... thank goodness for pain meds and antibiotics!

I was pretty surprised he let me pet him for so long - mostly because he is nervous and in a new environment, but there were moments where he relaxed and started to enjoy it. We are still planning to return him to his forest home once he is fully healed, since he has a long way to go socialization-wise, and since we don't have enough homes and he is very happy with his friends and family in the forest. <3
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So... this is what a tapeworm segment looks like. The segments break off from the end of the worm when the tapeworm reaches maturity inside the cat's intestine, and then the segment crawls out of the cat's bum. Once they're out, they crawl for a bit and then dry up and break open, releasing eggs.

Luckily, tapeworms require an intermediate host (like a flea) in order to re-infect, so the eggs in that segment aren't going anywhere. We treated fleas on Sunday, and bumped up her tapeworm treatment to today.
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UPDATE 6:13pm: Rectum is back IN! For now...

In other news, one of our new ~3 week old kittens also has a prolapsed rectum.

Well played, Universe.
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UPDATE 11:23pm: In, even after a tiny poop! It has been in and out all day/evening - her extreme purring seems to be what makes it come out, and then when she rests like a good girl it goes back in. She's very special.
UPDATE 6:52pm: IN! (resting)
UPDATE 4:54pm: OUT. (purring too hard)

Current Status: IN! #RectumWatch2017

Adorable Patty was rescued from the wildfires, and we have been working hard to fix a VERY challenging prolapsed rectum so she can be cleared for adoption. She had a colopexy surgery yesterday with a specialist, and as soon as she woke up, we were all disappointed to see her rectum pushed right back out. It remains to be seen whether it will stay in, but it's in right now and that's worthy of a tiny celebration!

Patty is feeling much more herself today (as you can see, with all the purring and the biscuits)... :D
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UPDATE: 12:58pm - Patty did well with the surgery, however as soon as she woke up, her rectum came back out. In true Tinykittens style, the specialist has never seen this happen before, and is researching what our next steps should be. We are all disappointed, but remain as determined as ever to figure this out. Patty will be at TinyTuxies HQ tonight, and we'll go from there.

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Patty is in surgery with a specialist, and things are going well so far. She is getting a colopexy to try to fix her chronic prolapsed rectum from the inside, since fixing it the usual way has not been successful.

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Cache has a malformation of his left shoulder, which is likely congenital in origin. He has medial subluxation of his left shoulder as a result of the malformations in his scapula, glenoid cavity and proximal humeral head.

Because he was likely born this way, his body has compensated and it does not seem to bother him. You may have noticed he has developed a slightly different gait, but he has full range of motion, bears full weight, uses both front legs normally, and does not seem painful when he is examined.

We have consulted with two specialists and they agree that as long as he is not painful and is able to walk well, he should be fine and not require any additional care. He and his sister Luca are currently in a home setting for closer observation to make sure we don't miss anything.

We always find the interesting ones!

We are still looking for the purrfect home for him and Luca! His adopters will need to be aware of this special feature so that if they ever notice him limping or showing signs of discomfort they can get him checked out.

If you're interested in adopting this extremely special marshmallow and his adorable sister: TinyKittens.com/adopt

There are surgical options if at some point in the future it becomes an issue, but they are options of last resort. We are looking into whether physical therapy might be of any benefit, although he truly does seem to have adapted just fine.
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Apparently the #MiracleKitten has had an exhausting day.

He’s not drugged, just soooooo comfy.... 😂
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The #MiracleKitten has very stringent requirements when it comes to litter boxes. Unfortunately, absorbency is not one of them. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here’s what happened after Original Bunny and Henson left the snuggle-bath party...

(Part 1 is posted at Grandpa Mason and his kittens :D )
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After seeing the TinyTuxies post yesterday with Original Bunny and Bean Bunny, I grabbed a screenshoot and mashed together a image with ALL the TK BUNNIES 💓 😺🐰🐇🐰😺💓

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Original Bunny + Bean Bunny!

The only thing missing is a Quinn Bunny - QB & Macey - From Hisses to Kisses :D
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Just a #MiracleKitten hugging his dewormer... 😂

(Technically, it's the Muppet kittens', but they are letting him borrow it)

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Believe it or not, there are more than enough appropriately sized beds to accommodate everyone comfortably. 😄

Starring Bartlett and Original Bunny
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ISOasis update! The construction is still coming along great and filling this building with fur and purrs around Christmas time is looking great. For now, our parking lot and entrance is a little affected but we are still open! Please continue to visit, volunteer, and come to the shelter as normal - just use a little extra caution through the cone lined road as you enter :) Looking forward to seeing you all soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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After 121 days at the shelter, sweet Diesel is still waiting for his chance at a Furry Tail Ending. This senior at around 9 years old is absolutely lovely and an affectionate lap dog, who loves his walks and treats. Diesel came to us as a stray and is now looking for his furever home. Kids and a female dog look like they could be an option but no cats for this boy. Are you the home for him? Please give us a call at 604-857-5055 and ask to speak to his trainer for more information. Or share this post to help us find Diesel's furever home! #adoptdontshop ... See MoreSee Less

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With the Holidays right around the corner, Santa Claus will be making his annual appearance at the Patti Dale Animal Shelter!

