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Animals in Foster Care
These are just some of the animals that are in Foster Care.
Please arrange to meet them!

164 Animals found - Page 1 of 28


   Name: BOMBUR
The Hobbit Dwarves
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   Breed: Domestic Short Hair
   Color:  Grey and white
   Gender: Female
   Age: 10 wks.  Birthday: 9/2017 (est)
   Milo ID: 26383
   Current Location: Foster Care
*Foster Notes* 12/8/17 "The Hobbit Dwarves were born to a feral momma cat and were living outdoors in the cold when a Milo volunteer found them. The man who was feeding the mom cat did not want the kittens so with some persuading, he agreed to let the volunteer take the babies once they were old enough to be weaned. They went straight into foster for socialization and have made a lot of progress in trusting people and enjoying being pet. All of them are cat friendly and would love to be adopted in pairs or into a household with a compatible feline friend. Their first six weeks they lived near a rottweiler and were said to be friendly with it, but were scared of the small dog in their foster home, so they would need very slow introductions if going into a home with a dog.

Bombur is independent and even keeled. Will give into peer pressure to play but would also like a laid back home to relax and watch TV. "

   Name: DWALIN
The Hobbit Dwarves
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   Breed: Domestic Short Hair
   Color:  Grey and white
   Gender: Female
   Age: 10 wks.  Birthday: 9/2017 (est)
   Milo ID: 26382
   Current Location: Foster Care
*Foster Notes* 12/8/17 "The Hobbit Dwarves were born to a feral momma cat and were living outdoors in the cold when a Milo volunteer found them. The man who was feeding the mom cat did not want the kittens so with some persuading, he agreed to let the volunteer take the babies once they were old enough to be weaned. They went straight into foster for socialization and have made a lot of progress in trusting people and enjoying being pet. All of them are cat friendly and would love to be adopted in pairs or into a household with a compatible feline friend. Their first six weeks they lived near a rottweiler and were said to be friendly with it, but were scared of the small dog in their foster home, so they would need very slow introductions if going into a home with a dog.

Dwalin has improved a lot socially. Used to be tucked in the corner hiding all the time but now is okay with pets and being picked up with a gentle approach. "

   Name: BALIN
The Hobbit Dwarves
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   Breed: Domestic Short Hair
   Color:  Grey and white
   Gender: Male
   Age: 10 wks.  Birthday: 9/2017 (est)
   Milo ID: 26381
   Current Location: Foster Care
*Foster Notes* 12/8/17 "The Hobbit Dwarves were born to a feral momma cat and were living outdoors in the cold when a Milo volunteer found them. The man who was feeding the mom cat did not want the kittens so with some persuading, he agreed to let the volunteer take the babies once they were old enough to be weaned. They went straight into foster for socialization and have made a lot of progress in trusting people and enjoying being pet. All of them are cat friendly and would love to be adopted in pairs or into a household with a compatible feline friend. Their first six weeks they lived near a rottweiler and were said to be friendly with it, but were scared of the small dog in their foster home, so they would need very slow introductions if going into a home with a dog.

Balin is mischievous and likes to find every available corner to explore. Cannot resist teaser toys."

   Name: ORI
The Hobbit Dwarves
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   Breed: Domestic Short Hair
   Color:  Black solid
   Gender: Female
   Age: 10 wks.  Birthday: 9/2017 (est)
   Milo ID: 26380
   Current Location: Foster Care
*Foster Notes* 12/8/17 "The Hobbit Dwarves were born to a feral momma cat and were living outdoors in the cold when a Milo volunteer found them. The man who was feeding the mom cat did not want the kittens so with some persuading, he agreed to let the volunteer take the babies once they were old enough to be weaned. They went straight into foster for socialization and have made a lot of progress in trusting people and enjoying being pet. All of them are cat friendly and would love to be adopted in pairs or into a household with a compatible feline friend. Their first six weeks they lived near a rottweiler and were said to be friendly with it, but were scared of the small dog in their foster home, so they would need very slow introductions if going into a home with a dog.

Ori is a clever little black cat. Will play independently with stuffed mice which is very cute to watch. A bit of a food hog and still lets out little low growls while eating wet food"

   Name: GLOIN
The Hobbit Dwarves
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   Breed: Domestic Short Hair
   Color:  Grey and white
   Gender: Female
   Age: 10 wks.  Birthday: 9/2017 (est)
   Milo ID: 26379
   Current Location: Foster Care
*Foster Notes* 12/8/17 "The Hobbit Dwarves were born to a feral momma cat and were living outdoors in the cold when a Milo volunteer found them. The man who was feeding the mom cat did not want the kittens so with some persuading, he agreed to let the volunteer take the babies once they were old enough to be weaned. They went straight into foster for socialization and have made a lot of progress in trusting people and enjoying being pet. All of them are cat friendly and would love to be adopted in pairs or into a household with a compatible feline friend. Their first six weeks they lived near a rottweiler and were said to be friendly with it, but were scared of the small dog in their foster home, so they would need very slow introductions if going into a home with a dog.

Gloin is a ham once comfortable with new people. Likes to be held like a baby and will curl up and purr. Has the cutest chirp/meow when seeking attention. "

   Name: THORIN
The Hobbit Dwarves
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   Breed: Domestic Short Hair
   Color:  Grey and white
   Gender: Male
   Age: 10 wks.  Birthday: 9/2017 (est)
   Milo ID: 26378
   Current Location: Foster Care
*Foster Notes* 12/8/17 "The Hobbit Dwarves were born to a feral momma cat and were living outdoors in the cold when a Milo volunteer found them. The man who was feeding the mom cat did not want the kittens so with some persuading, he agreed to let the volunteer take the babies once they were old enough to be weaned. They went straight into foster for socialization and have made a lot of progress in trusting people and enjoying being pet. All of them are cat friendly and would love to be adopted in pairs or into a household with a compatible feline friend. Their first six weeks they lived near a rottweiler and were said to be friendly with it, but were scared of the small dog in their foster home, so they would need very slow introductions if going into a home with a dog.

Thorin is the smallest but mightiest. The most outgoing and also can be demanding of attention. Loves to wrestle with siblings."



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