Current adoptable cats
We have two foster cat rooms here at the farm, and adopt out a limited number of cats and kittens. The adoption fee is $175. All cats will be neutered/spayed, vaccinated, dewormed and treated for fleas before being adopted out. Please, no declawing!!
Chandler always seems to look like he doesn't know what the hell is going on, but don't let that fool you. He knows all and sees all! This superb little man is always up for a game of "Kill the catnip mouse!" and "Who can get themselves covered in the most dust-bunnies?" Chandler was born around July 9/19 and came to us with his four brothers and one sister after being abandoned at a farm. He will be ready to go after October 17, but will will need to come back for one more set of vaccines, then again for his neuter (between 4 - 6 months of age.) His adoption will be finalized once he is neutered. This spunky guy would LOVE to be adopted with one of his siblings.
PEACHES needs a fur-ever home or long-term foster home!
Peaches has been waiting for a year now for a fur-ever home. She has luckily been in an excellent foster home for all that time, but for personal reasons, her foster Mom needs us to find Peaches either the fur-ever home she deserves, or a long-term foster home. She should preferably be the only pet! She would be well-suited to a senior looking for some company. If you are interested in Peaches, let me know and I can set up a visit. All her info is below. For a foster home, I will look after all medical expenses (of which there aren't many now) as well as food, litter, etc. It would be helpful if you could take her to the vet in Cornwall for her occasional check-ups (we keep an eye on her blood pressure and thyroid levels.)
More about Peaches:
This beauty is Peaches. She is about seven years old and was surrendered to us when her owner discovered he had cat allergies (or so the story went.) Peaches was extremely upset about having to leave the only home she’d ever known, where she had been living alone her owner. Peaches is a quirky, loving and beautiful cat, with a soupçon of sass. She’s been doing fantastically well at her wonderful foster home, but it’s time to find her a fur-ever home of her own.
This calico gal is affectionate and chock-full of personality, but when she’s had enough attention, she’ll let you know with a swat of her paw. Occasionally she’ll forget to retract her claws, LOL. She is bossy around other cats and would be best suited to a quiet home where she is the only cat. She has a sense of humour about her, and watch out for your coffee cream, because she loves to help herself!
When Peaches arrived here, she was so upset and anxious, she immediately went on a hunger strike. When we took her to the vet for an exam, she promptly went into cardiac arrest. Fortunately, she was revived. It turned out that Peaches was hyperthyroid. Who knows when, if ever, she had last seen a vet. She is now on meds to control her hyperthyroidism -- Methimazole liquid which she takes on her food once daily.
Peaches also needs occasional checkups to make sure everything is working as it should. She eats well and is now at a great weight! We’ve done everything we can to get her back on the road to good health and she has been stable and doing well for months now. She is a sensitive girl who gets very attached to her people and will need patience and love to help her settle in. Once Peaches trusts you, she will show you her love in many quirky and wonderful ways. She is a delightful feline character who has been treated shabbily in the past and deserves so much more. She needs a quiet, stable home with someone who understands cats.
Her foster Mom suspects Peaches have been hit or swatted in the past, as she is hand-shy and afraid of brooms. But despite this, she seeks out the company of her human, and loves to sit next to her foster Mom in the evenings while they watch TV. If she feels she is not getting enough petting, she will gently pat you with her paw until you resume. We think Peaches is somebody’s dream cat. We just need to find the right somebody.
We suspect the first years of her life could have been a whole lot better than they were, and we’d love to see her find a home with someone who will truly appreciate her uniqueness and character. She’s full of personality (the vet calls her “spicy!”) and will make you laugh on a daily basis.
If you are a person who truly loves cats and can open your heart to Peaches and give her the great home she deserves, let us know and we’ll arrange a meet-and-greet!
This handsome devil is a little bit shy, but soon warms up to anyone willing to cuddle him. He was born around July 9/19 and came to the us with his four brothers and one sister after being abandoned at a farm. He loves to play hide-and-seek with his siblings. He's a super-cute, quiet little kitten just waiting for someone to love him forever. Hank will be ready to go after October 17, but will will need to come back for one more set of vaccines, then again for his neuter (between 4 - 6 months of age.) His adoption will be finalized once he is neutered. Hank would LOVE to be adopted with one of his siblings!
This is one special young boy. He is currently in foster care, and his adoption fee will be split between Bee Meadow Farm and his wonderful foster mama, who kindly took this sweet guy in and had him vaccinated, neutered, dewormed, flea-treated, and tested for FIV (he is negative!) This lady took Simon in when no one else would, and really wants to see him in the fantastic home he deserves. The only reason he is not being kept by her is that she has two dogs with a high prey drive, and it would not be a safe home for him. She has tried to work with the dogs, but they just are not a good match with a cat!
Simon is an incredibly loving, friendly little man. He loves to lie on his back on your lap and get a good head massage. His coat has just enough length to it to make him look extra handsome. He loves to be brushed! He will happily sit on your shoulder and whisper sweet nothings in your ear.
Simon will follow his human everywhere, and comes running when he is called. When he is happy (which is pretty much all the time!), you can hear his purr from across the room.
This fellow is a bit under a year old and is a very small cat at just five pounds!
Simon would love a home where he has safe access to the outdoors.
We would like nothing more than to find this special cat a home. If you meet him, you'll have a hard time going home without him. If you're interested in seeing Simon, contact us and we'll set up an appointment.
This little cutie pie was born around July 9/19. She has her five siblings were dumped at a farm in our area. They all had nasty eye infections but apart from that, were quite healthy. Roxy's eyes were the worst but with good vet care, they soon cleared up. She is a beautiful little girl, very sweet and quiet. When she gets fed up with her five boisterous brothers, she has a snooze in her little "cave" mounted high up on the cat room wall. She's not shy, but she does like to sit back and assess the situation before diving in. She loves cuddles and affection and will make someone a lovely pet. She would love a home with another kitten or cat to keep her company as she matures. Roxy will be available after October 17th, but will need to come back for one more set of vaccines, then again for her spay (between 4 - 6 months of age.) Her adoption will be finalized once she is spayed.
This vision of cuteness is Leroy. He is a playful, confident kitten born around July 9/19. He came to the us with his four brothers and one sister after being abandoned at a farm. He loves to wrassle with his siblings and inhale any food you offer him. Leroy will be ready to go after October 17, but will will need to come back for one more set of vaccines, then again for his neuter (between 4 - 6 months of age.) His adoption will be finalized once he is neutered. Leroy would LOVE to be adopted with one of his siblings!