These are my current Boot Campers, all being fostered for rescues in the PA/NJ area. Please contact me if you’re interested in adopting one (or more) of them.
To get a foster on the waiting list to come to Boot Camp, you must be a nonprofit in the area, and provide full health records and detailed background on why the cat would benefit from training. At this time, I only work with fosters.
ADOPT PEPE & RIGSBY *Bonded Pair*
After their owner passed away, Pepe, M, 10 years old, Rigsby, F, 7 years old, and more than 20 other cats left the hoarding situation and ended up at a shelter. After spending two months in seperate cages, they were each timestamped for euthanasia because of behavior (Pepe was aggressive and Rigsby was completely terrified). It just so happened I pulled them a week apart. Rigsby seemed to be looking for someone every time I opened the door, so I wondered if they’d remember each other. I put them together, and it was all purrs and biscuit making.
They both had absolutely terrible teeth. After two extensive dentals, Rigsby is toothless and Pepe has two tiny teeth in the front. They eat just fine, love to play, enjoy napping, and really like cuddling with each other. Rigsby is the shyer of the two, but they are both incredible sweet and adorable together.
After being in foster care for nearly a year, all I want is for them to find a loving home together. They absolutely love other cats. Both are altered, vaccinated, and combo negative. You can apply with Whiskers of Love Cat Rescue and Sanctuary.
ADOPT NEWT *Shy Guy*
Newt, M, 1.5 years old, was in a foster to adopt situation as a shy kitten. He built a bond with his foster and she adopted him. She then moved out of her residence, and left Newt behind with roommates. They were not interested in keeping Newt, so he was returned to the rescue. He entered foster care where he was terrified and wouldn’t allow much touching for weeks. After a short time at Boot Camp, he’s getting more comfortable. He loves to be pet, and also purrs a lot and makes biscuits. He really likes other cats, and will do best with a patient adopter who is committed to him. He was extremely stressed, depressed, and shutdown from his experience – nothing but love from here on out. Apply with Stray Cat Relief Fund.
Rescues & Shelters
Please consider adopting, fostering, donating, or volunteering with any of these organizations.