As Easter celebrations are in full swing across the nation, Collin County Animal Services is called to trap a mother cat and her newborn kittens. The newly named Queen Agape was homeless with eight tiny babies to feed, taken from an area she knew, and put into a cage. Luckily, CCAS reached out to Take Me Home Pet Rescue who found a foster for the family; Agape now has a whole room for her litter with a clean comfortable bed, fresh water, and all of the food she wants.
Today the kittens are about three weeks old and begin to explore their home – Queen Agape trusts her foster and is acclimating well to domestic life.
Please welcome the Easter Basket litter: Eggin, Faith, Daisy, Chica, Grace, Hope/Benny, Lilly, and Joy. These precious babies will be ready for their fur-ever family in six weeks.
If you are interested, please fill out an adoption application and TMHPR will get back to you as soon as possible.