Where Are They Now?

If you click through to see the map at google maps, you can find the kitten by name, instead of location. There are several kittens well out of the frame here, in southern California and Arizona.
If you click on a marker, you can see the name, and a photo of each kitten.

Note: All markers are specific to the zip code/city if I know it. None of them indicate an actual address or location of a kitten/cat. No catnapping from MY map! šŸ˜‰

Stats as of April 18, 2011 (since I started keeping track)
4 kittens currently looking for adoption/fostered
73 cats and kittens placed in forever homes
46 homes
12 took 2
4 took 3 or more


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9 Responses to Where Are They Now?

  1. Les Addison says:

    Right now, I think my three– Bugalu, Smudge and Eckersley are probably napping, though they might be bathing or pinning my housemate to the chair or on the cat tree

  2. Carolyn says:

    One of these days my willpower roll against kittens will fail and I will adopt one of your darling fosters. I’m holding out for either a larger apartment and a pay increase so I can be 100% sure of giving a kitty baby the best home that I can.

  3. Laura Lillibridge says:

    Right now, Min is under the blankets on our bed, curled up with Mark.

  4. Michelle says:

    Daaaaang! I wish I could send you some of our babies. Nobody in our area is adopting! :(

  5. Dana says:

    If I ever visit your area, I plan on taking a kitty or two home with me! Too bad we don’t live nearby.

  6. Heather says:

    Don’t forget to put Herbie in Seattle! :)

  7. Irina says:

    I wish I lived close enough to adopt one of your pre-loved kittens! I bet they are so sweet and socialized. I am currently looking for a kitten as a pal for a kitten my mom recently adopted, and looking at your page makes me smile so big!

  8. Dada says:

    Hi! I’m new at your website and I keep on visiting since I started this morning. Cowbert is so cute and I keep on rewatching his video where he meows on the cat tree. I barely see such loving care for cats like how you take care of those kitties, especially in our country. Thank you so much for this website and the heart you have for these creatures. I would like to do fostering too (if this word exists in our country in terms of kitties) when I grow up. I’m 17 and I own a tuxedo/cow kitty pet (can’t identify if she’s a tuxedo or cow kitty) and I’m learning to understand her more day by day. :)
    Greetings from Philippines ^_^

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