This month’s Adoptable Kittens from Paw Pals Animal Rescue:
Name: Qin Qin
Age: 4 months old
Health: Treated for fleas, worms, and vaccinated.
Ideal Home: Qin Qin is a lovely kitten with beautiful eye lines in her face and green eyes. Qin Qin is an ideal pet for a family eager to have a lively and playful kitten. We believe that, once adult, she will become a very glamorous lady cat.
Story: The rescuer found Qin Qin in a park. At that time, she was very hungry and followed the rescuer, so the rescuer took Qin Qin to the Vet hospital to have a medical check and found out that her nails were cut. Consequently, we knew that Qin Qin had a home, but somehow she was either abandoned or got lost. The good news is that the Vet told us Qin Qin is a very healthy kitten.
Currently, Qin Qin lives at the PPAR shelter and she has been vaccinated. Qin Qin, like all our rescued cats and kittens, wants and needs to have a permanent loving home, hopefully before the coming winter.
Adopting Qin Qin would be a rewarding experience for any animal lover. If you are willing to give Qin Qin a permanent caring home, please contact us.
Age: Approx. 5 months old
Age: Approx. 5 months old
Health: Vaccinated (first and second), de-wormed and deflead (Frontline)
Personality: She can be very shy and scared of new people at first, but later on she can turn into the most loveable and purrilicious kitten ever! Pepita is also very clean and lady-like: a total kitty princess! She is very friendly with other cats and enjoys playing “catch me if you can”!
Story (told by her rescuer): Pepita was abandoned in the garden of a factory (located just across where I live). The first time that I saw her she was eating crumbs that somebody had left for the birds. When I tried to approach her she run scared into the garden (which has a tall fence). I was worried that Pepita could be starving, and that she could get weak and sick because of it. Consequently, every night I was going to that garden, leaving kitten food and water for her.
At the beginning she was always running away when she saw me, but after feeding her every night for more than a month she finally started to trust me. When finally I gain her trust, and I was able to touch her and hold her, I decided that it was time to rescue her and take her to the Vet hospital.
On August 2nd I took Pepita to Petshome Veterinary Hospital where she was checked by Dr. Lo, receiving treatment for worms and fleas, and was declared a very healthy kitten. Nonetheless, Pepita stayed under observation for one week, just to make sure she had no underlying disease. After that time period she received her first vaccination, and some more time after that she got the second one.
For more information about how to be a volunteer or foster parent, and/or how to adopt a cat or kitten from PPAR, please contact Ms. Sophia Lin at [email protected]
You may also come to see more cats and kittens, from 13:00 pm to 17:00 pm, every weekend in the PPAR Shelter at Lane 555, Jinping Road, Minhang District, Shanghai. Phone: 021-5480-1699 (上海闵行区金平路555弄合生城邦一街坊，联系电话：021-5480-1699).
Paw Pals Animal Rescue (PPAR) is a non-profit animal rescue group founded in 2007 by several individual animal rescuers. Their main objective is to find loving homes for homeless cats. Go to:
http://www.lostlaowai.com/blog/general/in-shanghai-like-cats-these-folks-need-your-help/ to learn more.