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Harper *kitten*

Female Kitten Tortoiseshell

If you have any questions about Harper *kitten* , please contact Forgotten Felines of Culpeper at goodmews22@aol.com

Forgotten Felines of Culpeper

About Harper *kitten*

Meet Henley & Harper! (Henley is the torti in foreground and Harper  is the torti in the back.) These little girls are 2 bonded sisters that need to be adopted together.  They were abandoned/dumped (with unopened cans of cat food!), with their brother, Court Gentry in a Good Samaritan's backyard.As of 9/19/20, they are approximately 6 weeks old, so we are taking application for preadoption only currently.

Henley is outgoing and affectionate. She’s the first one to greet you when you walk into the room and will jump into your lap for snuggling.  She’d rather snuggle than play. Harper may be a little shy at first, but once she gets to know you, she too will beg for affection.  They’re both talkative and are sometimes demanding when it comes to attention they want.   These cuties like to climb people!  If you are not paying enough attention to them, they will climb up your leg or onto your shoulder so they can talk in your ear.  They currently talk all the time! 

Their  ideal person/family will love these two because they are fiercely bonded to their human and willing to give them lots of love.They would be great as the only kittens/cats in the home, or they would get along great with others.  They haven’t been introduced to dogs or kids yet.

Both kittens are/will be dewormed, spayed, have received 2 FVRCP vaccines, a rabies vaccine (if 4 mos. old at time of adoption). tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia, and are microchipped with a lifetime registration. No need to re-register and pay $20+ every year, it is done for life! Interested in knowing more about these cuties? Let us know! GoodMews22@aol.com

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Name
Harper *kitten*
Age
Kitten
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Primary Color
Black
Secondary Color
Tan
Coat Pattern
Tortoiseshell
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES

Forgotten Felines of Culpeper

P.O. Box 342 Culpeper VA 22701

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AnnaPurrna *kitten*

Tortoiseshell

Meet Everest and AnnaPurrna, two little torti sisters. They came to us with thier 2 siblings from Mountain Run Lake Road where they were... show more

Meet Everest and AnnaPurrna, two little torti sisters. They came to us with thier 2 siblings from Mountain Run Lake Road where they were found as strays, hence they are all named after famous mountains. Everest is a bit of a trickster and loves it! When she first came to us, she would love to escape her leveled crate and think it was funny that her foster mom would have to chase her all over the room, only to come back an hour later to find Everest sleeping on top of her crate, wanting to be returned to her crate.Everest can be aloof until you know her, but when she warms up, she enjoys being pet and loved on. AnnaPurrna came to join her siblings almost a month later and INSTANTLY began cuddling up to Everest. They are bonded and must be adopted together. They eat together, sleep together, play together -- and are ALWAYS together.AnnaPurrna is easy to love on once she gets to know you and is very much a people person. Everest and AnnaPurrna are/will be dewormed, spayed, received 2 FVRCP vaccines, a rabies vaccine, tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and is microchipped with a lifetime registration. No more paying $20+ every year to re-register, it's done for life! Their perfect home would be a quiet, low activity home with kids over the age of 12 years old or no kids at all. Interested? Please email us at GoodMews22@aol.com for an application. show less

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Everest *kitten*

Tortoiseshell

Meet Everest and AnnaPurrna, two little torti sisters. They came to us with thier 2 siblings from Mountain Run Lake Road where they were... show more

Meet Everest and AnnaPurrna, two little torti sisters. They came to us with thier 2 siblings from Mountain Run Lake Road where they were found as strays, hence they are all named after famous mountains. Everest is a bit of a trickster and loves it! When she first came to us, she would love to escape her leveled crate and think it was funny that her foster mom would have to chase her all over the room, only to come back an hour later to find Everest sleeping on top of her crate, wanting to be returned to her crate.Everest can be aloof until you know her, but when she warms up, she enjoys being pet and loved on. AnnaPurrna came to join her siblings almost a month later and INSTANTLY began cuddling up to Everest. They are bonded and must be adopted together. They eat together, sleep together, play together -- and are ALWAYS together.AnnaPurrna is easy to love on once she gets to know you and is very much a people person. Everest and AnnaPurrna are/will be dewormed, spayed, received 2 FVRCP vaccines, a rabies vaccine, tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and is microchipped with a lifetime registration. No more paying $20+ every year to re-register, it's done for life! Their perfect home would be a quiet, low activity home with kids over the age of 12 years old or no kids at all. Interested? Please email us at GoodMews22@aol.com for an application. show less

