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

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.

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SCOUT & BOO need a special home/long-term foster.

SCOUT & BOO, brother and sister, lost their owner last month and need a new home. They are a bit skittish, especially since they were used to only him for 5 years (adopted as older kittens), and will need someone kind and patient to give them time to adapt to a new home (quiet adult only home best).  They are a little over 5 years old, spayed/neutered. Not recently vaccinated, but indoor only cats. Owner's ex is caring for them but is allergic, so limited as to what she can do and can't keep them herself.

         

 

ABNER is a SUPER SWEET, FRIENDLY and handsome 2-year old male who just wants to be someone's lap cat/companion and is very playful too.  He craves attention and whirs whenever you get near seeking pets!  He is neutered, vaccinated, tested negative and micro-chipped.  He is so ready to find his forever home with someone to love and cherish him!  His adoption fee is $95.

       

CHIKI Initially tested positive for feline leukemia.  Recently re-tested (IFA) and he tested NEGATIVE! Not yet neutered due to rescuer's desire to save money for the re-test. 

CHIKI is very pretty, social and lovable, about one year old male who would make someone a great companion.      His adoption fee is reduced unless he is neutered prior to adoption.

        

 

  SHADOW is 1-1/2 years old, not yet spayed.  Unfortunately she tested positive for Felv (feline leukemia) after 2 tests.  She is shy, but once she gets used to you, will allow some petting but does not like to be held.  Felv+ cats must be only cat in home or with other Felv+ cats, kept indoors exclusively as they have compromised immune systems and so as not to expose other cats to the virus.  Their immunity can be strengthened with good diet, vitamins and supplements and protection from viruses.   Rescuer has kept isolated pending re-test and could not also afford the spay/vaccinations.  We will arrange to have that done before adopting and will reduce her adoption fee accordingly.

                                                                                                                           

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BEEZL is a very sweet, handsome and easy to manage kitty.  Neutered.  Estimated at under 2 years old.  FIV+ super sweet, affectionate, handsome and playful; otherwise healthy. Rescuers love him and he is chill but not all of their other cats are friendly towards him. He wants love and attention.  From his fosters/rescuers:  Beezl is playful but the other girls in house do not want to play with him.  But no major conflicts.  He is very friendly with us and jumps up for petting or scratching several times a day. He would very much like to get outside, but he graciously accepts being pushed back from the doors.  He recovered easily from being neutered. He has not once failed to use a litter box. Likes to lie on the desks when we are working on the computer    FIV+ cats can live and interact normally with other cats as long as everyone gets along (FIV only transmitted through blood); and kept inside all the time, vitamins and good nutrition to keep immune system strong (we can advise).

 

     

If you are interested in meeting this super sweet guy, we can provide you with our recommendations for vitamins and supplements to help keep him healthy for many years. 

Joanne and Ron think Beezl will make someone a great pet and he has many years of love and joy to share with someone.

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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!!
FIV+.  Neutered, estimated to be about 3 years old.  Found as injured stray. Very loving – likes to cuddle, well behaved and funny, handsome orange tabby. Injuries all healed up now. He's a love, but conflicts with just a couple of rescuers other cats make it impossible for them to keep him - they love him very much. Gets along fine with the other cats though – sleeps and plays with them.  Even more loving and affectionate since being neutered. He sleeps in their bedroom every second night, hates being alone (sleeps on top of them or right next to them and follows them everywhere), likes to talk back when they speak to him . FIV+ cats can live and interact normally with other cats as long as everyone gets along (FIV only transmitted through blood); and kept inside all the time, vitamins and good nutrition to keep immune system strong (we can advise).

                     

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PRIMROSE - ADOPTED January 7!

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!

                      

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SIMON & GARFUNKEL - ADOPTED SEPTEMBER 2017!   

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