Van City Kitty: Take us Home! (And check out their calendar)

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A new kitty once a week! Click here to find out how your cat can appear on Van City Kitty.

Every month we feature a few kitties who are looking for their forever home. Today we have two adoptable friends and the most adorable 2013 calendar in Vancouver – featuring cats and kittens from  VOKRA!

You needn’t search any further for a heartwarming gift for all of your cat-loving friends and family. The 2013 Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association calendars feature over 160 photos of cats and kittens to delight them all year! Made by cat-lovers, for cat-lovers; every calendar model is a rescue success story who has benefited  from VOKRA’s care...

Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA) is a no-kill, non-profit, registered charity dedicated to the rescue of cats in the Lower Mainland. They also coordinate rescue work with other groups in BC.  In 2012 VOKRA has taken in almost 1800 cats and kittens!

Click to learn more about VOKRA

Click to order a calendar online

Click to find out where to purchase a calendar

Some calendar kitties are adopted, some are still awaiting their forever home.

Here are two friends from VOKRA who are still waiting for a new home and family:

VALENTINE

Valentine was one of three kittens rescued from the chassis of an old abandoned truck. Valentine is named for St. Valentine’s Day – the day she finally came out of hiding at her foster family’s home. Valentine is an amazingly beautiful and graceful little black panther. She started out shy but now she loves to play and is beginning to ask for pets and scratches. She is very curious and clever, and meows a hello every morning as she rubs against your legs. Although she is still skittish (and is not quite ready to be held), she is very affectionate and would be quite happy to have a window where she can watch birds all day. Valentine would do best in a quiet home and has adapted extremely well to sharing space with other cats.

Valentine would like to be adopted with Marlin.  She really depends on Marlin; they sleep, eat, and play together.

Adopt Valentine HERE


MARLIN

Marlin is still very shy and her foster family is working on getting her used to being petted, but for now she will greet your finger with a sniff, eat snacks from your fingers, and play as long as you have the energy. Marlin is growing more comfortable, but she still would do best with a family who knows how to be gentle and understanding of a shy cat.

Adopt Marlin HERE

Other recent Van City Kitty Take Us Home editions can be found here or here.
This week’s kitty photos are by Tanja Aelbrecht