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Fisher

Domestic Short Hair

 BFFs Fisher, Gar"Bonzo," & Watson - A Tale of 3 Friends​ Every week we get many requests for Fisher, an orange tabby that came to u... show more

 BFFs Fisher, Gar"Bonzo," & Watson - A Tale of 3 Friends​ Every week we get many requests for Fisher, an orange tabby that came to us with his 5 siblings last summer. Fisher and his family were dumped at the dump and ended up at a high kill shelter – a double whammy. Forgotten Felines pulled Fisher and his siblings and all were adopted, except Fisher. “So…if you are getting a lot of calls for Fisher, what’s the problem?” you ask. Well…​ Fisher has always been a bit of a loner and always sat apart from his siblings. He never wanted to play with them, he seemed to be a thinker type kinda guy, quiet. He never seemed to have any self esteem or real identity. Last summer we got in an entire family of orange cats that set up “house” in an office parking lot, right on the side of I-29 – remember? Gar”Bonzo” was the dad of that litter. Bonzo is a large orange tabby with white paws with an easy-going personality, though he didn’t come to us that way, he is TOTALLY a smooshie-guy now.​ Bonzo took an interest in Fisher and cleaned him, slept with him, and even played with toys with him. Keep in mind, Bonzo never even knew what a toy was…but he did this for Fisher. He seemed to know what Fisher needed and saw the emptiness in him…and filled it. Bonzo let Fisher know that he was okay and everything was okay. He mentored him in a way. This big ol’ cat from the streets took Fisher under his wing and became a big part of Fisher’s life. “Okay then, so adopt them together.” Last summer I received a call from the high kill shelter to pull some cats bc they would be euthanized. We took in the cats and when I asked if there were any more that needed out, the reply was, “We have one, but he will be put down bc he is feral.” I said I would take him. (Lots of times cats are not feral, just terrified from being in a big, loud, scary shelter, wondering what their fate will be.) I was told, “No, you don’t want him. He really is feral. We will put him down.” “No I want him.” I replied. Thinking, even a barn home is better than death.​ Watson came to us the following day, a day before he was slated for death. This big gray and white guy just stayed in his carrier in the crate and I barely saw him for the first month he was with us. He came out of his carrier at night to eat and that was about it. Sometimes when I would come into the room late at night, I would see him lounging on top of his carrier and he would quickly run inside again, escaping interaction with me. I never heard a growl or a hiss, ever. Hmmm…I thought, feral, huh?​ After Watson settled in, he was fully vetted and the door was opened on his crate. He could now come out and meet everyone he had been looking at for awhile, or stay in his crate if he chose. The decision was his. He came out and within a week or so, became best buds with Bonzo – after all, they had a lot in common. These are 2 guys that most would’ve given up on and dismissed as unfriendly cats, without taking the time to get to know them. Soon, Watson began cleaning and grooming little Fisher, too, eating with him, sleeping with him, and bonding with him.​ Now the world seemed to shine down on these three friends and all was happy and good, but they still need to complete their story. This is where you come in.​ These 3 friends are not traditional lap cats. Bonzo and Watson can be pet but do not like to be picked up – that’s okay. They often look out the French doors from the playroom and let me know when I am late to give them their canned food breakfast. They rub up against my legs when I come into the room. They can be pet and love affection. They are sweet cats who deserved to live. Once in a quiet home, they will most-likely bloom with a person they can trust.​ We are introducing these 3 guys, who have been through so much, to be part of a family. A family that is loving and understanding and patient and lets them adapt into their new home with love and patience. And so….I introduce to you….Gar”Bonzo” and Watson and Fisher. Three friends together. All fully vetted and microchipped, looking to add another chapter to their success story. (A deep discount will apply when adopting.) Please share with friends and family! GoodMews22@aol.com show less

