ARC’s Good Mews Monday
We spent the weekend before last at the Kentuckiana Cat Show at the Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville. It was our 3rd year in a row being invited and we always have a great time and have been fortunate to find some of our kitties their forever homes. This year was no different as four of our sweet male kitties were adopted!
We always have a great time at the Kentuckiana Championship Cat Show, and we thank them for their generous efforts in helping us showcase these fantastic, loving cats in need of their Forever Homes!
The first to be adopted was Tiger, who is the Orange Tabby that was stuck up a tree earlier this year. We featured this story here on Facebook and our volunteer Alex, climbed 70 feet up a tree to save his life and their rescue photo is featured in our current Newsletter. Tiger is a very sweet boy who will no doubt be spoiled and have a great life.
Next up was one of our 4 month old kittens, Mojave a handsome beige and white, that came to us as a rescue from Hardin County Animal Control. Mojave was very popular at ARC with the staff and volunteers as well as the other kittens, because he just has a calm easy going manner about him that makes him near impossible to resist. This was probably the least shocking of the current adoptions, but still it’s wonderful news to report.
The final 2 adoptions, Toby (Tabby and white) and Mojo (Orange Tabby kitten) were adopted together and they will have a wonderful time with their new family. While he was at ARC, Toby was a peacekeeper in out basement and best friend of Lincoln. Toby always seems to be in a good mood and always wants loads of attention. That last sentence can also describe Mojo, who was the 3rd and final of our 3 male triplets from Hardin County Animal Control to find his forever home. Mojo took a little longer to come into his own, but when he grabs your face with both front paws and plants a kiss on you, your heart just melts.
Congratulations to these 4 awesome kitties for finding their forever homes and also to their new families who will have a blast with them. Also big thanks to ARC’s Volunteers and Staff, who helped make the Cat Show a huge success! There is a lot of preparation and work that goes into getting everyone ready for the cat show and also having people there to show off our fur babies and answer questions and the work is very much appreciated.