We will be taking pictures with Santa by appointment from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm on Sunday, November 26, 2017.

This is a great opportunity for you to take a true family portrait with all your furry family members! There is a $20 minimum donation per session and $10 extra for each additional pose. Photos by the always wonderful Trav+Ash Photo.

Spaces are limited and by appointment only so if you are interested in booking a time slot call (604)857-5055 today!

See you there!
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LAPS Santa Photos

November 26, 2017, 11:00am - November 26, 2017, 4:00pm

With the Holidays right around the corner, Santa Claus will be making his annual appearance at the Patti Dale Animal Shelter! We will be taking pictures with Santa by appointment from 11:00 am – 4...

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Sunshine is a big gal with an even bigger heart! At about 11 years old, this poor girl found herself looking for a furever home. She is a big girl who is working on her much needed weight loss. Sunshine is doing very well on her diet, but still has a ways to go. She does need some help cleaning her back end, but this should only be required until she loses enough weight to clean on her own. She could live with a dog in her new home but does not enjoy cats. Sunshine is a snuggle bug who doesn't hold a grudge to those people who have to wipe her bum for her. If you would like more information on Sunshine, please give us a call at (604)857-5055 ext 208 or come by to visit her! We are open 7 days a week from 10:30am to 5:00pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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LAPS is hiring!

We are looking for someone to join our Animal Care Team at the Patti Dale Animal Shelter. We are currently recruiting for a part-time Animal Care Attendant who is passionate about animal care and enjoys working in a fast-paced environment. Experience working with animals is an asset. For more information about this position and how to apply, go to www.lapsbc.ca/about-us/employment/

Not for you? How about for someone you know? Please forward if you know someone who may be a good fit for our team! Thanks!

P.S. How cute is the adoptable Morgan pictured here!? :)
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Thank you so much to Monique and the Langley Times for this story about our recent Furry Tail Endings Gala. We are still amazed at the generosity of our community- both locally and worldwide - that made this event such a success.Thank you!

www.langleytimes.com/community/laps-gala-raises-record-91000-for-langley-animals/

(PS - keep an eye out for more Trav+Ash Photo photos coming soon!)
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Help Langley’s stray, lost and unwanted animals this holiday season. To donate go to www.lapsbc.ca/donate.
Thank you to everyone for your continuous support. The gift of community support is one we treasure and truly appreciate. We would not be able to do what we do at LAPS without the help of so many generous volunteers, donors, and adopters.
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Today, on World Kindness Day, we want to take a moment to thank you, our community - both locally and world wide - for your incredible commitment and kindness you show to the lost, needy, or unwanted animals at LAPS. We are constantly amazed by our donors, volunteers, and adopters that help make what LAPS does possible.

From the bottom of our hearts, we are thankful for your kindness.
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Princess Fiona’s two ADORABLE princes, Fergus and Farkle, and wee princess Felicia, are now 7 weeks old. In a few short weeks they’ll be ready to go to their furever homes 😊. These babies are all super social, playful, cuddly...and most definitely lap kitties ❤️. Gus Gus is very vocal, even in his sleep😳😊, and will quack (he reminds me of Donald Duck) until picked up or he has a lap to climb into. Farkle Sparkle is very chill and quiet (at least at this stage)...he’s my sweet little Sparkle bear. Felicia is quite a bit smaller than her brothers but marches around with the confidence and sweetness of a Princess...hey wait, she IS a Princess. And mama Fiona will also be ready for her super special furever home in a few weeks. I’ll post more about this lovely mama later in the week ❤️. If you are interested in adopting any (or two❤️) of these crazy adorable kittens and/or mama Fiona, please visit www.lapsbc.ca/adopt for an application form and information on the adoption process or contact to shelter directly. Thank mew ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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It was bound to happen ..... here is the Great Escape.
Petite Plumette has graduated from shy wee baby to energetic tiny toddler.
She has taken over the house, bossing around the dog and keeping me at her beck and call. :D
This stage is quite entertaining and has never been more adorable!
Plumette is now about seven weeks old.
She will be ready to find her furever home in just a few short weeks. LAPS is accepting applications for this little beauty, so make sure you get pre-approved now.
With all due respect to LAPS, my little granddaughter insists you got Plumette's name wrong because she looks EXACTLY like "Sheriff Callie". LOL <3 <3 (FM Rena)

www.lapsbc.ca/get-involved/animal-adoptionadoption-process/adoption-process/

#PlumettesJourney #OrphanFosterKitten
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Everyone say hi to Paisley - a very special little girl who will be looking for her furever home very soon. She is going to prefer a quiet home and may take a while to warm up to people, but she loves her cuddles and belly rubs. The application is available on the LAPS website. (LindaB for Foster mom Carly) ... See MoreSee Less

