All of Heavenly Creatures’ animals are placed in foster care, not housed in a traditional shelter. All viewings and adoptions are therefore arranged by appointment only.
MARY AND HOOCHIE
Mary and Hoochie’s Profile:
About Mary and Hoochie
These gorgeous girls came into our care in September of 2021 because their elderly owner was no longer able to care for them.
These girls are sisters who have always been together, so we are insisting they must be adopted together.
If you think you can give this Purrfect Pair a Furever Home, we’d love to hear from you.
Mary and Hoochie’s Foster Mom Says:
Mary is a sweet and cuddly little girl. She loves rubs so much that she’ll mash her whole body into you.
She can be a little shy at first, but will warm up to you pretty soon. She has a very expressive face so you’ll always know how she feels and has the most beautiful greenish blue eyes.
Mary is a quiet girl, but she chirps and purrs up a storm when she’s feeling happy or when she’s excited for her breakfast.
Mary loves a quiet place to nap, but will gladly come out for some more cuddles.
Hoochie is a total sweetheart who loves to follow you around the house. She’s great company while you’re doing chores around the house.
She loves a good face rub and a comfy spot to nap. She has the cutest little nose freckles and the way she curls her paws while she naps is adorable.
She has a very sweet demeanour and is very calm and patient with kids. Hoochie is a fast learner and adapts well to new rules. Hoochie gets along well with her sister, Mary, and will often groom her while she’s napping.”
Interested In Adopting Mary and Hoochie?
If you are interested in adopting this purrfect pair, please fill out an adoption application on our website: www.heavenlycreatures.ca
If you’d like to speak to us about the girls before submitting an application, please either leave us a message at 739-0077, or e-mail us your phone number: email@example.com
CINNAMON’S FIVE KITTENS
Cinnamon is a stray cat who came to us very pregnant in late September of 2021.
She gave birth to five beautiful babies on Sept. 23rd.
As long as their vet exams go okay, the kittens will be ready for their new homes on Saturday, Nov. 20th and we are accepting adoption applications for them in the interim (You will find our application on this website)
We’ll start doing viewings of the kittens for approved applicants the weekend of Nov. 7th.
Please note that as of the date of this post, the kittens are still so tiny that we don’t know what their genders are; we’ll post that info as soon as we have it.
Our kitten adoption fee is $100 and the kittens will have had their first exam, first vaccines and first dose of dewormer.
This pretty girl came to us from a pound this summer; she was a stray who was picked up for roaming, impounded and wasn’t claimed by whoever had owned her.
Heavenly Creatures rescued her from the pound, had her spayed and so on and placed her in a foster home that included another cat and a dog.
We learned quickly that Jenny wants to be queen of her castle – she intensely does not like other animals (we think she is frightened of them) and is quick to lash out at them.
So we moved her to a foster home with no other pets where she has been happily ruling the roost ever since.
Now we need to find her an adopted home in which she will have the same only child situation.
If you have no other pets and would like a sweet friend to keep you company, Jenny would love for you to contact us and arrange a viewing of her.
Jenny’s Foster Mom Says:
“Jenny is a beautiful green-eyed tabby with caramel, black and gray colors.
She likes to hang out in the same room, not necessarily too close, but will actively search you out if she wakes up from a nap and you aren’t where she left you.
Jenny is more of an independent soul. She us not a cuddler but will let you snuggle for a short time before she gently lets you know that it’s time to stop
She does not meow very much but will on occasion and it is not a loud meow.
She is smart and curious and investigates any noise or crinkle to see what is happening. If she doesn’t find it interesting to her, she will move on to something else.
She has an assortment of toys, but she has a favorite toy that she interacts with-she throws it up in the air and pounces on it or she will keep batting it around the room for amusement.
Jenny has been a pleasure to foster and will make someone a great friend.”
Interested In Adopting Jenny?
If you are interested in adopting this purrfect princess, please fill out an adoption application.
If you’d like to speak to us about Jenny before submitting an application, please either leave us a message at 739-0077, or e-mail us your phone number: firstname.lastname@example.org
Buffy came to us earlier this year from
the streets with three little kittens in tow.
Buffy’s kittens have since been weaned and she has been spayed. Now it’s their momma’s turn to find her own home!
Like many calicos, she is on the shy, sensitive side, so will need a home that is understanding of that and will give her
time to adjust.
She also needs a home that is quiet – rambunctious dogs and small kids wouldn’t be a good fit for her.
We have a feeling that, given a proper introduction and enough time to warm up, she could be okay in a home with other cats.
Once she has had time to settle in, we know she will blossom and slay your heart with her cute calico ways.
Buffy’s Foster Parents Say:
“Buffy is a wonderful little girl. When she’s not fiercely hunting her toy mouse, she’s following us around the house curiously, trying to figure out our weird human ways.
She enjoys sitting in patches of sunlight and on windowsills, and she dislikes TV and loud noises.
The way to the Buffmeister’s heart is definitely through food – she even does a little happy bounce when she sees her breakfast.
She is still quite shy and skittish, and prefers to keep her distance (except when it comes to treats!), but she has come a long way in the past few months and we know that in the right home, she will blossom and become a very loving companion.”
Interested In Adopting Buffy?
If you are interested in adopting this calico cutie, please fill out an adoption application.
If you’d like to speak to us about Buffy before submitting an application, please either leave us a message at 739-0077, or e-mail us your phone number: email@example.com
- 13 years of age
- Spayed female
- Has tested negative for FIV and FELV
- Not suitable for a home with children
- Loves her toy mouse, boxes and curling up under a blanket
- Lived with other cats for years up until recently but prefers to be an only child if she can.
Meet Sasha, a sweet senior who is looking for a home.
Sasha came into our care in Dec of last year because her owners could no longer keep her owing to a new baby; Sasha doesn’t have a relaxed enough temperament to allow her to be comfortable around children (Loud noises and quick movements frighten her).
We had Sasha examined and checked out (including a senior blood panel) in late November before she even officially came into our care. The vet who saw her said she seems very healthy other than the arthritis she has in her hind end.
Sasha is not a lap cat, but she is affectionate on her terms once she has had time to settle in and is comfortable with you.
She may be thirteen, and certainly does sleep a lot like most older cats, but she also likes to play with her mouse for short stints and she’s never met a box she didn’t like!
This girl deserves a good retirement home in which she can live out the rest of her life. There must be someone reading who can give her that – her next change should be her last.
Interested In Adopting Sasha?
If you are interested in adopting Sasha, please either fill out our adoption application, leave us a message at 739-0077, or e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you think you can give our terrific tux a Furever Home, please either fill out our adoption application or – if you’d like to have a chat with us first – please leave us a message at 739-0077, or e-mail email@example.com with your number and we’ll call you.