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Gar"Bonzo"

Domestic Shorthair

BFFs Fisher, Gar"Bonzo," & Watson - A Tale of 3 Friends​ Every week we get many requests for Fisher, an orange tabby that came to us... show more

BFFs Fisher, Gar"Bonzo," & Watson - A Tale of 3 Friends​ Every week we get many requests for Fisher, an orange tabby that came to us with his 5 siblings last summer. Fisher and his family were dumped at the dump and ended up at a high kill shelter – a double whammy. Forgotten Felines pulled Fisher and his siblings and all were adopted, except Fisher. “So…if you are getting a lot of calls for Fisher, what’s the problem?” you ask. Well…​ Fisher has always been a bit of a loner and always sat apart from his siblings. He never wanted to play with them, he seemed to be a thinker type kinda guy, quiet. He never seemed to have any self esteem or real identity. Last summer we got in an entire family of orange cats that set up “house” in an office parking lot, right on the side of I-29 – remember? Gar”Bonzo” was the dad of that litter. Bonzo is a large orange tabby with white paws with an easy-going personality, though he didn’t come to us that way, he is TOTALLY a smooshie-guy now.​ Bonzo took an interest in Fisher and cleaned him, slept with him, and even played with toys with him. Keep in mind, Bonzo never even knew what a toy was…but he did this for Fisher. He seemed to know what Fisher needed and saw the emptiness in him…and filled it. Bonzo let Fisher know that he was okay and everything was okay. He mentored him in a way. This big ol’ cat from the streets took Fisher under his wing and became a big part of Fisher’s life. “Okay then, so adopt them together.” Last summer I received a call from the high kill shelter to pull some cats bc they would be euthanized. We took in the cats and when I asked if there were any more that needed out, the reply was, “We have one, but he will be put down bc he is feral.” I said I would take him. (Lots of times cats are not feral, just terrified from being in a big, loud, scary shelter, wondering what their fate will be.) I was told, “No, you don’t want him. He really is feral. We will put him down.” “No I want him.” I replied. Thinking, even a barn home is better than death.​ Watson came to us the following day, a day before he was slated for death. This big gray and white guy just stayed in his carrier in the crate and I barely saw him for the first month he was with us. He came out of his carrier at night to eat and that was about it. Sometimes when I would come into the room late at night, I would see him lounging on top of his carrier and he would quickly run inside again, escaping interaction with me. I never heard a growl or a hiss, ever. Hmmm…I thought, feral, huh?​ After Watson settled in, he was fully vetted and the door was opened on his crate. He could now come out and meet everyone he had been looking at for awhile, or stay in his crate if he chose. The decision was his. He came out and within a week or so, became best buds with Bonzo – after all, they had a lot in common. These are 2 guys that most would’ve given up on and dismissed as unfriendly cats, without taking the time to get to know them. Soon, Watson began cleaning and grooming little Fisher, too, eating with him, sleeping with him, and bonding with him.​ Now the world seemed to shine down on these three friends and all was happy and good, but they still need to complete their story. This is where you come in.​ These 3 friends are not traditional lap cats. Bonzo and Watson can be pet but do not like to be picked up – that’s okay. They often look out the French doors from the playroom and let me know when I am late to give them their canned food breakfast. They rub up against my legs when I come into the room. They can be pet and love affection. They are sweet cats who deserved to live. Once in a quiet home, they will most-likely bloom with a person they can trust.​ We are introducing these 3 guys, who have been through so much, to be part of a family. A family that is loving and understanding and patient and lets them adapt into their new home with love and patience. And so….I introduce to you….Gar”Bonzo” and Watson and Fisher. Three friends together. All fully vetted and microchipped, looking to add another chapter to their success story. (A deep discount will apply when adopting.) Please share with friends and family! GoodMews22@aol.com show less