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Hi from Alex! She CAN’T WAIT for her visit to the Abbotsford Petsmart tomorrow afternoon 😊. She’ll be there from 1pm to 3pm. We’re both looking forward to meeting everyone and Alex is really hoping she meets her furever family ❤️😻❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Thyme and Tarragon from the #SpiceKittens would like everyone to know that they will be available for adoption next week!!!!!❤️😻
These two beauties are both very sweet and love cuddles and lap time!
If you would to share your ❤️ love ❤️ with these affectionate babies who are guaranteed to put a smile on your face, please fill out an application at www.lapsbc.ca or call 604-857-5055 for more information.

#SpiceKittens
#AdoptDontShop #LapsFosterKittens
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Alex is approximately 9 weeks old and is a super lovebug. She’s also a super pouncer, super purrer, super wrestler, super snuggler and gets super kitten zoomies 😜. This busy girl doesn’t do anything halfway. Come meet our sweet little girl who will be ready for her furever home very soon. ... See MoreSee Less

Kitten Meet and Greet - Alex

November 18, 2017, 1:00pm - November 18, 2017, 3:00pm

Alex is approximately 9 weeks old and is a super lovebug. She’s also a super pouncer, super purrer, super wrestler, super snuggler and gets super kitten zoomies 😜. This busy girl doesn’t do any...

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Happy mews Sunday...Moana was adopted today!! So happy for her and her new family!! :-)
Which means we're closed temporarily...stay tuned to see who we will have next.
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We have 2 new boys joining Moana at the Adoption Centre. Meet Martin (8 months) & Noche (2 years).
Come stop by to meet all our cuties. We're open Mon-Fri 6-8pm, Sat 12-4pm and Sunday 12-3pm located at the Abbotsford Petsmart.
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Happy mews Monday...Phoenix was adopted tonight!! So happy for her and her new family!! :-)

That leaves us with sweet Moana. Stop by to meet this sweetheart. We're open Mon-Fri 6-8pm, Sat 12-4pm and Sunday 12-3pm located at the Abbotsford Petsmart.
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We have a new girl joining Phoenix at the Adoption Centre. Meet 1 year old Moana. Come stop by to meet these sweeties!! We're open Mon-Fri 6-8pm, Sat 12-4pm & Sun 12-3pm located at the Abbotsford Petsmart. ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy to report that Xylda was adopted yesterday!! So happy for her & her new family!! :-)
We have 2.5 month old Phoenix (female) joining us now. Come stop by to see this sweetie.
We're open Mon-Fri 6-8pm, Sat 12-4pm & Sun 12-3pm located at the Abbotsford Petsmart.
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Happy to report that Raiden was adopted today!! So happy for him and his new family!! :-) ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy mews Sunday...Creek was adopted yesterday & Zoey was adopted today!! So happy for them and their new families!! :-) ... See MoreSee Less

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We have a new boy joining Xylda & Zoey at the Adoption Centre. Meet 4.5 month old Raiden. Come stop by to meet these sweeties.
We're open Mon-Fri 6-8pm, Sat 12-4pm & Sun 12-3pm located at the Abbotsford Petsmart.
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Drawing #4, I love Calvin’s smile.....in art and real life!

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He ain't heavy. He's my brother! Yep, another day, another snuggle puddle in #TheCatBall bed!

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Happy Mewsday!!! Or maybe it should be Doodsday. Yaaa, that sounds about right. 😉😻❤️❤️

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Crickers vs. the Naughty Tail 😸😂

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ISOasis update! The construction is still coming along great and filling this building with fur and purrs around Christmas time is looking great. For now, our parking lot and entrance is a little affe...

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These bunnies have dense soft fur, big bobble heads, and flat faces. It’s fascinating! Here are Cadbury and Velveteen putting their bobble noggins together for some serious cute. Love 💗 them. #ki...

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The Christmas tree struggle is real for cat onwers.

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DAILY DOSE OF CASSAROO >^..^< <3 Photo from Shelly Roche Live Stream.

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