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KIND TO NATURE normally does not take in animals for adoption, but occasionally we do have a rescued cat or kittens at the sanctuary or with a foster, or trying to help someone in the community place a pet or stray animal, found kittens, etc.

If we have some listed here and you are interested in adopting any of these special fur babies, please email Barb at ktnbarb@aol.com.



AMBROSIA - Special Needs Kitty.  Ambrosia was rescued from the Humane Society at risk of being euthanized because she was diagnosed with mammary cancer.  A mammary was removed while there and she got spayed - she is recovering from both very well.  Once we got her out, she went to a cancer specialist vet who gave her a good report. She looks good (although thin)and healing nicely from surgery performed at AHS. We are currently raising funds so she have unilateral mammary surgery and/or chemo treatments. X-rays show no signs of metastatic disease so there is a good chance she can beat the cancer and live a long, healthy life.

She is a beautiful girl, very sweet, 4 years old, spayed, tested and vaccinated.  Who would like to be a permanent home or long-term foster for her and provide the love and comfort she may never have had before?

MISS BEE  is a very sweet and stunning rescued stray girl.  Estimated to be about 1 year old.  She has been spayed, vaccinated and tested negative for FIV/Felv.  She is very friendly, playful, active and enjoys the company of other nice kitties.  Not bothered by well-behaved dogs. 



POPPY  - Special Needs Kitty - is a very pretty tri color tabby, 9-10 months old, spayed, tested, vaccinated and micro-chipped!  Poppy has some idiosyncrasies, but is very cute and full of personality, happy and healthy, promising to give a lifetime of love and enjoyment to someone who understands her and willing to be a little patient as she adjusts to a new home and people.  Unfortunately, Poppy’s first family didn’t and didn’t treat her right, causing her to become defensive and untrusting of people and they surrendered her to the shelter because they didn’t want to deal with the behavior issues they caused.  Her foster mom reports that Poppy is now super people friendly, is very talkative, and will let you know when she wants on your lap, and when she has had enough pets/handling.  J  Poppy would do best in a home with adults or older children only.  She seems selective about what cats she likes and doesn’t, and not bothered by the foster’s dogs, so would need introduction to other pets in a new home.  Poppy’s right eye looks worse than it is.  The vet thinks it is possibly a condition she was born with and can be treated with drops from time to time.  It does not seem to bother her generally but seems to affect her depth perception a little.   Otherwise she is a very healthy little girl.  Please contact us if you would like to meet her.     



SHEBA is a pretty little black female, med length fur, estimated to be about 3 years, tested negative, vaccinated and spayed.  Sheba was an outside stray with feral tendencies who came to our cattery after her last litter was weaned and taken to a rescue and then getting spayed.  However, she has become pretty friendly, can be petted and handled, and doesn't seem to belong in a cattery or a sanctuary, but rather deserves a life as a pet! She can be a little fussy at times as to how much petting she wants, and a little feisty with other cats, so probably should be an only cat or with other cats who keep to themselves, don't mess with her.  She has filled out out is much fluffier now than in this photo.  We are working on getting a new one of her - this one does not do her justice!


SWEET LITTLE SILVIA!  Special Needs kitty.  Would you like an extremely pretty, precious little cat that loves to snuggle, purr and get pets?  One that looks like a kitten but will be content to lay by your side or on your lap?  Silvia’s coloring and markings are extraordinary – mostly a silvery color with some hues of a faint orange and a lighter silvery under belly that you have to see in person to appreciate.  One of our volunteers stopped by the other day and couldn’t believe how pretty she is.  She has the most precious little face too and the size of an older kitten, but estimated to be about 3-4 years old.  

Silvia has a slight head tilt, the cause of which is unknown, a minor balance issues, so she is not active at all.  She is a nervous little girl and gets upset easily, so you have to understand her behavior and how to properly approach and handle her.  I think she would do very well if she had a regular place to sleep on a couch by her human with her food, box and a cubby where she can feel safe if startled close by.  If you can give this precious girl what she needs and understand her idiosyncracies, please contact us!



Happy Updates -- ADOPTED! 

SUNNY - Our sweet handsome rescued stray boy has been adopted! January 2019


STARLIGHT (STAR) - Was adopted and went to his new home December 19, 2018!

BEEZL - Adopted by rescuers.  Stunning tan boy.

MAGNUM - We are so pleased to announce that Magnum was ADOPTED 8/10/18 by a wonderful family - courtesy of a posting by our friends at FOUR PEAKS ANIMAL RESCUE!!!  Thank you Nancy and all.  Hope he has a wonderful life.  Magnum is a big beautiful, sweet, super mellow 11-year old cat whose 92-year-old owner, Laverne, has decided it is best for both of them that she find her beloved boy a new forever home where he will be loved by someone as much as she does, be happy and taken good care of for the rest of his life.     


RED -  ADOPTED!  Red's rescuers fell in love with him and have decided to keep him despite one of their other kitties not being fond of him.  They will work it out!!

PRIMROSE - ADOPTED January 7, 2018!

PRIMROSE is an adorable kitten we rescued from Arizona Humane Society who deemed she was not adoptable because of her fearful behavior.  Once in the hands of her foster that quickly changed who continues to give her lots of attention and space of her own when she wants it. She was a little shy initially, but is now much better and loves to snuggle and is very playful.   Primrose was adopted by a wonderful family and we know she'll have a wonderful life with them!

                                                                                       Prim with her favorite toy in new home - February 2018!




These 2 shy boys have found their perfect forever home.  It took a while but well worth the wait for all!