North Halton Kitten Rescue

Available Kittens & Cats

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Rumple

Rumple

DMH - DOB May 20 2020

Rumple is a lovely young boy who will charm his way into your heart. He was found outside this winter at a recycling yard with a broken tail and a break in his lower back. In order to alleviate stress on his lower back, the remaining bit of tail, which he could not use or feel, was amputated. Rumple has recovered well from his surgery and is feeling more playful and energetic now.

He is a curious cat and has explored all kinds of high places in his foster home but he loves his tall cat tree best. He spends his time napping in his favorite spots (currently a box with a towel in it, or the tallest tower of his cat tree), watching wildlife from the windows, or playing with his toys and zooming around the house. He loves to be near his people and is not usually particularly demanding of their attention, although he does like the occasional lap nap or time to play together. Rumple shows his affection by purring, and giving gentle head bonks (head to head is best). When he has had enough attention or needs space he will use body language to let you know, but nips firmly or swats (no claws) at people who don't respect his wishes; he doesn't intend to cause harm but it is one of his communication tools. A family of adults or older children who can read his body language and respect his boundaries will be ideal for him. Rumple has incredibly soft fur and he enjoys head and neck rubs best although he sometimes enjoys pats too. He is learning to accept being carried a little bit, but prefers to keep his feet on the ground.
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Hogan

Hogan

DMH - DOB November 18 2021

Hogan spent his early life being fed as an outdoor feral until NHKR was alerted to his matted coat and injured leg. He was trapped, taken to a vet for x-rays (it was a flesh wound), given antibiotics, had his matts shaved and he was neutered. After a couple of days in care, it became evident that Hogan was definitely not feral! Hogan is an affectionate young cat, and is comfortable and happy to be indoors in a safe and loving environment. He loves to seek out human attention and enjoys the company of other cats. He enjoys having his chin rubbed and ears scratched. Hogan is comfortable with the older, cat-friendly dog in his foster home, but might be intimidated by a dog with high energy. He enjoys spending time with older children who can read his cues and give him space when he needs it. Hogan has developed a strong bond with his foster sister ChitChat and needs to be adopted with her- as a bonded pair. Their antics and affection for each other will amaze their new family!
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ChitChat

ChitChat

DSH - DOB October 25 2022

ChitChat has come a long way in foster care. She is an affectionate girl with a love for pets and head scratches from her humans. ChitChat is vocal and purrs loudly, especially when being petted! Much of her amazing progress is due to the mentorship of her big foster brother, Hogan. She is now quite comfortable being picked up and held by people she knows, and allows nail trims while being petted. She may be shy at first, but patience is key with ChitChat; with time and consistency she becomes very trusting of her people. She enjoys attention from older children but the noise and sudden movements of young children would send her into hiding. ChitChat has had positive interactions with an older, cat-friendly dog in her foster home. Because of her bond with Hogan, she must be adopted along with him as a bonded pair. ChitChat will thrive in an attentive, quieter home with her big brother by her side!
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Wellington

Wellington

DSH - DOB August 19 2021

Wellington is a big loving boy and loves interacting with his family. He does need a few days to get used to new people and places and can seem skittish until he is feeling comfortable. Once he is settled he is very confident; the only thing he really doesn't like around the house is the noisy vacuum cleaner (although he has been known to stalk the roomba). Wellington has a deep and croaky meow which he uses to demand attention and call to his people; he loves when they call it back to him! Wellington sleeps or plays quietly all night, but when the first person wakes up, he likes to have his breakfast ready on time. He is only eating kibble, but does have a good appetite and might like to try people food if given the opportunity. He is very clean in his litter box.

Wellington is a very playful cat...he loves to play with soft kitten toys and balls he can chase. He would really like people who will play with him. Wellington doesn't mind other cats, but is more interested in interacting with people. He really enjoys watching wildlife videos for cats on an iPad (mice and birds are his favourite). He is a keen wildlife watcher at the patio windows too. Wellington is a big fan of being brushed but not keen on being picked up. With time and practice with trusted people, he may learn to enjoy it more. Wellington is looking for a family who will spend time with him and keep him mentally and physically busy.

Check back often as new kittens enter our program all the time.